Laura Goodall posted in agriculture • citizen science • farming • Landcare Research • mice • New Zealand Science • pest control • pests • technology on August 20th, 2014.
New Zealand-designed software created to predict and tackle mouse outbreaks is being trialled in Australia. MouseAlert.org.au is a new, interactive website based on Google-type mapping technology that lets crop farmers record and view mouse activity in their area in real time. It helps inform the community about changes in mouse numbers or damage to crops and when to implement control […]
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