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Above-normal rainfall might boost 2020/21 production season

The most crucial time for South Africa’s summer crop and some horticultural products, and by extension, the livestock sector, is between October...

Great yields expected for SA’s 2020/21 summer and winter crops

The high-frequency data regarding South Africa’s 2020/21 summer and winter crop season continues to paint a positive picture. The summer-crop-growing areas are...

Agbiz Grain gesels mikotoksien-ontledings

Die Suid-Afrikaanse Graanlaboratorium se kwaliteitsverslae vir mielies en koring is onlangs gepubliseer. Dit sluit mikotoksien-ontledings in, een van die belangrikste ontledings wat...

Agbiz condemns crime in South African rural communities

“Agbiz is alarmed at the high incidence of crime in South Africa, particularly in the rural communities where food producers and many...

Will the release of state land improve SA’s agricultural output?

In the past we argued that the growth of South Africa’s agricultural fortunes and job creation would partly depend on the expansion...

Selfregulering bevorder mededingendheid in die graan- en oliesadewaardeketting

Die konsep van bankwese het sy oorsprong uit ’n suksesvolle landbousektor in die antieke Assirië. Handelaars het graan as kollateraal binne ’n...

Favourable weather may boost summer planting season

South Africa’s 2020/21 summer grain and oilseeds planting season should begin in areas with favourable weather and sufficient soil moisture soon. This...

RSG Landbou: 17 Sep 2020 – aan jou gebring deur Bona...

In Donderdag se aflewering van RSG Landbou, fokus ons op varkproduksie en -voeding. Mashilo Phosa van Chemunique praat onder andere oor die...

#Agrimarkets: A positive outlook for global grain and oilseeds

Over the past few days, we have reflected on the 2020/21 global grain and oilseeds production estimates from the International Grain Council...

SA agriculture sector performance in Q2 of 2020

South Africa’s agriculture sector had a solid start to the year with first-quarter gross value-added growing by 27,8% quarter-on-quarter (q/q) on a...