Almonds in Israel



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Almonds have a rich history in Israel, dating back thousands of years. They are well-suited to the country's climate and have become a significant agricultural product. Almonds are mentioned in biblical texts and were cultivated in ancient times.

In modern Israel, almond cultivation has expanded and become a valuable export. The almond industry typically experiences two main blooming seasons, one in late winter and another in early spring. The country's advanced agricultural techniques, including drip irrigation, have contributed to successful almond production even in arid regions.

Almonds are celebrated in Israel, especially during the annual Tu BiShvat holiday, which is sometimes referred to as the "New Year of the Trees." This holiday often involves tree planting and environmental awareness, with almonds being a prominent focus due to their cultural and agricultural importance.

Israel - Land of milk and honey

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