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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Founded in 2006 and publicly listed in November 2013, its 'micro-blogging' concept allows users to send short messages (tweets) of 140 characters or less... Greg says although some of his clients were also sceptical, about half are now using Twitter, with tweets ranging from rain updates to technical questions... 'Twitt-ionary' Twitter: a free social messaging tool through which users can send brief text updates - or 'tweets' - of up to 140 characters in length (you can start an account at: www.twitter.com/login )...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers in the southern cropping region can look forward to better access to advisers and off-farm resources as communications technology makes its way onto more farms in coming years... "With high speed internet connection, the options include video conferencing which means farmers can talk to their business advisers, their agronomist and their machinery resellers in a face-to-face way, live, just like you would have an ordinary conversation," Dr Lamb said at a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) grains research Update... "Using the technology generating data, including yield data from a harvester monitor, or nutrient maps or soil moisture maps, the services sector can collect that data and information and put it together to provide meaningful advice for growers...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Social media helps GRDC keep industry ahead.. GRDC's manager of online communities Prudence Cook said Australian grain growers had much to gain from the use of social media as a communications tool, enabling them to source on-the-spot agronomic information and production advice from other growers, industry bodies, respected advisors and researchers... Topics covered in the presentation include the evolution of social media in Australian agriculture - how is it used in the grains industry and common myths; Twitter - what is it, what conversations are happening and what's the best bang for your buck when looking for grains information and troubleshooting; and key considerations before you start tweeting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
GRDC embraces the digital age at AgQuip.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation's (GRDC) social media adviser Pru Cook will be on hand at the GRDC site I/24 to assist growers in the use of smartphones and tablets, social media and other digital tools such as the GRDC GrowNotes modules, GRDC apps and YouTube videos... Ms Cook said digital resources were evolving to become one of the most valuable tools for the Australian grains industry, enabling growers to instantaneously access up-to-date technical information to assist in crop management decisions and improve productivity...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
GRDC embraces the digital age at AgQuip.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation's (GRDC) social media adviser Pru Cook will be on hand at the GRDC site I/24 to assist growers in the use of smartphones and tablets, social media and other digital tools such as the GRDC GrowNotes modules, GRDC apps and YouTube videos... Ms Cook said digital resources were evolving to become one of the most valuable tools for the Australian grains industry, enabling growers to instantaneously access up-to-date technical information to assist in crop management decisions and improve productivity...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The GRDC has evolved significantly in the way it interacts with growers and the research community, embracing the use of Twitter and Facebook to offer users the ability to view and engage with the latest in grains information... GRDC's manager of online communities Prudence Cook said Australian grain growers had much to gain from the use of social media as a communications tool, enabling them to source on-the-spot agronomic information and production advice from other growers, industry bodies, respected advisors and researchers... Topics covered in the presentation include the evolution of social media in Australian agriculture - how is it used in the grains industry and common myths; Twitter - what is it, what conversations are happening and what's the best bang for your buck when looking for grains information and troubleshooting; and key considerations before you start tweeting...
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