Grace Williams
Research Scientist, Farming Systems Innovation
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My role in the department

Grace Williams joined DPIRD’s Regional Research Agronomy project in 2020 undertaking activities including crop sequence trials post-amelioration, and investigations of the feed value and management options of the weed, matricaria.

In April 2021, Grace commenced as a Research Scientist with Farming Systems Innovation, working with Caroline Peek to investigate future farming systems at Merredin’s Future Farming Systems learning hub.

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My background

Grace completed a Bachelor of Science majoring in Agricultural Science at the University of Western Australia in 2016.

Since graduating, she worked briefly as an agronomist at a crop protection company before commencing a research agronomist role for a contract research company. In this role in the central wheatbelt, which she worked in for three years, she managed a large portfolio of trials covering topics including herbicide resistance, crop protection product development, crop nutrition, plant breeding, and research demonstration.