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Softball sized sensor changing the way farmers store grain

Rural News

Manually checking grain in storage to make sure it hasn’t spoiled could be a thing of the past

AgTech company TeleSense has developed the softball size sensor, that’s simply placed in storage to monitor the quality of the grain.

Former Graincorp Chief Executive Mark Palmquist has joined the board, as the company looks to expand in Australia.

Rural editor Eddie Summerfield caught up with TeleSense Executive Chairman Marcus Kennedy:

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