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Why do Indian farmers grow crops using this Israeli technology, which leads to double income?

Israeli technology

Indian farmers are also earning good profits by using Israeli technology in farming. Due to farming using Israeli technology, the productivity of the land is also increasing.

Farming with Israeli technology:

 Israel is always in the news for its technology, whether it is the defense system Iron Dome or various new systems used in farming. This is the reason why Indian farmers are also asked to adopt Israeli technology. Many farmers of India are doing this and getting excellent profits. Let us know which are those techniques by using which Indian farmers are earning handsomely.  

Many projects are being run in Israel for modern cultivation of fruits, flowers and vegetables. Many agreements have also been signed between India and Israel to increase cooperation in the field of agriculture. In these agreements, special attention has been given to protected farming. According to reports, due to the protected farming techniques that Indian farmers have learned from Israel, any fruit is available to eat in any season. With the help of this technique the environment is controlled and farming is done.

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The environment is prepared according to the crop

This includes insect repellent net house, green house, plastic low-high tunnel and drip irrigation. No matter what the weather is like outside, through this technology the environment is created according to the fruits, flowers and vegetables. Due to which farmer brothers are growing many crops and selling them at good prices. Farmers even get double the prices for many crops. According to experts, this farming can be adopted in all types of climates of the world like temperate, sub-temperate, tropical etc. Apart from this, due to protected farming, the productivity of land increases significantly.

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