About 14% of the province’s land area is natural grazing land which is used in the production of beef, mutton, poultry, dairy and wool
The City of Mbombela area in the Lowveld is South Africa’s second-biggest producer of citrus fruit, while more than half of South Africa’s soya bean crop is produced in the Mpumalanga’s Highveld areas
The agriculture sector in Mpumalanga can be divided into two broad categories:
Summer Cereals and Legumes – This consists of maize, soya, canola, and sunflower that has – in the main – been cultivated in the Highveld region of the province
Tropical, subtropical and Citrus Fruits, Nuts, and Cane sugar – These are mainly cultivated in the Lowveld region of the Province
Mpumalanga is one of South Africa’s most productive and important agricultural regions and plays a key role in the export profile of South Africa, primarily in fruit and nuts. Also, a labour intensive industry where the necessary jobs are created
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