Gadid
Struck roots in 5742 (1982) and consisted of over 60 families.  
Gadid was an agricultural community, and unlike other farming communities in the Katif region, built its greenhouses near the settlers' homes rather than outside the residential area.  Other greenhouse plots were later established around the moshav due to the increase in greenhouse plots per family.  

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