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Israeli Agriculture

From oranges to drip irrigation

by Israel Today Staff

In antiquity, the biblical lands between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea were known for their agricultural bounty. With the beginning of the return of the Jews to Israel a century ago, the land was once again planted, the desert again bloomed. Hundreds of communal agricultural villages sprung up. Young Israeli pioneers joyously worked the soil. Who still remembers the famous Jaffa oranges?


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