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Agronomist of the Year Award – Zoe McInnes Memorial Award Study Tour

The 2023 Australian Summer Grains Conference is once again pleased to call for nominations for the Zoe McInnes award valued at $5000. The award recognises the outstanding contribution to Agronomic excellence by an agronomist and will be presented as part of the conference dinner awards program.

The Australian Mungbean Association continues to financially support of this award.

This Award was established in memory of much loved and valued agronomist Zoe McInnes, who was tragically lost to the industry in a farming accident in 2013. Zoe epitomised the passion and dedication required to continually improve outcomes for the industry through her commitment to providing the best solutions to clients and her own personal development during her career.

Download the nomination form.


Mungbean agronomy courses

Mungbean agronomy course – Mackay

27 and 28 April, 2023

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Mungbean agronomy course – Kununurra

13 and 14 June, 2023

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