Benefits of growing in a protected agricultural greenhouse

Benefits of growing in a protected agricultural greenhouse

February 08, 2022

In protected cropping, the crops are grown in a greenhouse or inside a plastic covering, often called polytunnels. The temperature inside these structures can be more controlled and the growing environment is protected from adverse weather conditions.

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The Next Big Thing In Agriculture: How Smart Sensors Help Farmers Grow Better Crops

The Next Big Thing In Agriculture: How Smart Sensors Help Farmers Grow Better Crops

December 16, 2021

Smart agriculture sensors are the new frontier in farming. With the help of sensors, farmers are able to maximise efficiency in their fields and ensure that they use only the necessary amount of fertiliser, water and protectants.

Using smart sensors, farmers can also quickly diagnose problems in their crops and take action before it’s too late. Smart sensors can even be used to monitor soil conditions, pest levels and other parameters that affect their health.

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Solar Power - A Sustainable Solution for Agriculture

Solar Power - A Sustainable Solution for Agriculture

July 30, 2021

Access to sustainable energy sources, such as solar power, allows farmers and agribusiness to replace costly non-renewable sources of power, improving profitability and cutting greenhouse emissions. Cleaner and more sustainable technologies provide a cost-effective solution for agricultural production, particularly when coupled with our GROWTunnels, post-harvest processing and storage, irrigation and pumping. 

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Organics - An industry of growth

Organics - An industry of growth

August 18, 2019

Australian organics is an industry in growth, with demand for organic products in 2018 skyrocketing to $1.93 billion in domestic sales, and the total industry now worth an estimated $2.6 billion.

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Are GROWTunnels the Solution to Climate Change?

Are GROWTunnels the Solution to Climate Change?

August 16, 2019

GROWTunnels can produce large amounts of food in a small area, with a relatively low entry cost, offering employment opportunities to communities around the globe; empowering and weaving communities back together through the collective process of growing their own food.

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