Seeds Sample Clauses

Seeds. The Deliverables may contain seed names and addresses or phone numbers (“Seeds”) for control purposes. The Client acknowledges that these Seeds will not be made known to them. It shall constitute a material breach of the Agreement if the Company’s records indicate that any Seeds received any communications undertaken by or on behalf of the Client or with the Client’s consent or knowledge outside the Permitted Purposes.
Seeds. Seeds, within the meaning of this agreement, shall mean, dormant generative reproductive organs, such as seeds, fruits, pseudo-fruits, fruit clusters or parts thereof, as well as any vegetative plant organs from which whole plants can be generated – by whatever method –, as well as pollen, and all informational components therein, which have in each case been placed on the market under the terms and conditions con- tained in this licence or has been obtained from such seeds through propagation or has been enhanced.
Seeds. A key focus of the co-operation agreement is to jointly develop and commercialise cultivars that Agria, PGW, and their development partners have access to internationally. This would see the licence of intellectual property held by PGW licensed in China and Internationally, and at the same time give PGW access to Chinese intellectual property. Both PGW through its relationship with it development partners including: • Grasslands Innovations -(AgResearch JV Company) • INIA / Grasslands Innovations (Uruguay) • Noble Foundation — (US) • University of Georgia (US) • Endophyte Management (AgResearch — Collaboration Agreement) • Forage Innovations (Brassicas) — (Plant and Food JV Company) • Graminia JV Company -(MPBCRC — Australia) • Brazil — ENBRAPA • Uruguay — INIA • Argentina — University Buenos Aires / INTA • Nickersons (UKLimagrain GroupFrance) • PGWS has a large number of other collaborative agreements which cover: • Grass / Legumes /Barley /Wheat / Maize / Soya Beans / and a number of other species in the various markets in which PGWS have operating entities (Some of these relationships could be potentially introduced to China as appropriate) and Agria through its extensive relationship with the China National Academy of Agricultural Science (“CNAAS”) and in particular through Agria’s completion of its acquisition of a strategic shareholding of Beijing Zhong Zhong Seed Industry Co., Ltd. a Company partly owned by CNAAS to commercialise CNAAS Intellectual Property. Cooperation agreement 16th October 2009 Both parties agree to cooperate in the commercialisation of cultivars (that they have produced collaboratively or either party already has rights or access to, that the other party could commercialise) in the various markets where they either have existing distribution channels or access to new markets and territories. Cultivars will be made available on commercial terms that reflect the basis of the relative contribution each party has made in the overall supply chain. (refer commercialisation matrix below). Initially, access to Chinese market may be provided through Agria’s existing operations and later through joint ventures to be formed by the Parties pursuant to Clause 1. Both parties agree to expand CNAAS advanced technologies for development of seed cultivars in China and other territories. Agria will lead the initiative jointly with PGW in identification, development and application of such commercial opportunities. Four Parts to commercialis...
Seeds. (6) 5. Joint Declaration on national asylum policies The Contracting Parties shall draw up an inventory of national asylum policies with a view to the harmonisation thereof.
Seeds. Not having good seeds is also a problem for some to decisians on cultivating chili as some were unable to purchase hybrid seed varieties from the unit manager due to money shortages at the time the unit started issuing the seeds, Other considerations. Some farmers were interested in cultivating subsidiary crops in the same land such as green onion, vegetables for home consumption, in addition to chili, grown primarily for cash. Some farmers wanted to grow rice, in addition to their chili, as they believed buying rice was unbecoming of farmers. Land suitability is another reason farmers cannot make early crop decisions. When there is no farmers with fields having heavy soils cannot cultivate highland crops, They hoped to rent, out land or exchange land with farmers who have suitable for non-rice crops. Some farmers could not make decisions on crops as they hoped to give part of the land to their children and brothers who land to cultivate sample farmers, most grew chili as their primary crop and other non-rice crops as secondary crops. A majority (55% of the intensive sample and 65% of the extensive sample). cultivated more than one crop in their allotments (Table 14). lands confined, far as possible, to those having soils suitable for non-rice crops. during years when is practiced, farmers have likelihood of cultivating soils suitable €or non-rice crops, However, even during bethma years, temporary land trading takes place as seek the right soils for their preferred Through discussions with selected farmers from both intensive and extensive was learnt that most of the farmers had originally selected. chili as their main crop before starting the season. Due to a variety of reasons, including plant losses from heavy rain, scarcity of chili excess in some plots, finance problems, and illness, they to plant chili early enough to be certain of a full Instead, they were compelled to cultivate other crops.with shorter seasons lower input costs, such as green gram, onions, and vegetables. An factor for some farmers was that they needed to cultivate fast-growing crops to meet their daily expenses. Finally, generally prefer to grow crops with which they - some previous experience, Table 15 shows the cropping of selected farmers who were interviewed on their cropping history. The table covers four years (1983 1986) eight seasons.

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