Sustainable Food for Life Career & Bursary Fair ‘Let’s celebrate our farmers’ - Ramphele Off to a good start Guided by economic realities Controlling nitrogen application is important Rugged & reliable World record blue kurper The slinky apple What is drip fertigation? Simlee Simmentaler and Simbra Auction
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‘I want to be the SA ambassador of black farming’ - Buyambo Mantashe
Buyambo Mantashe is hip, urban and a 24-year-old Joburger-turned-farmer. Orrock Robertsen caught up with him on his family farm in the Eastern Cape to get his views on land reform and the opportunities for young black farmers.
Soya bean crop could reach one million tons
South Africa’s soya bean crop for the 2015 season was likely to reach one million tons. This was 7% higher than the previous estimate for this season and about 5% up from the 2014 harvest of 948 000 tons.
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Farmer's Weekly - 3 July 2015
Poultry Focus
Drought in the central region: it’s not all bad news
Biofumigation - Killing pathogens without poison
Land reform ‘Stop bargaining and start growing the sector
Nampo boerepatente
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