Water as grape, or straight water, which stacks up in 2020?

By Daniel Pedersen
September 26 2019 - 10:00am
Riverina Winegrape Growers chief executive Brian Simpson says growers should talk to the board about their water budgets this year. Photo: Rachael Webb
Riverina Winegrape Growers chief executive Brian Simpson says growers should talk to the board about their water budgets this year. Photo: Rachael Webb

RIVERINA Winegrape Growers is urging its members to seek counsel on setting water budgets for the year, because winegrape prices are predicted to stagnate and it might not be worth producing a crop.

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