As the world’s population continues to increase, we will need to double food production by 2050 to meet global demands, while protecting our fragile resources for the 'Dining Boom' (National Geographic, 2017). So what can be done to help?
You can be part of the solution by studying topics such as the design of intelligent irrigation systems to maximise crop yield (whilst saving valuable water resources) or the use of precision agriculture to increase the effectiveness and accuracy of fertiliser and herbicide application — and you can do it right here at UniSQ!
UniSQ offers a wide range of Agricultural Engineering courses . As an agricultural engineer, you will design, plan, supervise, manage, and build environmentally impactful solutions. It’s a field of study that’s great for people committed to innovative ideas and who want to be at the forefront of new technologies and make the world a better place.