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Israel Agriculture - Industry - Market, Share and Trends 2023-2028

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Summary of Agriculture

Israel’s agriculture industry is characterized by innovation, technology adoption, and efficient resource management, despite challenging environmental conditions such as arid climate and limited water resources.

The sector has been pivotal in achieving food security and self-sufficiency, with a focus on high-value crops, precision farming techniques, and sustainable practices. Government support, research institutions, and private sector investments drive continuous advancements in agricultural technologies and productivity enhancement. It currently accounts for over 5% of the worlds agricultural industry.

A few initiatives reflect the Israeli government’s proactive approach towards supporting agriculture, focusing on financial assistance, sustainability measures and technological advancements to drive growth and innovation within the sector. By prioritizing agriculture as a national interest and implementing targeted policies, Israel aims to ensure the resilience and prosperity of its agricultural industry in the face of evolving challenges and opportunities.

According to our estimates – we can say that the agricultural industry in Isreal is forecasted to be a $11.78 Billion industry in 2029 from $10.16 Billion in 2023 with a CAGR of 2.50%.

Recent Trends and Insights

In recent years, Israel’s agriculture industry has witnessed trends towards precision agriculture, vertical farming, and agri-tech innovation. Precision agriculture technologies which are including: drones, sensors and AI, optimize resource use and enhance crop management practices.

Vertical farming initiatives are gaining momentum, particularly in urban areas, addressing land scarcity and promoting year-round production of high-value crops. Agri-tech startups are proliferating, focusing on areas such as biotechnology, automation, and digital farming solutions, attracting investment and driving industry growth.

Despite efforts to introduce market-oriented reforms, total support to agriculture in Israel continued to increase from 2017 to 2019. This reflects ongoing government commitment to providing financial assistance and incentives to farmers and agricultural businesses.

The Israeli government has declared agriculture as a national priority, emphasizing its importance in ensuring food security and economic stability. This recognition underscores the government’s dedication to supporting and advancing the agricultural sector through various policies and programs.

Product Insights

Israel’s agricultural product portfolio comprises a diverse range of crops, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers, tailored to local and export markets. High-value crops like avocados, citrus fruits, and cherry tomatoes are cultivated using advanced agronomic practices to ensure quality and yield.

Additionally— the country’s expertise in desert agriculture has led to innovations in arid-land farming, drip irrigation systems, and saline-resistant crops, facilitating cultivation in harsh environments.

In recent decades— Israel has made significant strides in agriculture, particularly in utilizing desert areas for farming. The country’s farmers have harnessed innovative techniques to make the desert bloom, producing crops like peppers, olive trees and flowers in regions like- the Arava valley along the Israel-Jordanian border.

Israeli agriculture has been at the forefront of technological innovation which is focusing on sustainable practices and efficient resource management. The country’s expertise in farming under arid and desert conditions has positioned it as a global leader in agricultural technology, with a strong emphasis on research and development.

Key Companies

Some major players within this vast domain of industry are:

  • Netafim
  • Tnuva
  • Haifa Group
  • Hazera Seeds
  • Kibbutz Sde Eliyahu

Strauss Group

  • Adama Agricultural Solutions
  • G. Rodenstock & Co.
  • AgroMikoel
  • Alel Agro

Country Analysis

Different regions within Israel exhibit unique agricultural specialties and climatic conditions. The Negev Desert in the south is known for its pioneering efforts in desert agriculture, including the cultivation of drought-tolerant crops and research in arid-land farming techniques. The coastal plains, including areas around Tel Aviv and Haifa, are conducive to citrus and vegetable production, benefiting from mild winters and fertile soils. The Galilee region in the north is renowned for its diverse agriculture, including dairy farming, vineyards, and olive groves.

Israel’s agricultural exports have been a notable success story, with products like citrus fruits gaining international recognition under brands like Jaffa. The country has diversified its export portfolio beyond oranges to include a wide range of agricultural products, showcasing its ability to compete in global markets.

The Israeli government has played a crucial role in supporting agriculture through policies that promote research and development, sustainable practices, and adaptation to climate change. Budget allocations for agriculture research have increased significantly, enabling the sector to thrive and innovate.

Agriculture in Israel embodies a blend of ancient traditions with modern advancements, reflecting a deep-rooted connection to the land and a commitment to sustainable farming practices. The country’s journey from historical agricultural practices to cutting-edge technology showcases its resilience, innovation, and enduring success in making the desert bloom.

Market segmentation

By Type:

  • Crop farming
  • Livestock farming
  • Mixed farming (combination of crop and livestock)
  • Aquaculture (farming of fish and other aquatic organisms)
  • Horticulture (cultivation of fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants)
  • Forestry (management and cultivation of forests)

By End User:

  • Commercial farmers
  • Small-scale farmers
  • Agribusinesses and cooperatives
  • Government and research organizations
  • Retailers and distributors of agricultural products

By Sub-Sector:

  • Arable farming (crops like wheat, corn, rice, etc.)
  • Dairy farming (production of milk and dairy products)
  • Poultry farming (raising chickens, ducks, and other birds)
  • Viticulture (cultivation of grapes for wine production)
  • Floriculture (cultivation of flowers)
  • Specialty crops (such as herbs, spices, and niche products)

Our Methodology

We have offered a well-founded review of Israel’s agriculture market along with ongoing trends and upcoming projections to highlight proximate investment opportunities in this report. Moreover, an extensive analysis of any prospects, challenges, competitors, or navigating aspects is also provided. A methodical detailed regional examination is presented.

Primary Research  

Our multi-pronged research approach includes interviews with industry leaders and a global survey of advanced manufacturing professionals to gain qualitative insights. We utilize our proprietary databases encompassing key performance indicators worldwide in order to collate relevant data points. A multivariate forecasting framework considering historical performance, current dynamics and qualitative factors are utilized to develop market sizing and growth projections through 2029.

We supplement our primary research with a careful examination of secondary materials such as– case studies, news stories and references from other sources. Organizations can benefit from the strategic advice and conclusions offered because they will be better equipped to respond to the dynamic nature of this industry and seize emerging possibilities.

We employ a comprehensive and iterative research methodology focused on minimizing deviation to provide the most accurate market estimates. Our research utilizes a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches across segments and utilizes databases, primary research insights and industry experts for analysis.

Raw data is obtained from multiple sources and thoroughly filtered to ensure only authenticated and validated sources are considered. We collect data from raw material suppliers, industry associations, technology providers, and buyers to gain a holistic perspective.

Quantitative Analysis

Our market estimates are derived through statistical models, beginning with collection of historical data and analysis of macro- and micro-economic factors influencing the market. Gathered information on market dynamics, technology and pricing trends are utilised to build the models.

Econometric and technological models are applied to project short- and long-term market potential respectively. A bottom-up approach is preferred to minimize errors. Key parameters considered include market drivers and restraints, material pricing trends, regulatory scenarios, and capacity additions.

Weights are assigned to these parameters based on impact analysis and market forecasting is performed via statistical tools and techniques. We believe this methodology results in an accurate and realistic market picture.

We value your investment and offer free customization with every report to fulfil your research needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Israel National value of the Agriculture Industry is USD 1016 Billion in 2023 and is expected to grow to USD 1178 Billion by 2029

The CAGR of the Agriculture Industry Market in Israel is 2.5%

Haifa accounts for 18.3% of the total market share of the Agriculture Industry Market in Israel

The key players in Israel in Agriculture Industry Market are Netafim, Adama Agricultural Solutions, Tnuva, Hazera Seeds and Strauss Group. These industry leaders collectively contribute to shaping the landscape of this market and driving growth within the industry.

The factors driving the Agriculture Industry Market in Israel are Technological progress, R&D investment, Water resources, Organized retail and Precision farming. These factors contribute to the overall growth of this industry, establishing it as a key player in the interconnected global economy.

Summary of Agriculture

Israel’s agriculture industry is characterized by innovation, technology adoption, and efficient resource management, despite challenging environmental conditions such as arid climate and limited water resources.

The sector has been pivotal in achieving food security and self-sufficiency, with a focus on high-value crops, precision farming techniques, and sustainable practices. Government support, research institutions, and private sector investments drive continuous advancements in agricultural technologies and productivity enhancement. It currently accounts for over 5% of the worlds agricultural industry.

A few initiatives reflect the Israeli government’s proactive approach towards supporting agriculture, focusing on financial assistance, sustainability measures and technological advancements to drive growth and innovation within the sector. By prioritizing agriculture as a national interest and implementing targeted policies, Israel aims to ensure the resilience and prosperity of its agricultural industry in the face of evolving challenges and opportunities.

According to our estimates – we can say that the agricultural industry in Isreal is forecasted to be a $11.78 Billion industry in 2029 from $10.16 Billion in 2023 with a CAGR of 2.50%.

Recent Trends and Insights

In recent years, Israel’s agriculture industry has witnessed trends towards precision agriculture, vertical farming, and agri-tech innovation. Precision agriculture technologies which are including: drones, sensors and AI, optimize resource use and enhance crop management practices.

Vertical farming initiatives are gaining momentum, particularly in urban areas, addressing land scarcity and promoting year-round production of high-value crops. Agri-tech startups are proliferating, focusing on areas such as biotechnology, automation, and digital farming solutions, attracting investment and driving industry growth.

Despite efforts to introduce market-oriented reforms, total support to agriculture in Israel continued to increase from 2017 to 2019. This reflects ongoing government commitment to providing financial assistance and incentives to farmers and agricultural businesses.

The Israeli government has declared agriculture as a national priority, emphasizing its importance in ensuring food security and economic stability. This recognition underscores the government’s dedication to supporting and advancing the agricultural sector through various policies and programs.

Product Insights

Israel’s agricultural product portfolio comprises a diverse range of crops, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers, tailored to local and export markets. High-value crops like avocados, citrus fruits, and cherry tomatoes are cultivated using advanced agronomic practices to ensure quality and yield.

Additionally— the country’s expertise in desert agriculture has led to innovations in arid-land farming, drip irrigation systems, and saline-resistant crops, facilitating cultivation in harsh environments.

In recent decades— Israel has made significant strides in agriculture, particularly in utilizing desert areas for farming. The country’s farmers have harnessed innovative techniques to make the desert bloom, producing crops like peppers, olive trees and flowers in regions like- the Arava valley along the Israel-Jordanian border.

Israeli agriculture has been at the forefront of technological innovation which is focusing on sustainable practices and efficient resource management. The country’s expertise in farming under arid and desert conditions has positioned it as a global leader in agricultural technology, with a strong emphasis on research and development.

Key Companies

Some major players within this vast domain of industry are:

  • Netafim
  • Tnuva
  • Haifa Group
  • Hazera Seeds
  • Kibbutz Sde Eliyahu

Strauss Group

  • Adama Agricultural Solutions
  • G. Rodenstock & Co.
  • AgroMikoel
  • Alel Agro

Country Analysis

Different regions within Israel exhibit unique agricultural specialties and climatic conditions. The Negev Desert in the south is known for its pioneering efforts in desert agriculture, including the cultivation of drought-tolerant crops and research in arid-land farming techniques. The coastal plains, including areas around Tel Aviv and Haifa, are conducive to citrus and vegetable production, benefiting from mild winters and fertile soils. The Galilee region in the north is renowned for its diverse agriculture, including dairy farming, vineyards, and olive groves.

Israel’s agricultural exports have been a notable success story, with products like citrus fruits gaining international recognition under brands like Jaffa. The country has diversified its export portfolio beyond oranges to include a wide range of agricultural products, showcasing its ability to compete in global markets.

The Israeli government has played a crucial role in supporting agriculture through policies that promote research and development, sustainable practices, and adaptation to climate change. Budget allocations for agriculture research have increased significantly, enabling the sector to thrive and innovate.

Agriculture in Israel embodies a blend of ancient traditions with modern advancements, reflecting a deep-rooted connection to the land and a commitment to sustainable farming practices. The country’s journey from historical agricultural practices to cutting-edge technology showcases its resilience, innovation, and enduring success in making the desert bloom.

Market segmentation

By Type:

  • Crop farming
  • Livestock farming
  • Mixed farming (combination of crop and livestock)
  • Aquaculture (farming of fish and other aquatic organisms)
  • Horticulture (cultivation of fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants)
  • Forestry (management and cultivation of forests)

By End User:

  • Commercial farmers
  • Small-scale farmers
  • Agribusinesses and cooperatives
  • Government and research organizations
  • Retailers and distributors of agricultural products

By Sub-Sector:

  • Arable farming (crops like wheat, corn, rice, etc.)
  • Dairy farming (production of milk and dairy products)
  • Poultry farming (raising chickens, ducks, and other birds)
  • Viticulture (cultivation of grapes for wine production)
  • Floriculture (cultivation of flowers)
  • Specialty crops (such as herbs, spices, and niche products)

Our Methodology

We have offered a well-founded review of Israel’s agriculture market along with ongoing trends and upcoming projections to highlight proximate investment opportunities in this report. Moreover, an extensive analysis of any prospects, challenges, competitors, or navigating aspects is also provided. A methodical detailed regional examination is presented.

Primary Research  

Our multi-pronged research approach includes interviews with industry leaders and a global survey of advanced manufacturing professionals to gain qualitative insights. We utilize our proprietary databases encompassing key performance indicators worldwide in order to collate relevant data points. A multivariate forecasting framework considering historical performance, current dynamics and qualitative factors are utilized to develop market sizing and growth projections through 2029.

We supplement our primary research with a careful examination of secondary materials such as– case studies, news stories and references from other sources. Organizations can benefit from the strategic advice and conclusions offered because they will be better equipped to respond to the dynamic nature of this industry and seize emerging possibilities.

We employ a comprehensive and iterative research methodology focused on minimizing deviation to provide the most accurate market estimates. Our research utilizes a combination of bottom-up and top-down approaches across segments and utilizes databases, primary research insights and industry experts for analysis.

Raw data is obtained from multiple sources and thoroughly filtered to ensure only authenticated and validated sources are considered. We collect data from raw material suppliers, industry associations, technology providers, and buyers to gain a holistic perspective.

Quantitative Analysis

Our market estimates are derived through statistical models, beginning with collection of historical data and analysis of macro- and micro-economic factors influencing the market. Gathered information on market dynamics, technology and pricing trends are utilised to build the models.

Econometric and technological models are applied to project short- and long-term market potential respectively. A bottom-up approach is preferred to minimize errors. Key parameters considered include market drivers and restraints, material pricing trends, regulatory scenarios, and capacity additions.

Weights are assigned to these parameters based on impact analysis and market forecasting is performed via statistical tools and techniques. We believe this methodology results in an accurate and realistic market picture.

We value your investment and offer free customization with every report to fulfil your research needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Israel National value of the Agriculture Industry is USD 1016 Billion in 2023 and is expected to grow to USD 1178 Billion by 2029

The CAGR of the Agriculture Industry Market in Israel is 2.5%

Haifa accounts for 18.3% of the total market share of the Agriculture Industry Market in Israel

The key players in Israel in Agriculture Industry Market are Netafim, Adama Agricultural Solutions, Tnuva, Hazera Seeds and Strauss Group. These industry leaders collectively contribute to shaping the landscape of this market and driving growth within the industry.

The factors driving the Agriculture Industry Market in Israel are Technological progress, R&D investment, Water resources, Organized retail and Precision farming. These factors contribute to the overall growth of this industry, establishing it as a key player in the interconnected global economy.

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