Our Research

AR's research and extension strategy is developed in conjunction with growers and industry with emphasis on developing a balanced portfolio to address issues facing cropping farmers in both short and long term time frames. FAR encourages collaborative investment in research and extension with other industry groups or companies both nationally and internationally. This may involve joint resourcing with expertise sourced from a number of research businesses including FAR.

FAR Research Strategy (revised 2019)

2019-2020 Research Portfolio

FAR's 2019-20 research portfolio includes 79 proposed projects spread across three main themes:

  • Maximising the productivity and value of cropping
  • Meeting environmental and social best practice
  • Resilient farming systems

The document below lists the current projects, providing details around trial objectives, locations and time frames, as well as links to related research. For more information contact GM Research, Andy Pitman.

Click here to read the 2019-20 Research Portfolio