Gat Fertilizers: Sharing the future of fertigation

Combining liquid and solid fertilizers with unique additives produced at its plants with exclusive, cutting edge technology, the company can  tailor fertilizer composition to a specific crop and thus maximize yields.

Gat Fertilizers: Sharing the future of fertigation

 

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Gat Fertilizers opened its first liquid fertilizer plant in the southern Israel town of Kiryat Gat in 1985. The plant, together with its attendant professional service and logistics, set a new benchmark in the standards offered to Israeli farmers. Following the success of the first plant, a second was opened in northern Israel in 1992.

The company embarked on its first overseas venture in 1993 when it opened Gat Fertiliquidos near Seville in Spain. Two more plants were set up in the Iberian Peninsula, one in Extremadura and the other near Almeria. These successful plants provide services for extensive areas of farmland in Spain. In 2003 Gat Fertilizers Ltd. began to export its products to countries beyond Israel and Spain. Today Gat Fertilizers Ltd markets its products in some 10 different countries in the Mediterranean Basin, Europe, Africa and the Far East.

Managing Director Kuti Sulimani notes that the company is able to provide a wide range of products combining liquid and solid fertilizers with unique additives produced at its plants, using exclusive, cutting edge technology. This allows them to tailor fertilizer composition to a specific crop and thus maximize yields. By supplying both fertilizer and irrigation control systems to farmer, they can help them optimize irrigation, or fergitation, and thus enhance effective fertilization.

Gat Fertilizers has invested heavily in developing and integrating new products into its current range, based on the extensive knowledge acquired over the years in both Israel and Spain. The company provides professional support and holds international seminars for farmers in its main export markets.

Source: IsraelAgri – Israeli Agriculture International Portal

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