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Lessons from the Korean War: The OODA Loop in Agtech

The OODA Loop, also known as the “Boyd Cycle,” emerged in the 1950s as a response to the challenges faced by US fighter pilots in combat against the MiG-15 during the Korean War. Developed by Colonel John Boyd, this decision-making framework aimed to counter the superior maneuverability of the MiG-15. While the MiG could outperform […]

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Outback Samplers: Braving the Outback, One Core at A Time

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 in terms of water retention and overall landscape function.

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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

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