Spraying pesticides and chemicals on fields full of crops is crucial yet challenging process. Over spraying can impact the environment, healthy...
Dry seasonal conditions between 2018-19 and 2019-20 constrained the financial performance of Australian dairy farms, but national farm performance is projected to improve slightly on average in 2020-21 (ABARES, 2021).
The rapid spread of wheel cactus across regional Victoria is challenging farmers in the area, with both public and private landholders joining forces to try and curb the outbreak.
Marketing is an inevitable aspect for any business’s long term success and growth. While agriculture marketing trends are always changing and...
Uptake of technology and innovation is influenced by a range of social, cultural and economic factors. Location, size and farm type further intensify the complexity of “predicting” technology uptake in agriculture. So what does this mean for innovators, marketers and business in general within the agtech space? Can adoption rates for agtech be modelled and quantified?
Weeds represent a major cost to farmers. Their significant economic impact has led to changes in numerous management practices, with the adoption rate of new practices varying over time and across regions.
Soil is crucial to the health and productivity of farms. Understanding the opportunities and barriers for collecting and sharing Australian soil data is critical given pushes to increase environmental sustainability and grow carbon markets.
Financial constraints and connectivity issues will undoubtedly stifle the proliferation of new technology, but what about psychological barriers? What about psychological influences over perceptions of farm data? How does this influence farmer perception and valuing of data insights?
There are vast amounts of data produced by Australian Livestock enterprises. Here are the top 3 data types they collect and how they store it on farm.