Rain threw up challenges for cotton growers this year

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May 29 2020 - 8:00am
Southern Cotton CEO Kate O'Callaghan and farm manager Paul Flewitt. They said despite the tough seasonal conditions and low plantings, growers have come away with reasonable yields, good prices and some water savings.
Southern Cotton CEO Kate O'Callaghan and farm manager Paul Flewitt. They said despite the tough seasonal conditions and low plantings, growers have come away with reasonable yields, good prices and some water savings.

Higher than average autumn rain was welcomed with open arms by farmers across the state, but for southern NSW cotton growers it has been yet another obstacle thrown at them in what was already a challenging season.

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Olivia Calver

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