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Tal-Ya Featured as Company which Fights World Hunger

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Tal-Ya was covered in NoCamels as one of four technologies in an article titled “These Israeli Companies Fight World Hunger with Innovative Technologies” by Roseanne Tabachnik.Nocamels

Here is an excerpt from the article:

While water scarcity has plagued desert countries for decades, it is no longer an inevitable concern for Israel’s desert thanks to technologies like Tal-Ya Agriculture Solutions. The Israeli firm has developed technologies designed to grow more food with less water.

Among the company’s technologies are: Reusable plastic trays that capture dew from the air, reducing the water needed by crops by 50 percent. The square tray, which costs $3-$5 per piece, is made of recycled plastic. The innovative trays work by surrounding each plant, collecting dew as the weather changes overnight, and funneling it to plants and tree crops. The trays, which are supposed to last for 10 years, also block weeds that would otherwise compete with crops for water.

Since its inception in 2005, Tal-Ya (which means ‘God’s dew’ in Hebrew) has served farmers in Israel, the US, China, Chile, Georgia, Sri Lanka and Australia.

 

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Tal-Ya Wins Runner-Up in Imagine H20 Competition

Imagine H2O Runner Up

Imagine H2O Runner UpTal-Ya was selected runner-up in the “Imagine H20” Food & Agriculture Competition in the Growth Stage Track.  “Our judges were very impressed with Tal-Ya’s simple yet elegant method of conserving water while improving agricultural yields,” said Imagine H2O COO Scott Bryan. “The company’s innovation has immediate relevance in the sector and we are excited to welcome them into our global network for water entrepreneurship.”

Tal-Ya Rep Chris Siems with the trophy

Tal-Ya Rep Chris Siems with the trophy

The win grants Tal-Ya a $5000 cash prize, but much more importantly, raises the company’s profile considerably. The Imagine H2O competition also provided an opportunity for high-quality meetings with investors and potential customers active in the agriculture arena.

Following the win, Tal-Ya was featured in a CNN article “Drought-ravaged California turns to tech for help” as a technology which is well-positioned to help farmers combat the disastrous effects of the drought.

“We’ve seen a spike in interest over the last few days, thanks to the Imagine H2O competition and the coverage,” says Tal-Ya VP Marketing & Sales Mickey Chesla. “We feel the company is now experiencing great momentum, the market is ripe for our product, and we are ready, in commercial manufacturing mode.  We are expanding our network of distributors around the world, and we’re already seeing the results of efforts.”

Tal-Ya distributor in California Chris Siems of Wilson Irrigation, who attended the Imagine H2O gala event, says “Tal-Ya trays have nearly unlimited potential in the US market, in a wide range of market sectors: Forestry, commercial agriculture, landscaping and gardening. The ability of Tal-Ya Trays to not just overcome growth limiting factors such as light, nutrients and water, but to counter act and actually multiply them make them utterly unique in the marketplace.”

Tal-Ya is currently seeking investment, as well as distribution partners in different parts of the globe.  For more information please contact: mickey@tal-ya.com.

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