From Traditional Agriculture To Value Agriculture
Thinking Out Of The Plot
Creative approach, in the plot and out of it, is crucial for farmers economical survival. AgriQuality's service range combine innovative and advanced agronomic as well as business support in agriculture sector.
Being well connected to the agri-business sector, we are well familiar with the cost reduction need and increasing Green Regulations that will force agriculture to use less resources and to become more productive.
We are updated with the development of precise agriculture and the crucial resources shortage (land, water, and labor) that lay the foundations for high tech solutions for agriculture.
During the last few years we have focused our efforts on the Indian market. You're welcome to visit our India page to see more.
AgriQuality In Glance
AgriQuality is a global consultancy and Agri-projects' integration and management firm.
Among our customers one can find technology companies, perishables exporters and farmers.
During the last few years we have focused our efforts on the Indian market.
We have perfected our abilities in this market to the level of helping Indian as well as foreign companies to "close a deal".
Last week , Dabik's Catchy sheets from were placed in a demonstration greenhouse in the Pune area, India. Despite the difficulties of the corona, we continue to promote products of Israeli companies in India. In the photo, a demonstration plot of cherry tomatoes. Immediately after planting Catchy sheets were placed in order to prevent the development of insect populations in the greenhouse.
"precision agriculture"- course of agritech training center in Ofakim
it is easy to recognize that innovation, the willingness to try something new, to dare and learn, are characteristics of those involved in Israeli agriculture.
And it is these that have brought Israel its special global status.
The next innovative step, the next leap, is precise agriculture - the adoption of "precision agriculture" tools to maximize profits from every acre.
This is the subject of the course that opened last week as part of Ofakim's agritech training center.