SOUTH AFRICA: Mechanisation and good weather create SA food boom
The latest review from the South African Department of Agriculture indicates that the country's agricultural income boomed by 53% in the past year. Gross income from all farm products in 2001 was estimated to be Rand 57bn, (US$5.35bn), while gross income from field crops rose by 24% to an income of Rand 20.14bn, ($1.89m). Pretoria says that a mechanisation drive and good weather conditions explain the healthy figures.
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