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7yr delay on pesticide reduction goal - France

Jan 30 2015 18:30

France, the European Union's biggest agricultural producer, has delayed a target to halve pesticide use to 2025 from 2018 after plans to curb their deployment failed.


ANC land cap irrational - Afribusiness

Jan 30 2015 11:57

The African National Congress' proposed cap on land ownership is irrational and could lead to restrictions on other assets, says Afribusiness.


Disease threatens bee farmers

Jan 27 2015 19:30

A disease that has spread among bees in the Western Cape is threatening to reach KwaZulu-Natal and completely wipe out South Africa’s bee population.


South Sudan finds hope in honey

Jan 26 2015 14:00

A harvest of honey from the equatorial forests of South Sudan will help its struggling poor and improve the nation's crop yields, say those involved.


Wine farmers actually plead for sustainability

Jan 23 2015 16:10

A lively debate has started in reaction to an article about the wine industry and what the real conditions and challenges are.


Wine farmers plead poverty

Jan 22 2015 19:15

Wine farmers and producers are simply not making enough money and are therefore not planting any new vines, warns an industry body.


SA may plant 3.3% less corn this season

Jan 22 2015 11:42

South Africa, the continent’s biggest corn producer, may plant 3.3% less grain in the 2014-15 season than a year earlier as prices drop.


Farmers suffer huge losses due to broken canal

Jan 21 2015 16:01

Producers in the Olifants River Valley are currently suffering financial losses of up to R30 000 per hectare after a water canal broke.


Australian wine exports rebound on China trend

Jan 21 2015 10:19

Australian wine exports to China have rebounded last year as sales of cheaper wines gained traction, bucking a regional shift towards high-end tipples.


KZN sugar crop threatened by drought

Jan 20 2015 20:00

The drought-stricken KwaZulu- Natal province, where more than 80% of the country’s sugar is grown, has six weeks to get sufficient rain for this year’s crop.


UK dairy farmers should be protected: lawmakers

Jan 20 2015 12:04

British dairy farmers should be better protected from falls in the price of milk, lawmakers say in a report warning of a crisis which could damage the dairy industry.

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International award for Van Ryn’s Distillery

Jan 15 2015 17:01

Van Ryn's Distillery in Stellenbosch has been named as having the best distillery tour in the world by judges at the 2015 Distillery Experience Awards.

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