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The pandemic must transform global agriculture

The Covid-19 crisis has highlighted the risks of unhealthy diets and the extreme fragility of the global food system. But the economic reconstruction that...

Red locusts invasion detected in Namibia

An outbreak of red locusts has been detected in central regions of Namibia and pest control teams have been sent to the affected areas,...

Dairies looks at sustaining its future

Technical Head of Namibia Diaries, Pieter van Wyk, believes that Namibia Dairies will look different in the near future as it will continue to...

Conservation agriculture preserves environment, increase yields

Justah Nalushiya, a senior agricultural technician has explained that conservation agriculture enables crop farmers to preserve the environment through managing agro-ecosystems for improved and...

“New normal” a window of opportunities for African food- and agri-tech...

The “new normal” of social or physical distancing presented by COVID-19 presents a window of opportunity to leapfrog digital business models and solutions for...

Celli presents new multi-purpose solutions for soil cultivation in Africa.

The Italian agricultural machinery company, Celli, is offering a wide range of bedformers, rotary tillers, power harrows and subsoilers that are well suited for...

Choosing an irrigation system

Selecting an irrigation system for a site is not always straight forward but depends upon many factors. Often sites are suited to several methods...

Maize planter calibration to improve your profitability

Importance of planter calibration In dry land farming, maize, soya and dry beans are major crops produced by the majority of farmers on a commercial...

Agro-processing of deciduous fruit

Introduction to the General Principles of Agro-Processing: Faced with the current economic realities, farmers worldwide are searching for new options of surviving, as well as...

Namibia anticipates a difficult post-drought recovery

Considering the extent of farmers' debts in Namibia, it is anticipated the post-drought recovery will take three to five years. This was revealed in the...

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