Doing More with Less – or More with More? The future of smallholder farming in Africa
Professor Ken Giller, Professor of Plant Production Systems, Wageningen University
Competition, consolidation and computer algorithms: Spelling the end of agronomy as we know it?
Mick Keogh, Commissioner, Australian Competition & Consumer Commission
Doing more for the environment with lower inputs in pasture-based livestock systems: does this always lead to lower outputs?
David Chapman, Principal Scientist, Feed and Farm Systems at Dairy NZ
Professional agronomists helping farmers do more with less in North America and Australia
Dr Tom Jensen, Director, International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI), North America
The role of agronomy in a technical world
Dr Cynthia Grant, Soil Scientist, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Brandon Research Centre (Retired)
Incremental transformation – success from system synergy
Dr John Kirkegaard, Farming Systems Agronomist, CSIRO
Staying profitable with the declining terms of trade – Can growers survive the pressures ahead in Australian mixed cropping systems?
Bill Long, Managing Director and Principal Consultant, Ag Consulting Co
Towards a new food system assessment: AgMIP coordinated global and regional assessments of climate change and food security
Dr Cynthia Rosenweig, NASA, & Dr Peter Thorburn, CSIRO Agriculture and Food
Doing more with less, or coping with excess?
Caroline Welsh, Chairman, Birchip Cropping Group (BCG)
More from Less – “The changing landscape for Australian dairy production”
Tom Acocks, Dairy Farmer
Fifty Years in Pursuit of Agricultural Sustainability – an ever ‘Moving Target’
Professor Timothy Reeves
The AW Howard Memorial Trust Oration
Domestication of pasture and forage legumes for Australian Farming Systems; a personal perspective
Dr Mike Ewing