Precision agriculture technologies can provide a great range of benefits to vegetable growers by considering the variability of agricultural land and crop growth at sub-farm, row or plant scale.

The Soil Wealth ICP team recently spoke to vegetable grower Adam Schreurs and agronomist Stuart Grigg in a new podcast to hear more about their experience of applying precision agriculture technologies in celery, leek and baby leaf production systems at Schreurs & Sons’ Koo Wee Rup farm in Victoria.

You can also read the accompanying case study which showcases more detailed results on the key findings and lessons learned from the trial.

This resource has been produced by the Hort Innovation-funded Soil Wealth and ICP project – jointly delivered by RM Consulting Group and Applied Horticultural Research.