ADAMA Wins AusVeg Productivity Award

ADAMA has won the AUSVEG Productivity Partner Award for its successful development of Trapview, a fully integrated system for growers to monitor pests in their crops.

15 August 2015

ADAMA has won the AUSVEG Productivity Partner Award for its successful development of Trapview, a fully integrated system for growers to monitor pests in their crops.

The system takes photographs of the crop at user defined times and stores the data collected on a cloud-based system for growers to access from their computers or smart devices.

The innovative insect monitoring system was launched in Australia during the 2015 National Horticulture Convention and has received widespread support from growers and industry leaders across the country. 

"Adama has delivered a system for Australian vegetable, potato, and horticulture growers that utilises an automated, real time data collection process and provides growers with an easy-to-navigate platform to analyse pest information and make decisions on how to best combat any pests that may be present," AUSVEG CEO Richard Mulcahy said.

"Their research outcomes will have a profound impact on the way our industry can deal with pests and will give growers the information they need to combat them."

For more information please contact

Scott Harlum
Campaign & Brand Manager
Email: scott.harlum@adama.com

* This article was written by Rural Business Magazine

Boomaroo head of sales and marketing Emily White presents the AUSVEG Productivity Partner Award to Adama CEO Darrin Hines.
Boomaroo head of sales and marketing Emily White presents the AUSVEG Productivity Partner Award to Adama CEO Darrin Hines.