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Clean Seed Featured On

With Clean Seed consistently delivering on various company milestones, it is no surprise that it continues to attract media coverage and develop a following in the agricultural space.
 
The latest media coverage involves being featured in yesterday’s The Energy Report, a well respected and established financial publication that normally focuses on fossil fuel and renewable and alternative energies, with a subscriber base of 30,000+ consisting of retail and high net worth individuals and 75,000+ US brokers.
In the article titled “Winning The Hunger Games: Tom Wallace on How To Choose Successful Agriculture Investments”,  Tom Armistead interviewed Tom Wallace, founder and editor of the AgLetter, an agricultural investment newsletter that provides investors with detailed research and analysis on companies within the agricultural sphere, ranging from machinery manufacturers to agri-mineral mining companies.
In this interview, Mr. Wallace acknowledged the difference that exists in the fundamentals that support the growth in agricultural commodities and those in other commodities (i.e. precious metals).  He also talked about the inherent risks associated in agriculture investing and how investors hedge their risk.
 
In terms of hedging risks, Mr. Wallace shared his insights on three companies that he favours in the ag space - they are also featured in The AgLetter portfolio.  The companies he mentioned are:
 
  • Focus Ventures (TSX.V: FCV)
  • Clean Seed Capital Group (TSX.V: CSX)
  • DuSolo Fertilizers (TSX.V: DSF)
Here’s a recap of Mr. Wallace’s interview as he discusses the investment merits of Clean Seed:
 
TER: What brings Clean Seed Capital to the top of your list?

TW: Clean Seed Capital has developed a revolutionary no-till seeding machine. It has put together and patented a machine that I think will have the same effect on the agricultural machinery market as the iPhone had on the cell phone market.
CX-6 SMART Seeder during seeding operations in Saskatchewan
Current seeding machines are using technology that is 30 years old. The technology is way past its use-by date, and it's not very precise. The CX6 SMART Seeder that Clean Seed has developed is essentially a laser printer. It sows seeds with amazing precision. It's the way of the future, because as we lose more and more agricultural land, we have to make more efficient use of the land base that is left. I would encourage everybody to get on YouTube (see link below) and have a look at the CX-6 seeder. It's amazing technology.
The company is going into production with the CX-6, and has distribution and manufacturing agreements in place. It's my personal opinion that Clean Seed Capital will be bought out by one of the giants or, at the bare minimum, some sort of royalty deal will be done. But at around $0.47/share, it's money for jam [an easy way to make money].
To view the complete article on The Energy Report - click here.   
 
To view the original article on Clean Seed by the AgLetter -  click here.

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