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Renewable energy Wind turbines are set to be transported to Jeffreys Bay wind farm
Jeffreys Bay Wind Farm, one of the largest wind farms in South Africa, began transporting wind turbines from the Port of Ngqura to the wind farm site yesterday
23 Jul 2013 - T. M.
Seeds and feeds The importance of planting lucerne
Whilst the present global shortage of lucerne is a reality a number of questions are being raised as to why to plant lucerne, how to plant it and where to get the seed.
09 Jul 2013 - A. S.
Mining versus agriculture These two industries in Mpumalanga are at war
Mining and agriculture, two major economic contributors in Mpumalanga are fighting for their right to remain in position, even though both impact negatively on the other's function in terms of how each use land
28 May 2013
A nation prepared: adapting to climate change What is SA’s plan of action?
Concerns about climate change have heightened the importance of how industries adapt their core functions
19 Feb 2013 - G. B.
Farming in Tanzania Tanzania takes aggressive stance in securing food for its people
While agriculture is at the root of Tanzania’s economy, food shortage is still of great concern in the country – forcing its government to take aggressive action
14 Feb 2013 - T. S.
New book release A boon to established growers and new entrants to the fynbos industry
Well-known fynbos consultant Dr Gerhard Malan has released a book titled: "Protea Cultivation: From Concept to Carton", which is seen as one of the most important documents presented to the fynbos industry.
17 Jan 2013 - P. P. O. S.
Let it rain Parched lands receive rain, and it's time to make hay while the sun shines
Decent rain and changing farming practices bring cautious relief for hunger-stricken East Africa
03 Dec 2012 - M. M.
The lay of the land The issues around land and law
With an increase in population natural resources are needed much more as is the expansive use of land – an issue that farmers are considering.
14 Nov 2012 - L. H. I. / M. J.
Africa’s vacant croplands a challenge The experts say we're heading in the right direction
It is estimated that over 60% of the world’s available and unexploited cropland is in sub-Saharan Africa – the big question is: Can small-scale farmers can play a central role in boosting African agricultural output?
18 Sep 2012
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