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This part of the manual contains the guidelines for the facilitator to implement the Farmers’ Training session on a selected range of farmers’ water management related topics. The exercises for the development and introduction of these farmers’…

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Water is a vital component of agricultural production. It is essential to maximise both yield and quality. Water has to be applied in the right amounts at the right time in order to achieve the right crop result. At the same time, the application of…

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SAI Platform Water Working Group
Topsoil is lost through soil erosion. This can reduce soil quality and cause water pollution. Learn about the effects of soil erosion as well as preventative measures, including increased vegetation, terracing, crop rotation and strip cropping.

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Gillaspy, Rebecca
This Registration Guide is aimed specifically at explaining how water users must register with the Department of Water Affairs.

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Department of Water Affairs - Republic of the South Africa
The following is a guide to the construction of terraces and storm water drains, using implements commonly found on sugarcane farms.

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South African Sugarcane: Research Institute
Many acid soils of the hinterland and Natal Midlands on which cane is grown are situated on slopes in excess of 20%, and often have toxic levels of aluminium thus requiring lime. Under these conditions, minimum tillage practices are required to…

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South African Sugarcane: Research Institute
The quality of river, dam or borehole water plays a significant role in determining the success or failure of irrigated sugarcane production in South Africa.

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South African Sugarcane: Research Institute
Even though wetlands have many benefits to society (e.g. water purification) the destruction and poor management of wetlands continues. WETLAND-USE is a tool to assist agricultural and nature conservation extension staff, working closely with local…

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Kotze D C; Breen C M; Klug J R
The following are the standards that will be used, and the norms that will be applied, whenever soil conservation work is planned and specified by staff of the Cedara Agricultural Development Institute in KwaZulu-Natal.

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South Africa. Departament of Agriculture
This report continues with a discussion of the toxicity concerns and economic issues that justify the need for more effective treatment techniques for photoprocessing wash waters.

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Paul R. Anderson; Byung Kim; Catherine O'Connor
The paper aims to guide exporters in developing countries—mainly in Africa—on how to access the newly emerging agri-food market in South Africa. South Africa imported US$ 325 million worth of fruits, vegetables and spices in 2009. The market has…

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International Trade Centre