Cradock, South Africa based Amali Farming Enterprise have launched a new innovative agribusiness enterprise, using dwarf fruit trees to improve conventional methods of tree farming.
Amali Farming Enterprise (Pty) Ltd, a growing agricultural firm and farming innovator based in Cradock, situated in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, are now sharing their dwarf fruit tree propagation model with interested farmers and farming investors who want to improve land management and profitability.
More details can be found at https://amalifarm.co.za
The announcement coincides with the ongoing challenges presented to South African agriculturists and farmers by climate change, in which land overuse has compounded problems such as desertification, soil erosion, and increasing salinity.
As arable land diminishes it is essential that its use is maximized. As such, Amali Farming Enterprise has developed its unique dwarf fruit tree project as a way to utilize available land both more responsibly and profitably.
In particular, Amali has developed this initiative to both respond to the perils of climate change and as a commercial scale investment opportunity for farmers.
Given that South African farmers are predominately individual, with individualized land ownership, farmers lack the advantage of collaborative negotiation and often also lack reserve capital. As such, they are also more vulnerable to environmental and market changes.
So too have many interested investors previously been barred from the industry due to conventional farming models. In this way, Amali Farming Enterprise (Pty) Ltd has developed their new dwarf trees commercial-scale projects to allow for both farmland investment and value chain investment in a way that mutually benefits both parties.
By developing this initiative where dwarf fruit trees are grown and processed collaboratively, Amali believes they can improve efficiency and profitability for all parties involved, whilst minimizing land waste and conserving water.
Amali Farming Enterprise (Pty) Ltd was founded by a group of passionate agriculturalists with the motto of growing together. They are striving to become a modern and innovative force in South Africa’s traditional agricultural world, recognizing the challenges that lie ahead with both population growth and climate change.
A spokesperson said of their dwarf fruit tree investment project, “We envision a future of robust collaborative farming, in conjunction with investors; supporting market globalization by the production of healthy food in a responsible, sustainable, and secure manner, that results in the creation of wealth to all participating parties, improving quality of life for their families, their employees, and communities.”
Interested parties can access more information at the website above.
Name: Amali Farming Enterprise
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Organization: Amali Farming Enterprise
Address: 6 College Street Cradock, Cradock, Eastern Cape 5880, South Africa
Release ID: 88998392