November 2020 – Issue 86

BLWK November 2020

Hallo Almal

Ons het so ‘n klein breuk gemaak gedruende Oktober en daar het nie ‘n nuwe nuusbrief verskyn nie. Oestyd is al ‘n geruime tyd aan die gang en goeie opbrengste klink aan die orde van die dag en gerugte wil hê dat dit die grootste koring oes in 19 jaar gaan wees. Alles is nie net maanskyn en rose hierdie seisoen nie. In die Swartland is daar defintief ‘n verdunningseffek van die korrel proteïen in koring en is daar n grad of twee verskil tussen vanjaar en verlede jaar. In die suidkaap sukkel gars met gesplete korrels en die reën gedurende oestyd het ook ‘n impak op die hektolitermassa oor die hele provinsie gehad. Ons is egter dankbaar vir die afgelope seisoen se mildelike reën in die koring produksie areas. Die proef resultate van die verskillende bewaringslandbouproewe lyk ook baie goed en sal ons meer daaroor skryf gedurende die Januarie nuusbrief.

Geniet dus die November Nuusbrief.

Die redakteur

Hi All

We took a small brake during October and did not publish a newsletter, but we are back. Harvest has been under way for a long time now and excellent yields have been reported. Rumors would have it that the 2020 harvest will be the biggest wheat yield in 19 years. Although yields have been sky high all over the province some issues have been reported. In the Swartland grading in a number of cases have been a grade or two lower due to lower wheat protein levels. In the southern cape barley had split kernel issues and rain during the harvest period has lowered hectoliter mass of wheat. We however are still ubundently thankful for the season that we have had. The conservation agriculture trials across the province have also done well, but more about that in the January issue of the newsletter. Enjoy the November newsletter.

The editor

 

November 2020 – Issue 86
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