Athena IR-Tech, a company based in Adelaide, Australia, is commercialising research from the University of Adelaide that provides a solution notifying farmers when their crops need irrigation based on whether the plant is transpiring at an optimal level.
This method of watching the daily output of how well the plant is transpiring directly correlates to how well it is using the water available to it to photosynthesise, and therefore, allows us to maximise the water use efficiency of the crop without compromising crop yield or quality.
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