Researchers at Monash University are applying Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology and game-design practices to reduce spray drift from agricultural pesticides, minimising the negative impact on neighbouring crops and wildlife - and potentially “revolutionising" cotton farming.
Research collaboration led by the University of Western Australia has created a new technique that speeds up the development of seeds, producing better quality and more abundant pulse crops.
CSIRO scientists have developed what they say is a humane new technology that could help save Australian farmers’ crops and livelihoods from the threat of pest animals which are estimated to cost the Australian economy up to $1 billion a year.
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