Farmers warn: Imported tomatoes are diseasedAgriculturalists Federation says tomatoes from Jordan are not fit for human consumption, have viruses.
Officials: Meat, chicken shortage on the way - stock up now!Meat and chicken could be in short supply in the coming days if veterinarians go on strike as planned, government officials said.
The Dairy Industry: Fewer Farms, but More MilkIsraeli dairy production per capita one of the highest worldwide, according to Agriculture Ministry report.
Former Agriculture Minister Pesach Grupper Dies at 88Former Agriculture Minister Pesach Grupper passed away Monday night at the age of 88.
More Negev Locust Snack Food Abounds ‘On the Wing’Another new swarm of locusts has been spotted in southern Israel, as small groups break off from a “mother swarm” in Egypt.
Agriculture Ministry: No Locusts to Plague Israel for PassoverIsraeli authorities say they have managed to exterminate nearly all of the locusts that crossed the border into the country from Egypt.
No Locusts Allowed to Plague IsraelA swarm of one million locusts that was headed north from southern Israel has been stopped dead in its tracks.
Egg Producers: Pay Us More, Or We'll Break ThemWithin days, they Israelis will begin to notice a shortage of eggs due to a strike called by egg producers.
Pesach, Yom Ha'atzmaut Have Cows on the RunDuring the 5 weeks between Passover and Lag Ba'omer, meat consumption in Israel jumps.
Ministry to Tourists: Bring the Etrog, Leave the Lulav BehindVisitors to Israel for Sukkot may bring an etrog with them, but not a lulav. The reason: Preventing agricultural disease in Israel.