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  • Talma Gotteiner

Cornfields in Hod Hasharon: A New Maze and Pickings

Updated: May 6, 2020

Hi there!

Someone, was busy during the holidays sowing and growing a new maze in the heart of a magical cornfield on the outskirts of Hod Hasharon. I went with a friend and our two twelve and one seven year-old children. Details were provided courtesy of Goodnews PR.

'Klahim Umevohim' Corn Maze and Picking Hod Hasharon

During October and November every Saturday, starting from October 13th, the new initiative "Klahim Umevohim" (i.e. corn cobs and mazes) will be held, allowing families to experience nature in a special fun way via a maze made entirely of corn plants and some self-harvesting action.

'Klahim Umevohim' Corn Maze and Picking Hod Hasharon

Children are invited to experience the renewed connection to nature in the giant corn labyrinth where they will face tasks and trivia details through action and explanatory signs about the species of corn, its growth process and other interesting facts. In addition to the maze trivia, the complex includes a shaded sitting area with a few original corn games, which we also enjoyed, water taps and toilets.

'Klahim Umevohim' Corn Maze and Picking Hod Hasharon

Next to the labyrinth there is a sweet corn picking field, sown with the "Sentinel" species of Hazera company. Hazera, is a global leader in the cultivation, production and marketing of vegetable seeds and field crops. The "Sentinel" species of Hazera, offers consumers a new genre of corn, which is super sweet, high quality, crispy and tasty. The corn, developed by HM CLAUSE, a sister company of Hazera for several years, has a strong yellow color as well as a long shelf life, suitable for growing in all seasons and most importantly, tastes great.

'Klahim Umevohim' Corn Maze and Picking Hod Hasharon

Uri Weiss and Nir Korkat Agronomist Graduates of the Faculty of Agriculture established the "Klachim Umevohim" project in order to connect children with nature and agriculture. The connection, Uri and Nir hope, will be created with the help of a huge maze made entirely of corn plants, planted and carefully treated from the beginning of August.

'Klahim Umevohim' Uri Weiss, Corn Maze and Picking Hod Hasharon

Above: Uri Weiss

Dates: The activity of Kalachim Umevohim will take place on Saturdays in October and November starting from Oct 13th, 2018, between 9:00-14:00.

Price: 40 NIS 40 per child from the age of 3, 10 NIS per adult . The prices include the cost of picking one cob per person. The price for additional cobs is 3 NIS per cob.

Location: Yefe Nof Street, Moshav Ganei Am (inside Hod Hasharon city)

Registration: Phone 054-7274633 or Hebrew Facebook.

About Hazera:

Hazera is part of the Limgreen Group, an international agricultural corporation based in France as an agricultural cooperative, the fourth largest seed company in the world and the second largest in the field of vegetable seeds.

Hazera is one of the leading companies in the production and marketing of hybrid seeds. Through advanced research and development, the company provides growers and consumers around the world with unique and innovative agricultural solutions. To meet consumer requirements, Hazera develops products with improved taste and appearance, which are healthier and have a longer shelf life. In parallel, the company is also attentive to the needs of growers and is engaged in the development of varieties that consume less water, yield more crops, are resistant to diseases and are more environmentally friendly . These hybrid seeds have established the status of "Hazera" as a leading global brand.

You have a month and a half to enjoy this seasonal activity. Get going!

Best, Talma

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