Agronomy team

Leading the way in agronomy

To ensure we’re providing leading plant nutrition advice, we’ve put together a team of agronomists across the state. 

Our agronomy team supports customers locally with fertiliser and farm planning recommendations. Our agronomists also run local field trial programs to help us give you better fertiliser recommendations. 

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Meet our agronomy team

Angus McAlpine
Angus McAlpine - Central Midlands Agronomist
Angus McAlpine grew up on his family’s farms in Maya and at Badgingarra. 

He completed a Bachelor of Agribusiness at Muresk before joining the company’s field research team and has since worked as a Trainee Area Manager, Dalwallinu Area Manager and is now the Agronomist for the Central Midlands area, with a keen interest in crop nutrition.
James Easton
James Easton - Senior Agronomist
James has 30 years’ experience in agriculture since joining CSBP in 1988.

James has been involved in Field Research through various roles as an Agricultural Officer, Area Manager, Regional Agronomist, Field Research Manager and now Senior Agronomist. As Senior Agronomist he works with the CSBP Agronomy and Field Research teams to further our understanding of crop and pasture fertiliser requirements under constantly evolving farming systems and practices.

James is passionate about plant nutrition and sharing this knowledge with work colleagues and farmers as well as with the broader industry. 
Keith Gundill
Keith Gundill - Albany Agronomist
Keith grew up on the family farm at Three Springs and has been with CSBP for over 20 years in various technical and advisory roles.

He values the relationships he has developed with customers, and remains keen to continue to help farmers to make informed decisions about fertiliser use.
Luigi Moreschi - Northern Agronomist
Luigi is from a family farm at Lake King and has always had a passion for agriculture. 

He is a highly respected agronomist for CSBP and has been based at Dongara for nearly 20 years. He also runs a Lifetime Ewe Management Group in the area. 
Luke Dawson - Senior Agronomist
Luke was raised on the family farm at Warralakin east of Mukinbudin before completing a degree at the Muresk Institute of Agriculture. 

Luke started with CSBP in 2005 as a trainee Area Manager and has since worked as an Area Manager based in Hyden, Esperance, and Dalwallinu and District Manager for the Central Midlands District, now based in Kwinana as the Senior Agronomist. 

Luke brings a strong nutritional background to the role, as well as a focus adding value through CSBP's services. 
Scott Nelson - Agronomist
Scott was raised in Narrogin on a farm at Nomans Lake. 

After a stint on the family farm, Scott also worked for several local rural and merchandise businesses and his own retail sporting business before joining CSBP in 2010, as an Esperance Area Manager. Scott’s knowledge and passion for crop nutrition has seen him move into his most recent role of Agronomist for the Esperance and Eastern regions.
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