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Salicrop is actively engaged in projects across various countries including Portugal, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Serbia, Ukraine, India, and more, working with leading food processors such as Kagome in Senegal, Tata in Turkey, and seed companies like Bayer in India.


Our focus spans different varieties of open-field and processing tomatoes, specifically under abiotic stress conditions like extreme temperatures, water scarcity, and soil salinity.

Our efforts are not limited to a single variety; instead, we work with a diverse range of tomatoes to ensure adaptability and resilience in various environmental scenarios. This approach has led to an impressive 10-20% increase in yields under different stress conditions.

By collaborating with experts, agricultural institutions, and farmers, we gain valuable insights and create customized solutions for each commercial variety. This collaborative strategy is key to identifying specific stress factors and developing effective interventions.

Salicrop's mission is to empower farmers by enhancing the resilience and productivity of their tomato crops, enabling them to thrive in challenging environmental conditions.

Our goal is to secure a consistent supply of high-quality tomatoes while minimizing the impact of abiotic stress on agricultural productivity, thus contributing to the stability and sustainability of farming operations.


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Salicrop has been actively involved in enhancing alfalfa seeds to exhibit increased tolerance to salinity stress. Understanding the detrimental effects that high soil salinity can have on alfalfa crops, Salicrop has undertaken extensive research and development efforts in this area.

Through rigorous experimentation and field observations over a period of two years, Salicrop has observed remarkable results. The data collected indicates a notable 10-30 percent increase in yield for alfalfa plants subjected to salinity stress. This significant improvement demonstrates the success of Salicrop's focus on alfalfa varieties that can thrive in saline soil conditions.

By enhancing the salinity stress tolerance of alfalfa seeds, Salicrop aims to provide farmers with more resilient and productive crop options. This increased tolerance not only ensures a higher yield but also contributes to the overall stability and sustainability of alfalfa cultivation in regions where salinity stress is a concern.

The company's continued efforts in this area hold great promise for the future of alfalfa cultivation, offering opportunities for increased productivity and economic prosperity for farmers worldwide.



Over the course of two years, Salicrop has closely worked with Kibbutz Yotvata's farming organization, which is owned by the kibbutz, to explore innovative approaches for improving onion yields.

These collaborative efforts have yielded remarkable results, both in terms of enhanced productivity and increased profitability.

By leveraging our seed enhancement expertise, we have successfully optimized onion cultivation practices, resulting in better yields and more sustainable outcomes.

The collaboration between Salicrop and Kibbutz Yotvata has not only proven the viability of onion cultivation in arid environments but also showcased the immense potential for profitability. The success of this partnership serves as a testament to our commitment to empowering farmers and driving agricultural innovation.

At Salicrop, we firmly believe in the power of collaboration and knowledge exchange. By working hand in hand with farming communities, we can unlock new opportunities and overcome challenges, ultimately revolutionizing the onion industry and promoting economic growth.


Rice paddy

Over the past four years, Salicrop has been deeply engaged in enhancing the salinity tolerance of three distinct rice varieties in India. Through extensive research and development efforts, in collaboration with strategic partners, we have made significant strides in improving rice cultivation in salinity-affected areas.

The focus of our activities has been on developing rice varieties that can thrive in high salinity conditions, a prevalent challenge faced by farmers in certain regions of India. 

The results of our collaborative endeavors have been remarkable. Field observations conducted in various areas have consistently demonstrated an impressive increase in yield ranging from 14 to 25 percent. This improvement in productivity not only contributes to the food security of local communities but also presents economic opportunities for farmers in salinity-affected regions.

As we look to the future, Salicrop remains committed to further enhancing the salinity tolerance of rice varieties and expanding our partnerships.

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