Ons plaas dikwels so baie fokus op wat bo die grond aangaan, dat ons maklik vergeet hoe belangrik die wortelontwikkeling van die plant is. Diné Pretorius van DNA Plant Science vertel ons van ‘n produk wat gefokus is daarop om wortelontwikkeling te stimuleer, en sodoende plantgesondheid te verseker.
Daarna kuier Wessel Lemmer van Agbiz Grain weer in die ateljee om oor die Agbiz Grain Simposium te praat.
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We’re a leader in farm animal and pet health solutions, treating and preventing disease in more than 90 countries.
Who is AGT Foods?
AGT Foods is a value-added pulse, staple food and ingredient processor for export and domestic markets. Through its offices and processing facilities located in some of the best agricultural growing regions in Canada, the U.S., Turkey, China, Australia and South Africa and merchandising and sales offices in the U.K., the Netherlands and Spain, AGT Foods produces a full range of pulses and specialty crops including lentils, peas, chickpeas, beans and canary seed as well as food ingredients such as pulse flours, proteins, starches and fibres. Its subsidiary in Turkey, the Arbel Group, produces staple foods such as Arbella Pasta, rice and milled wheat products, including bulgur and semolina. In South Africa AGT Foods represents the Retail, Hospitality, Spices, Ingredients, Popcorn, Bakery and Protein Divisions, which falls under the Retail Division and is sold through all major supermarkets in South Africa.
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The programme is broadcast on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 08:00 on the Plaas TV / Farm TV YouTube channel, which can be accessed at this link. Programmes will be available on demand and can be viewed at any time once uploaded.