Thursday April 26th, 2018

Spotlight on SA soybean production

(Afrikaans) The next eight days should remain cool and dry over the soybean growing areas, which should be supportive of the harvest process. This is at initial stages in parts of the Mpumalanga province, and it could soon commence in other provinces as a large part of the crop has already matured.Agbiz Morning Market Viewpoint on Agri-Commodities 26 April 2018.
Wednesday May 2nd, 2018

South Africa’s soybean and its by-product imports set to decline in 2018/19

South Africa’s soybean and oilcake (meal) imports could decline by 27 percent and 17 percent year-on-year in the 2018/19 marketing year, to 20 000 tonnes and 458 992 tonnes, respectively. This is underpinned by an expected harvest of 1.4 million tonnes of soybeans in the 2017/18 production season.
Monday May 28th, 2018

Africa’s soybean industry is not well established

We hardly write about Africa’s soybean industry because the production of the crop is not yet fully established in most […]
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