At the root of our approach lies the belief that to optimize farming, growers need to be directly connected to their plants, so they can understand and react to their real-time water-demands and conditions.
Building a communication bridge between growers and trees and deciphering their hidden language into an easy to grasp farmer-friendly visual map, hasn't made us less appreciative of the power and intelligence of mother nature.
Our northern-hemisphere growers in the USA and Israel have reached the end of the season. But here in the southern-hemisphere, things are just beginning to flower, giving us an optimistic reminder that while our world is in turmoil, some things just keep growing to their beat.
Here's a quick round-up from the south-hemisphere, courtesy of Brenton Wenham, Territory Manager for Queensland, Australia, where different crops are flowering and showing nature's unmatched splendor:
Apples in Queensland:
Waterfalls off Macadamia flower:
Very high determinate flowering occurring in this avocado orchard:
Limes have just finished flowering and showing quite a large set: