Brassica (the short name of the Brassicaceae family) is a collection of crops that initially originated in moderate climate zones, but through breeding and selection, can now be grown in a wide range of climates.
Hazera participated for the first time in Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference held in Savannah, USA
The Southeast Regional Fruit and Vegetable Conference is the largest educational conference and trade show in the southeastern US, bringing together growers, vendors and suppliers.
With the end of the year approaching it’s nice to look back, in this case – our fruitful Int. Open Days 2018!
Open Days 2018-Video Summery
Hazera; committed to constantly improving its radish varieties
Radishes of many different types, such as round red radishes, French Breakfast and Daikon types, are consumed all over the world.
Hazera’s New Tomato Collection for the US market – with full resistance packages
This new variety offers some unique features for growers and consumers!
Esteban Temporini – the new General Manager of Hazera USA
We are pleased to announce that Esteban Temporini has recently been appointed as General Manager of Hazera USA.
Mini seedless watermelons
A winning selection of various sizes and texture to meet customer requirements and diverse growing conditions
Aadaptable and multi disease resistant variety with exceptional yield potential. The attractive dark red fruit is wonderfully sweet with high brix and superb eating quality.
Who We Are
Hazera Seeds of Growth is a global leader in the seed industry. Hazera brings expertise commitment and support, combining decades of experience with state-of-the-art technology. Hazera breeds, develops, produces and markets varieties and seeds in a wide range of vegetable crops around the world…. Read more
Hazera’s breeders and scientists are determined to deliver to its customers world-wide tailored varieties with an innovative set of traits by combining decades of experience in breeding with cutting-edge technology. Hazera promotes this innovation process by reinvesting >20% of its revenues in R&D. Meeting the future challenges of growers, plant raisers, retailers, processors and consumers requires foresight. Read more
Hazera seeds Brassica (the short name of the Brassicaceae family) is a collection of crops that initially originated in moderate climate zones, but through breeding and selection, can now be