17 January 2018 – On-pack trends: Augmented reality enabled packaging.
17 January 2018 – SABI IrrigationWise Academy offers a range of training programmes to boost optimum irrigation practices and water conservation in South Africa and the continent. The Academy’s focus is on boosting technical and engineering skills in both the agricultural and landscape sectors at all levels of operation. The Academy’s programme are in-line with the […]
17 January 2018 – The planet is growing more food than ever, and yet millions of people continue to starve worldwide. People are hungry everywhere — in the country, in the suburbs. But increasingly, one of the front lines in the war against hunger is in cities. Read more…
16 January 2018 – 3rd Crop Estimate.
16 January 2018 – The South African wine industry is experiencing one of its most exciting phases in history. Overall wine quality has increased dramatically over the last five years, international recognition is at an all-time high and the consumer is now spoilt for choice, with a wealth of new producers, varieties and styles. Read […]
16 January 2018 – Agro-food systems often differ considerably from country to country, depending on the level of development, resource availability, business sophistication and agro-food policies and legislation adopted. Even within countries, huge inequality in development and demographic dynamics will necessitate the development of a diverse agro-food system, as we have in South Africa. Read […]
16 January 2018 – The red meat industry is complex due to various factors that have a significant influence on its productivity, profitability, and sustainability. Nature’s influence on production and the variation in in-and-output prices is a big challenge. Read more…
15 January 2018.
15 January 2018 – Status report on the SADC, COMESA and EAC harmonised seed trade regulations. To start this new year, The Status Report on the SADC, COMESA and EAC harmonised seed trade regulations: Where does this leave the regions’ smallholder farmers?, researched and written by Linzi Lewis and Sabrina Masinjila of the African Centre […]
15 January 2018 – Fewer mandarins due to drought in the Western Cape. Read more…