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Editor's Note  
It is the best of times, it is the worst of times. The worst is that images of forests burning around the globe are waking the world up not only to the clear and present danger
18 Oct 2019
Editor's Note Mentoring brings transformation
Consensus is beginning to emerge that for transformation in the agricultural sector to succeed, emerging farmers must be fast-tracked into commercial farmers and provided with the
02 Aug 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
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.
Editor's Note Agriculture 4.0
Data and tenure are the topics of the day in agricultural circles. Agriculture 4.0, which is slowly but surely taking the world by storm, is driven by (big) data harvested by
28 Nov 2018
Editor's Note Farmers are doing it for themselves
Spring ushered in the hope of unity among South African farmers, with the signing by the presidents of four organised agriculture bodies of a statement of intent on 2 September.
17 Sep 2018 - g. p.
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
Editor's Note  
It feels as though the agricultural sector is on the brink of tremendous change, which is reflected by numerous articles within this NAMPO issue of Harvest SA. Of course, change
15 May 2018 - G. P.
Editor's Note Harvest SA issue 33
To say that the topic of land reform gets people hot under the collar would be the understatement of the century. Add “expropriation without compensation” to the mix
05 Apr 2018 - G. P.
Editor's Note  
Land and water are fundamental to agriculture. It’s easy to agree that farming without them is almost unimaginable. At the same time, land and water have become extremely
15 Feb 2018
Editor's Note Greg Penfold
Businesses are waking up to the opportunities of a rapidly growing food market in Africa, which may be worth more than that may be worth more than R15 trillion each year by 2030.
14 Sep 2017
Editors Note  
DDT is among the more controversial chemicals out there. Developed during World War 2 to combat malaria, typhus and bubonic plague, it was also widely used as an
10 Aug 2017
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