Innovation Hub makes food and fibre more competitive


Henty visitors will get insight into how to make food and fibre systems more competitive, prosperous and sustainable.

Charles Sturt University and its Agritech Incubator will be hosting the “Innovation Hub” at this year’s Henty Machinery Field Days with scheduled presentations about innovation.

Over the three days, Charles Sturt’s Innovation Hub will be showcasing innovations from researchers, alumni and industry leaders, allowing them to share their knowledge and what will make a difference for you and agriculture in the future.

Henty visitors will get insight into how to make food and fibre systems more competitive, prosperous and sustainable.

“Innovation can be inventing something new,” a CSU spokesperson said.

“It’s also looking at a problem in a new way and creating solutions, like changing your business model, or adapting to changes in your environment. Innovation can help you improve your products or services.

“Innovation is something that we all need to work on together, so make sure you come along and find out how you can be a part of the next generation of agriculture.

“Let’s create an innovative culture that is dynamic for agricultural systems within the global landscape.”

For more information about Charles Sturt University and AgriTech Incubator innovation sessions at HMFD please visit – https://research.csu.edu.au/agritech-incubator