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    ProAgri BNZ 33

    The year is certainly flying by with the speed of lightning. Snooze andyou will lose, is a lesson that many of us have learnt throughout our lives. In agriculture, before we know the winter has passed, and the spring arrives – bringing with it new growth and new life, which also gives us, in turn, […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 32

    NAMPO is back, and it is back with a bang! NAMPO is the biggest agricultural event in the Southern Hemisphere.It attracts major role players and decision makers into one proverbial room, to engage on the health of the agricultural sector in South Africa. This year, NAMPO is back after being halted for the past two […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 27

    Finally, we have come to the end of yet another challenging year. This year tested farmers in Africa and yet we are constantly reminded of the poet, Robert Frost, who said: “In three words I can sum up everything that I’ve learned about life: it goes on!” Through the challenges we face, one thing is […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 26 – November 2021

    Dear readers of ProAgri BNZ, it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the first edition of ProAgri BNZ for which I have acted as Editor. Having grown up on a farm and being a farmer myself, I have always been enthusiastic about writing and the agricultural sector – what an incredible opportunity and […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 24

    Good news with which to start off the new planting season is that thegreater part of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region is likely to receive normal to above normal rainfall between October and December 2021, and between January and March 2022. This good news was contained in a statement released at the end […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 17

    There is nothing like a rolling African thunderstorm sweeping overhectares of farmland. The rains bring life with it and revitalises the soil, and often the farmers as well. After years of drought some areas of Southern Africa received their first rain in the first months of 2021. Most of these farmers can now experience some […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 16

    The new year has finally arrived and hopefully everybody is well rested after the holidays. The farmers have planted their summer crops and are looking forward to a good harvest this season. In 2020 ProAgri also planted seeds that we shall be harvesting in 2021. During the difficult times we persevered and kept our magazines […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 15

    The year 2020 is drawing to a close. It will probably be remembered in history as the year that we were forced to adapt to a new way of interacting with one another. The year of global lockdown, masks, sanitizer and social distancing. Many were affected by the adverse circumstances that dominated this year, but […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 13

    The emerging farmer is the future of agriculture in Africa. This is evident due to 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 […] More

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    BNZ 12

    It has been exactly twelve months since the first ProAgri BNZ saw the light in September of 2019. We are officially one year old. The magazine is still in its infancy compared to ProAgri Media that celebrated its 25th year in August this year. What a year it has been! The agricultural industry of Southern […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 10

    While grain farmers are working hard to get their yields into the silos, we at ProAgri BNZ have also been busy to bring you the latest technological news in the agricultural industry. Apart from our usual article series on best practices in various farming branches, we also showcase a multitude of products and services within […] More

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    ProAgri BNZ 08

    As the world and Southern Africa are still gripped in the COVID-19 pandemic, people are realising the need for some form of normality to return. Southern Africa is expected to move to less restrictive measures in order for the economy to regain momentum. Borders can be crossed provided that you have the correct permits.    In […] More

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