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ABOUT THE CULTIVAR

Maluma is in most regards a very easy cultivar for the farmer to manage. Maluma lends itself well to many different cultivation practices, methods and theories. Maluma needs no more attention in respects to cultivation than any other cultivar, and is no more sophisticated.

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History

Maluma, a predominantly Guatemalan cultivar with some Mexican genes, was discovered in the early 1990's by Mr. Dries Joubert on his farm Maluma, South Africa, as a chance seedling of unknown parentage, due to its similarity to Hass.

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Annual maluma day

The main aim of this day is to stimulate thought into what the modern agriculture environment brings about and, what farmers and other intermediaries can do to improve on the final product delivered to the consumer.

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Presentations MERENSKY WELCOME | Magnus Steyn – Merensky High School MALUMA WELCOME | Donovan Lewis – Maluma Avo FINANCIAL BENCHMARKS AND TWEAKS FOR INCREASED PROFITABILITY | Koos Badenhorst – Guest speaker: BDK Auditors A CASE STUDY OF EFFECTIVE IRRIGATION DESIGN, ORCHARD LAYOUT AND ENERGY USAGE | Paul van den Berg – Main sponsor: Bekmar “JOIN […]

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We would like to thank all the sponsors for Maluma symposium 2019

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Presentations session Workshops session Presentations session Live feed statistics and views Workshops session 71 views Peak of 8 viewers watching the live stream at the same time

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Presentation topic: SCHEDULING DRIP IRRIGATION. CRITICAL MEASURES AND TECHNIQUES. Date: 13 March 2019. Location: Maluma symposium 2019 – Merensky High School. Presenter(s): Willem Botha – Netafim. File Size: 0.9 MB See presentation

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Presentation topic: BLOCKCHAIN AND THE VALUE CHAIN. Date: 13 March 2019. Location: Maluma symposium 2019 – Merensky High School. Presenter(s): Mark Buhl – Data Harvest & Avotopia. File Size: 4.5 MB See presentation

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Presentation topic: AUTONOMOUS CROP ESTIMATES. Date: 13 March 2019. Location: Maluma symposium 2019 – Merensky High School. Presenter(s): Edrean Ernst – Allesbeste. File Size: 3.2 MB See presentation

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