Agronomy Australia

                   growing Australia's future


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

Updates & News

Agronomy Australia is seeking to appoint an Executive Officer

The current Executive Officer is retiring after the 2022 conference and the executive invites suitably qualified applicants to apply for the position.  The position is part-time (1 day per week), working from your own office, with monthly online meetings and one in-person AGM each year. Please contact Dr Ben Biddulph ( for more information. Applications should reach Dr Ben Biddulph ( and cc to the Agronomy Australia office ( before 30 October 2022. 

Use this link to download the position description.

2021/2024 Membership Renewals &  Membership Applications

available via this link.


Use this link to visit the 2022 Qld Conference website

Conference update

On behalf of the Australian Society of Agronomy it is a great pleasure and honour to invite you all to attend the 20th Australian Agronomy Conference, to be held from 18 - 22 September 2022 both in-person in Queensland and also virtually.

Conference planning is in the final stages, the proceedings have been published on line and the trade fair and field trips are finalised.

We look forward to seeing you in Toowoomba.

Kind regards
Executive Committee of the 20th Australian Agronomy Conference

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2024 Australian Agronomy Conference

will be held in Western Australia

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

Download for free using this link.

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