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Moscow's official reason for halting food imports from Turkey is that they suddenly do not meet "sanitary regulations."
A religious kibbutz grows and exports the spiders that eat up smaller spiders that damage crops in Colombia.
PM Netanyahu is set to meet in Italy with PM Renzi and then visit Israel's pavilion at Expo 2015 in Milan.
Israeli farmers say in some cases the Shmitah year actually has a long way to go; another year, in fact.
PA Arabs illegally living in pre-1967 Israel suspected of killing an Israeli farmer.
Israel's farmers brought the first fruits of the field to Pres. Reuven Rivlin and his wife Nechama on this eve of Shavuoth.
AgriTech startups feature new crops, treatments, waste reduction and yield enhancement at Israel's AgriVest conference.
The Gazans said they missed Gush Katif and working with the Jewish Settlers, at a conference of Gazan and Israeli farmers and importers held in Israel.
China’s Yuanda Enterprise Group announced last week that it had bought the Israeli company AutoAgronome Israel Ltd for $20 million in order to expand its business to high-tech agriculture.
Israelis in the Golan Heights are caught between a rock and a hard place.
Nevada is hoping to share best practices on water and crops with Israel In a campaign to revitalize its barren terrain. The desert-heavy U.S. state’s...
A 10-member delegation of dairy farmers from the Punjab region of India recently visited Israel to participate in a training program about modern dairy...
Signs of the agricultural revolution in the Stone Age were found in northern Israel. Archaeologists discovered remains of an ancient village, along with sexual symbols.
Israelis are excited over the latest tourists – locusts – while the Agriculture Ministry is making sure the pests have a short stay. Armchair preachers are having as field day with the new arrivals.
Poland's attorney general has asked the country's Constitutional Court to investigate the constitutionality of ritual slaughter. Andrzej Seremet said that he believes the minister of...
An 81 year old Israeli scientist whose revolutionary irrigation methods have saved and improved the lives of millions of people throughout the Middle East, Africa, Asia, and South America, has received the prestigious World Food Prize, according to an announcement made by the foundation on Tuesday.
The stormy winter Israel is experiencing this year harbors very good news for the country's loveliest tourist attraction, which is also a major source of its drinking water.
A slew of new Israeli innovations are set to make life more convenient – and more viable – all over the world.