AGRONOMY EXPERTISE AND KNOW-HOW

With five experienced agronomists on the Lipp’s team, you can be confident that you will receive specialist professional agronomy advise for all types of crops and pastures throughout Victoria and New South Wales. Lipp’s agonomists can create a fertiliser and crop chemical program specific to your requirements. With Fertcare accreditation and Incitec Pivots Agronomy Advantage accreditation, you can be sure that Lipp’s agronomy advice is backed by science and training.

WHAT YOU GET FROM THE LIPP’S AGRONOMY SERVICE

Lipp’s Agronomy team provide:

Soil sampling and analysis: Lipps will take your samples and forward to labs accredited with NATA and ASPAC accreditation. From this they create a fertiliser program tailored to your farm and budget requirements. Top and deep samples are georeferenced to enable repeat sampling in future years.

Tissue samples: Lipps can tissue test for all crop and pasture. For diagnostic/troubleshooting or monitoring of broadacre crops, pastures and horticulture, Lipp’s not only take the samples but provide a reliable recommendation and follow up service.

Farm Maps: Lipp’s can create a detailed map of your farm highlighting paddocks with accurate areas and landmarks, e.g. sheds, fences, water wheels. This is great for new employees and contractors ensuring that right job gets done in the correct paddock!

Newsletters: Lipp’s provide timely industry related news and features through regular mail outs to their customers. Information about new products and pricing updates keeps you in touch.

Fertiliser & Chemical Advice: We can provide one on one advice that works for you. Whether it’s in the paddock, around the table or over the phone and internet, Lipp’s agronomists provide specific recommendations to meet your requirements. Lipp’s don’t just sell what they have in their warehouse. With logistic support second to none, Lipp’s can create a prescription fertiliser blend and chemical advice for one paddock or a whole farm plan.

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