One of the most rewarding aspects of this project has been engaging with farmers and witnessing their curiosity about the impact of carbon on their land. With soil sampling costs covered by FarmLab, we’ve been able to provide farmers with a gateway to better understand the benefits of good soil health, and increased carbon, particularly
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FarmLab leads largest ever national soil sampling project to build vital blueprint for Australian agriculture
As part of the Federal Government’s National Soil Carbon Innovation Challenge, the University of Queensland, together with FarmLab, Ziltek, AgriCircle, and the University of Aberdeen are leading critical research to enhance Australia’s soil carbon accounting capabilities to achieve its emissions reduction goals, in line with the Paris Agreement. The $4.3 million two-year research project is
For larger clients running carbon and environmental measurement projects across multiple properties, we have introduced a new ‘Data Services’ model to address challenges faced in coordinating samplers, sample plans, and lab tests across many projects, resulting in a lack of transparency and data gaps.
FarmLab, In partnership with UTAS and Perennial, are leading the ‘Kick the $3 Goal’ project to help reduce the cost of sample collection for soil carbon projects across Australia. In partnership with UTAS and Perennial, the KTG project aims to reduce the cost of sample collection for soil carbon projects by providing a better spatial
Australian Agtech company FarmLab has raised $750,000 from Venture Capital firm Artesian Ventures and their GRDC backed ‘GrainInnovate’ fund, and private investors the Prove Group to scale-up it’s soil management platform in light of the increasing focus on Carbon Offsets.
Nine million mangrove trees – one of the fastest growing trees in the world – will be planted by 2030 as part of the Restore Kenya project at Mida Creek, located in the Malindi-Watamu Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO recognised coastal gem.