Farming: Business on new horizons

CropLogic chief executive officer James Cooper-Jones says research partnerships are important to the company so it can broaden its scope in overseas industry.

CropLogic chief executive officer James Cooper-Jones says research partnerships are important to the company so it can broaden its scope in overseas industry.

ONLY three months after opening its south-eastern Australia headquarters in Mildura, NZ agricultural technology company CropLogic has announced the creation of a new office in Twin Falls, United States.

The ASX-listed company this week announced following the success of its recently opened regional sales office in Mildura, it will open a new regional sales office in the Idaho city.

Using in-field soil moisture sensors, the CropLogic technology collects real time information before making it available to growers via an app on their computer and smartphone.

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