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05 January

Agri4Africa Newsletter #61 View in browser HAPPY NEW YEAR 2024! I would like to use this opportunity to extend warm wishes from the Agri4Africa family to you and your loved ones for a very prosperous New Year. May 2024 be a year of abundant harvest, brimming with success and fresh opportunities. We look forward to […]

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08 April

Pomegranate farming in Africa is a subject of both historical significance and contemporary relevance. For centuries, this delectable fruit has been cultivated in Africa, owing to the continent’s favorable climate and soil conditions. Today, pomegranate farming is a growing industry, with several African countries embracing it as a means of boosting their economies and promoting sustainable agriculture. In this article, we will delve into the intricacies of pomegranate farming in Africa, exploring its rich history, current state, and potential benefits for the continent.

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19 March

Pecan farming is still in its infancy in South Africa, but with the global demand for nuts increasing, more producers are seeing opportunities to diversify their farms with pecans. Lindi Botha spoke to seasoned Gauteng-based pecan farmer Albert Bouwmeester Jnr about how he gets the most from his pecan orchard.

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19 March

Pecan nut farming in Africa has become a booming industry, thanks to the rising demand for high-quality nuts in the global market. African pecan nuts are renowned for their rich, buttery flavor and nutritional value, making them a popular choice among consumers worldwide. In this blog, we will explore the process of growing pecan nuts, the different varieties, where they are produced in Africa, their export markets, start-up costs, and the advantages and disadvantages of pecan nut farming in Africa.

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