Articles in "Agriculture"

Israel Approves Plan to Import 92,000 Foreign Workers

Seeking to address a labor shortage, Israeli officials approved a quota of 92,000 foreign workers to fill jobs in agriculture, industry, ...

Israeli Firemen ‘Fight Fire Under Fire’ in the Galilee

After battling all night to get wildfires under control, Israeli firefighters were back in action against numerous smaller fires sparked by ...

Israeli Summer Fruit Harvest Expected to Be Larger Than Average Despite War

A Ministry of Agriculture review's findings indicate Israeli farmers will harvest a larger than average crop of nectarines, peaches, plums ...

Israel Expects No Shortages of Agricultural Products Due to Turkish Trade Ban

Israel’s Ministry of Agriculture stated that, as of this moment, no shortage of agricultural products is expected in Israel due to the ...

India to Send 10,000 Laborers to Israel by June

As Israel grapples with a shortage of workers in agriculture and construction, India promised on Tuesday to send 10,000 laborers by ...

Israeli-Led Research Team Unlocks New Era in Plant Cloning Technology

An international team of Israeli-led researchers unveiled a significant improvement to the process of genetically cloning plants, ...

Israeli Scientists Extend Produce Shelf Life with Sound Waves and Edible Nanoparticles

Israeli researchers have developed a revolutionary method of preserving natural produce involving sound waves and edible nanoparticles. The ...

Tomatoes of Tomorrow: Israeli Innovation Cuts Water Usage Without Yield Compromise

Israeli researchers have successfully utilized genetic editing technology to cultivate tomato varieties that consume less water as they ...

Israeli Farmers Get Green Light to Expand Cultivation Areas

In a bid to address a wartime manpower shortage in Israel's agricultural sector, farmers will be allowed to increase their cultivation ...

‘A Shortage of Hands’: Israeli Farmers Praise Higher Quota for Foreign Workers

Leading figures in Israel's agricultural sector expressed their support for the government increasing the quota of foreign ...