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PAST PROJECTS


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  • Precision Ag in the South East (SA) [-] HOW TO GET INVOLVED? Starting mid year, hands-on training will be conducted to demonstrate correct equipment set up, data collection, the concept of zonal management and use of GIS. The program is open to all agricultural industries in the region and we will work with South East...
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  • Precision Viticulture in the Limestone Coast Wine Region [-] An exciting component to this project is your chance to win goods and services youve learnt during the four workshops to the value of $2000 by getting involved. Its so simple, all you need to do is complete the application downloadable from the website detailing which and why that PA tool can...
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  • Training and Demonstration of PA in Practice [-] Author: Nicole Dimos   Are you keen to learn more about precision agriculture?   PA IN PRACTICE II A fantastic publication from SPAA and the GRDC. Following the winter cropping cycle, the 104 page book highlights the activities and decisions that PA can support at...
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  • Increasing the Adoption of Precision Agriculture in South Eastern Australia [-] With funding from the The Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry National Landcare Programme and SAGIT. Eight precision agriculture groups have been set-up across south eastern Australia to progress the use of yield maps. Eighty five growers are involved with...
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  • Improvement of nutrient management through effective use of precision agriculture technologies in the southern Australian grains industry [-] Author: Dr Allan Mayfield In this GRDC project SPAA has promoted and supported the uptake of PA technologies to improve the economic returns to growers. This has been by providing independent information on PA at expos, conferences and training workshops and in SPAA Magazines and Newsletters for...
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  • Increasing Economic Returns with Precision Agriculture in SA [-] Author: SPAA Funded by SAGIT Project PA 1/04  Project Aims a) To increase the effective use of precision agriculture systems by grain growers in South Australia. b) To test the economic value of using variable rate inputs to grain crops to manage both stable and unstable...
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  • Promoting Profitable Adoption of Precision Agriculture in SA [-] Project Objectives a) To increase the use of precision agriculture systems by grain growers in South Australia. b) To test the economic value of using variable rate inputs to grain crops. Funded by SAGIT Project PA 1/02 The advent of global positioning systems technology or GPS is...
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  • Methods to manage variability in winegrape production using precision agr tools [-] This project's goal is to increase the sustainability and profitability of viticulturalists in two wine growing regions of Victoria (Yarra Valley and Grampians), by increasing adoption of Precision Viticulture (PV) technologies. Although significant support exists for upskilling farmers,...
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  • Precision Agriculture Roadshow; Your Farm Your Capabilties [-] The Precision Agriculture (PA) EXPOs bring together farmers to learn of the practical applications of PA technologies on-farm eg. sensors/ soil monitors/ maage soil variability. It offers info on on-farm stewardship that results in improved land management practices.  These themes allow for...
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  • Innovative and Sustainable Capabilities using Control Traffic Farming [-] Research and on-farm experiences suggest that continuous cropping systems perform extremely well under a zero till, controlled traffic farming (CTF), stubble retention farming system. Controlled Traffic Farming is a healthy cropping system, which delivers production, environmental, and efficiency...
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