'Smart siphons' could help growers deal with the labour shortage

Brandon Long
Updated July 4 2022 - 11:22pm, first published March 22 2022 - 9:00am
NEW WAVE: Smart Syphon managing director Gavin Kelly says automated siphons are the way of the future for many growers. Photo: Brandon Long
NEW WAVE: Smart Syphon managing director Gavin Kelly says automated siphons are the way of the future for many growers. Photo: Brandon Long

'Smart siphons' operated by smartphone could get irrigated crop growers out of a tight squeeze when faced with a labour shortage.

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Brandon Long

Brandon Long

Queensland Country Life journalist

Brandon Long is a Queensland Country Life journalist based in Toowoomba.

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