Israel - Economic Activity
The climate of Israel is mostly arid and semi-arid. Approximately twenty percent, or 4,370 sq. km., of Israel's land is fit for cultivation. A large portion of the area is forested and hilly, thus, not fit for agriculture. The land that is arable stretches along the coast as well as some inland valleys.
Approximately half of the arable land has to be irrigated because of Israel's lack of water resources, eighty percent of which uses a combination of irrigation and fertilization techniques. (Israel Agritech, 1999) Consequently, the Israeli people have had to overc…
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