Subsidiaries » Agriculture

“Agriculture was the key development in the rise of sedentary human civilization, whereby farming of domesticated species created food surpluses that nurtured the development of civilization. Over one third of the world’s workers are employed in agriculture. The main problem of humanity is an ensuring food security for all, namely, to guarantee the population has regular access to high-quality food needed for an active and healthy life”- The UN Food and Agriculture Organization

AWF (which lead this activity in YR) founded on the essence of serving the cause of providing cutting edge solutions, where high degree of technological know-how and past experience are required to beat the challenges in the most difficult conditions.

AWF understand that Agriculture has significantly affected national and international economies; Agricultural food production becoming global issue, especially because of significant degradation of land and water resources. We also believe that Technological advancements help provide farmers with tools and resources to make farming more sustainable.

AWF specializes in all stages of the professional activity, from funding and planning until integration and support of technological systems to the development of methods and products that ensure the realization of effective and profitable projects.

The solutions proposed by AWF in the fields of agriculture include greenhouses, tree nurseries, net houses, tunnels and open fields on the one hand; and animal breeding farms such as pig farms, dairies, chicken coops, and aquacultures on the other.

The technological solutions provided by AWF successfully combine technologies from various related scientific fields: Computerized systems for climate control, electrical boards and cabinets, command and control, water treatment systems, and pressurized irrigation systems, as well as nutrition and fertilization systems.

AWF has a professional team of experts with both comprehensive knowledge and international experience in all the fields of agriculture.

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