Wandile Sihlobo | SA grains need sunshine more than rain at this point

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Wandile Sihlobo (supplied)
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SA's agricultural production outlook remains buoyant, thanks to increased plantings and favourable weather conditions, but what will be crucial this coming week and the week after that is sunshine over the country's summer crop-growing regions, writes Wandile Sihlobo.

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