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Little rain cause challenging circumstances for winter grain

Grain producers in the Western Cape suffered damage due to unnaturally dry weather conditions this year. The season kicked off well but...

#AgriMarkets: Africa is a vital market for SA agriculture

In the note of 5 August 2019 we sketched the importance of the recently signed African Continental Free Trade Agreement to South...

#AgriMarkets: SA agricultural trade surplus expands

If we do not write about South Africa’s first quarter of 2019 agricultural trade figures, one would assume that there have been...

#AgriMarkets: SA to benefit from increased global grain supplies

As the 2019/20 production season begins in a number of countries in the northern hemisphere, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)...

#AgriMarkets: Winter crops will benefit from positive weather

The Western Cape is the leading producer of South Africa’s winter crops, which are wheat, barley and canola. It is also in...

#AgriMarkets: Chinese potential for SA avocado exports

Not many agricultural subsectors are testimony to the export-led growth ambitions, of the South African government, as avocados.  Between the 1994/1995 and...

Grain sorghum lines still integral to Pannar

As part of managing Pannar’s sustainable business strategy, the company continues to refine and invest across its global network to sharpen focus on priority markets and crops. This helps the business drive targeted...

Afgri platform to grow grain storage capacity

Afgri Group Holdings (AGH) recently announced the creation of a strategic grain storage platform vehicle, in collaboration with a consortium of leading South African...

#AgriMarkets: Good winter harvest expected

In about a month’s time, South African farmers will start land preparation for winter crop plantings in the Western Cape as the...

#AgriMarkets: Global food prices could remain stable

The recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) provides further evidence that the...