LAST CHANCE TO HAVE YOUR SAY: Smart Farming project survey

Thursday, 18 August 2022

The smart technology and remote sensing survey is closing soon on Monday, 22 August.

This is the last opportunity for nursery managers and staff to help guide the future direction of the Smart Farming project by sharing insights on what smart farming technologies are being used or would like to be used, and how these technologies are helping to manage and improve production.   

Survey responses will inform topics for future webinars and workshops and the development of educational resources.

The Smart Farming project aims to promote the use of smart farming technologies and how data can be used to enhance the efficiency of production processes and systems.

The project will conclude at the end of 2023 with several articles, webinars, and other extension offerings to be developed, to help educate industry on project findings made available through the program.

Have your say and help influence the priority topic areas covered for the remainder of this project – it will only take a few minutes. Access the survey here.

If you have any questions about this survey or the Smart Farming Project, please contact David Hunt, GIA Smart Farming Project Officer at [email protected].

For more information on the project, click here.

The Smart Farming project has been funded by Hort Innovation nursery products research and development levy and the Australian Government’s National Landcare program. Hort Innovation is the grower owned, not-for-profit research and development corporation for Australian horticulture.