In February, a volley of rockets was sacked from the fractious Sinai region into Israel, with the IS affiliate in the Sinai claiming responsibility.
Israel signed a peace treaty with neighbouring Egypt in 1979.
An Israeli army spokesperson told Ma'an News Agency that a "projectile" hit a greenhouse in the Eshkol regional council, causing no injuries.
The rocket, he added, had not resulted in any casualties or material damage.
A 50-year-old man who was nearby when it struck suffered an anxiety attack as a result of the attack, the Magen David Adom ambulance service said.
Israel on Monday closed the Taba Crossing to prevent its citizens from traveling to Egypt's Sinai, citing security threats in the wake of Sunday's deadly twin attacks in Egypt.
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The ban will be in effect at the Taba crossing at least until April 18, the end of the Jewish holiday of Passover that begins at sundown on Monday, said a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office.
The attacks have also prompted Israeli security officials to tell Israeli tourists in the neighboring Sinai peninsula in Egypt to return home immediately.
Thousands of Israelis had been expected to cross into the Sinai Peninsula for the Passover holiday. It appears that the attack was related to previous exchanges of fire in the area between the Egyptian Army and terrorists. It was also closed in 2011 when Israel also assessed there was a high risk of terror attacks.
In recent months, Islamic State-linked group increased their operations in Sinai, raising fears of an attack against tourists in Sinai, according to the statement.
As the Christian minority worshippers were marking the Palm Sunday in the Muslim-majority state earlier during the day, a blast and a suicide bombing at two churches in Gharbiya and Alexandria province northern Egypt killed at least 44 and wounded over 120.
The Israeli government statement says that intelligence information shows "increased activity by Islamic State" militants in Sinai. Israeli citizens will not be allowed to cross into Sinai, but will be allowed to return to Israel.