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Morocco: Seed company beats shelf-life worries
According to Agrosem's Business Development Manager, Mohamed Itaki: “We developed Mexico 86 to deal with challenges we faced before with the other variety. This variety is resistant to leaf curl virus among other diseases. We are also able to maintain our supply chain as we have also been able to extend our season. We have been supplying to Russia which is a difficult market and one of our furthest destinations. So far, so good.”
Agrosem, also exports its tomatoes to Europe, with the UK and France topping the list. They plan to invest more resources in developing new and better varieties in future. "Developing new varieties isn't as easy as finding good varieties, it takes time but we have to keep going," he adds.
Established in 2007, this Moroccan seed company has been working with companies like Monsanto, Seminis and Yuksel Seeds. Agrosem has three stations in Agadir and all stations are composed of different commercial teams.
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