The Thomas Elder Institute is partner in the Grains, Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) funded, University of Adelaide-led project which uses machine learning to extract maximum value from soil and crop variability data.
Machine-learning techniques investigate weather and soil constraints contributing to variability in yield from broadacre cropping enterprises. The Institute is working closely with leading Elders agronomists and their clients to provide real-life data into the machine-learning processes.
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For more information including how you can partner with us, please call Dr Michael Wilkes, Head of Thomas Elder Institute on 0438211247.
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