Articles in "Agriculture"

Ministry of Agriculture: At this Stage Locust Invasion not Disturbing, Situation Monitored

Small flocks of locusts invaded Israel over the weekend and were spotted in the Arava region in the south prompting the Ministry of ...

Israeli Agro-Tech Startup Helps Australian Farmers Pollinate Almonds

Israeli agro-tech startup Edete Precision Technologies for Agriculture is due to begin commercial-scale field trials of its artificial ...

Israel Seizes 3.5 Tons of Smuggled Strawberries from Gaza in Past Week

Israeli authorities have seized about three and a half tons of strawberries in some 670 boxes caught during nine operations to seize ...

Israel Thwarts 5 Attempts to Smuggle Strawberries from Gaza in Past Week

Israeli authorities have seized about eight tons of strawberries caught during five different attempts to smuggle strawberries from the ...

Israeli Conference on Contending with Desertification Attended by UAE, Iran

Nearly 2,000 people are participating in Ben-Gurion University's 2020 Drylands, Deserts & Desertification Conference (DDD) which began ...

Fruits of Peace: Israeli Produce Goes on Sale at Dubai Markets

Trade between Israel and Dubai is tightening with Carmel-Agrexco,  Israel’s largest exporter of agricultural produce, launching trade ...

Israeli University to Export Agricultural Know-How to India

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and ABAN celebrated the launch of a new initiative to build an agricultural research institute in ...

Jerusalem Deploys Sheep to Fight Fires

The Jerusalem Municipality has decided to adopt a novel approach to fighting fires and has deployed herds of livestock to prevent fires in ...

Coronavirus Creates Labor Shortage – Israeli Robots Pollinate Date Plantations

The future of agriculture and the date plantations in the Arava region and the Jordan Valley were at risk during the days of Coronavirus ...

Kibbutz Elders, Youth Rally to Save Unmarketable Flowers Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Kibbutz Kfar Etzion founders and youth worked side by side this past week to save a large crop of peony flowers that were doomed for ...