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The Water Show Africa 2019 It's that time of year to pen The Water Show Africa in your diary for the 26-27 March 2019!
Register here for your FREE ticket to discover the latest innovations from leading water solution providers, attend the two-day free seminar by world-class speakers, the Startup
07 Mar 2019
Citrus PLUS Excellent response documented with the use of Potassium Nitrate
Citrus trees are high feeders of both nitrogen (N) and potassium (K), with K being taken up in the largest quantity. What citrus growers strive to achieve are yield increases from
06 Mar 2019
A better crop drop by drop The benefits of drip irrigation in citrus
Due to the ongoing water shortage and the need for improved production, the use of drip irrigation in orchards is increasing at a rapid pace. Citrus crops can withstand drought
06 Mar 2019
At the point of sale Citrus packaging for the 21st century
A manufacturer of advanced products since its inception in Spain in 1953, Daumar is a vertically integrated company that makes machines that are used in many phases of produce
06 Mar 2019
The famished road Nutrition in the Southern African context
There are serious nutritional challenges in South Africa: huge increases in obesity, problems contingent with changes in diet as rural people move to cities, and early childhood
06 Mar 2019
Strengthening the rural economy Agritourism initiatives deserve the support of all South Africans
Aslightly warped view of the life of a farmer and those who live in rural areas exists in South Africa largely because communication has often been one-sided, reflecting the views
06 Mar 2019
Editor's Note  
Welcome to the first issue of Harvest SA for 2019. It seems that time moves at a different speed nowadays: barely has one adjusted to the latest baffling revelation in the news
19 Feb 2019 - G. P.
Farming to the fore Agribusiness drives investment in developing economies
More than 640 high-level international delegates attended the African Agri Investment Indaba, incorporating the Agri Trade Congress Africa, which was held 27-28 November 2018 at
19 Feb 2019
Criteria for control Stewardship is vital for the sustainable use of agrochemical products
Crop protection products (CPPs) generally refer to the group of agricultural chemicals called herbicides, fungicides, insecticides, and nematicides. These are biologically active
19 Feb 2019


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