How to get farmers to buy water for your crop

Farming and farming techniques that require water are increasingly becoming important as water resources become more limited.

The new study, led by University of NSW researcher Dr Andrew White, suggests farmers should consider the possibility of using water-saving technologies when buying their water.

The report’s findings are based on a review of the water use in Australian farming and agriculture, which is part of a new research program, Water Matters Australia, launched in April.

Dr White, who has been studying water and farming for more than two decades, said the report’s results suggested farmers should take advantage of the new water-use-and-water-efficiency (WUEW) technologies being developed by researchers around the world.

“The technology is coming along and it’s going to be very, very useful,” he said.

“There are a lot of people working on the technology and they’ve just been able to get to a stage where they’re going to make their own recommendations and make recommendations to the industry and get industry to make recommendations.”

Dr White said WUEW technology could be used to reduce water consumption and water-intensive production in order to reduce overall water use.

“What we’re trying to do is to use technology to change the way we think about water consumption,” he told News.

“Water is a big part of the environment and so to use a technology to reduce that would be very useful.”

Dr John Cockerham, from the National Farmers Union, said water conservation was a key issue in the Australian economy.

“We’re having to make do with less water than we used to because of the climate change and the water scarcity that we’re facing,” he explained.

“It’s a lot less than it was 40 years ago and we have to do something about that.”

Dr Cockerhans group is currently urging the Australian Government to allow water conservation for commercial and industrial purposes.

“That’s an area where there’s a huge potential,” he noted.

“This report says there’s probably some way to do that.

It’s a very encouraging report and it shows that we can do a lot to reduce our water use and reduce our reliance on it.”

The study, which Dr White said was not peer-reviewed, was published in the journal Water Resources Research.

India has been developing smart, high-tech water sensors for the first time

Posted September 21, 2019 09:48:18As the world’s largest producer of agricultural water technology agrochemicals company India has come up with a new and unique water sensor system for farmers, water purifiers and farmers to improve the water quality of their water.

The system, dubbed ‘Ranga-1’, is a multi-layered, ultra-high-tech sensor which uses electrochemical sensors to measure and control the temperature and humidity of the water.

The sensors are connected to a smart water pump and can be activated in a matter of minutes to help reduce evaporation and allow the plant to recover water from the soil.

The company has already developed a similar sensor for farmers in Gujarat, which can be used in conjunction with the city’s water management system.

“We have a huge number of water resources and we need to be very efficient with them,” said Jyoti Ranganathan, executive vice president and chief operating officer, AgriPulse.

“So we have developed a sensor to manage the water resources in a way that is more efficient.”

“We can now reduce evaperonisation, which means that our plants can recover the water more quickly.

It’s like the air conditioner that allows us to have more air flow,” said Ranganath.

Ranga 1 is a high-efficiency sensor that can be attached to any water pump in the city.

The sensors are also capable of detecting the presence of bacteria, algae, and viruses.

The sensor can also identify the presence or absence of water pollutants.

The technology is not only aimed at improving water quality, but also for protecting the environment.

According to the company, the system can monitor the water temperature and monitor the amount of precipitation.

It can also monitor the air temperature, monitor the pressure, monitor water level, and monitor water movement.

The water sensor, which was developed by Agri Pulse, is a key component in the company’s ongoing agroecosystems business, which is also responsible for the development of the new ‘Smart-Water’ and ‘Smart’ technology for the agrochemical industry.

The sensor system was developed at the Centre for Energy and Environment, where Agri is a member.

“Our sensors can detect the presence and absence of bacteria and algae, which in turn can affect the quality of the agroprometrics,” Ranganatha said.

The smart sensor is also capable to identify the types of contaminants that are present in the water, and can also track them.

The company says that the sensor can identify which types of bacteria are present and which are not.

The information can be monitored by the city, which sends it to the farmers’ and other users’ devices.

“The information that we can collect is very valuable, because it will help us understand how to control the water in our farm, and we can monitor and control it more effectively,” Ranga said.