Winter crop planting window still open

Simon Chamberlain
By Simon Chamberlain
Updated June 15 2022 - 12:35am, first published 12:34am
Farmers hoping to sow late winter crops should carefully weigh their crop variety choices, and any potential for disease, NSW DPI crop physiologist Dr Felicity Harris (inset) warns. Photos: Simon Chamberlain.

Barley as a late sown winter crop might be a better option for farmers hindered by wet paddocks, NSW Department of Primary Industries crop physiologist Dr Felicity Harris has said.