Israel have done it again by bringing on board a modern rice cultivation machine.This is the Janpan Agriculture Technology – a Modern Rice Cultivation. Agriculture in Israel is a highly developed industry.
Israel is a major exporter of fresh produce and a world-leader in agricultural technologies despite the fact that the geography of Israel is not naturally conducive to agriculture.More than half of the land area is desert, and the climate and lack of water resources do not favor farming.
Israel have made a great move technologically in terms of rice cultivation in the pas.On March 20th,2016,the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference which was held in Washington, D.C.
The goal of the novel project was to reduce the vast amount of water ordinarily used in growing rice.The first sustainable farming initiative leveraging Israel’s pioneering research and innovation in water technology began in spring at Conaway Ranch in Woodland, California.
Due to the diversity of the land and climate across the country, Israel is able to grow a wide range of crops. Field crops grown in the country include wheat, sorghum and corn. On 215,000 hectares of land, these sorts of crops are grown, 156,000 hectares of which are winter crops.
Grain production is a major yield in terms of its agriculture produce.Only 20% of the land area is naturally arable. In 2008 agriculture represented 2.5% of total GDP and 3.6% of exports.
While farm workers made up only 3.7% of the work force, Israel produced 95% of its own food requirements, supplementing this with imports of grain, oil seeds, meat, coffee, cocoa and sugar.
With this technology on board Israel have a great future in terms of rice production.I believe many other rice farming communities will adapt to this technology in no time.We say great thanks to the team which brought this amazing technology on board.