Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Ons staan ‘n bietjie stil by die belangrikste gebeurtenis op die aartappelbedryf se kalender – die Aartappels SA (ASA) -kongres. Verwys na die Aktueel/Regulatoriese afdeling van hierdie maand se CHIPS vir beide die ASA Forum- en ASA Kongres-programme. And, if we ever doubted that climate change is a major factor to contend with in agriculture, we need only look at recent global events to see that it is indeed a very real threat. Read about irrigation management, what the EU Green Deal means for potato production in South Africa, the latest market monitor report and much more in the September/October edition of CHIPS

In hierdie uitgawe:

  • Bayer Moerkweker van die Jaar-finaliste: Ware landbou-ambassadeurs!
  • Cover crops: Can they make a difference in nematode control?
  • Potatoes SA bursary empowers student to soar.
  • Voortydige regsadvies versus regsoptrede as laaste uitweg.
  • African Potato Association Conference: Technology in the spotlight.
  • Sensitivity of Alternaria species to different classes of fungicides.
  • Markmonitor: Die eerste 31 weke van 2022 op varsproduktemarkte.
  • What the Green Deal means for potato production in SA.
  • African Potato Association Conference: Technology in the spotlight.
  • PSA Research Symposium: Research for successful potato farming.
  • Catching up with consumers.

To download the current PDF version of CHIPS, click here or visit digimags.agriorbit.com to download the digimag.

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What the EU Green Deal means for potato production in SA

Estimated reading time: 7 minutes The European Commission stipulates that the European Union’s (EU) production activities become climate-neutral by 2050. The EU Farm to...