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Strategic partnership to increase table grape exports to China

Over the past two weeks, Western Cape table grape producers have started harvesting. These grapes are to be marketed under the South...

Heavy rain damages Orange River grape crop

This article was originally published on Fresh Plaza. Read the original article here. Heavy rainfall in the Northern Cape...

Danie Bester is the TLU SA Young Farmer of the Year...

Danie Bester from Balfour in Mpumalanga is the winner of the TLU SA Young Farmer of the Year Competition 2020 in collaboration...

TLU SA announces finalists for SA Young Farmer of the Year...

TLU SA announced the top three finalists in the TLU SA Young Farmer of the Year Competition 2020. The winner will be...

SA deciduous fruit industry opens tissue culture facility

This article was originally published by Fruitnet. Click here to read the original article. South Africa’s table grape, raisin,...

ARC scoops fruit industry award for research and technology

The Agricultural Research Council (ARC) is proud to announce that Phyllis Burger and Andries Daniels from ARC Infruitec-Nietvoorbij received the deciduous fruit...

ARC Infruitec-Nietvoorbij donates grapes to beat hunger during COVID-19

ARC Infruitec-Nietvoorbij, a member of the Crop Sciences Cluster of the Agricultural Research Council (ARC), has donated 100 cartons of grapes to...

South African Wine Harvest Report 2020: Great season, remarkable wines

South Africa’s 2020 wine grape crop will bring exceptional wines to consumers, following favourable conditions throughout the season. This is according to...

First ever South African bred raisin cultivar launched

The Agricultural Research Council (ARC) of South Africa, together with Raisins SA and Culdevco Pty Ltd, hosted a cultivar information day at Carpe Diem...

#AgriMarkets: Understanding SA’s agricultural trade patterns

Understanding agricultural trade patterns is a key facet of sound decision-making within the sector. After reaching a record level of $10,6 billion...