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AUSTRALIAN RURAL & REGIONAL NEWS | Dry seeding pushes on: GPA

As grain producers look to the skies for a proper season break, many growers are close to wrapping up dry seeding their program.


The late break has prompted growers to adjust their cropping program and reduce canola plantings, which typically require a longer growing season, and instead focusing on cereals such as wheat and barley.


Australian Rural & Regional News highlighted the Grain Producers Australia season update, where GPA Chair Barry Large said unseasonably dry conditions across SA and WA needed a confidence boosting rain before the end of May.


Meanwhile, Queensland and northern New South Wales growers have had ample rain and are verging on too wet in some areas that are still harvesting summer crops such as sorghum.






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