Chesney Partnership's summer crop rotation set-up for a controlled growing season

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Updated October 13 2023 - 11:51am, first published 11:00am
Mick Humphries, Chesney Partnership near Ashley planting summer sorghum ahead of irrigation. The outlook is bright.
Mick Humphries, Chesney Partnership near Ashley planting summer sorghum ahead of irrigation. The outlook is bright.

Irrigators are in the driver's seat this season, with full dams in the upper state's catchments and a promise of less pest pressure due to the dry weather.

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Jamie Brown

North Coast reporter

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