15 Ferguson Street, KEWDALE WA 6105
PO Box 50, WELSHPOOL DC WA 6986
Unit 4/5, 8-10 Wentworth Street, EAST WAGGA WAGGA NSW 2650
PO Box 5017, WAGGA WAGGA BC NSW 2650
Kalyx field staff can be found pegging, sowing, spraying, assessing and harvesting field trials in practically every region of the crop and horticulture production belt of mainland Australia. Kalyx not only has a footprint right across rural and regional Australia – we’re prepared to do the kilometres to be there for our clients.
Our offices and staff are strategically positioned to conduct trials in the major broad acre and irrigated cropping belts and the tree crop, turf and vegetable bowls of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia. Whether you are a national or multi-national organisation, government agency, agribusiness or grower group committed to agriculture in Australia, Kalyx is well placed to satisfy your agricultural research requirements. We provide centrally coordinated and managed research on a national scale, and service the full suite of contract research agricultural and horticultural services in all major winter and summer crops, vegetables, turf and tree crops for our clients.
The staff at the WA headquarters in Perth support the team of Research Agronomists/Technicians that coordinate and manage breeding, plant protection, agronomy, farming system, horticultural and GLP trials along with educational/training trials from Mingenew in the north all the way south to Busselton on the south coast into Esperance in the South West. The commercial end of the business operates from Perth.
In South Australia there are staff based in and around Adelaide servicing broadacre, GLP and horticulture along with a team operating out of Naracoorte working on winter and summer cereals, summer seed bulk up work, GLP and horticulture.
The Horsham office in Victoria, has a similar works schedule and links closely with the Naracoorte branch during peak periods such as sowing and harvesting to ensure that the optimum windows are adhered to.
New South Wales, has northern branches in Narrabri and Gunnedah, working in both broadacre and irrigated summer and winter crops. The central and southern part of the state are covered by the Orange, Young and Wagga Wagga branches conducting field trials in broadacre cereals, GLP and horticulture.
The Queensland vegetable bowl is covered along with summer and winter trials including GLP in and around the southern and darling downs by the field team based in Toowoomba.