Agriculture and food production has been a major focus of the Israeli government in recent years, with the government’s emphasis on boosting its domestic food and agricultural output.
However, a new government report indicates that, with some notable exceptions, there is still a need for large-scale farming.
The agriculture census in 2017 found that only 12% of the population was involved in farming.
Of those, 42% of young people were involved in agriculture.
Of the agricultural sector’s top 10 sectors, only six are fully-fledged.
Agriculture’s share of the economy was 20.2% in the census, which was conducted in October.
According to the new census, agriculture accounted for 18% of Israeli GDP in 2017, or about $10.8 billion.
Of that, about $1.1 billion was earmarked for agriculture, while the rest was spent on other areas of the country’s economy, such as infrastructure, public services, and other infrastructure projects.
The top 10 most-used agriculture sectors in Israel include: agri-chemicals, agrochemicals and petrochemistry, fruits, vegetables, fish, poultry, poultry meat, and dairy.
The sectors that are most underutilized include the fruit and vegetable industries, fruits and vegetables, and fruits and nuts.
In addition, agri food production is not fully integrated into the domestic economy and is a separate industry.
The report found that there is also a need to create more space for small and medium-sized enterprises, which produce a variety of agricultural products such as grains, cereals, and vegetables.
According the survey, a growing number of people are using agricultural land in an effort to produce food, which is why the government has increased the number of organic farms.
However the survey showed that only 16% of people were actively participating in agricultural production, which fell short of the government goal of 65% participation.
The Agriculture Census is an annual survey carried out by the Ministry of Agriculture.
The data used for the survey is based on surveys of a sample of over 3,000 households, with a sample size of 5,000.
The ministry said the data reflects the views of 1,200 people from a representative sample of 1.1 million people nationwide.
The survey asked people about their farming, and found that 40% of respondents said they are currently working on a farm, while another 32% said they had started a farm.
Around 25% said that they were planning to start farming, but their plans were not well-defined.
About 10% of those surveyed said that their farm would be small-scale.
According for the agriculture census report, the main reason for the underutilization of agricultural land is that the sector is underdeveloped, which makes it difficult to manage, develop, and grow crops.
However it also makes it challenging to maintain and maintain a viable farm sector.
The government’s focus on agriculture and its potential for agricultural development are key reasons why the country is still facing a food crisis, and the country has an enormous population.
In 2017, about 2.5 million people were estimated to live in rural areas.
About one in five households in Israel was located in a rural area.
The Israeli Ministry of the Environment said that the agriculture survey was conducted for two reasons: to see what is the current state of agricultural development in the country, and to identify opportunities for further growth in the sector.
Accordingly, it said that there are more than 2,500 agriculture and agricultural technology institutes across the country.
In the last few years, the government and various institutions have been creating new institutions to help farmers, including agri technology institues, farmers’ cooperative enterprises, and agri technologies colleges.
The ministry also said that, among the institutions, it has created a new agency to promote agricultural technology education and research, and established a new research program for agriculture research.