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Smart farming is transforming everyday farm operations, helping farmers gain better insight into land quality, and crop and livestock health.
Through agtech adoption and implementing smart farming practices, you can promote soil health and grow high-quality crops.
To meet the nation’s goal of net zero emissions by 2050, the agriculture sector needs to dramatically cut its 15% emission rate drastically.
The global industrial hemp market is expected to reach USD$26.6 billion by 2025 and there is no better time to enter the market than now.
On-farm biosecurity plans can protect your farmland, staff and livestock’s health by reducing the the risk of the spread of disease and pests.
Storing and handling agrichemicals safely should be a priority as they can limit your exposure to these chemicals and protect your health.
The seaweed industry is expected to double in value by 2025 due to its versatility as a source of nutrition and environmental sustainability.
Tech advancements, like agricultural drones, are improving the quality of farming, transforming traditional farms into smart farms.
The global microgreens market size is projected to reach $3,795.47 million by 2028, with Asia Pacific as the fastest-growing market.
Today, the demand for greater visibility into crop and livestock traceability from farmland to store shelves has increased exponentially.
Multi-species grazing uses a combination of a variety of plant life in pastures and livestock grazing to promote soil health.
With vertical farming, farmers can increase their crops grown with less land by controlling the environment and variability of produce.
Minimising spray drift is vital as it affects the health of surrounding crops, your health and the health of your livestock.
Discover the three most common farm hazards. Learn how to prevent them and reduce risk to create a safe work environment for your farmhands.
Livestock theft affects all farms. Putting practical measures in place can make your farm more secure and aid in livestock theft prevention.
Through good carbon farming practices, farmers can improve air and soil quality, and their operations’ energy efficiency.
Soil analysis helps you determine the health of your soil. A healthy soil creates an environment for optimal plant growth.
Regenerative farming, considered best practice farming, aims to improve soil health and fertility by rebuilding organic soil matter and biodiversity through sustainable farming practices.
Agriculture 4.0, also known as the fourth agricultural revolution, seeks to adopt technology into all aspects of farming.
Learn about the technologies that ensure optimal freshness of food, workplace safety and productivity in the food services industry.
With precision farming, farm operations have become safer and more environmentally friendly, with crops yielding a more profitable output.
A supply chain disruption in large-scale agriculture businesses will lead to massive production downtime, and huge financial losses – something this sector would rather avoid, and something cyber criminals are starting to become aware of.
Find out the differences between 3G/4G, LoRa, and Satellite connectivity and which of these connectivity option is best suited to your farm.
Farmdeck was proud to exhibit at the Tocal Field Days. The three-day event brings together the best and latest products and services in farming techniques, including the latest innovations within the AgTech sector and showcases the future of farming.
Over the first week of May, Farmdeck was proud to exhibit at Beef Australia’s trade fair in Rockhampton, QLD, Australia’s Beef Capital.
Sheep have to be tagged. Aside from being a legal requirement, these tags help with unique identification of the sheep, identifying date of birth, sex and other important detail.