A networking dinner, drinks and interactive presentations on the use of remote images in agriculture will be held at Brickendon on 4 October. Hear from commercial operators and a Tasmanian farmer who’s already used the tech and made it pay.
There’ll be a live demonstration of turning a plant-health image into a zone map, loading it into a spreader and variable-rate spreading in action. Presenters for the day are from DroneAg, AgLogic, Datafarming and Altrac Spreading.
Cost is $45 for Ag Institute members, $80 for non-members and $45 for students. Purchase tickets online here. For more information contact Adrian James: 0408 863 653 or firstname.lastname@example.org