Richard Klapholz, PDG de Rivulis-Eurodrip (Photo E. Amar)

(Français) Goutte-à-goutte : une fruiterie de 700 Ha au Congo-B irriguée grâce à Rivulis (Israël)

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(Français) Israël – Togo : coopération pour améliorer les cultures maraîchères

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D1000 on Onion Plantation

Rivulis Drip Tape/Lines, Software and More

  We interviewed Sharon Morag, Regional Sales Manager at Rivulis who is responsible for the following markets: former CIS countries and Turkey. Sharon has...

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La structure du groupe Maabarot

Maabarot Products (Israel) invests 20M$ in French company Algaia

Maabarot Products is Israel’s leading developer, manufacturer, and marketer of a wide range of advanced nutrition and health products for people and pets. The...

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Mrs. Ntitiri Pascasia (Passy) Washeba, Dr. Peter Ngategize, Mrs. Dorcus Otim, with Joseph Shevel, GIMI President

(Français) Agriculture et changement climatique : le Galilée Institute (Israël) forme des décideurs africains

Galilee International Management Institute, based in northern Israel, offers capacity building courses that go far beyond imparting skills and knowledge. We teach professionals in...

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UNESCO–Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences to Volcani (Israel)

Three laureates for the fourth edition of the UNESCO–Equatorial Guinea International Prize for Research in the Life Sciences are: Agricultural Research Organization (Volcani Center,...

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Israeli company Kedma has developed tiniest cherry tomato

They say bigger is better, but in the succulent world of cherry tomatoes, one Israeli company is going smaller than ever before. “You can...

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Unripe (top) and ripe (bottom) tomatoes. Regular tomatoes (far left) start out green and turn red when ripe. In contrast, genetically engineered tomatoes assume different shades of red-violet, depending on whether they produce betalains (second from left), pigments called anthocyanins (second from right) or betalains together with anthocyanins (far right)

Weizmann and Hebrew U. (Israel): GMO vegetables and flowers pigments againts cancer

Color in the plant kingdom is not merely a joy to the eye. Colored pigments attract pollinating insects, they protect plants against disease, and...

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