You’ve heard about drip irrigation and cherry tomatoes, but there are hundreds of Israeli technologies changing the world’s farms for the better. ISRAEL21c chooses the top 12.
Israel’s Enzootic makes prawn farmers an appetizing offer: a treatment method to control and rear the crustaceans by gender.
Agricultural technology took center stage at the second annual Agrivest in Tel Aviv, drawing reps of major firms such as Monsanto and PepsiCo.
LivinGreen’s pioneering Israeli method combines aquaculture and hydroponics to create better farming for a hungry planet.
Government and business officials come home from Vietnam with plans for a joint agriculture R&D fund and a free-trade agreement.
Israeli researchers uncover link between drought and the rapid decline of ancient civilizations, using pollen samples from under water.
ISRAEL21c visits the bi-annual Water Technology and Environment Control Exhibition and Conference to see what’s flowing onto the market.
An Israeli seed-tech company’s yield-enhancement method aims to put more food on the table in a growing world.
Shimon Gepstein’s researchers forgot to water their engineered tobacco plants, stumbling upon a huge innovation for a hungry planet.
Sounds impossible, but Israel’s desert is considered one of the best places in the world to harvest tropical fish and marine plants for export.