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Zimbabwe agriculture mechanisation-from Belarus with love

Zimbabwe's agriculture industrial revolution has gone a notch up with the confirmation of more support from Belarus. It was announced early February by Zimbabwe's Agriculture Ministry that the Southern African country would get four thousand tractors from Belarus this year to help drive its food production ambitions. Once a[...]

By Marko Phiri|19th March 2024|Categories: Articles, Mechanisation|Tags: , , , |

Mechanisation considerations for drip irrigation systems

Climate change is leading to increasing water scarcity. Agriculture is one of the biggest users of water worldwide. Appropriate methods and systems of irrigation are, therefore, critical to the objectives of achieving higher irrigation efficiency to achieve the much-needed savings in water usage. To achieve water savings and remain[...]

Farmers depend on Rumax to make top class feed

The vital key to success in animal husbandry is feed. Therefore, more and more farmers rely on Rumax to provide their animals with nothing but the best. Jaco Pieters started Rumax in 1999 by designing and manufacturing hammer mills. Later on, the company also ventured into feed mixers, manure[...]

By Maryna Steyn|10th February 2023|Categories: Articles, Magazine (Zambia)|Tags: , , , , |

John Deere considers both big and small farmers

You can put all your eggs in the same John Deere basket because this manufacturer of agricultural implements offers you an all-encompassing system - from the simplest off-the-shelf parts to an app that allows you to check the moisture content in your soil while traveling abroad. John Deere's NAMPO[...]

By Specialist Writer|12th April 2018|Categories: Mechanisation|Tags: , , , |
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