Rain revives frost affected broadacre crops in Victoria’s North East

Frost throughout the winter saw temperatures drop to minus eight in some parts of southern New South Wales.

Five thousand acres of cereal, oilseed, and other broadacre crops from Corowa to Wagga were impacted.

International agronomist Leon Martin from the Natural Ecosystems Group told Eliza Beck, recent rain has turned this around.


Photo credit: Arthur Roman via Pixaby


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