Here is a brief overview of the week's new on africanfarming.net, from 27 - 31 March 2017
Track African fall armyworm with Russell IPM’s optimised pheromone lure
UK-based biorational pest control solutions provider Russell IPM has developed and tested an effective monitoring system against fall armyworm (FAW). Read the full story here.
SGS Agriculture and Food speak to Agritech Expo before the event in April
Agritech Expo interviewed Edwin Makuya, Business Manager of SGS Agriculture and Food, Zambia, the returning bronze sponsor of the show that is taking place in Chisamba on 27 - 29 April. Read the full story here.
South Africa prepares for International Federation of Agricultural Journalists’ world congress
The International Federation of Agricultural Journalists’ world congress is taking place in Gauteng, Western Cape of South Africa. from 2 - 8 April 2017. Read the full story here.
Roundtable on Responsible Soy unveil full conference line-up
The Roundtable on Responsible Soy Association still has some early bird passes available. Read the full story here.
Public-Private partnerships yield agricultural research results
Partnerships between public sector institutions and private sector can go a long way in producing tangible research results in Africa. Read the full story here.
Deutz-Fahr unveiled its Global Range at SIMA 2017
The equipment in Deutz-Fahr's new Global Range are built for robustness, durability, and ease-of-use in non-European markets. Read the full story here.
The debut of the Massey Ferguson MF 6718 S, first 200HP four-cylinder tractor
The new MF 6700 S Series, which includes the world’s first 200hp, four-cylinder agricultural tractor, made its SIMA Show debut in Paris. Read the full story here.