• ready 2

  • oranges
  • srv fields
  • ipm cover
  • suckers
  • srv lookout
  • jbay
  • lemon
  • soft citrus
  • citrus bud
  • neslpruit
  • pickings
  • falling oranges
  • streetstall
  • citrusdal wc
  • mpumalanga
  • staff photo1
  • mandarins wet
  • richmond orchard
  • soft citrus harvesters
  • Valencias Hoedspruit
  • star ruby
  • cup
  • londi
  • staff photo3
  • Twenty Fourteen Ready-Steady-Workers

  • Oranges holding their own

  • Soil preparation and planting in the Eastern Cape

  • Integrated Pest Management for Citrus

  • Keeping career and bursary fairs sweet!

  • Sundays River Valley in the Eastern Cape

  • Orangy goodness!

  • Lemon orchards in the Northern Cape

  • Soft citrus amongst the mountains

  • Ready steady grow!

  • Citrus farm near Nelspruit in Mpumalanga

  • Seasonal pickings

  • Citrus showers

  • Letsitele citrus sellers

  • Citrus beneath the Cederberg mountains

  • Delicious..

  • Citrus!

  • Juicy mandarins..

  • Richmond orchard

  • Soft citrus harvesters

  • Valencia orchard in Hoedspruit

  • Star ruby grapefruit up close and personal

  • Citrus Academy Bursary Fund turns 10!

  • Smile!

  • Citrus Academy's women of power!

Empowering skills development in the Southern African citrus industry

The Citrus Academy is a non-profit company that was established by the Citrus Growers' Association of Southern Africa to enable human resource development in the Southern African citrus industry. Read more..

Submission of Workplace Skills Plan and Annual Training Report

on Tuesday, 23 February 2021. Posted in General

It is that time of year again, and all employers in the citrus industry are encouraged to submit their workplace skills plans and take part in the mandatory grant system. In doing so, you are eligible to get back 20% of the Skills Development Levy you pay simply by submitting your workplace skills plans and annual training reports.

Citrus Academy is launching the Citrus Short Course!

on Wednesday, 26 September 2018. Posted in General

The Citrus Short Course is a high-level programme aimed at those who already have a basic understanding of agricultural production practices and needs to expand their understanding of citrus production. The programme covers all aspects of citrus production, including the history of the industry, the roles of industry organisations, citrus production practices, and the citrus export value chain.

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