Cradock, South Africa-based Amali Farming Enterprise has launched a new innovative agribusiness enterprise, using dwarf fruit trees to improve conventional methods of tree farming. Go to https://amalifarm.co.za to find out more.
Cradock SA Agricultural Dwarf Tree Project Is
Future Of Sustainable Farming
Food security and land sustainability are two of the greatest challenges which lie
ahead. As such Amali Farming Enterprise wants to bring together farmers,
investors, and communities with their new dwarf fruit tree farming model.
Amali Farming Enterprise (Pty) Ltd, a growing agricultural firm and farming
innovator based in Cradock, South Africa, are now sharing their dwarf fruit tree
propagation model with interested farmers and farming investors, such as yourself,
who want to improve land management and profitability.
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 maximised. As such, Amali Farming
Enterprise has developed their unique dwarf
fruit tree project as way to utilise 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
Given that South African farmers are predominately individual, with individualised land
ownership, you often lack the advantage of collaborative negotiation and reserve capital. As
such, you 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 has developed their new dwarf
trees commercial scale projects to allow for both farmland
investment and value chain investment in a way that
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 minimising land waste and
Amali Farming was founded by a group of p