Agronomy Community

The achievement of profitable outcomes for farmers and customers, while minimising risk and preserving the quality of the farm resource base, is the objective of Incitec Pivot Fertilisers Product Development and Technical Team.

These outcomes are delivered to customers through multiple platforms:

  • Expert advice through the Nutrient Advantage System
  • Fertfacts - Technical brochures and bulletins
  • Advisor Accreditation programs - Nutrient Advantage™ and Fertcare™
  • Expert local agronomy advice - Technical Agronomists
  • Access to new speciality fertiliser products
  • Nutrient Advantage Laboratory services

Information is an essential resource for customers and farmers to acquire and utilise in running their businesses or farming operation today.

IPF provides this resource to farmers and customers through the Agronomy Services team. Contact us to find out more about how Incitec Pivot Agronomy Services can assist you to maximise your profitability.

Incitec Pivot Fertilisers' Technical and Development (T&D) team provides distributors and growers with comprehensive nutrient management information and support the introduction of new products. We commission one of the largest plant nutrition R&D programs in Australia, with more than 50 replicated research trials conducted by customers, independent organisations and agronomists each year. 

This long-term program aims to produce insights that benefit Australian farmers and allow them to improve fertiliser use efficiency.

The Agronomy Community is a specialist nutrition website, bringing together Australia’s leading agronomists. It is a comprehensive resource for plant nutrition agronomy and a community where members are invited to participate interact and network with their peers.

Introduced by Incitec Pivot Fertilisers, the Agronomy Community is guided by a Board of respected Australian agronomists to make sure it stays up to date, relevant and accurate.

The Agronomy Community gives Australia’s leading agronomist’s access to a wealth of valuable plant nutrition information including:

  • Current and historical replicated trials data and trial reports
  • Virtual trial videos and photo galleries
  • Relevant industry journals, including CSIRO publications
  • Soil and plant tissue testing information
  • Plant nutrition insights and guidance, through Q & A advice and articles
  • Fertiliser industry information.

Members can also contact each other directly by searching the profiles section and using the contact details displayed. (Members can select whether their contact details are shown).


Membership is determined by the Board. On invitation, you will be asked to complete a Profile Registration form and log in to the website using the username and password supplied. Members log in by following this link Agronomy Community.

To register, simply fill in the details on the registration form. For more information about the Agronomy Community, please contact