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Grapes

Grapes

Today, South Africa is the third-largest producer of table grapes in the Southern Hemisphe..

chillies

chillies

The chilli plant has green elongated oval leaves that narrow to pointy ends. The chilli plant can be..

Lettuce

Lettuce

 lettuce is cultivated throughout the world in both open fields and in greenhouses. Controlled ..

Onions

Onions

Onions have been used as food for centuries and are believed to have evolved in the arid regions of ..

broccoli

broccoli

Broccoli does best on well-drained, sandy loam soils that are high in organic material or that have ..

asparagus

asparagus

Asparagus can be planted in a wide climate range. It does best when the temperatures during the prod..

apples

apples

The South African apple season is counter-seasonal to the Northern Hemisphere apple season, which me..

corn

corn

Sweet corn is a warm-climate crop and is frost-sensitive. It does best when temperatures range from ..

Cabbage

Cabbage

Cabbage grows best under cool conditions and is popular throughout the world because of its adaptabi..

kale

kale

Kale leaves provide an earthy, yet slightly peppery flavor. Kale can be used raw in salads but is be..

Spring onion

Spring onion

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fresh celery

fresh celery

Celery plants are normally harvested when they are about 40 to 50 cm high. The celery root system is..

beetroot

beetroot

Although beetroot is a cool-weather crop, using a hybrid cultivar intended for summer production off..

Potatoes

Potatoes

Potatoes are grown under a wide range of conditions - from irrigated commercial farms in Egypt ..

banana

banana

The banana plant grows to about 8 m tall. It has a true stem that forms underground above the extens..

brinjals

brinjals

The brinjal (Solanum melongena) is a warm-season crop grown for its edible fruit. Climate is one of ..

peanut butter

peanut butter

Peanut butter is the kind of food topic that South Africans feel very strongly about. Peanut butter ..

sugar

sugar

The South African sugar industry is one of the world’s leading cost-competitive producers of high-qu..

mixed peppers

mixed peppers

Sweet pepper is a tender plant with green oval-shaped leaves that narrow to a pointy end. The pepper..

Oranges

Oranges

Oranges are by far South Africa’s biggest citrus type and account for around 60% of South African ci..

spinnach

spinnach

A leafy plant with slightly glossy crisp dark green leaves 25 to 30cm long and 10 to 20cm wide. Leav..

mango

mango

Mangoes can be grown in a wide variety of climates from tropical to arid. The bulk of South African ..

Pears

Pears

Pear trees, like apple trees, grow best in temperate zones – regions with cold winters and moderate ..

macademia

macademia

Macadamia nuts were already established in the Durban Botanical Gardens in South Africa in 1915, the..

lemon

lemon

Lemons are mainly cultivated in temperate climates, while limes are generally produced in tropical a..

cane

cane

During the 2018/2019 season, there were more than 20 000 registered sugarcane growers farming in Kwa..

squash

squash

A healthy bee population ensures good and timeous pollination. The plant has a taproot that can desc..

soybeans

soybeans

This is the fourth largest crop in the world after maize, wheat and rice.Soybeans are an important s..

wheat

wheat

Wheat is an important cereal crop ranking second after maize in terms of the area planted and produc..

sorghum seeds

sorghum seeds

Sorghum bicolor is an African crop, which is widely distributed throughout the world. Different cult..

carrots

carrots

Carrots belong to the same family as celery, coriander and parsley. Initially the roots were long an..

wines

wines

South African wine has a history dating back to 1659, with the first bottle produced in Cape Town by..

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