Drones as common as tractors? Farm technology in 2025
In a shed near Toowoomba, researchers at the University of Southern Queensland are developing the tools and techniques they think will dominate farming practice by 2025. The Institute for Agriculture and the Environment executive manager Kevin Norman said the University of Southern Queensland had invested $30 million in its agriculture research programs. “There’s some really exciting things coming on … real world practical solutions that we can deliver to our farmers,” he said.