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Who are we?

AGSWG - 2012
Left to right: Abul Hashem, John Cameron, Andrew Storrie, David Ronald (farmer), Chris Love, Anthony Cook, Chris Preston, Mark Slatter, Ken Young. Not Present: J. Sabeeney, D. Minkey, G. Wells, J. Pedrana, A. May, P. Newman, K. Morthorpe, C. White.
Photo: Peter McKenzie

The Australian Glyphosate Sustainability Working Group (AGSWG) is a collaborative initiative aimed at promoting the sustainable use of glyphosate in Australian agriculture. Participants involved in the AGSWG are from across the industry and include representatives from: 

Organisations involved in the AGSWG include: Monsanto Australia, Syngenta Crop Protection, Nufarm Australia, Bayer CropScience, DuPont Pioneer, Dow AgroSciences, Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (University of WA), University of Adelaide, Queensland DAF, Department of Agriculture and Food WA, NSW Department of Primary Industries, Crop Life Australia Herbicide Resistance Management Review Group, Horticulture Australia Ltd, Cotton Research and Development Corporation, Independent Consultants Australia Network, AGRONOMO, The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and Conservation Agricultural Australia Inc.  (CAAI).

For profiles of committee members, please click here

The AGSWG gratefully acknowledges the support of the GRDC and Bayer CropScience, Dupont Pioneer, Dow AgroSciences, Monsanto Australia, Nufarm and Syngenta Crop Protection. 


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