Queensland government and Hort Innovation commit $9 million to Gatton Smart Farm

Melody Labinsky
By Melody Labinsky
Updated November 24 2021 - 6:58am, first published 6:30am
Horticultural innovation: Lockyer Valley Growers president Michael Sippel, Hort Innovation head of extension Jane Wightman, Queensland Agriculture Minister Mark Furner, Ausveg deputy chairwoman Belinda Frentz and Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries' Ian Layden turning the sod at the Gatton Smart Farm site.

Australia's fastest growing agricultural sector will benefit from a $9 million investment in technology and infrastructure.

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Melody Labinsky

Melody Labinsky

National machinery and agtech writer

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