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Producers holding back on dry sowing

THE GRAIN Industry Association of Western Australia (GIWA) has released its first outlook for the 2019 season, noting there has been little rain across the state’s grainbelt to enable growers to sow into moisture.

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Dry weather has seen most WA grain producers delay their planting.

Dry weather has seen most WA grain producers delay their planting.

GIWA said the soil profile in most areas is historically very low, with maps supplied by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) climate group showing virtually no sub-soil...

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