Macquarie Valley quality high on limited water

Mark Griggs
Updated December 16 2015 - 3:53pm, first published May 22 2014 - 4:00am
Narromine cotton grower, Barry Dugan shows off some of his cotton now being picked at ?Toobaroo West?, one of the Dugan family partnership?s properties this year growing 164 hectares of cotton.
Narromine cotton grower, Barry Dugan shows off some of his cotton now being picked at ?Toobaroo West?, one of the Dugan family partnership?s properties this year growing 164 hectares of cotton.

MINIMUM irrigation water allocation from Lake Burrendong limited the amount of cotton the Dugan family grew this season to just 164 hectares.

Mark Griggs

Mark Griggs

Journalist

Journalist for The Land at Dubbo.

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