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1. What is Agronomy? FAgronomy is the science of soil management and crop production. It involves the study of plant genetics, soil science, and meteorology to maximise crop yields and improve agricultural practices.
2. What services does your Agronomy Department offer? Our Agronomy Department offers expert advice and solutions to farmers to maximise their crop yields and improve their overall agricultural practices. Our team of experienced agronomists provides personalised consultations and recommendations to help you achieve your goals. We specialise in soil health, nutrient management, crop rotation, pest and disease control, and much more.
3. How can I get personalised advice and recommendations for my farm? Our department works hand in hand with local farmers to develop customised plans that meet their unique needs and goals. Schedule a consultation with one of our experienced agronomists to get started.
4. What is soil health management? Soil health management involves practices that maintain and improve soil health, including the use of cover crops, reducing tillage, and incorporating organic matter into the soil.
5. What is nutrient management? Nutrient management involves the careful management of nutrients in the soil, including the use of fertilisers and other soil amendments, to maximise crop yields and maintain soil health.
6. How can I control pests and diseases on my farm? Our Agronomy Department offers a range of solutions for pest and disease control, including the u s e of biological controls integrated pest management, and other innovative methods.
7. What is crop rotation? Crop rotation involves the practice of growing different crops in succession on the same land, in order to maintain soil health and reduce the risk of pests and diseases.
8. How can I improve my farm's sustainability practices? Our Agronomy Department offers a range of solutions for sustainable agriculture practices, including the use of cover crops, reduced tillage,and other environmentally friendly methods. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you achieve your sustainability goals. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to contact us. We're here to support you every step of the way!

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