Jeremy Lemon has 40 years’ experience in the southern areas of WA in a variety of agronomy research and extension roles. He has worked with grower groups to identify learning priorities and develop activities to address them. He has experience with small plot and paddock scale experiments, reviewing current information and producing extension material, group learning activities such as workshops, tours and field events. His technical interests include crop and pasture agronomy and all aspects of soil management, amelioration and nutrition. Jeremy enjoys networking across a range of research disciplines in order to integrate new ideas to develop more robust farming systems. Past project activities include fostering interstate exchange of farming information, managing nitrogen for grain protein, water use efficiency and subsoil constraints.