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Israeli Development Will Assist To Maintain Agriculture In Extreme Weather Conditions

An Israeli company has developed a new method that allows at minimal expenses to heat up greenhouses even in temperatures of minus 30 degrees Celsius. The method was sold to the Government of Georgia.


Israeli developing will allow operating greenhouses even in extremely cold climate areas. The developing was recently sold to the Georgian government, now agriculturists in the country will be able to continue the growth of the vegetables and flowers in the mountainous area in an extreme winter thanks to the Israeli technological method of heating up greenhouses.
The development of Energy Industry Ltd. Company, whose developed the method which principle is hot water injected into fine tubes that create a wide surface area and spread the heat throughout the greenhouse.

Matan Drory greenhouses: “Thanks to the unique technology the greenhouse temperatures maintained stability even on the coldest days when the temperatures outside are dropping to minus 20-30 degrees Celsius. The project was executed with the cooperate of Orgil and TOP greenhouses who built the greenhouses.

Zion Suki , CEO of Energy Industry Ltd. Company, noted that the project in Georgia was particularly challenging due to the need of dealing extreme temperature we aren’t familiar in Israel. According to his the method is energy efficient since the heating loss outside of the greenhouse is very low and the agriculturist’s profits won’t hurt. Also the system allows the agricultures an disinfection of the ground between growth cycles as a replacement to Methyl Bromide whose been prohibited many years ago.


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