By NaanDanJain: Maoz Aviv, Chief Agronomist
Published at : IsraelAgri November Edition 2018
In an interview in IsraelAgri November 2018 edition, Maoz Aviv, NaanDanJain's chief agronomist and coordinator of the Agro-tech project, explains:
"The world water crisis has worsened since the 1970s, causing tremendous agricultural crop loss due to insufficient water reservoirs for irrigation. The shortage of manpower further adds to the crisis, resulting in higher employment expenses.
All these factors cause inflated costs of the growing process, increased food prices, and instability of food supply. Thus, contemporary agriculture faces a dilemma—'to progress or to quit'.
To 'progress' means urgently adopting the most modern technology existing on the market, and entering an era of agro-tech.
Farmers understand that using modern technology not only helps to exploit reduced agricultural resources, It also increases yields, saving agricultural expenses and enabling
the reduction of produce waste to just a few percent.
NaanDanJain, as part of the farmers' aid package, has taken upon itself to supply its customers world-wide with
three new ag-tech service options: Satellite Images, Drones and Sensors.
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