Charles Sturt University research project aims to minimise the risk of spontaneous haystack combustion

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By Alexandra Bernard
Updated July 8 2022 - 6:26am, first published July 5 2022 - 8:00am
Charles Sturt University lead researcher Dr John Broster, Wagga Wagga, and Paul Sheridan, Myriota, with a test haystack to measure temperature changes and conditions in a haystack fire.

FARMERS in even the most remote locations will be able minimise the risk of spontaneous haystack combustion with a research project from Charles Sturt University.

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Journalist based in Wagga Wagga covering all things agriculture in southern NSW.