“The fields taught me how important it is in one’s life to plow a straight furrow”
“מן האדמה למדתי עד כמה חשוב בחיי אדם לדעת לחרוש תלם ישר”
Hanan Lehmann, 1930-2020
More than 100 agricultural experts vetted by us, available for your project
Farmentor is an online hub for top-notch agricultural consultants, with expertise on a wide range of agricultural and environmental issues. We provide turnkey consultancy solutions
in 17 different fields of expertise, on the spot, worldwide
Tailored in accordance with your needs
Having top advisors at crucial stages is important for any complex projects and may save time and resources if provided by professionals in a timely manner. However, finding the right expert is not always an easy task. Based in Israel, Farmentor allows you to harness the vast knowledge and expertise accumulated for decades, and put it to work in your project, adapted to local conditions. All our experts are knowledgeable and experienced in consulting for agricultural endeavors both in Israel and around the world. You can submit your application online and get a tailored project proposal within 3-5 days.
We know how complicated a consultancy trip may be for consultants and clients alike. To that end, we have crafted a comprehensive solution that simplifies logistical and organizational complexities, allowing our consultants to focus on the professional aspects of the project. Your peace of mind is at the heart of our solution.
Committed to You
While crafting together the team and suppliers for your project, we put our customer’s interest first. We base our professional recommendations without committing our selves to any particular service provider or manufacturer. Our sole consideration for recommendations on third party suppliers and partners is based on serving the best interest of our clients.
Bearing in mind that agricultural project could extend well into the scope years, we offer our customers on premise/online training and education services, granting them the knowledge and experience required for handling modern agriculture challenges for years to come.
End to end solution
We apply rigorous professional standards and require all our experts to act in accordance with best practices and compelling professional standards. Our comprehensive solution stretches up to the point whereby the written report, approved by Farmentor, has been delivered to the client.
Our experts are required to provide a professional summary report upon the conclusion of the trip which is reviewed before it is delivered to the client, as part of our quality assurance measures.
Training, workshops and courses
Looking for a training solution? A tailored professional course for your staff? Farmentor experts are capable of providing that as well!
Get a turnkey solution quote within 3-5 days, based on our vetted, top experts index.
Soil is a fundamental resource for all types of agriculture. The soil chemical and physical characteristics has a major influence, both direct and indirect, on its fertility and on its possible production. Professional gathering of information about the different characters of the soil and adjusting crops and technologies to those findings is necessary for achieving the best possible products.
Water management requires to gather and analyze data about current and future water resources and water consumption in order to develop short- and long-term plans that will answer all possible water needs including drinking, agriculture and industrial. Israeli water management is considered to be one of the most advanced in the world and our experts are sharing their vast knowledge and experience in this field.
Irrigation and Fertilization
Traditional irrigation uses large amount of water per unit and small quantities are almost impossible to apply. On the other hand, modern irrigation, especially drip irrigation, uses water and nutrients more efficiently while preventing contamination of ground water and can be used in all kinds of crops and habitats. Israeli modern irrigation methods were developed due to the local desert climate and are compatible to both small and large areas.
Plant protection requires to combine together several methods and balancing between different, and sometimes opposite, goals. The goals of plant protection are to prevent loss or harm to production by parasites or diseases, maintaining public health and the protection of other environmental resources. Achieving those goals means discovering and monitoring of damages in an early stage, using non-chemical or environmental friendly pesticides and minimizing the use of pest control spray.
Post-Harvest for Fresh Produce
Postharvest Handling of Fresh Commodities goal is to prevent damages that occur during the marketing process. A wide range of different technologies is used to minimize the potential harm to products throughout the process while adapting the solutions to the local market conditions.
A range of different climate areas, changing topography and a variety of soil types enables the accumulation of knowledge and experience in growing of a wide range of fruits in different environmental habitats.
Quality fruit growing requires to follow carefully after every step of the Value Chain with consideration of the local conditions in order to ensure the highest quality of production according to global standards.
Producing export quality vegetables requires following the Value Chain with great care. Selecting the right species, soil preparing, climate control, irrigation, nutrition, protection from diseases and pests and post-harvest treatment are taken into account together with local market and habitat conditions in order to ensure the best possible product.
Grain and Field Crops
Essential to human and livestock nutrition, growing of grain and field crops means facing significant challenges due to climate change. Technologies and crops must be adapted to changes in precipitation regularity and quantity while protecting environmental resources, while considering local market and habitat conditions in order to ensure the best possible product.
“The earth loughs in flowers” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Expertise in growing export quality flowers and other related products in different habitats, including open fields and growing houses. The process is adjusted to market demands while being environmental friendly.
Development of a sustainable agricultural environment, aimed to maintain the health of soils, ecosystems and people, based on friendly practices that eliminates the use of synthetic inputs. The market for organic food is growing rapidly.
The harsh local conditions in Israel has brought farmers and experts to develop a comprehensive system for growing of dairy cattle. This allows the production of milk under heat stress conditions and give farmers the possibility to monitor every cow online during growing and milking. The implementation of this knowledge makes Israeli average milk production per cow the highest in the world.
The breeding of fish in different frame works, from small family-size to large fish farms, requires vast knowledge about breeding, farm planning and management, product care and marketing. Israeli experts have achieved a leading status in different areas that are at the heart of development performance.
Sheep and Goats
Growing sheep and goats for the dairy and meat industries in varying herd size and methods, from traditional semi-nomadic to zero-grazing. The growing is focused on maximizing local food production and ensuring high quality cheeses and other dairy products while keeping public health.
Poultry products, such as eggs and flesh, are rich in protein and relatively cheaper. Furthermore, poultry production presents the best feed conversion rate and is less polluting compared to cattle and small ruminants. Both production and consumption of poultry products are steadily growing, compared to pork and beef, partly due to the lack of religious restrictions. Our experts are supporting poultry production in both small and industrial scale.
“A land flowing with milk and honey” – Exodus, chapter 3
Beekeeping products such as honey, beeswax, propolis and pollen requires a modern beehive infrastructure. Even more so, using bees to pollinate crops might yield an even bigger value while helping the preservation of forests and environment protection by decreasing deforestation for agricultural purposes. Our experts provides the knowledge for modern beekeeping and breeding in consideration with the local bee species, including the African Bee.
Agricultural Extension Systems and Methods
The modernization of agriculture requires capacity building and human resources development. To ensure the cooperation and motivation of farmers it is vital to combine new technologies and methods with existing ones. Our experts are experienced in assimilating new systems with local systems and in implementing modern methods in different environments.
Adaptation to Climate Change
Current assessments concerning global warming predicts the creation of unstable and unexpected climate behavior. This will cause a rise in the frequencies of extreme weather such as draughts and storms that will have a major effect on water supply and food shortages. Our experts are developing tools and methods in order to help preparing for the future consequences of climate change.
Mr. Simenski consults Farmentor in the following areas: viticulture and horticulture: deciduous, subtropical, table grapes, vineyard, olives. Special expertise: avocado, mango.