CSBP has teamed up with Edith Cowan University computer science students to work on an innovation project which will combine agronomic expertise and customised computer technology.

The digital solution is centred around real-time in-season nitrogen management, and should bring great value to West Australian growers. It will allow growers the ability to be more tactical and plan ahead, and aid them in risk management, meeting production targets and reducing the amount of nitrogen being inefficiently applied. The prototype of this digital solution will be tested this season.  

Image left to right:  Andreas (CSBP Agronomist), Tejinder (ECU masters student) and Manpreet (ECU masters student).

By Sarah Jasper
- Marketing Officer - Content and Community Investment
 

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