Agri Tech In Israel And India:
The agricultural sector in Israel and India is booming, thanks to advances in technology.
In Israel, Agri tech is helping to increase yields and improve water efficiency. Drip irrigation, for instance, is now used on more than 90% of the country's farmland.
Meanwhile, in India, Agri tech is being used to tackle the challenges of a rapidly growing population. The government is investing heavily in initiatives like the Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, which uses technology to help farmers insure their crops against weather-related risks.
With Agri tech playing an increasingly important role in both countries, it is clear that the agricultural sector is set to continue to grow in the years ahead.
India And Israel Have Started Working Together In Agriculture Technology:
India and Israel have started working together in Agriculture Technology in a bid to further improve agricultural productivity in the year 2019. This was one of the key agreements between the two countries during the 7th Annual Meeting of the India-Israel Agricultural Cooperation Working Group in Jerusalem.
The governments of India and Israel have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate in the field of agriculture technology. The agreement was signed during the recent visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to India.
Under the terms of the MoU, the two countries will work together on a range of projects, including the development of new technology for irrigation, crop protection and soil health. In addition, the MoU will also see the two countries share knowledge and expertise in the field of agricultural research.
This is a major coup for India, which has been struggling to increase its agricultural productivity in recent years. The partnership with Israel is expected to give a significant boost to the government's efforts to modernize the country's agricultural sector.