A revolutionary new seed treatment from Morflora could improve the world’s agricultural output, without the need for worrying genetic engineering.
Israeli company makes a mini-sewage plant to help small wineries, olive oil and cheese-makers deal with the pollutants from their industries.
Extract from a hardy Holy Land species of bush forms the basis of a new natural insect repellent being tested in Israeli greenhouses.
Once a barren strip of desert, the Arava today has some 600 farms supplying more than 60 percent of Israel’s exports of fresh vegetables and 10% of ornamentals.
Israel’s Ben-Gurion University gets $1.3 million grant to help develop ‘Clever Robots for Crops’ that will harvest only the ripest fruits and vegetables.
Research carried out in Israel suggests that bees prefer nectar that contains caffeine and nicotine.