Irrigation, plants, farm

Israeli researchers, working hand in hand with local farmers, developed new methods that not only save water, but also improve the quality of the produce.

The agricultural needs of growing crops account for the highest percentage of water usage across the globe. But what if we could learn how to grow more food using less water?

Scientists in Israel have done just that!

Using fascinating technology and cutting-edge techniques, Israel is helping to solve the world’s hunger crisis.

Watch now and learn about these exciting new advancements in water technology!

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Earth month

WATCH: April is Earth month! Agriculture is the #1 consumer of water around the world. Thanks to Israeli innovation farmers are able to “grow more with less”. Amazing! Via: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Posted by The Israel Project on Tuesday, April 3, 2018

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Sign the Declaration to Keep Jerusalem United

Ramadan Shalah sings Jerusalem Song

Jerusalem Must Remain the United Capital of Israel

I declare that Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the Jewish People and support all efforts to maintain and strengthen a united Jerusalem as the undivided capital of the State of Israel.


Source: United with Israel