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  • Roger Garnsey
  • A coordinated approach to landscape management

  • Maximising farm productivity through sustainable, innovative agronomy

  • A personal approach

    Providing independent, high quality agronomic advice

Roger Garnsey Agronomy offers independent, up to date agronomic advice to farmers in the ACT & southern NSW. With over 20 years’ agronomy experience in the field, company director, Roger Garnsey works with a range of pastoral & cropping focused enterprises, from smaller family farms to large corporate holdings. Work can range from a simple agronomic query to a more detailed agronomy farm plan, aimed at achieving specific outcomes for every grower. Regardless of the size of your property, we are committed to providing timely, independent advice to you.

We aim to form sound relationships with growers to gain an intimate knowledge of their farming system & long term goals. This allows us to provide high quality, innovative advice based on sound scientific principles to develop management systems which maximize farm returns.

Member of Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology

Member of the Grasslands Society of NSW


Spring Newsletter - October 2017

ESN: Environmentally Smart Nitrogen

ESN or Environmentally Smart Nitrogen is a new development in Nitrogen fertilizer. It is a urea granule comprised of 44% nitrogen contained within a flexible polymer coating. This coating protects the nitrogen from loss mechanisms and releases nitrogen in response to soil temperature.

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Winter Newsletter - July 2017

Making sure your legumes are fixing N

Effective legume nodulation is vital to maximize pasture productivity. A well-functioning legume can fix 20-30 kg Nitrogen (N)/t dry matter, or up to 200 kg N/ha. A recent survey of over 60 paddocks in the Central West and Riverina by NSW DPI & Local Land Services showed more than 90 per cent of paddocks had inadequate levels of nodulation.

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Roger Garnsey Agronomy Spring Newsletter - September 2015
Roger Garnsey Agronomy Spring Newsletter - September 2015

Spring Newsletter - September 2015

Feedtest Paddocks for the Upcoming Hay & Silage Season

We often consider testing stored fodder (cereal grains, hay & silage) for quality before feeding to livestock. However, it is worth considering sampling your pasture or fodder crop this spring, especially for those paddocks intended for hay or silage.

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