Two years on flood debris causes cane harvest damage but prices are at record high

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July 28 2023 - 7:00am
Sugar cane harvest underway in the Tweed valley. File photo.
Sugar cane harvest underway in the Tweed valley. File photo.

Flood debris from last year's devastating inundation continues to cause damage to harvesting equipment as two year old sugar cane is cut from Northern Rivers' paddocks.

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Jamie Brown

North Coast reporter

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