From smartphone apps to water conditioning technology, farmers have great new tools to optimise their crops. A new government initiative aims to catalyse this trend.
Whether you’re wrangling with the effects of climate change or age-old water issues, a chemical-free water conditioning system is a great way to make the most of your resources.
The Bureau of Meteorology predicts that some regions may be in for a warmer and drier-than-usual spring. Is your farm ready?
The World Aquatic Health Conference is being held on the Gold Coast this year, with industry leaders gathering to learn about the science of water quality.
Salinity is causing problems for Queensland’s citrus growers. Fortunately, a Hydrosmart water treatment system is an effective solution.
Water monitoring in Victoria indicates that rising groundwater is putting many local farmers at risk of increasing salinity.
Dry conditions across Australia are leading to electricity and water supply problems in NSW. Fortunately, Hydrosmart technology can help.
Hydrosmart technology can be used for a wide range of purposes and its helping several facilities across the country keep on top of their water management.
Agricultural workers across the country are being given the opportunity to find out more about climate changes in their local area, including how much rain is expected to fall.
Wine growers across Australia will benefit from ongoing water research, particularly in regards to irrigation techniques.