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South African industry demands re-think of Cape water policy

The current drought and the predicted long-term drying trends in the Western Cape have serious implications for the farming of deciduous fruit crops, HORTGRO – the deciduous fruit industry body – has announced.

According to Anton Rabe, HORTGRO’s executive director, the current problem cannot only be solved by cuts on agricultural water quotas. 


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