Rain turns the tables on summer crop plantings in NSW and Queensland

By Chris Johnson, Awb Cargill
Updated December 6 2023 - 3:23pm, first published 11:00am
From the Liverpool Plains to Central Queensland, summer crop planting of either sorghum or dryland cotton is ongoing. Picture by Kelly Butterworth
From the Liverpool Plains to Central Queensland, summer crop planting of either sorghum or dryland cotton is ongoing. Picture by Kelly Butterworth

One can only hope that after the big falls across the eastern cropping belt last week, that the Bureau of Meteorology manages to get this week's forecast right, and growers in southern NSW and Victoria escape any significant additional rain.

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