Following the Miss Universe Pageant in Eilat, Israel, Juri Watanabe, the Japanese contender was invited to tour the Netafim R&D Center, along with a team from DryGair. The tour was hosted by Netafim Japan, which operates an experimental greenhouse in Japan, along with DryGair.
Juri Watanabe is an avid activist who promotes sustainability in Japan and across the world. During the tour, she was very interested in hearing about advancements in horticulture, and how efficient food production can help achieve her goal of a more sustainable future.
While touring the beautiful facility in northern Israel, Rona Orlicky, DryGair CEO, took Watanabe to view one of DryGair’s dehumidifiers in action. The two discussed the future of horticulture and the benefits of nurturing Israeli-Japanese partnerships in the sector.
Netafim R&D Center
Checking out the DG-12. DryGair CEO, Rona Orlicky, Miss Universe Japan, Juri Watanabe, and Ziv Kremer of Netafim Japan
Enjoying the tour in Netafim R&D
Rona Orlicky and Juri Watanabe at Netafim
Juri Watanabe in the tomato greenhouse