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Success stories Military vet becomes a Farmer of the Year
South Africa in the late 1980s was a powder-keg. A nationwide state-of-emergency was in place which increased the apartheid government’s already over-reaching powers to
13 Jun 2019
Anouk Sijmonsma explains what PMA Fresh Connections: Southern Africa is all about Anouk Sijmonsma is the Produce Marketing Association’s (PMA’s) regional vice president for Asia, Africa, Europe and Australia/New Zealand.
What does it take to succeed in the fresh produce industry today? I believe that the challenges and opportunities facing our industry worldwide are much too promising, or too
11 Jun 2019
Foods Can Be Addressed With State-Of-The-Art Technologies Aflatoxins in food and milk can seriously harm humans, animals, and corporate reputations.
Aflatoxins in food and milk can seriously harm humans, animals, and corporate reputations. But Nestlé Group in China and the longest-serving peanut-shelling plant in the
03 Jun 2019
Editor's Note Harvesting the dream
Welcome to the 40th issue of Harvest SA, South Africa’s magazine for everyone in agriculture. Although the land is often the site of terribly divisive polemics, it also has
30 May 2019
Foreword Towards a smarter, more efficient future
As a farmer, are you mechanically equipped for the future? Is conservation farming part of your vision? Better, faster and more accurate agricultural production in conjunction
30 May 2019 - W. H. / R. L. J.
The power of one Conservation agriculture Somewhere amid the chaos in Zimbabwe, a green patch of hope
Agriculture in Africa remains mired in controversy: large-scale commercial versus small-scale; genetically modified seed versus open-pollinated varieties; chemical fertilizers
30 May 2019 - G. H. / M. C. F.
Spreading the load To achieve food security, the agricultural risk model must be re-examined
In South Africa a plate of food is a given to many, but high unemployment and poverty rates mean that for some, it is a luxury they don’t receive each day. South
30 May 2019
Safe Harbours Seil-Safari creates new hope for agriculture
On Monday 1 April agricultural giant Laeveld Agrochem set sail for the second time on their world-first Seil-Safari, a luxury cruise from Durban to Mozambique, which marketing
30 May 2019
Animal Nutrition Game pellets ensure safe and correct supplementation through the year
The game farm industry in South Africa has shown dynamic growth over the past few decades, and there are currently more than 10 900 farms where game is farmed. The best economic
30 May 2019


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