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A new program in Israel aims to help farmers improve their water management and water quality.
Zion Energy Management, which has operated in Israel since the 1970s, is working with agricultural experts and researchers in the United States to create a program for the farming community to share and share the knowledge and best practices to improve water quality, reduce CO2 emissions and increase yield.
The program is one of many initiatives underway by the Israeli government and private entities to help Israel’s farmers improve water management, according to a statement from the agriculture ministry.
It is also part of a broader effort to increase Israel’s water security and sustainability by increasing the supply of water for agriculture and industrial use.
The goal is to increase water production by 15 percent by 2050, according the statement.
Israel has experienced some of the worst drought in the world, with millions of farmers facing shortages and the population of the country suffering from water shortages and malnutrition.
In July, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced the first stage of the government’s water and irrigation plan to ensure water security in the country, which is one part of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
According to the ministry, this is the first time in Israel’s history that farmers are taking part in a program to improve the water management of their land.
In its statement, the ministry said the program aims to increase the productivity of farmers in the area by improving water management practices.
“Israel is one the world’s leading producers of natural gas and one of the world leaders in developing water resources for the needs of agriculture, and it is imperative that the country’s farmers learn how to make the most of this natural resource, the statement said.
The ministry said in a statement that this is part of efforts to improve farmers’ water management to better protect their water supply.
The first phase of the program will be available by 2020, with a second phase to follow in 2021.
The Israeli farming industry is an industry that employs some 20 million people in the state of Israel.