Choice to irrigate valuable commodity makes sense this season

By Simon Chamberlain and Jamie Brown
Updated August 30 2023 - 5:12pm, first published 5:00pm
Harry Maunder, Undoolya, Boggabri, puts out 60 siphons to water the family's crop of Janderoi durum wheat after an application of 200kg/ha of urea. Picture by Simon Chamberlain
Harry Maunder, Undoolya, Boggabri, puts out 60 siphons to water the family's crop of Janderoi durum wheat after an application of 200kg/ha of urea. Picture by Simon Chamberlain

Warmer weather and a good watering, plus 200 kilograms a hectare of urea, should be just the ticket to boost growth for the Maunder family's Janderoi durum wheat at Undoolya, Boggabri.

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