Tuesday June 28th, 2016

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Friday January 27th, 2017

Instansies aangewys om produkte te inspekteer

Die minister van Landbou, Senzeni Zokwana, het drie instansie aangewys op 13 Januarie 2017 om verskeie plaaslik vervaardigde sowel as […]
Wednesday August 2nd, 2017

Agri Limpopo Conference

Die Agri Limpopo kongres is om die draai, 23 en 24 Augustus 2017 by die Weesgerus Vakansieoord! Die kongresprogram sluit rolspelers […]
Thursday December 7th, 2017

Possible La Niña during the 2017/18 summer season

Highlights in today’s morning note   Wheat: If there is anything good to be said about the persistent dryness in […]
Thursday April 12th, 2018

South African tractor sales for March 2018 up 41% y/y

The South African tractor sales were up by 41% y/y in March 2018, with 726 units sold. This follows a 12% y/y contraction in February. On average, 23 tractors were sold a day last month compared to 21 tractors in February 2018 and 16 tractors a day in March 2017. Given that this is a fairly quiet period in the fields (in both summer and winter crop growing areas), the private sales were expected to have followed a normal trend, but the overall boost could be linked to government tenders ahead of the end of the financial year. The combine harvester sales were also solid, recorded a 9% y/y uptick, with 25 units sold.
Monday May 7th, 2018

SA wheat planting could slow in the coming weeks

(Afrikaans) The winter wheat planting activity could slow in the coming weeks as the weather forecasts show a possibility of continued dryness in the Western Cape province within the next two weeks. Swartland is the only wheat-growing region that could receive light showers of between 16 and 25 millimetres this week. The prospects for the week ending 22 May 2018 presents similar dynamics, with light showers in areas around Overberg region.
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