Farmer's Weekly



In South Africa, the Namibian freedom struggle is often overlooked,

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Farmer's Weekly

Farmer's Weekly2 min lettiNature
Using Natural Enemies To Combat Fall Armyworm
Africa loses up to 18 million tons of maize annually, valued at US$4,6 billion (about R65,6 billion) to fall armyworm (FAW) infestations, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. However, researchers at the Internatio
Farmer's Weekly3 min lettiNature
Controlling Biting Flies
Most people know that flies bite horses, but there is a bit of confusion between the stable fly, house fly and horse fly. Stable flies and house flies are more common and easier to control than horse flies, which are generally found where there is an
Farmer's Weekly6 min letti
Why Less Is More In A Potato Enterprise
South Africa is one of only a few countries in the world where the climate and soils are sufficiently diverse to enable year-round potato production. Of course, each part of the country where potatoes are grown has its own optimal window for planting