3108, 2020

SA takes proactive approach to FCM

By | August 31st, 2020|Categories: SA Industry News|Comments Off on SA takes proactive approach to FCM

For the first time since 2018 when the South African citrus industry introduced its False Codling Moth Management System, the citrus industry has had to intervene in its normal functioning to manage false codling moth. [...]

2408, 2020

Tapping into the health benefits of blood oranges

By | August 24th, 2020|Categories: Global Industry News|Comments Off on Tapping into the health benefits of blood oranges

One of Australia's leading blood orange producers has launched a new campaign in 2020 focused on promoting the health benefits and nutritional values of the fruit. Redbelly Citrus is in the peak of its season, [...]

2408, 2020

Reducing the application of fertilizers

By | August 24th, 2020|Categories: Global Industry News|Comments Off on Reducing the application of fertilizers

A research project developed by Ideagro to reduce the application of fertilizers in agriculture through the contribution of microorganisms is obtaining important results in melon, tomato, broccoli, apricot, and citrus crops in an experimental farm [...]

2408, 2020

EU temporarily prohibits importing Argentinean citrus due CBS

By | August 24th, 2020|Categories: Global Industry News|Comments Off on EU temporarily prohibits importing Argentinean citrus due CBS

The European Union has temporarily banned lemon and orange imports from Argentina to prevent the introduction and spread of the black spot in the EU. The ban is stipulated in the implementing regulation of the [...]

2408, 2020

12-14 million people will move to cities over next 15 years

By | August 24th, 2020|Categories: SA Industry News|Comments Off on 12-14 million people will move to cities over next 15 years

The South African Bureau for Agricultural and Food Policy expects the country’s economic recovery to be a prolonged process “with real GDP only projected to exceed 2019 levels by 2026”, according to their newly released [...]

2408, 2020

Shipping lines holding the cards in the new Covid world

By | August 24th, 2020|Categories: SA Industry News|Comments Off on Shipping lines holding the cards in the new Covid world

Maritime consultancy Drewry has warned that container costs could go through the roof, due to the current situation featuring blank sailings, arrival delays, capacity contraction, schedule unreliability and resulting cargo roll-overs. Such is the effect [...]