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  1. Andre Engelbrecht says:

    One of the biggest advantages of narrow row widths is the better utilization of very expensive land, by far the most expensive component. On a diversified farm, which includes wheat farming, the producer is forced to have wider row widths to accommodate the dual usage of his larger tractors. Will let you know what the outcome is of a comparison between the costs of wider row widths and smaller, additional tractors.

  2. johanhburger says:

    I had some interesting feedback from a number of wineries. I also checked out the websites of a number of wineries as well. I noted that we had some, like Durbanville Hills, who set aside more than 200 hectares for the preservation of rhinofield (renosterbos, to others who made important contributions to the protection of tortoises, to others who helped conserve fynbos, to others who installed solar heating panels on a big scale. The bottom line is that it appears that our wine industry is doing quite a lot for the preservation of Mother Earth, albeit in various diverse forms.

    I think I will ask one of my MBA students to do a study on the contributions of the various entities in the wine industry towards enhancing the sustainability of the industry. It will be a sin not to see what we are currently doing and to not give credit where it is due!