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20 February 2018

Nulandis was proud to play a significant role at SARA (Salon Internationales de L’ Agricultures et des Ressources Animales)  2017, an eight-day expo that showcases direct investment opportunities in the agriculture, animal, fisheries and forestry resource sectors in Côte d'Ivoire.

Present at the exhibition were the three Ministers of Agriculture, Front Row 2nd from Left Mr Coulibally (Côte d’Ivoire),3rd from Left Mr Zokwane (South Africa) and 4th from Left Mr Akoto (Ghana)
22 November 2017

The devastating plight of farmers in the drought-stricken Northern and Western Cape has become an all too familiar feature in the news. While the only sustainable solution is rain, and plenty of it, key chemical suppliers to the agricultural sector have banded together to bring some much-needed, practical relief to the region.

28 August 2017

The latest Geoprobe technology is now available from Nulandis, enabling the company to provide soil maps of different soils on farms. This is in line with the Nu-Way approach to Nulandis’ business.

The Geoprobe is a piece of equipment that allows Nulandis to take an undisturbed soil profile. Mounted on the back of a vehicle that drives through a field, it uses GPS technology

15 July 2017

A new seven-dome multi-span tunnel, covering 2 100m2, will increase Biocult's production capabilities to supply growing demand in South Africa and worldwide.

06 June 2017

A R50 million capital expenditure project at Nulandis in Modderfontein included the installation of five 166m3 bulk stainless steel tanks for the storage of calcium nitrate and magnesium nitrate, as well as a modern tanker loading facility and a more efficient filter press. In the yard area, the existing infrastructure has been refurbished, while redundant tanks have been removed.

The new premises for the expansion of bulk tanks.
02 September 2016

Actellic gold dust is an insecticide for use against grain storage pests, grain weevil, red flour beetle and lesser grain borer in maize and other grain products. These include beans, groundnuts, rice, soya beans and pigeon peas. It preserves grain for a period of at least nine months.