SUBSCRIBE or renew your subscription to SA Forestry magazine now – only R275 per year for five issues – and you could be a winner of TheTreeApp.

This award-winning app is loaded onto your phone or tablet and contains comprehensive info, images and distribution maps about 1100 trees indigenous and alien trees growing in South Africa. Use TheTreeApp to help you identify trees in a simple step-by-step process, and record interesting sightings. The location function reduces the list to just the trees found in your area. It’s interactive, it’s fun and it will help you discover the magic of the trees around you. Botanical and common names of trees are listen in all of SA’s 11 official languages. And you don’t need an internet connection to use the App once it’s loaded onto your phone.


Competition Rules
All new and renewing SA Forestry magazine subscribers whose subscriptions are received between 10 March and 4 May 2020 will be entered into the Competition, and stand a chance to win TheTreeApp. The winner will be announced in the May 2020 edition of SA Forestry magazine.

SAF Subscription Prizewinners
Five SA Forestry subscribers won Consol Solar Jars in last month’s competition:
Norman Weber, Piet Retief
Kevin Cazalet, Winston Park
Jim Matsho, Richards Bay
Harry Robinson, NBR Harvesting, Sabie
Jacques Theron, Howick

Harry Robinson, from NBR Harvesting, Sabie, with his Consol Solar Jar.


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20 May, 2020

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‘Survival’ the key for small-scale growers

20 May, 2020

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Forestry events postponed or Zoom-ed

19 May, 2020

Covid virus lockdown and business disruptions have seen a…

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Two new heads from Waratah

18 May, 2020

When it comes to harvester heads, diversity is key….

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New book focuses on insect conservation

12 May, 2020

Stellenbosch University’s Prof Michael Samways has penned a new…

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