By: David Shamah, The Times of Israel (4 May 2015)
Making a bold statement, NaanDanJain chief agronomist Maoz Aviv says he believes his company will be able to solve some of the worst problems of world hunger.
“It’s hard to believe that a little drip system could do so much, but our new rice drip irrigation product really has the potential to vastly improve the lives of people in the developing world,”
One might be inclined to take such a claim with a grain of salt (or rice). But NaanDanJain – an Israeli-Indian firm, created in 2007 when Israeli irrigation tech firm NaanDan merged with India’s Jain Irrigation Systems – is one of the world leaders in drip-irrigation, filters, climate control systems, sprinkler systems for agriculture, and other hardware and control systems used in farms across India and the rest of Asia,
as well as in North America, South America and Europe.
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