Entries by juan@tinygiantstudios.co.uk

Water is Life

What is the importance of water? “Water is life” is such a common expression that we use it almost as a cliché. However, that phrase is probably one of the most powerfully true messages the whole creation bears witness to. If, as we learn from geography, the earth is 2 3 water, and science says […]

Jackson’s “Sweet Sunrise”

The Jackson Low Seeded (LS) grapefruit was discovered by Mr Ferdi Esselen on a farm in the Karino area near Nelspruit in the Mpumalanga Province in South Africa. The Jackson LS is protected by Plant Breeder’s Rights as per the Plant Breeder’s Right Act No 15 of 1976 (as amended), which prohibits illegal propagation (PBR […]

Lions on Vergenoeg Farm

5 April 2016 Piet Simelane our Senior Section  leader at Vergenoeg Farm was the first to experience the presence of the Kruger National Park lions on Vergenoeg farm. As from the end of January the residents of Vergenoeg Farm were no longer neighbors to the lions they were now guests on the farm. Please refer […]

Newest Member of the Family

Komati Group is very proud to announce the addition of one of the oldest and best-known citrus farms to our family. After lengthy negotiations and a long wait for approval, the farms of Crocodile Valley Citrus – now known as Crocodile River Estate – were transferred to Golden Frontiers Citrus on 13 June 2018. Crocodile […]

Entomology News Flash

Komati Group is driven by the concept of sustainable agriculture, meeting the current need of fruit to the industry without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Sustainable agriculture in the pest and disease control division includes the implementation of an integrated pest and disease management (IPM/IDM) program. However, phytosanitary pests […]