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End-to-end irrigation Cherry Irrigation is a leading irrigation business specialising in the design and implementation of all types of agricultural irrigation systems.
We are an authority on the design and installation of irrigation and climate control systems for the greenhouse market. Based in the Western Cape of South Africa, we proudly serve
14 Jan 2019
Partners in packing The advantages of a turn-key solution
Harvesting is only the beginning of fruit’s journey from tree to plate. To ensure quality, it is vital to have the right systems in place, especially when it comes to
19 Jul 2018
Oil Change Don’t let used oil pollute water and soil
With farms covering extensive areas of South Africa, this sector has the largest impact on our natural habitat. It is estimated that South Africa generates an average of 120
13 Dec 2017
Study set to assess agricultural potential of the Philippi Horticultural Area A comprehensive study to assess the agricultural potential of the Philippi Horticultural Area is set to commence soon.
The Western Cape Department of Agriculture, through its implementing agent, Casidra, had called for bidders to put proposals on the table to develop a plan to map, secure and grow
22 Jun 2017
Improving the quality of life Fertilizers represent one of the keys for sustainable crop production
Sustainable development as defined by the International Fertilizer Association (IFA) is the practice of managing natural resources and human activities so that present and future
21 Jun 2017
Our Living Soil Soil is at the bottom of the food chain, yet it is the cornerstone of life on Earth
Soil is linked to everything around us. It is Earth’s only non-renewable resource, and with a natural formation rate of approximately 6-8 cm of fertile soil over a period of
01 Mar 2017
Interview with Dr Guy Preston
Dr Guy Preston - Deputy Director General Environmental Programmes, Department of Environmental Affairs, was appointed to his current position in August 2002.
26 Nov 2015
Learning to do more with less SA business can no longer to ignore sustainability measures
Climate change is no longer conjecture but a measureable reality and South Africa, along with other developing countries, is especially vulnerable to its impacts.
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