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Cape Town’s port problems cause citrus exports to be redirected

This article was originally published on Fruitnet. Click here to read the original article. The recent announcement that shipping...

More citrus exported to EU due to pandemic

This article was originally published on Fresh Plaza. Click here to read the original article FruitOne is shipping the last of its...

Excellent soft citrus and navel crops amid uncertainties

This article was originally published on Fresh Plaza. Click here to read the original article. At the Sundays River Citrus Company, apart...

SA citrus growers should monitor for Asian greening disease

This article was originally published on FreshPlaza. Click here to read the original article. Huanglongbing (HLB), or Asian...

Citrus sales still booming amid coronavirus

This article was originally published on Fruitnet. Click here to read the original article. Citrus and citrus product sales...

Increased global demand for citrus bodes well for the 2020 export...

As South Africa moves into its fourth week of a national lockdown, the citrus industry continues to focus on ensuring consumers have access to...

Cross-border fruit trade affected by coronavirus lockdown

This article was originally published on FreshPlaza. Click on this link to read the original article. Gauteng’s fresh produce markets, particularly Johannesburg and...

Phase 4 load shedding hinders agricultural production

The last few days of phase 4 load shedding came in a critical production period for the Western Cape’s agricultural sector. Jannie Strydom, CEO of...

Transforming SA’s agricultural sector through CHANGE

A transformative and replicable broad-based initiative within the agricultural sector has recently come on-stream via the conclusion of a transaction between citrus...

Wind in the Cape reduces soft citrus packouts

The soft citrus season is busy catching up on an initial slow start due to delayed colouring in many areas. With some...