ISRAEL AGRITECH 2015: April 28-30

ISRAEL AGRITECH 2015: April 28-30
Ms. Jo-Nie Raagas at (632) 883-9509 or email:
ZAC B. SARIAN in a greenhouse in the Arava Desert planted to sweet pepper. About 60 percent of Israel’s vegetable exports come from the Arava Desert.

The 19th International Agricultural Exhibition and Conference, Agritech Israel 2015 for short, will be held at the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds in Tel Aviv on April 28 to 30.

This international agricultural exhibition is held every three years, bringing together more than 7,000 foreign visitors from 115 countries to interact with the leading international agricultural technology companies.

This year’s Agritech conference will focus on the Post-Harvest and Food Losses Technologies,” according to Doron Hemo, head of Economic and Trade Mission in the Philippines. The international conference will also highlight the “Innovation Pavilion” and Agrivest-Investors Conference.

Ms. Jo-Nie Raagas at (632) 883-9509 or email:
Amnon Navon (right), with Zac B. Sarian, is one of the first settlers of Arava Desert. He and 39 other young men and women settled in the Arava Desert in 1959. Amnon was only 18 years old then. Now he is 78 years old, operating a five-hectare farm planted to vegetables under greenhouse.

The exhibitions, on the other hand, will cover a variety of fields such as agricultural machinery and greenhouses, livestock and dairy farming, fertilizers and chemicals, irrigation and water management, turnkey projects and knowledge transfer, organic agriculture, innovations and plasticulture, precise agriculture and computers, seeds and nurseries, ย post-harvest treatment and much more.

Attendees will witness firsthand the most up-to-date and comprehensive agricultural technologies, new ideas and innovations in agriculture.

Ms. Jo-Nie Raagas at (632) 883-9509 or email:
An unusual variety of eggplant in Israel

Those interested from the Philippines may contact Ms. Jo-Nie Raagas at (632) 883-9509 or email:

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