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    JOINT NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY AGBIZ, SANSOR AND CROPLIFE SA

    Joint news release issued by Agbiz, Sansor and Croplife SA on the industry appeal lodged against South Africa’s regulatory approach to classify and regulate all new breeding techniques (NBTs) under the genetically modified organisms Act 15 of 1997. In October 2021, the National Department of Agriculture, Land Reform and Rural Development (DALRRD) announced that a […] More

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    Plants perform much better with mulch

    Better results can be expected if plants are well fed and protected from extreme temperatures. One of the ways to achieve this, is mulching. Mulching means placing organic or inorganic matter on the surface of vegetable beds and around fruit trees to maintain moisture in the soil. Using mulch is the best way to conserve […] More

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    K-Obiol insecticide treatment: better seed for a brighter future

    Insects can compromise the quality of grain which is why it is absolutely crucial that protective measures should be taken. K-Obiol is a synergised grain protectant for use on uninfested grain including cereal grains, malting barley, sorghum, rice and maize. It can be used on any type of storage, sealed or unsealed. It is suitable […] More

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    Plant DKC 80-23 new hybrid seed for a successful yield, and protect your harvested grain with quality protectant

    At Bayer, we know that the world of farming is ever-evolving. Fields change, weeds adapt, temperatures fluctuate. As they do, products need to change too. That’s why we place innovation at the centre of our business. To make your job easier from seed to harvest, our bioscientists and agronomists turn extensive field research into biotechnology […] More

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    SeedCo’s SC 647: Your seed choice for a 10 plus tonnes maize crop

    by Adrian Chibanga Maize continues to register itself as the world’s most coveted grain. The OECD/FAO Agriculture Outlook projected an increase in production of global maize to 1,2 billion metric tonness by 2027, representing a 121 million tonne jump in a 10-year projected period. The projections include a 16% increase in demand for maize consumed, […] More

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    Yara, a leader in plant nutrition, tailor-made for the Zambian farmer

    Written by Chrisna Heuer, Yara Marketing Manager for Southern Africa The President of the British Royal Academy, Sir William Crookes, warned that a lack of food security could pose a danger to England and other prosperous nations in the foreseeable future. His prediction in 1898 sent shockwaves through the science community. Admittedly, food shortages did […] More

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    Nuwe wapen vir die boer: Closer™ knikker skadelike insekte uit

    Dit is nie grappies om ’n nuwe insekdoder te registreer nie. Die wye verskeidenheid faktore, soos effektiwiteitsproewe in verskillende omgewingsomstandighede en toetse oor die uitwerking van die middel op die res van die ekosisteem, sorg dat ’n maatskappy en sy wetenskaplikes meer as dubbeld seker moet maak alles werk reg. Daarna moet die groot aantal […] More

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    Beheer swartvlek met RovicLeers se jongste navorsing

    Daar is niks wat ’n boer so beïndruk en oortuig soos wanneer uitstekende proefresultate prakties in die veld gedemonstreer word nie. Dit is hoekom RovicLeers deurlopend die geleentheid benut om hulle jongste navorsing en tegnologiese verbeteringe aan hulle werktuie op die manier bekend te stel. RovicLeers besef ook dat daar daadwerklik opgetree moet word om sitrusboere te bemagtig om die swartvlekswam, wat dreig om Suid-Afrika se grootste […] More

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    Sien is glo … en Monsanto wys

    Kennis is een van die belangrikste dinge waarmee vandag se boer toegerus moet wees om winsgewend en volhoubaar te boer. Dis hoekom boere Monsanto se onlangse boeredag by Endicott so waardevol gevind het. Hulle kon kennis maak met nuwe, gespesialiseerde kultivars waarmee hulle suksesvol kan boer, en kundiges het ’n wavrag waardevolle kennis oor landboupraktyke met hulle gedeel. More

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    Dow AgroSciences troef witluise met splinternuwe tegnologie

    Skadelike insekte is nou maar eenmaal nie gewillig om die stryd teen gewasboere gewonne te gee nie en hou chemiese maatskappy soos Dow AgroSciences deurlopend op hulle tone om in die weerstandwedloop nuwe middels op die mark te bring. Sap-suigende insekte soos bladspringers, plantluise, dopluise en witluise is tans besig om die bestaande middels op […] More

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    Syngenta lewer nou onkruiddoders vir Afrika

    As jy nie meer kan byhou met die aanvraag na jou produkte nie, moet jy vinnig spring om plan te maak. As jou produkte boonop tegnologies gevorderde gewasbeskerming vir boere bied, is dit voorwaar ’n bewys dat kommersiële, gesofistikeerde en hoogs gespesialiseerde landbou besig is om fluks te groei in Suider-Afrika. More

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