The Israeli Agtech Innovation Center, located in San Deigo, California, is a joint initiative of the Leichtag Foundation and several Israeli agtech companies, targeted at introducing Israeli agtech products and services to the North American markets. By utilizing Israeli products in organic farm that is the host of the Center, members are able to use the Center as a live show case of their solutions, leveraging their membership for marketing, sales, strategic co-operations and fund raising. All of the Center’s operating costs, apart from hosting and R&D, will be bear by the Leichtag Foundation and its partners.
The center’s vision is to become the main hub for Israeli Agtech companies seeking to enter the north american markets
Manufacturer of the world’s first autonomous, Oxygen based irrigation system; Guarantees unparalleled economic and environmental results through extreme water and fertilizers saving; In the US, AutoAgronom is distributed through it subsidiary “RootsTalk”.
Groundwork BioAg produces highly-effective mycorrhizal inoculants for commercial agriculture. Containing concentrated and vigorous beneficial fungi, Rootella® and Dynamyc™ inoculants significantly improve soil nutrient uptake in plants. Our products increase crop yields, improve resistance to several types of stress, and reduce fertilizer requirements. Groundwork BioAg has demonstrated significant yield increases in numerous major crops, including corn, soybean, sorghum, tomato, onion and cannabis.
An IoT company providing multipurpose, efficient sensors with a focus on cold chain, logistics, agriculture and post harvest industries.
Fast portable and stationary commercial ozone generators. Used in cold storage for freshness extension and for disinfection of growing facilities; Operates in high humidity environment where other ozone generators can’t.
A leading greenhouse manufacturer and turnkey project integrator. Engage with design, engineering and production of all types of protection cultivation facilities. Profit Agro will supply the Innovation Center’s greenhouse.