The Agricultural Systems Management program emphasises integrated applied economic and biophysical research with a systems orientation. The program recognises the need for researchers drawn from both the social and biophysical sciences to work with each other, and with research users, to develop effective agricultural production and marketing practices and resource management strategies. This is achieved through: applying farming systems research principles which recognise the central role of the farmer; making extension systems more effective, and marketing systems research within a whole-of-chain framework. For further information on the program research themes and priority research areas, refer to the attached fact sheet.

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