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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
Editors Note  
Commercialisation is the word of the moment, with the announcement in April that the Land Bank has set a target of making available “at least” R1-billion in funding
21 Jun 2017 - G. P.
Editors Note Welcome to the first issue of Harvest SA for 2017
Life is full of surprises, not all of them pleasant. The biggest shock to the system came recently with the announcement that the dreaded Fall Armyworm had been discovered
15 Feb 2017
Common Ground Welcome to the final issue of Harvest SA for 2016.
What a year it has been! Not only is it the hottest year on record world-wide, but rainfall has reached its lowest levels since rainfall first began to be recorded in 1904. Given
07 Dec 2016 - G. P.
Waste not, want not Over 6 000 tonnes of food are wasted every year
Better planning is required to ensure food does not go to waste. If there is no choice in the matter, why not hand it to the needy?
11 Jun 2013
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