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March 20, 2019
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Soya levy expected to boost yield and quality

The soya industry is expected to receive a boost of R1 billion per year from the recently imposed Breeding and Technology Levy (BTL). The levy will be used to fund research into improving seed cultivars to […]
March 18, 2019
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South Africa could have a good winter crop harvest in 2019/20 season

In about a month’s time from now, South African farmers will start preparing soils for winter crops plantings in the Western Cape, as the 2019/20 production season approaches. Meanwhile, other winter crop growing areas such as […]
March 15, 2019
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What to expect from South Africa’s maize output following drought

South Africa is projected to experience a shortage in maize output following the drought. Furthermore, supplies of the staple maize are anticipated to decline to their lowest level this month. Fortunately, the country’s stocks are set […]