Harvest SA Magazine Issue 35 July / August 2018
Harvest SA’s readers are forward thinking, solution-driven, profit orientated and politically diverse. Our wide readership is a direct result of the magazine’s broad
19 Jul 2018
Editors Note  
About one thing there is no doubt: it takes a tremendous amount of guts to farm. Of course, it takes more than that—foresight, intelligence, knowledge, skill, diplomacy, and
19 Jul 2018
A Budding Revolution There is a budding revolution among South Africa’s cannabis growers
There is a budding revolution among South Africa’s cannabis growers and, ironically, it’s led by a man who would have voted himself “most unlikely to
10 Jul 2018
Technology To Change Farming 4IR To Change Farming As We Know It
An “Agri Renaissance” of higher yields, reduced costs and improved nutritional value of foods is possible for the Western Cape’s R50-billion agricultural economy
03 Jul 2018
From penury to prosperity Supporting African agriculture as a business
The President of the African Development Bank, Dr. Akinwumi Adesina has made a strong case for increased American and global investments to help unlock Africa’s Agriculture
13 Jun 2018
Agro processing and the fourth industrial revolution The 4th Industrial Revolution poses challenges and opportunities for agriculture and agro-processing
No commercial activity, and agriculture is no exception, can escape the implications of the 4th Industrial Revolution, the 21st century blending of the physical, digital and
13 Jun 2018
Getting smart about agriculture Enhancing productivity intelligently
The Internet of things offers enormous potential to farmers seeking to increase yields, reduce resource wastage and improve efficiencies. At present, there are over seven billion
13 Jun 2018
Farmers of the future Agriculture at the Intelligent Edge
Technology has disrupted every industry from transport to finance, and not always in a good way – witness the first fatality claimed by Uber’s driverless car this
13 Jun 2018
Piloting prosperity Food security through land care
A successful pilot project demonstrated climate smart urban farming’s potential to address the multiple challenges facing urban development in eThekwini Municipality,
13 Jun 2018


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