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Chris Merry

Chris Merry

Senior Agronomist


With over 13 years’ experience in Agriculture, Chris Merry is well known in Agriculture in Tasmania. Chris received his Bachelor of Agricultural Science with Honours from the University of Tasmania in 2004 and began his career with Agronico after some summer work experience with Botanical Resources of Australia.

Chris works with a variety of both agribusiness and individual growers specialising in all aspects of vegetable agronomy. Chris specialises in providing assistance with the production of crops such as Onions, Potatoes, Carrots, Broccoli, Cauliflowers, Beans & Peas as well as other minor crops. Chris is experienced with all aspects of crop production from planting through to harvest.

Chris currently works out of Launceston and services clients across all of Northern Tasmania.

Chris is married with 3 children.

I have been buying seed potatoes from Agronico for close to 10 years. I can produce potato crops averaging 65-70 tonnes p/ha and have had seasons in excess of 75 tonnes p/ha. I enjoy the relationship I have with Agronico and find them very easy to deal with. They keep me in the loop throughout the ordering and delivery process. I have no problems recommending Agronico Seed Potatoes.
Nigel WadeTable Cape Alliance
I have been purchasing Agronico seed for the last 5 years and have found that my potato yields have increased to about 62 t/ha on average. The improvements are a combination of factors including seed quality and I am now more confident of producing good crops of potatoes.  The evenness of Agronico's seed has been a great advantage.
Neil JohnsonPotato Grower
Building Agronico's cool storage facility has been as good as it gets! This large scale project went very smoothly.  The sheer size of this building gave Bison the opportunity to showcase our efficient construction processes while utilizing some of our larger construction equipment.  I must say I admire owner Julian Shaw and his team for this bold move and trust the building serves them well in the future of seed production.
David BissetProject Manager Bison Constructions