“And all that I created for you I created, choose not to spoil or destroy it…. because if you spoil it there will be no one to correct it after you”
Model Farm for Sustainable Agriculture
The Model Farm is currently being set up at the Newe Ya’ar Research Center, in order to examine, demonstrate and disseminate among farmers the principles of Sustainable Agriculture.
What's new at the Model Farm?
Reducing Unpredictability in Soil
A BARD-funded study led by Shiri Freilich from the Newe Ya’ar Research Center and Mark Mazzola and Tracey Somera from the USDA-ARS examined metabolic network
We are hiring
Join our research team and work on optimizing phosphorous bio-availability through targeted recruitment of crop beneficial soil taxa. Dr. Shiri Freilich is looking for motivated
Investigating greenhouse gases emissions in plant invasion hotspots as a model for aquatic ecosystem restoration and management
The new year brings some success in research funding. Recently, a project led by Dr. Keren Yanuka-Golub (Galilee Society) and Dr. Maor Matzrafi (Newe Ya’ar)
Regenerative Agriculture in the Model Farm
In recent years there is significant rise in the use of the term ‘Regenerative Agriculture’ around the world and recently also in Israel. Regenerative agriculture
Just got funded – Precise application of herbicides using drones
The new year brings some success in research funding. Recently, a project led by Prof. Yael Dubowski (Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Technion) and
Just got funded – Development of a new method for determining the daily irrigation dose
The new year brings some success in research funding. Recently, a project led by Dr. Shmulik Friedman from the Institute of Soil, Water and Environmental
Just got funded – A new PRIMA project
Just before the beginning of 2023, the “PRIMA” program in which Dr. Roey Egozi and Dr. Roy Posmanik involved as the Israeli partners was awarded.
Eco-friendly Next Generation Soil Amendments for Soil and Plant Health
Dr. Eric Palevski, Newe Ya’ar Research Center. Soils are the major reservoir of global biodiversity, the substrate for supporting agriculture and food security, regulating greenhouse