The potential of South African indigenous plants for the international .The development of new research tools are contributing to the commercialization of South African plants, although propagation, cultivation and post-harvest ... and previously the Department of Agriculture, has the national mandate to investigate cultivation and breeding aspects of indigenous plants (NIGS publication list.commercialization of south african indigenous crops aspects,THE SOUTH AFRICAN FLORICULTURAL INDUSTRY AND THE .the South African economy. This finding is based on the impact of this sector on aspects, such as . funding for indigenous crops (in South Africa) is a limiting factor in scientific evaluations and trials to commercialize new crops, but worthwhile results have been achieved with regard to basic taxonomic documentation and.
GMOs in Africa: Opportunities and challenges in South AfricaJan 9, 2010 . production, with additional benefits in quality of crops and environmental aspects. South Africa is one of the few developing countries that have joined an increasing number of countries that have commercialized GM crops. With. South Africa being an early adopter of. GM technology, the economic benefits.commercialization of south african indigenous crops aspects,African Leafy Vegetables - MDPIDec 22, 2017 . To promote ALVs from consumption and commercialisation, further research on agronomy, post-harvest handling, storage and processing is required in South Africa. Keywords: . using the following terms: “indigenous leafy vegetable” or “African leafy vegetables” or “production or promoting.John Frank
Dec 14, 2017 . Briefly, the study initially identified the terms or key words commonly used to refer to underutilized crops in South African literature. The five (5) commonly used terms that were identified were; (i) underutilized crops, (ii) indigenous crops, (iii) traditional crops, (iv) neglected crops, and (v) orphan crops.
Reinten, E. and J.H. Coetzee. 2002. Commercialization of South African indigenous crops: Aspects of research and cultivation of products. p. 76–80. In: J. Janick and A. Whipkey (eds.), Trends in new crops and new uses. ASHS Press, Alexandria, VA.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Commercial agriculture in South Africa has in the past mostly been focusing on existing traditional crops for their land use activities. The new generation rural farmers cannot commercially compete with traditional agriculture and have to.
The development of new research tools are contributing to the commercialization of South African plants, although propagation, cultivation and post-harvest ... and previously the Department of Agriculture, has the national mandate to investigate cultivation and breeding aspects of indigenous plants (NIGS publication list.
South Africa indigenous leafy vegetables (ILVs) were not commercialised and most researchers did not pay much . Finally the study recommends the commercialisation of these crops due to the fact that they have the potential .. the technical inefficiency effects could be further expressed as a linear function of explanatory.
A large and active trade in traditionally used indigenous plants exists within South Africa, particularly in KwaZulu-Natal. Rapidly increasing demand for .. what is the volume of trade? There will be little investment in the commercialization of traditionally used plants until there are sufficient data on these important aspects.
Jan 9, 2010 . production, with additional benefits in quality of crops and environmental aspects. South Africa is one of the few developing countries that have joined an increasing number of countries that have commercialized GM crops. With. South Africa being an early adopter of. GM technology, the economic benefits.
The Plant Breeding Programme specializes in research on breeding of indigenous vegetable food crops, potatoes, sweet potatoes and medicinal plants. . Most of these cultivars are cream-fleshed and three of these are the main commercialized cultivars currently planted in South Africa, namely, Blesbok, Bosbok and.
1. Bio-fuels and Food Security in South Africa: The Role of Indigenous and Traditional Food. Crops. By. P.C. Cloete1 and E. Idsardi2. Selected Paper prepared for presentation at the International Association of .. producer prices and positive income effects from increased bio-fuel production, particularly in the rural.
Nov 7, 2012 . Around 80% of the South African population use traditional medicines to meet their primary health care needs; however, only a few South African medicinal plants have been exploited to their full potential in terms of commercialization. The opportunity for bioprospecting of plant compounds for novel.
May 26, 2015 . P. Bag X01, Scottsville 3209, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa;. E-Mails: . crop species have relegated indigenous crops to the status of neglected and underutilised crop species (NUCS). . resulted in enormous negative effects on local food production and food and nutritional security. This is more important.
Dec 14, 2017 . The initial literature search showed that, in South Africa, “traditional crops” was the most popular term with 236,000 hits, while “indigenous crops” was the . seed quality, breeding, and biotechnology, perceptions, climate change, postharvest, genetic resources, medicinal properties, and commercialization.
In 2014, the largest review yet concluded that GM crops' effects on farming were positive. The meta-analysis considered all published English-language examinations of the agronomic and economic impacts between 1995 and March 2014 for three major GM crops: soybean, maize, and cotton. The study found that.
Dec 30, 2013 . Chapter Three Issues Specific to South Africa Affecting Commercialisation of Traditional. Knowledge. .. Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) in 1994, the RSA had to amend or repeal and enact . renewable biological resources (eg plants, animals, and other organisms) that originate (or.
Aspects of biotechnology and genetically modified crops in South Africa. By Marnus Gouse. Department of Agricultural Economics, Extension and Rural Development. University of Pretoria. 1. Introduction. South Africa has a proud and solid biotechnology research and development (R&D) history. Some of this R&D have.
studies on the domestication of indigenous fruit trees as tree crops, and commercializing their products ... with advanced laboratories in South Africa, and Tissue Culture laboratory at the Bunda College of Agriculture in Malawi. .. The pre-harvest and post-harvest handling is an aspect of indigenous fruit tree research and.
Fulltext - Somaclonal Variation in in vitro Regenerated Ledebouria graminifolia (Hyacinthaceae), an Indigenous Bulb in Botswana and its Potential Exploitation as an Ornamental Plant.
Sustainable Livelihood Framework. Double-Hurdle Model. Agricultural. Extension. South Africa. ABSTRACT Commercialization of livestock farming systems . participation could be explained by the broader aspects of livelihoods of smallholder cattle farmers, including ... ically active population engages in crop farming.
Apr 2, 2010 . GM soybeans and corn, which are widely grown in North and South America as well as South Africa and a few other countries, also produce large aggregate welfare gains, currently estimated at $5 billion per year at the global level. Huge benefits are also projected for future GM crops that are more tolerant.
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