Tuesday, 23 July 2024

In Agriculture

How Israel became the Most Advanced Country in Agriculture

At the beginning of the nineteenth century, early settlers who decided to settle in the lands of Israel faced a huge challenge: how to farm in conditions of sweltering heat and minimal rainfall.  The land was catastrophically barren, but the desire to make this area livable was much stronger. Thus, ways to develop agriculture without water and fertile soil have been found!

How exactly did Israel manage to become the capital of advanced technologies in this area? We will find out in this video on the Innovative Techs channel. Water scarcity has been and remains a problem that humanity has faced throughout history. But if earlier, a relatively small part of the world's population suffered from a lack of water, then in the last century this problem has reached a global scale.

Source: Innovative Techs

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