$9.3 million invested to reduce frost and heat impact on crops

A $9.3 million co-investment supported by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), will work to determine the definitive impacts of frost and heat risk on grains crops and develop tangible, commercial products that growers can use to mitigate risk. 

The project, ‘Frost and Heat Management Analytics’, which was launched in partnership with Australia’s leading science agency, CSIRO, will use both existing data and new research to gain a more precise understanding of how heat and frost events impact crops and how to mitigate risk prior to and during a growing season. 

Pairtree Intelligence is proud to be one of the project partners contributing to this important research.

Read more…

Photo GRDC

Share This Post

stay in

get THE latest updates

Sign up to our e-News and be the first to hear about Pairtree’s latest offers & news and receive fresh insights on new trends in Australian farming and agricultural technology.