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Input costs are a constant battle for farmers so the second part of the AgTech Revolution series is focusing on how precision agriculture can help.
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WATCH: The AgTech Revolution episode one
The first episode in The AgTech Revolution series explores digital technology and its influence on Australian agriculture.
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The AgTech Revolution series has started with an exploration of how farmers are using digital technology. Picture supplied
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SA start-up offers tender app
How does have a range of companies competing for your input business sound?
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A new Eyre Peninsula-based tech start-up founded by Fraser Kessling allows companies to bid on tenders from farmers on their fertiliser and chemical needs. Picture supplied
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Survey shows state of sector
Just where is the agtech industry in Australia at? Find out more from the The first Findex and Australian Agritech Association National Sector Survey.
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App usage.
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New Holland grows MyPLM
An expansion to the New Holland MyPLM system means more vehicles can be added to the portal, including earthmoving gear.
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New Holland product segment manager Ben Mitchell and ANZ PLM product manager Melody Labinsky at AgQuip. Pictures Paula Thompson
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AgriWebb signs Cargill deal
Agtech leader AgriWebb is continuing to go from strength to strength, signing a new deal with agri-powerhouse Cargill.
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AgriWebb co-founders Kevin Baum, Justin Webb and John Fargher recently signed a deal with Cargill for use of their platform in Brazil. Picture file
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Series focus on ag revolution
The AgTech Revolution series is exploring the various ways farmers are adopting leading edge technology through world-class videos.
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Research explores what makes farmers take up carbon farming
Researchers have outlined what they believe to be the most attractive drivers toward carbon farming, including a "social" nudge.
Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Professor of Behavioural Economics Uwe Dulleck led a team that surveyed primary producers to identify viable cooperative strategies for carbon pooling in Australia. Picture supplied