Friday, March 5, 2021
Home Tags Crop estimates

Tag: Crop estimates

SA Table Grape Industry’s fourth crop estimate for the 2020/21 season

The South African Table Grape Industry (Sati) released the fourth crop estimate for the 2020/21 season. Intake volumes increased to between 67,2...

Critical data on agri to be released this week

The week ahead brings a flurry of critical data on the South African agricultural sector. The most notable release is the Quarterly...

SA summer crop data reaffirm positive outlook for 2020/21 season

The latest data in South Africa’s agricultural sector reinforce the view that the 2020/21 production season could potentially deliver one of the...

Record levels for nearly all 2020 winter cereal harvests

The Crop Estimates Committee (CEC) recently released the area estimate and sixth production forecast of winter crops for the 2020 production season.

Largest wheat crop in 18 years expected for 2020

The Crop Estimates Committee (CEC) recently released the area estimate and third production estimate of winter crops for 2020.

Intentions to plant summer crops 2021: 5% more maize expected

Producers’ intentions to plant summer crops are based on the results of a non-probability survey conducted by the Directorate: Statistics and Economic...

Normal table grape industry volumes expected for 2020/21 season

This article was originally published on Fresh Plaza. Click here to read the original article. The South African Table...

Namibia expects above-average table grape crop

The article ‘Namibia expects above-average table grape crop’ was originally published on Fresh Plaza. To read the original article, click here.

Outlook for the 2020/21 production season of summer crops

In just over two weeks the Crop Estimates Committee (CEC) will release data on South African producers’ intentions to plant summer crops...

Bullish grain supplies estimates will help tame food inflation

South Africa’s Crop Estimates Committee (CEC) has made a further upward adjustment to its 2019/20 crop estimates by raising the expected output by 1,8%...