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Happy 31 st Independence Day Namibia

independence 2021 The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) would like to wish all agronomic and horticultural industry stakeholders as well as the entire Namibian nation, many more years of abundant rainfall, prosperity and political stability. For the past 31 years, the agronomic and horticultural sectors have contributed immensely to the growth of the agricultural industry and overall food ...

Extension of Tenure for Current NAB Board

Board-members-extention-final-1 The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) is mandated by the Agronomic Industry Act (Act No. 20 of 1992) to promote the agronomic industry and to facilitate the production, processing, storage and marketing of controlled products in Namibia. Section 4 (1) of the Agronomic Industry Act further allows for the appointment of NAB board members by the ...

CALL FOR REGISTRATION of White Maize and Mahangu Farmers – 2021 Season

Board-members-extention-final-1 In line with the Agronomic Industry Act, 20 of 1992, the Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) is mandated to promote the agronomy and horticulture industry, and to facilitate production, processing, storage and marketing of controlled agronomic and horticultural products in Namibia. As per section 10 (1)(J) of the Agronomic Industry Act, Act 20 of 1992, all ...

IMMEDIATE RESTRICTION ON IMPORTATION OF ENGLISH CUCUMBER

Board-members-extention-final-1 Due to increased production volume of English Cucumber locally attributed to favourable climatic conditions, and as some traders persist on importing, producers finds it hard to market their product. Hence, the following measures will be implemented by the NAB to remedy this situation as per the existing MSP rules and regulations: The border will be ...

THE NAB LAUNCHES NEW ONLINE PERMIT APPLICATION SYSTEM

Board-members-extention-final-1 The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) is mandated to promote the agronomy and horticulture industry, and to facilitate production, processing, storage and marketing of agronomic and horticultural products in Namibia. Hence, the NAB is responsible for the issuance of import, export and transit permits for agronomic and horticultural products in line with the Agronomic Industry Act ...

Temporary closure of NAB OFFICES due to a confirmed positive COVID-19 case

The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) wishes to inform all its stakeholders that the NAB head office in Windhoek will be temporary closed from Thursday, 10 September 2020 to Wednesday, 16 September 2020. This is a precautionary measure in dealing with a confirmed positive COVID-19 case at the NAB head office. Stakeholders are further informed that ...

CALL FOR REGISTRATION OF UNREGISTERED HORTICULTURE PRODUCERS OF CONTROLLED PRODUCTS

Board-members-extention-final The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) is mandated to promote the agronomy and horticulture industry, and to facilitate production, processing, storage and marketing of agronomic and horticultural products in Namibia. In terms of section 10 (1), (J) of the Agronomic Industry Act, Act 20 of 1992, all producers of controlled agronomic and horticultural crops in Namibia ...

New Requirements regarding primary processed Fruit and Vegetable products

Board-members-extention-final The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) is mandated to regulate controlled horticultural (fruit and vegetable) products imported into Namibia, in accordance with the Agronomic Industry Act 20 of 1992. This is also done in line with the Market Share Promotion (MSP) scheme, aimed at stimulating local production and trade of horticultural products in Namibia, as a ...