From drip irrigation to hardier seeds, Israeli innovations help fill hungry bellies everywhere.
Imagine if we told you that there is a certain area of land in the world where its fertility is dependent upon the people that dwell in that land. Would seem pretty preposterous right? Agriculture doesn’t work like that. Either a land is fertile or it isn’t – it doesn’t depend on which group of… Read more »
For more than 100 days, Israelis – both Jews and Arabs – have lived under the constant threat of agricultural terrorism. Gazan Islamists have sent incendiary kites, balloons – and even inflated condoms – that have desecrated thousands of acres of arable land. “The fields are black. This is our only country. We have nowhere… Read more »