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Termination of AMTA as an agent of the Namibian Agronomic Board

LOGO The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) is a statutory body, governed by the Agronomic Industry Act, Act no. 20 of 1992.  The NAB is mandated to promote the agronomic industry and to facilitate the production, processing, storage and marketing of controlled products in Namibia.  In accordance with Section 10 (1) (g), the NAB Board in June ...

Producers & Traders of Horticulture Fresh Produce Awarded

Large-scale-winner The Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) hosted the annual National Horticulture awards on Tuesday, 24 September 2019 at Roof of Africa in Windhoek. Each year, the Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) hosts this event in honour of the outstanding horticulture industry producers and traders. The event aims to publicly recognise the hard work, innovation and ingenuity of ...

Horticulture producers and traders in fresh produce to be awarded

Horticulture producers & traders to be awarded

Event: National Horticulture Day & Award CeremonyDate: Wednesday, 26 September 2018 (Full day event, including the official programme, excursions leading into a networking braai)Venue: Olushandja (Epalela) in the Omusati Region Each year, the Namibian Agronomic Board (NAB) brings the horticulture industry together to publicly recognise the hard work, innovation and ingenuity of horticulture producers and traders

Horticultural Producer of The Year- Application form

Each year, the Namibian Agronomic Board recognises local producers of horticulture fresh fruit and vegetables with the Horticultural Producer of the Year Awards. The awards celebrate the professional, innovative and sustainable approach of our horticulture producers and showcase their passion and dedication in raising the profile of the important role they play in producing food

Good maize harvest predicted despite army worms

The Namibian Agronomic Board, at its Board meeting on the 28th March 2017 noted the predicted marketable white maize harvest for mid-2017 to be approximately 69 000 tons. If one would add the possible “second” harvest of approximately 3 000 tons from the Green Schemes on the northern rivers (to be planted as soon as

2015 National horticulture day held at sonop on the banks of the orange river

Windhoek, 28 September 2015: The achievements of Namibian producers and traders in fresh fruit and vegetables were recognised at the 2015 National Horticulture Day on Wednesday, 23 September 2015 at farm Sonop at Noordoewer on the banks of the Orange River. The National Horticulture Day is organised by the Namibian Agronomic Board annually and nominees

Namibia Horticulture production & trade celebrated in Outapi

Namibia Horticulture production & trade celebrated in Outapi The Year, Mr Epafras Hilengwa Iyambo made reference to the recently implemented Special Potato and Onion Scheme, an agreement between the Potato and Onion Producer’s Association (POPA) and the Namibia Association of Traders in Fresh Produce (NATFP). The agreement is implemented and administered by the NAB and ...

Fed mwabi is the 2014 Zambezi dryland maize champion

Fred mwabi

The Zambezi Dryland Maize Champion has been awarded. Fred Mwabi was awarded with his trophy, certificate and farming equipment or a visit to an agricultural show to the value of N$ 16 000.00. The prizes and certificates were awarded to him during the official opening of the recently held Zambezi Bream Festival and Cultural Festival