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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
Food Security Small-scale farming is a must for developing countries
Industrial agriculture—farming that involves the intensive production of livestock, poultry, fish and crops—is one of the most environmentally destructive forms of
18 Oct 2018
African Green Revolution Forum (AGRF) 2017 AGCO leads new project to determine sustainable business models for smallholders and farm service centres
“The transformation of on-farm mechanisation can make a major contribution to improving rural livelihoods by boosting productivity and growth in rural incomes and making
18 Sep 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.
Joining Forces on the African Continent Sackett-Waconia and Bagtech International to Join Forces on the African Continent
Sackett-Waconia, USA and Bagtech International, South Africa have reached an agreement to be partners on the African Continent to offer a wide range of products and services for
23 May 2017
School in Mamelodi plants 30 fruit and indigenous shade trees for International Day of Forests Konica Minolta SA supports International Day of Forests with Mamelodi tree planting
Konica Minolta South Africa, a division of Bidvest Office (Pty) Ltd, joined forces with CSI partner, Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA) to celebrate the United Nations’ (UN)
28 Mar 2017
TruCapeFruit saves water and increases productivity with new packhouse Water saving key among latest packhouse tech.
To better manage the increasing volume of fruit from growers in the Elgin, Grabouw, Villiersdorp, Vyeboom and Greyton valleys Two-a-Day, one of the shareholders of Tru-Cape Fruit
28 Mar 2017
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
Thinking strategically Sustainability is everyone's business
Agriculture in South Africa is of national importance because it provides food and fibre to the population and is of strategic importance to ensure that we are not overly
17 Jan 2017
Monitoring The Trade in Medicinal Plants The trade in medicinal plants is a complex, worldwide issue. An estimated 50 000 to 70 000 medicinal and aromatic species are harvested from the wild, according to Traffic
The international wildlife trade monitoring network. It placed the annual global export value of pharmaceutical plants alone at more than $2.2-billion in 2011.
05 Oct 2016 - D. o. E. A.




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