Tel Aviv and Jerusalem are ranked together as the fourth best startup ecosystem for agricultural technology in a global survey by the research firm Startup Genome.

The study, called the Global Agtech and New Food Ranking, scores cities according to their performance in the field, the availability of funding, startup experience, knowledge, talent, and focus.

The two Israeli cities trailed behind London in third place, New York City in second, and Silicon Valley in the first place.

Tel Aviv and Jerusalem are the only locations in the Middle East and North Africa region to score a spot in the list of 35 cities, which was dominated by North America and Europe.