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Previous Conferences

  • 20th Conference 'System Solutions for Complex Problems' Toowoomba Queensland September 2022 (rescheduled  from 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic)

  • 19th Conference 'Cells to Satellites' Wagga Wagga NSW 2019

  • 18th Conference 'Doing More with Less' Ballarat Victoria  September 2017

  • 17th 'Building Productive, Diverse and Sustainable Landscapes' Hobart Tasmania September 2015

  • 16th 'Capturing Opportunities and Overcoming Obstacles in Australian Agronomy' Armidale New South Wales October 2012

  • 15th 'Food Security from Sustainable Agriculture' Lincoln New Zealand November 2010 (joint meeting with NZ Grasslands, Agronomy NZ, & NZ Society of Soil Science*)

  • 14th 'Global Issues Paddock Action' Adelaide South Australia September 2008

  • 13th 'Ground-breaking Stuff " Perth Western Australia September 2006

  • 12th 'Australian Agriculture Learning from the Past, Planning for the Future' Brisbane Queensland February 2004 (held in conjunction with the International Crop Science Congress)

  • 11th 'Solutions for a New Environment' Geelong Victoria February 2003

  • 10th 'Science and Technology: Delivering Results for Agriculture?' Hobart Tasmania January 2001

  • 9th ''Agronomy - Growing a Greener Future' Wagga Wagga New South Wales July 1998

  • 8th ''Agronomy - Science with its Sleeves Rolled Up' Toowoomba Queensland January 1996

  • 7th ''Farming - From Paddock to Plate' Adelaide South Australia September 1993

  • 6th ''Looking back - Planning Ahead' Armidale New South Wales February 1992

  • 5th  'Agronomy in a Mediterranean Environment' Perth Western Australia February 1989 (planned for 1989 but held in February 1990 due to a pilots strike)

  • 4th  'Responding to Change' Melbourne Victoria 1987

  • 3rd  'Crop and Pasture Production - Science and Practice' Hobart Tasmania 1985

  • 2nd 'Assessing the Need for Change' Wagga Wagga New South Wales1982

  • 1st  'Pathways to Productivity' Lawes Gatton Queensland 1980

*Thanks to Dr Rob Norton for the additional information provided

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