Important announcement

Given the ongoing uncertainties on interstate travel restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Executive Committee of the Australian Agronomy Conference has decided to reschedule the conference to 6—10 February 2022, still to be held at the Empire Theatre in Toowoomba.

This decision aims to maximise the opportunity for a face-to-face conference so that participants and sponsors can make the most of their effort.

More detailed communications are being sent out to sponsors, presenters and registered delegates.

On behalf of ASA and the Organising Committee, we would like to thank you for your understanding.

We are still very much looking forward to welcoming you in Toowoomba. In the interim we wish you all the best of health.

Kind regards,

Professor Daniel Rodriguez
President, Agronomy Australia


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 6—10 February 2022 in Toowoomba, Australia.

The theme of the conference is System Solutions for Complex Problems. The theme underpins the need to strengthen collaborations between practitioners and researchers from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds to address increasingly complex problems and uncertainties. So, the question is not If, but when and how, multidisciplinary collaborations will be developed.

The 20th Australian Agronomy Conference will feature leading international and national speakers addressing issues such as the need to foster soil biology for enduring profitability, carbon sequestration, herbicide resistance, and the interwoven relationships between food production, energy and the environment. We will discuss and share our latest research findings amongst circa 400 agronomists from Australia and the world, as well as farmers, consultants, agribusinesses and farmer peak bodies.

The selection of Toowoomba is not casual. Toowoomba is located one and a half hours west of Brisbane, is the largest inland city in Australia, as well as one of the largest hubs for research, collaborations, and agri-business start-ups in the Southern Hemisphere.

We hope you will join us to celebrate the convergence of practice and science, and enjoy the cultural diversity of Toowoomba and the spectacular beauty of the region.

Professor Daniel Rodriguez


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Conference: 6—10 Feb

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