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A better crop drop by drop The benefits of drip irrigation in citrus
Due to the ongoing water shortage and the need for improved production, the use of drip irrigation in orchards is increasing at a rapid pace. Citrus crops can withstand drought
06 Mar 2019
Five questions you should be asking yourself Five questions you should be asking yourself as a water-savvy consumer when making purchasing decisions
In 2016, South Africa recorded its driest year ever. This led, unsurprisingly, to one of its most debilitating droughts. Although plentiful summer rains in much of the country
04 Sep 2017
STATEMENT: issued by the Water Justice Conference Water Justice for the Philippi Horticultural Area
We cannot sacrifice our source of water. Water is sacred. We have reduced it to acommodity, while in fact it is a sacred gift from God", the Archbishop of Cape Town,Thabo Makgoba
28 Mar 2017
Global faith-based conference calls for water justice issued by the Water Justice Conference held at St George’s Cathedral
A global conference on water justice, held at St George's Cathedral, Cape Town, from 23rd to 25th March 2017, has called on faith communities and governing authorities to work for
28 Mar 2017
Water Research Commission launches world’s first ’Mine Water Atlas’ Water Research Commission launches the world’s first ’mine water atlas’
The Water Research Commission (WRC) today set the trend as world leaders with the launch of the world’s first ’mine water atlas’ in partnership with consulting
24 Mar 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
Greens in High Demand Locals are in love with spinach
Touched by seeing children going to bed hungry and the people around her lacking sources of good nutrition, Marian Dube started growing and selling vegetables from her
01 Mar 2017
A Royal Example Thailand's agri-tourism projects have much to offer
In December last year, Harvest SA had the privilege of being invited by the Royal Thai Embassy on a tour of Thailand’s Samut Songkram Province and Nakhon Pathom Province,
01 Mar 2017 - G. P.
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
WORLD SOIL DAY 2016: “SOIL CRUSTING: POSSIBLY THE BIGGEST SOIL PROBLEM IN SOUTH AFRICA”
The 5th of December is World Soil Day. On this day the importance of soil as a critical component of the natural system and as a vital contributor to human well-being is
01 Dec 2016




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