How to buy a canopy grower in Israel
As the year nears its end, Israel is bracing for a bumper harvest of trees.
It has seen the production of its native trees grow by over 10% over the past three years, while some parts of the country have seen yields increase by double digits.
The annual harvest will be the largest ever recorded in Israel, with the country’s most valuable crop, the white pine, expected to hit the market in 2020.
But what does a canopy growing specialist do when the harvest is so strong?
What’s a canopy gardener?
In Israel, most of the world’s growers are farmers and have grown trees in the past.
For some, the process of cultivating and harvesting trees can be quite a chore, but for others, it’s a life-changing experience.
As one Israeli man who has successfully grown trees told the Jerusalem Post: “Growing trees is like a game that you play on the computer every morning.
You can’t stop, you can’t start, you just have to keep playing.
You get tired and you don’t know when you’re going to lose, but you have to continue.”
The cultivation process for Israel’s white pine has a simple start: A tree is picked and the leaves cut.
The tree is then taken to the vineyard and cut and placed in a small, metal basket to be placed in the ground.
The baskets are then filled with water and placed on a wooden platform.
A worker takes the basket and places it on a tree branch, which is then pulled up and the basket is brought to a nearby farm.
The worker then attaches a wire mesh bag to the basket, and then pulls the bag out of the tree branch.
The bag is then wrapped in a plastic sheet and placed inside a bucket of water.
The bucket is filled with ice water and the water is then placed on top of the bag.
This process takes about 20 minutes and produces enough pine sap to keep the tree from spoiling.
In a small village called Haifa, around 20,000 pine trees were harvested for the last harvest.
The villagers, who have grown their own pine trees for over 20 years, said they have no problem with the process.
“I’m not worried about the harvest because we are doing it right,” said Shai Golan, a local farmer.
“If you want to be a good tree farmer, you must understand the importance of a good harvest.”
Another Israeli who is a certified grower, who wishes to remain anonymous, said that the growing process was simple and easy.
“It takes 10 minutes,” he told the Post.
“We don’t need any special equipment.”
In fact, the people of Haifa are quite happy with the results.
“You can grow pine trees here,” Golan said.
“The quality of the trees is high.
You have a great harvest.”