Enhance the yield of your crops with our professional agronomy services



Crop production is the cornerstone of the agricultural industry and central to broader society, providing food and feed for consumption, and a range of ingredients and materials for other industries. As such, crop production plays a key role in addressing global challenges such as poverty, malnutrition, food security, and economic prosperity.

Ensuring the continued growth of the crop industry is crucial, and in recent years, the crop/agronomy industry has undergone transformative changes. Technological advancements such as automation and mechanisation have begun to replace traditionally labour-intensive practices, while developments in irrigation, soil management, plant genetics, and crop breeding have fostered more efficient and productive yields.

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Our services

At Farrelly Mitchell, our agronomy consultants have a deep understanding of the tools, strategies, and inputs required to run a successful crop farm.

Crop health:

Crop health can be compromised by poor soil health, weather conditions, disease, pests, and more, damaging overall output and threatening your business. We can assess the condition of your farm, identifying potential hazards your crops may face and developing strategies to establish more resilient and sustainable practices.
We identify and implement new technologies to boost productivity and efficiency on your farm. We on your farm to boost productivity and efficiency, from mechanisation such tractors to state-of-the-art solutions like satellite imagery, IoT, and precision agriculture.

Input management:

Sourcing the right inputs is critical to productivity. We take into consideration the size and goals of your farm to recommend the ideal fertilisers, agrochemicals, and seed varieties for your operations. We also support the implementation of new tools, strategies, and infrastructure, ranging from mechanised equipment to irrigation and ploughing systems.
We help farmers design and adopt sustainable and responsible practices on farm. Our experts can advise on regenerative practices such as cover cropping, agroforestry, circular agriculture, and water conservation, with the long-term goal of safeguarding the longevity, health, diversity, and resilience of your farm.

Optimising crop production

Supporting crop producers with technical and operational insights that maximise productivity and profit

Our expertise

Our agronomy services are supported by decades of practical experience on farms around the world. Our approach to consulting is holistic, blending practical experience with the latest in data-driven tools to deliver modern and tailored solutions that remain grounded in real-world application.

Our recent projects in this sector include:

A thorough feasibility study for a prospective agribusiness investment project located in Sudan, involving a large land development, storage facilities, silos and diverse crop rotation, including wheat, corn, and sunflower crops. The project entailed product mapping, supply chain assessment, farm operations design, irrigation systems design, performance and benchmarking, production and revenue forecasts, and much more.

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Frequently asked questions

Explore our FAQ for answers to common agribusiness queries. Can’t find your question? Contact our expert team for tailored assistance.

What is crop production management?

Crop production management involves a set of agronomy practices aimed at improving the growth, yield, and development of agricultural crops. This includes seedbed preparation, sowing, crop maintenance, harvest, storage, and marketing. These practices are crucial for optimising farm productivity and profitability​​​​.

How does increasing crop production affect the environment?

Increasing crop production can have varied environmental impacts. Intensive farming practices often lead to soil degradation, water resource depletion, and biodiversity loss. Overuse of fertilisers and pesticides can contaminate water bodies and harm wildlife. Sustainable farming practices are essential to mitigate these negative impacts​​.

What are the environmental factors affecting crop production?

Environmental factors that affect crop production include climate (temperature, rainfall), soil type and fertility, water availability, and pest presence. The right balance of these factors is crucial for optimal crop growth and yield​​​​.

What inputs are necessary to improve crop production?

Key inputs for improving crop production include high-quality seeds, fertilisers and pesticides, effective irrigation systems, and suitable harvesting and storage equipment.

How do agronomy consultants support crop producers?

Agronomy consultants support crop producers by offering expert advice on crop management, soil health, pest control, and sustainable farming practices. They help farmers make informed decisions and implement agronomy practices that improve productivity, efficiency, and environmental sustainability on their farms.

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As the crop production industry evolves, producers must be prepared to adapt and innovate to remain competitive and financially viable. Farrelly Mitchell are uniquely positioned to support businesses as they adopt more productive, efficient, and sustainable practices, all while navigating changing market and regulatory environments. Contact us today to learn more.

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