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Regenerative agriculture and soil health

By: Gerry Weber “The right to search for the truth implies also a duty; one must not conceal any part of what one has recognised to be true” – Albert Einstein How can we as humans get it so wrong, so often? And when people warn us about the consequences of our actions – we […]

What Next

WHAT NEXT? Will our world ever be the same again after COVID-19? What next? After all is said and done will the realisation of what we have done – our destruction of the environment and where we have gone wrong – be enough to motivate us to actually change our actions, our relationships, and ourselves? […]

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What now? The COVID -19 pandemic has unearthed many questions. How will 2020 play out? Has the world changed forever as we know it? Will we get through this pandemic sanely? What will the end result be and what will the death tally be before we get our freedom of movement back? Will we ever […]

Agriculture

“Upon this handful of soil our survival depends. Husband it and it will grow our food, our fuel, and our shelter and surround us with beauty. Abuse it and the soil will collapse and die, taking humanity with it” – Verdas, Sanskrit Scripture 1500 B.C. Where are we now? As professionals in the agriculture industry, […]

In part one of our article, we looked into the initial concepts people talk about when technology is being blamed for halting or interfering with processes. In part two, we move on to what must be done for which the short answer is diversity, in all aspects of your farming industry such as: Microorganisms Soil  […]

Technology is often used as a scapegoat when we need someone to blame for either economic factors or declining qualities in our day-to-day lives. However, that is often not the case, and we should be digging deeper to truly discover the root of the problem. Over the last century humans have made numerous technological advancements […]

Regardless of our accomplishments, we owe our existence to a six-inch layer of topsoil and the fact that it rains. One of the most common questions asked by farmers is – have you had rain? If yes, how much? As all countries do – South Africa has unique geographical, ecological and meteorological challenges. For example, […]

When it comes to breeding cattle and management – everything revolves around body condition. All of the breeding and management decisions will affect body condition and vice versa. Any natural food production system, where nutritional natural food is produced relies on soil health. It therefore goes without saying that a beef farm is not exempt […]