Netafim, the global leader in smart irrigation solutions for a sustainable future, announced today that it will be exhibiting at Mushroom Days 2016, which will take place in Den Bosch, the Netherlands, on June 1-3.
In June this year we again had the Netafim Academy for Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries.
We had 26 sales women and man, from Spain, Mexico, Cuba, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil.
They came to Israel for 2 full weeks in which they learned about our history and backbone,
Netafim and SSC products and applications, Sales and Marketing and toured Jerusalem and the Galilee.
The Academy took place in Hatzerim. Niv Dardik and Michi Uner were the Academy Directors and did a beautiful and professional job!
It was a great group of people that will lead their companies' sales in the near future!
June 29, 2016
Do you have a Hands-On relationship with your corn crop?
In this era of technological innovation, we sometimes forget that we still have a direct connection to our soil. Just grasp your soil in your hands: feel its moisture, see how it responds, and you can see if your irrigation goals are being met in every stage of your corn's growing cycle – no matter what type of soil you have.
To get in better touch with your corn crops, visit our website today: www.netafim.com
June 27, 2016
Netafim Turkistan has successfully delivered the 3rd phase of the Zugdidi Greenhouse Park in Georgia.
After completing a 2.5 Ha greenhouse and renovating another that spread over 3 Ha, the team has delivered another 3.5 Ha poly greenhouse, heated by geo-thermal water, and equipped with a high pressure fogging system for cooling and maintaining required humidity levels.
In the future, the park is expected to have additional 10Ha of greenhouses and a unique, Netafim-designed energy center that will control the entire park.
Many thanks to our devoted Netafim Turkistan team
June 23, 2016
Women may comprise half of the world’s agricultural workforce, but they produce less food than male growers due to limited access to resources such as new technologies.
Better access to drip irrigation and other technologies can help women close the food production gap with their male counterparts, and make the world a more sustainable, better place.
Rachel Shaul, Netafim’s Head of Marketing, offers some insights into the issue after having interviewed women growers in Gujarat, India.
We welcome you to read her article. http://bit.ly/1ZNbHHI
Photo of Sunitaben Rajeshbhai Patel, village of Chodiwad, Gujarat, India
June 21, 2016
Natan Barak, Head of Commercial, Americas Division
Live from Netafim Academy