Global Agriculture

MagGrow Expands Footprint In Australia And New Zealand

12 October 2021, Australia: MagGrow is delighted to announce the addition of David McGrath as regional business development manager with the aim to support agricultural partnerships and production in Australia and New Zealand.

McGrath is an experienced senior manager with more than a decade of experience in agricultural industries where he’s held a wide range of roles, from business development and sales, to research and development. He brings a strong track record developing successful businesses, managing high-performing teams, and facilitating knowledge transfers that have resulted in improved commercial sales and revenues streams.

David is a trusted advisor among government, business and agricultural circles in Australia and New Zealand, thanks to his success developing, deploying and optimizing systems to support growers across the continent and globally.

Supporting David to create new partnerships and improve sustainability practices, while increasing crop profitability, through the adoption of MagGrow’s spray technology in Australia and New Zealand, is Gillian Byrne.

Gillian Byrne launched MagGrow in Australia and New Zealand last year. Gillian is responsible for sales development, working directly with MagGrow’s dealer partners and managing sales opportunities in Queensland, New South Wales, Northern Territory and New Zealand.

 With concern over critical issues such as spray drift and other threats that have the potential for catastrophic crop damage, MagGrow’s technology gives growers across Australia and New Zealand a highly effective tool to support their efforts – minimizing spray drift, improving profitability, and generally making farmers lives easier.

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 MagGrow’s magnetic-assist technology significantly reduces waste, improves sustainability practices, and delivers important plant protection products where they matter the most. Using the MagGrow boom kit system growers have reduced spraying drift by up to 70% and improved coverage by up to 40% versus conventional spraying methods.