Hamed Abdel-Dayem, a spokeswoman for the Agriculture Ministry, said Egypt was suffering from water scarcity and the flooding method used by the Egyptian farmer should be reviewed.
Abdul-Dayem said in an interview with the additional news satellite channel that modern irrigation methods need to be changed. He therefore met with the Ministry of Military Production to produce machinery for modern irrigation techniques such as irrigation or drip irrigation.
A spokeswoman for the Ministry of Agriculture said it was necessary to review irrigation methods because it was a "luxury water issue", indicating a lack of soil due to the flooding of irrigation.
He pointed out that the newly developed land is not irrigated, and it is forbidden, and irrigation is sprinkled or dripped.
He pointed out that a protocol was signed with the Ministry of Military Production in order to automate all of Egypt's "agro quarantine" work. Transactions with paper books are canceled and exporters are working on the Internet using an electronic system.