Entrance of the AgroMashov in a not as usual wet Israël.
The booth of a potato and carrot grower. He could already show the early potatoes.
Early potatoes from Israël.
Shiri Silagi from Agriver and Sander Bruins Slot from FreshPlaza. Agriver had the chance to meet the growers at the show. Besides the fresh produce, Agriver aslo have flowers and ornamental fish and their assortment. www.agriver.co.il
Jamal Al-khalili and Maisa Manasrah are growers of dates from Jericho. www.nakheelpal.com
The Jericho date assortment of Nakheel Palestine.
Jamir presents his cherry tomatoes
The assortment of Agri Pal, grower of capsicum, tomatoes and fresh herbs.
The freshAgroMashov was proud to have a Palestinean Pavillon at their show.
David Levy is based in the office in the United States for Yagoda.
The booth of Fresh Yagoda full with customers. They import and export a lot of produce from Israël.
Avi Paz, CEO of Agro Mashov, was explaining in an interview what the new vision is from the freshAgroMashov.
The Innovation Pavilion of freshAgroMashov
Organic capsicum Vitalis is a part of the Innovation Pavillion
Sweet potatoes, purple potatoes and peppers on the Innovation Pavillion.
Rainbow carrots on the Innovation Pavillion.
Rainbow carrots and tomatoes on the Innovation Pavillion.
The Barak is a variety that is already grown in Israël. The 9025 is a new variety. These are varieties that are good to grow in the Israeli climate and has a longer shelf life, which makes it able to ship over longer distance.
The Barak variety of strawberries, which is developed in 2009.
The 9025 strawberry variety
Exotic varieties at the Innovation Pavillion.
Greenhouse products from Nadya at the Innovation Pavillion.
Rijk Zwaan's Salanova
Yuval Carmel samples Salanova lettuce from Rijk Zwaan.
The only greenhouse builder of the show.
Husam Alzurba from Palestine Gardens grows, dates cucumber, peppers, tomatoes and fresh herbs. www.sinokrot.com
Tomatoes from Palestine Gardens
The wide fresh herb assortment of Palestine Gardens.
Husam Alzurba presents his capsicum and tomatoes.
A Palestinean exhibitor presents his fresh herbs on the television.
The exhibitor explains Minister of Agriculture, Orit Noked, how to survive in the desert. The cactus plant has fruit on top, which is very juicy and the green leaves are also edible.
The fruit on top of the cactus plant have different colors and are sweet and juicy.
The green leaves of the cactus plant are edible and are already cut and presented in punnets.
Avi Kadan on the left with his team of Ada Fresh.
Amos Orr from Aviv explains about the edible flowers and their assortment. www.aviv-flowers.co.il
Aviv sells the edible flowers in boxes with 10 different varieties of edible flowers.
The box contains 10 different varieties of edible flowers.
Tomato varieties of Aviv
The assortment of tomatoes from Aviv.
The booth of Yonatan's Farms, the company has an office in Russia and Israël.
Pierre Escodo from Eurofresh Distribution
Ramat Negev Desert AgroResearch Center is a R&D company that find varieties suitable to grow in the desert.
The yellow area is the area where Ramat Negev Desert AgroResearch Center is focussing on.
The Ramat Negev Desert AgroResearch Center presents the Salikornia and tomatoes. The tomatoes are very sweet.
A few crops that are able to grow in the Negev desert.
These tomatoes grown in the Negev desert are very sweet.
An apple to give away as a gift.
BeFresh has got a Russian and Israeli office.
Seed breeder in Israël with their assortment.
The distributor of Unitec in Israël was also at the show.
When you have to drive longer distance in sandy areas, you can take a small car or a bike to go easily through the sand.
Eldad ENgelberg from Mor promotes the Sharon Fruit.
Former employee of Agrexco had the chance to talk again with Jan van den Heuvel through phone.
Jean-Paul Nuitjen from Haluco was at the show after a tour in the country, where he met different of his suppliers.
Saks Vladimir and Irina Mudrova from Yonatan's Farm
Tel Aviv faces a unique storm during freshAgroMashov