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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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#834   I am asking myself the very same question. Sim Architect 01/31/19 10:58:00 AM
#833   Is this done trading or what bushman23 01/08/19 12:38:56 AM
#832   UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Before the Smilin_B 03/21/18 03:21:08 AM
#831   Yes KelliBlue 03/12/18 02:54:23 PM
#830   Is this still in the grays? Harry456 03/12/18 01:00:19 PM
#829   I see STVA traded friday? Smilin_B 01/20/18 03:40:49 PM
#828   Not just the SEC.....I think FINRA and even Zardiw 01/11/18 09:17:56 PM
#827   Means you need a new hobby....lol.....et z Zardiw 01/11/18 09:17:14 PM
#826   Irrelevant. Once Grey they're DOA. Unless they come Zardiw 01/11/18 09:16:03 PM
#825   I don't see any reason for STVA to lukin4winners 01/11/18 05:01:44 PM
#824   I noticed that the price was up higher lukin4winners 01/11/18 05:00:23 PM
#823   What does your post even mean? Smilin_B 01/11/18 04:28:47 PM
#822   Nice uptick but apparently still not trading .0039 lukin4winners 01/11/18 03:03:07 PM
#821   Looks similar to STEV PeeWeePenny 12/24/17 10:48:13 AM
#820   Tax loss turned out to be a silver lining KelliBlue 12/19/17 10:15:22 AM
#819   STVA to the moon... bushman23 11/30/17 01:45:35 PM
#818   It often does, the SoL accrues. If integral 10/30/17 04:23:59 PM
#817   SEC investigation continues. Suspension was to protect investors PRmaniac 10/27/17 09:19:05 AM
#816   Wtf this thing bounced quick? kayoboi 10/23/17 11:27:33 PM
#815   did you get most of it out .012-.015 today? andrius 10/23/17 04:03:11 PM
#814   To the moon? ?? Qualityler21 10/23/17 03:34:34 PM
#813   lolol. that is complete and total nonsense. the lucky,mydog 10/23/17 02:34:18 PM
#811   "The Commission temporarily suspended trading in the securities Smilin_B 10/23/17 02:14:51 PM
#810   Look at the range today .0001 to .04 lukin4winners 10/23/17 02:14:45 PM
#809   The company itself has to satisfy claims made lucky,mydog 10/23/17 01:35:00 PM
#808   The sec is in ongoing (confidential) talks with lucky,mydog 10/23/17 01:31:31 PM
#807   You can sell for an easy double Nice job Smilin_B 10/23/17 01:29:48 PM
#803   better than nothing hope you can make a saj 10/23/17 12:56:38 PM
#802   >price is now 0.016 pugs911 10/23/17 12:50:06 PM
#801   I didn't get the .0001s but did get andrius 10/23/17 12:46:09 PM
#800   At least you filled my order was at .0002 saj 10/23/17 12:41:55 PM
#799   it already went .0001. sorry you missed andrius 10/23/17 12:39:00 PM
#798   SEC just doesn't just wake up one day QServus 10/23/17 12:36:44 PM
#797   What facts do you have to support your Smilin_B 10/23/17 12:34:20 PM
#796   It's not. This co. is a scam QServus 10/23/17 12:25:11 PM
#795   Why would you say that stevia cultivation is worthless? Qualityler21 10/23/17 12:24:48 PM
#794   Why should it? This pos is worthless QServus 10/23/17 12:18:20 PM
#793   Yeah that's possible unless it changes. I don't lukin4winners 10/23/17 11:45:28 AM
#792   eventually, yeah. but it seems to be trending pugs911 10/23/17 11:39:00 AM
#791   that is a glitch in the ihu data lucky,mydog 10/23/17 11:38:32 AM
#790   Going to .0001 amc 10/23/17 11:37:28 AM
#789   Thats what I was thinking. But my ask pugs911 10/23/17 11:37:05 AM
#788   Not on ETRADE but notice IHUB has .095 lukin4winners 10/23/17 11:31:45 AM
#787   Nothing such on iHub. Just leftovers from pre suspension Axel 10/23/17 11:25:31 AM
#786   You cant see the bids or asks but Qualityler21 10/23/17 11:17:05 AM
#785   In all my research into the grey market, pugs911 10/23/17 11:16:04 AM
#784   I see .015 filled should hit .02-.04+ eventually soon. lukin4winners 10/23/17 11:15:11 AM
#783   filled those buys .0012. too small though. andrius 10/23/17 11:12:09 AM
#782   Hold those shares tight. Lets see some 10 Qualityler21 10/23/17 11:00:24 AM
#781   Few buys and it could the way greys trade. lukin4winners 10/23/17 10:45:39 AM