Soil health is defined as the ability of the soil to function as a life supporting system that promotes agricultural productivity as well as improved water and air quality.
Now why do we say Made for a time such as this? South Africa is experiencing so much rain that its estimated that it can damage the production of grains, and so cause a grain shortage.
Repairing of any malfunction parts from the implements before field operation sometimes can avoid big loss due to failure in field and can always reduce fuel consumption.
“In the affidavit that farmers must provide with the expected certificate, TLU SA and Sakeliga suggest that you add four paragraphs to protect you now and, in the future,” said TLU SA’s General Manager, Mr. Bennie van Zyl.
“If you eat, you need agriculture. If you wear clothes, you need agriculture. If you take medicine, live in a house, or write with a pencil, you need agriculture.” – (J. Ryan, 2018)