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"Stevva grows Stevia in Giannitsa, Greece, where the climate and soil conditions are ideal for cultivating this sweet plant. Stevia is grown best in environments with long days of sunshine. It is native to semi-humid, sub-tropical climates where temperatures typically range from -6°C to 43°C. While tolerant of mild frost, hard frosts will kill the roots of the plant. It is a perennial plant that can be harvested several times a year if grown in an optimal environment."
- "Generally, harvesting occurs twice, in mid to late October when plants are 40-60 cm in height and in July."
- "Irrigation is to be considered as complementary to rain." "An adequate water supply will avoid stress in the plants, which will result in less diseases and better biomass production."
- "If done with a machine, 3 or 4 workers are needed to plant 1 hectare per day."
- "Drying of the woody stems and soft green leaf material is completed immediately after harvesting utilizing a drying wagon or a kiln. Depending on weather conditions and density of loading, it generally takes 24 to 48 hours to dry Stevia at 40°C to 50°C. An estimated 21,500 kg/ha of green weight is dried down to 6,000 kg/ha of dry weight. Dry leaves are stored in plastic lined cardboard boxes, sealed, strapped and labeled for further processing."
- "Once Stevia leaves are picked, separated from their stems and dried on the farm, they are shipped to the refinery. After being refined, the final product is distributed".
- "In addition to increasing its production of Stevia, Stevva plans to broaden its scope and market reach by introducing other crops that are in high demand for additional profit growth and risk mitigation purposes such as quinoa and chia seeds."

Ultimately, the company has plans to integrate vertically to convert the dry leaves into the final product that can be directly sold to companies such as Coca-Cola and Nestle for use.

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STVA News: Notification That Annual Report Will Be Submitted Late (nt 10-k) 09/28/2017 02:29:29 PM
STVA News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 08/17/2017 06:02:15 AM
STVA News: Quarterly Report (10-q) 07/31/2017 01:55:45 PM
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#669  Sticky Note STVA NOW SHOWN ON GREY MARKET AT OTCM. lucky,mydog 10/10/17 10:40:24 AM
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#363  Sticky Note People need to realize the 45M is for wcrash655 09/27/17 08:06:17 PM
#771   Im definitely digging your point if view. I Qualityler21 10/22/17 09:27:51 PM
#770   Basically everything in bold-faced encompasses nearly 100% of Smilin_B 10/22/17 05:58:07 PM
#769   The Commission temporarily suspended trading in the securities lucky,mydog 10/22/17 05:29:36 PM
#768   You guys are all talking as if STVA Smilin_B 10/22/17 05:24:29 PM
#767   Short sellers eventually need to buy back your moneybooming 10/22/17 03:41:00 PM
#766   Ouch QServus 10/21/17 10:59:30 PM
#765   I have a stock that I bought was bikerbrian 10/21/17 06:27:38 PM
#764   I sure hope so Qualityler21 10/21/17 01:42:10 PM
#763   odds are very high it will trade again. andrius 10/20/17 09:31:32 PM
#761   i don't know of any stocks that have lucky,mydog 10/20/17 04:47:22 PM
#760   I think i read somewhere that of the Qualityler21 10/20/17 04:41:06 PM
#759   i think it will trade. once the first lucky,mydog 10/20/17 04:38:12 PM
#758   That seems pretty reasonable. What would you say Qualityler21 10/20/17 04:33:25 PM
#757   two reasons. 1) that's where some of the lucky,mydog 10/20/17 04:31:26 PM
#756   Oh i see. May i ask why out Qualityler21 10/20/17 04:27:03 PM
#755   no, i just follow suspensions. lucky,mydog 10/20/17 04:22:07 PM
#754   I just want a chunk of my money Qualityler21 10/20/17 04:21:16 PM
#753   another thinly traded issue that can be looked lucky,mydog 10/20/17 04:19:40 PM
#752   Im trying to comfort myself here but rntm Qualityler21 10/20/17 04:15:01 PM
#751   rmtn came off suspension on 10/2/17. it hasn't lucky,mydog 10/20/17 04:01:18 PM
#750   Still no trades today? What are people selling at? pugs911 10/20/17 03:16:30 PM
#749   Put it this way. You could be andrius 10/20/17 01:58:44 PM
#748   So do you have a source or reference andrius 10/20/17 01:44:42 PM
#747   Ok thinkorswim allows you to close trades on Qualityler21 10/20/17 01:26:08 PM
#746   why would it say they don't share data andrius 10/20/17 01:20:52 PM
#745   no market makers share data lucky,mydog 10/20/17 01:14:35 PM
#744   Unlike other financial markets, andrius 10/20/17 01:12:30 PM
#743   And your source for this is? andrius 10/20/17 01:07:51 PM
#742   ECNs and MMs match orders. lucky,mydog 10/20/17 01:03:51 PM
#741   Broker is simply a middle man that takes andrius 10/20/17 01:03:01 PM
#739   Now rejected wtf Qualityler21 10/20/17 12:58:05 PM
#738   Uhmm market makers do facilitate trades on grey lucky,mydog 10/20/17 12:56:34 PM
#737   My test order is being accepted now but Qualityler21 10/20/17 12:55:35 PM
#736   Yeah it is basic stuff. You can't andrius 10/20/17 12:54:59 PM
#735   Uhmm market makers do facilitate trades on grey andrius 10/20/17 12:54:16 PM
#734   Thanks, only a very small position so the jackharry 10/20/17 12:51:21 PM
#733   at 9.28 this morning and got a message lucky,mydog 10/20/17 12:48:50 PM
#732   nonsense. brokers can refuse to buy but they lucky,mydog 10/20/17 12:46:55 PM
#731   "are they taking your order?" andrius 10/20/17 12:45:58 PM
#730   I attempted to place an order with Charles jackharry 10/20/17 12:45:50 PM
#729   don't you think market maker needs to accept andrius 10/20/17 12:45:12 PM
#728   Market Makers cant facilitate trades on the grey market. lucky,mydog 10/20/17 12:41:28 PM
#727   Good weekend to you too. No relaxing andrius 10/20/17 12:39:13 PM
#726   They are not refusing to sell them. lucky,mydog 10/20/17 12:38:59 PM
#725   Market Makers cant facilitate trades on the grey pugs911 10/20/17 12:38:39 PM
#724   market makers don't accept orders, brokers do. mm's lucky,mydog 10/20/17 12:37:46 PM
#723   That is fairly obvious given no market makers andrius 10/20/17 12:36:05 PM
#722   very weird. but again, the suspension is over. lucky,mydog 10/20/17 12:35:36 PM
#721   Hopefully you have a relaxing weekend. I integral 10/20/17 12:35:01 PM
#720   They are not refusing to sell them. Its andrius 10/20/17 12:34:08 PM