Welcome to Hart
Agricultural research and extension since 1982
Hart is South Australia’s premier agronomic field site, managed by farmers and industry professionals to provide independent research that is timely, relevant and unbiased, as well as cutting edge and innovative.
Located between Blyth and Brinkworth in South Australia’s Mid-North, Hart is situated on 40 hectares owned by the Hart Field-Site Group Inc.
Hart's event calendar begins with our annual Getting The Crop In seminar (March).
2017 REGIONAL INTERNSHIP IN APPLIED GRAINS RESEARCH - apply now
For all the details about the position and how to apply, please visit our CAREERS page.
FIRE DANGER INDEX (FDI)
Just in time for harvest, the Hart weather station can give you a live Fire Danger Index (FDI) rating. Updated every 15 minutes, on high risk days the FDI can be a valuable prompt to check your own paddock conditions. Check it now or find out more about how FDI is calculated: WEATHER STATION
Hart long-term SEEDING SYSTEMS trial - a summary of 16 years of research
“Sixteen crops later this trial has remained one of the most popular in our program.” Hart vice-chairman Justin Wundke.
Get your copy of this full colour, comprehensive booklet, including five very different farmer stories, when you attend the Hart Spring Twilight Walk on October 18th or download it here: HART LONG-TERM SEEDING SYSTEMS TRIAL
We've just undertaken a review of our 5 year strategic plan and one of our focuses for the next 12 months or so will be on you - to make sure we're meeting your expectations and delivering exactly what you need from us. We'll be providing opportunities for you to tell us what you think we do well, what you think we need to do better and what you think we've missed altogether. If you already have some thoughts you'd like to share we'd love to hear from you - all feedback will be greatfully received. PROVIDE FEEDBACK
Search the Hart website
Have you noticed the new search bar at the top right hand side of our website? We hope it you'll find it useful, particularly if you're researching trial results for a particular topic.