Farmers from California to China have a new Israeli tool in the struggle to assure food security in coming decades.
‘We thought we could give these kids something beyond what they get in sessions with a social worker or psychologist,’ says Kaima founder.
Israeli research shows that most newly hatched fish are destined to die because of a physics-related inability to feed from their environment.
The uManage platform from Israeli drip-irrigation pioneer Netafim gives growers all the real-time data needed to make the best decisions for their crops.
CommonSensor wireless device works with the automatic irrigation system to water crops only when they’re thirsty.
Israel’s BioFishency provides a plug-and-play product to cut down on water usage and produce healthier fish. A beta site is to be set up in Jericho.
Israeli university experiments with coffee waste on rooftop garden. Will the plants get a buzz?
Though Israel is in the throes of the worst drought in its history, smart planning averted a crisis. The same tactics could help California.
Israel’s Catalyst Agtech has a product that can be mixed with pesticides and herbicides to keep them from contaminating groundwater after use.