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Official sources say that discussions are continuing, but in the meantime the lease in Tzofar has been extended for an additional agricultural season, meaning about half a year.
“Israel will not allow boycotts of any kind against Israeli produce,” the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories, Maj.-Gen. Kamil Abu Rukun announced on Saturday.
India has just banned a ‘last-hope’ drug misused in livestock, and the WHO has launched a campaign against drug-resistant bacteria. But Israel isn’t doing very much.
Before the Start-Up Nation became world-renowned, for 60 years MASHAV exported Israel’s most valuable resource: its innovative spirit.
By NOA AMOUYAL
“Taking an animal, grabbing it by its legs or wings, twisting in the air and hurting it – this is cruelty.”
By HADAS LABRISCH
“This is a huge opportunity for Israel and for African farmers, an opportunity that Israeli technology can change the lives of independent African farmers."
By JONATHAN WEBER ROSEN
Tomato customs taxes are usually 91 agurot per kilogram during the time when this will be in effect. The removal of customs might allow for a wider selection and lower prices on tomatoes.
By OREN OPPENHEIM
"I personally refrain from eating eggs from Israel," said the Director-General of the Agriculture Ministry, Ariel Whitman
By YVETTE J. DEANE
On July 30 to August 1, the Israeli organization Startup Nation Central facilitated a delegation between the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa and Israeli startup organizations.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A look at three different Israel businesses operating in Area C of the West Bank that hire Palestinian workers, and their struggles and triumphs in an attempt to foster peace.
By DAPHNA KRAUSE
Biofeed lures decreased infestation of two strains of flies by up to 95% in recently completed trial in Togo
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN/ ISRAEL21C.ORG
Shtetl Skills sessions also tie into the Jewish lunar calendar, often connected to holidays. For example,on Shavuot the Jewish Farm School offers bread making and beer brewing classes.
By ANYA VAN WAGTENDONK/PHILLY.COM
“For our honeymoon, we wanted to see other farms and find out what we’re interested in,” Tracey said. “We want to start doing farming for real.”
By LARRY PENKAVA/THE COURIER TRIBUNE
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