Go the mighty Corryong Demons!
Corryong is a small town in northeast Victoria with an enormous passion for sport. The Corryong Football Netball Club has a long and proud history having been founded 130 years ago in 1892!
Demons Club Committee member and netball player Rebecca Singe with BioAg’s Peter Emerson proudly showing off our sign.
BioAg wanted to give something back to this mighty community given more than 20 years of continued support for BioAg’s products from growers in the Upper Murray and surrounding areas. The last few years have also been really tough for the region, having battled the double-whammy of devastating bushfires followed by the global COVID pandemic.
“We’ve therefore become proud sponsors of the Corryong Demons FNC!”
Peter Emerson who services the region said “We’ve had tremendous long-term support from growers which we really value. Our natural fertilisers are ideally suited to the Upper Murray soil types with leaching, runoff, and tie-up real challenges in some of the lighter and antagonistic/acidic soils.
“So it’s terrific to be able to supply a quality natural product that helps the soil retain all of the nutrients that healthy soil and plants require. The sustained release nature of BioAgPhos also delivers more Phosphorus for your money as it continues to deliver a steady supply over the next couple of years without the worry of nutrient loss.”
Sporting clubs are the backbone of local communities, bringing everyone together, creating community pride and allowing social interaction to help share and work through challenges life throws at us.
“I’m very proud to see BioAg’s sponsorship sign up at the oval. The growers have backed us and we’re really excited to be backing the Demons and to be part of the Corryong community for the long-term,” said Peter.