Nitrogen for nothing and your protein for free
Nitrogen is key to producing the world’s crops – but it comes at a cost. New research from CSIRO is developing future crops that produce their own fertiliser.
System-wide approach needed for drought resilient irrigation
A new CSIRO study provides a deeper understanding of how Australian irrigators have adapted and responded to drought.
TraNSIT brings more resilient transport infrastructure to Vietnam and Indonesia
CSIRO research is helping to understand costs and improve the flow of agricultural transport in Indonesia and Vietnam, through the use of TraNSIT.
Celebrating 10 years of TraNSIT – the data tool that keeps Australia moving
Mapping millions of vehicle trips across Australia’s supply chains helps growers and governments to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
Australian roadmap to serve up future protein
A new CSIRO report shows how Australia can capture an extra $13 billion by producing the world’s future protein.
Future-proofing wheat for hotter, drier climates
CSIRO scientists have identified new genetics that enable wheat varieties to tap into moisture up to two times deeper in the soil than current varieties.
It’s automatic: digitising food safety compliance
Australia has an enviable reputation as a world-class food producer. Digital transformation of the country’s food supply chain will enable automated compliance. It will also provide deep analytics to enhance food safety and quality.
Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and deep learning: what can they do for agriculture?
Artificial intelligence and its sub-branches machine learning and deep learning are making their way into agriculture and agribusiness. They're helping make decisions and predictions once never dreamed of.
The eyes don’t have it: Machine vision to improve cotton breeding
It might surprise you that the precise scientific field of cotton breeding also involves a high degree of visual estimation. Can artificial intelligence and machine learning take its place?