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    The emerging farmer is the future of agriculture in Africa. This is evident in the fact that the emerging farmers and small-scale farmers represent the largest segment in the African agricultural industry. These young people have a passion for agriculture and an entrepreneurial spirit that drives them. Like any other business, they have to start […] More

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    The new growing season for farmers in Zambia also heralds in a new era of promised growth for the whole country. ProAgri Zambia joins the agricultural industry in congratulating His Honourable Mr Hakainde Hichilema on his election as President. Who better to lead the country and the industry than a person who refers to himself […] More

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    Seasons are changing, which means that farmers are now changing gears from harvesting to preparation for planting. Whether you farm with grain, fruit, or tobacco, a new season always means that there is something new that requires your attention. New seasons bring new phases in the production cycle. This is part of the reason why […] More

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    Every farmer wants his farming business to expand. Whether you are a small-scale farmer that only has time to farm over weekends or a commercial farmer who produces and sells his goods on the market does not matter. The goal is always growth, progress, and expansion. But not all growth is positive. Sometimes farmers can […] More

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    Nampo is cancelled for 2021. The annual agricultural show that saw thousands of visitors’ flock to the small South African town of Bothaville has once again been thwarted by the pandemic’s measures. Suppliers would have ensured that they have enough stock to sell during Nampo, but now there are loads of capital locked up in […] More

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    Letter from the Editor We are firmly in the grips of winter. Some regions might experience more severe cold fronts than others, but climatologists expect a very cold winter.Certain stereotypes immediately come to mind when one thinks of the winter months. For most people it is the time for thick blankets and warm meals. For […] More

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    Major disruptions were caused by COVID-19 and the subsequentrestrictions, especially the restrictions on mass gatherings that includeagricultural shows, like the Agritech Show that was cancelled again this year. Good news is that although Agritech has been postponed, you may still visit many of the exhibitors between our pages. Farmers are used to attending an expo, […] More

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    Every dark cloud has a silver lining. Even during times as dark as the recent months of isolation, social distancing and various degrees of lockdown, there are still some positive effects that came as a result of human resilience. During the pandemic, and as part of the restrictions imposed by government, the agricultural industry missed […] More

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    It is time to say farewell to a magnificent and trendsetting media company. I am leaving ProAgri to start at an online news platform in South Africa, who is launching an agricultural section. The past five and a half years as the editor of ProAgri Zambia was an opportunity I wish everyone with a passion […] More

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    This is the year during which we shall learn how to work around a seriously annoying virus. We have to carry on as normally as possible and we must strive towards maintaining our way of living, because threats of hunger in African countries are hanging over our heads. But ignoring the virus can be fatal. […] More

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    The time is ripe for Zambian farmers, big and small, to start generating biogas on their farms. Farms are huge generators of biowaste, like animal dung, harvest residues, the odd rotten bale, a bad patch of silage, and vegetable and kitchen waste from the many family members and workers. There is no more need to […] More

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    Blueberries are labelled as a superfruit. This fleshy fruit is very popular in developed countries due to its appetising deep blue colour, unbelievable health benefits and the important nutrients it contains. It is low in calories but high in fibre, vitamin C and vitamin K, and has one of the highest antioxidant levels of the […] More

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