RSG Landbou

Die Wes-Kaapse Department van Landbou vervaardig twee weeklikse radio programme vir uitsending op RSG 100-1004fm. Skakel in om te luister na RSG Landbou op Vrydae oggende om 05:40 en Saterdae oggende om 11:45. Eloise Pretorius, radio-omroeper, voer onderhoude met interessante mense oor huidigie tendense in landbou oor die hele land.

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The Western Cape Department of Agriculture produces two weekly radio programmes broadcasted on RSG 100 - 104fm. Tune in to listen to RSG Landbou on Friday mornings at 05:40 and Saturday mornings at 11:45. Eloise Pretorius, radio presenter, interviews interesting people on current affairs in agriculture across the country.

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Eloise Pretorius
Radio Presenter
021 808 7612

Name: 
Eloise Pretorius
Telephone number: 
+27 21 808 7612
August
14
11h45
RSG LANDBOU, SATERDAG 14 AUGUSTUS 2021

Pleks van haarself aan bome vasketting, konsentreer Dr Anri Manderson van Like Mountains, ’n onderneming wat vlugtige olies uit inheemse gewasse onttrek, op praktiese oplossings. In nog ‘n spesiale uitgawe van ons Vrouemaand-reeks op RSG Landbou, doen ons aan by ‘n landboukundige soos min. Anri is nie net besig om die waarde en betekenis van vlugtige olies te verkondig nie, maar is ook besig om vroue-boere in die omgewing te leer en ‘n kans te gun om hulle eie boerderye op die been te bring, en vlerke te gee. Skakel in vir nog ‘n landbou-storie van hoop en inspirasie.


In 2018, the South African government started promoting industry from natural products in a sustainable manner that preserves our cultural and natural heritage. One sub-sector is essential oils. We’re still small and unknown, but due to our rich biodiversity, there is a lot of potentials to become something truly unique. There is so many indigenous flora with incredible fragrance, flavour, and medicinal properties that are still unknown to the rest of the world. At the moment Rose Geranium, Buchu, and Cape Camomile are the most common, but there are so many more. In 2019 Dr Anri Manderson decided to start the distillery and up-skill young female farmers from impoverished rural areas in Limpopo, South Africa to grow and distil indigenous essential oils, which has a much more established market and higher value than vegetables. This initiative turned one year old at the beginning of June 2020.

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August
13
5h40
RSG LANDBOU, VRYDAG 13 AUGUSTUS 2021

Annelene Swanepoel is Hoof van Direktoraat Plantwetenskappe aan die Wes-Kaapse Departement van Landbou. Van die jongste projekte wat van stapel gestuur is word bekyk tesame met ‘n groot konferensie-aankondiging deur die departement.

Professor Stephanie Midgley van die departement Hortologie aan die US dien tans ook as navorser en wetenskaplike vir klimaatsverandering en risikobestuur. Sy werp lig op toekomstige risiko’s wat droogtes insluit.


Directorate Plant Sciences, Annelene Swanepoel details the newest research projects being undertaken by the Department.

Stephanie Midgley is a researcher and project manager in agriculture, food security and climate change. She holds a PhD in Botany and an MScAgric in Horticultural Science, and has worked on climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation since 1992. Her experience includes contributions to the Western Cape Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan. She discusses her current role at the Western Cape Department of Agriculture.

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