Agronomy Australia

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The Australian Society of Agronomy Inc. is the professional body for agronomists in Australia and New Zealand. It has approximately 500 active members drawn from Government, Universities, research organisations and the private sector.

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2021/2024 Membership Renewals &  Membership Applications

available via this link.

2024 Australian Agronomy Conference

will be held in Western Australia

Important conference update

Due to predictions that COVID infections will likely peak in Queensland in the last week of January or early February, the executive has decided to postpone the 20th Australian Agronomy conference to 18–22 September 2022.

Under current conditions, field trips cannot operate and many of our delegates now have restrictions on their travel. Although contingency planning provided the option of a hybrid conference, a cap of 30% virtual delegates was originally set as Agronomy Conferences are an important forum for researchers and the wider agronomy business community. Offering a predominantly face-to-face conference is integral for networking opportunities and field trips in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, which we believe is a critical outcome of the Agronomy Conference.

All registrations will be automatically transferred to the new conference dates. If you are currently registered to attend as a virtual delegate you will be contacted by the Expert Events team within the next couple of weeks, to confirm if you would like to keep your virtual registration or switch to in-person. 

For those who had booked accommodation through the conference registration portal we are working with the different hotels to either cancel or transfer these bookings. The Expert Events team will be in contact with you shortly to discuss your accommodation options.

Expert Events is currently organising new accommodation blocks for the September dates and will advise everyone, when these will be available to book via the conference registration portal.

We sincerely apologise to all delegates for the inconvenience this may cause. In making this decision, the executive also decided that should the Covid-19 pandemic still be restricting travel in September  the conference will be held fully online and not delayed any further.  The conference proceedings will still be published in February. Having said that, delegates will be able to present updated information during the presentations given at the conference in September. We look forward to you joining us then.

Kind regards
Executive Committee of the 20th Australian Agronomy Conference

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All three special publications produced by Agronomy Australia are now available from the proceedings website:

Australian Agriculture in 2020: From conservation to automation

Agriculture and the Environmental Imperative

Tillage New Directions in Australian Agronomy

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