The Zimbabwean government had asked for more vigilant border controls to stop the spread of the PPR (Peste des petits ruminants) virus in Zimbabwe, and to countries outside its borders,
Bathabile Modutoane heads back to Oneo Farms with farm MD, Eric Mauwane and Freddie Ndindana from Corteva. They explain which pests and diseases are currently affecting their bell peppers on the farm. The pair also talk us through how Corteva products have helped control and treat pests and diseases.
Mbali Nwoko, founder and CEO of The Green Terrace, persevered despite some serious setbacks. She says when you find something you love and are passionate about, you should not let anything stand in your way. African Farming caught up with her at her new farm in Bapsfontein near Pretoria.
Do you want to take control of your car using only your mobile device? Now you can do just that with the innovative connected technology in the new Ford Ranger FX4.
Bathabile Modutoane heads to the Lemang Agricultural Services Training Facility in Vastfontein to meet up with Operations Manager Bankies Malan. He explains seedbed preparation and talks us through the difference between ridging and ripping in farming.
The autumn stand of lucerne pictured on the right is getting stalky as it starts to flower. With more stalk and flower, and less leaf, the protein intakes are not as high as they are when the plant is young.
On African Farming this week, Bathabile Modutoane visits Oneo Farms just outside Krugersdorp. He chats with the Managing Director of the farm, Eric Mauwane to find out more about what they do.
Dr. Thapelo Makae from Elanco is back to talk animal health on location with Bathabile Modutoane! This week, Dr. Thaps talks us through some of the diseases and issues that occur during the rainy season, such as footrot.
This week on African Farming, Bathabile Modutoane joins Nic Basson, Agronomist at Lemang Agricultural Services on location at the Vastfontein Training Academy in Gauteng. They discuss the calibration and preparation of sprayers and planters.
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