New technologies are transforming agriculture, but getting farmers to experiment with different tech combinations remains an issue.
A technologically-infused approach can bring benefits, but it also carries risks. In the developing world it can sometimes undermine traditional farming practices and increase inequality.
William Farrington – farmer and CEO, Wi-Sky Queensland
Professor Kristen Lyons – Environment and Development Sociology, University of Queensland
Professor David Lamb – Chief Scientists, Foodagility CRC
Professor Joe Jacobs – Research Director, Ellinbank Smart Farm