The weather is again top-of-mind in SA’s agriculture. Warmer or drier weather is needed to complete the harvests of the summer crop and citrus, as well as transporting of product.

Simultaneously, we need rains for the winter crops, which are now in the middle of their planting season, and for various horticulture products, mainly in the Western Cape.            ..

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