The Embassy of Israel to South Africa invites you to an Israel fieldcrop seminar in Bloemfontein

February 10, 2012 at 2:14 pm | Posted in Africa, Agriculture, Food, Irrigation, Israel, South Africa | Leave a comment
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The Embassy of Israel to South Africa cordially invites you to:

ISRAEL FIELDCROP SEMINAR

PARADYS EXPERIMENTAL FARM, BLOEMFONTEIN

 WEDNESDAY 29TH FEBRUARY 2, 2012

 

The highlights of Israeli Agriculture include:

  • Application methods for growing crops in regions with unsuitable soil
  • Application of post-harvest methods, means and treatment for lengthening shelf life and preventing crop rotting
  • Greenhouse systems, including specialized plastic films and heating, ventilation and structure systems, enabled farmers to grow more than three million roses per hectare per season and an average of 300 tons of tomatoes per hectare per season, four times the yields of open fields.
  • Innovative technologies and accessories such as drip irrigation, automatic valves and controllers, automatic filtration, low discharge sprayers, use of low saline content water, mini- sprinklers, compensated drippers and sprinklers.

Presentations by:

IssacIssac, Agricultural Attaché, Embassy of Israel to South Africa

                Israeli’s Support of Emerging Farmers in South Africa

Gaby Levanon, Regional Manager, Netafim

                Subsurface  dripIrrigation

Or Pearl, Trade Attache, Embassy of Israel to South Africa

                                Israeli agricultural innovations

To register your attendance, you may contact Kgomoco Letlhoo (Ms.), Embassy of Israel at 011 783 9605 and israeltrade.johannesburg@gmail.com or click this link Rsvp

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