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CRDC in the news: Canopy temperature sensors improve irrigation scheduling (19 June 2019)

A new sensor will allow growers to refine irrigation scheduling, saving water while maintaining yields. Developed by a team of CSIRO researchers based out of the Australian Cotton Research Institute at Narrabri and funded through CRDC, the new canopy sensor technology will be commercially available through Goanna Ag.

This new technology was featured in FarmOnline. To read the story in full, visit the FarmOnline website: www.farmonline.com.au/story/6224931/letting-the-plants-do-the-talking/

Pictured: Tom Dowling from Goanna Ag holding the new temperature sensor, with CSIRO researchers Michael Bange, Victorial Smith and Hiz Jamali. Photo courtesy FarmOnline.