CROPPING

WA harvest will top 24 million tonnes

WESTERN Australia is on track to produce a record winter grain harvest of more than 24 million tonnes.

Staff writer
 WA is on track for a record-breaking year of grain production. Picture Mark Saunders.

WA is on track for a record-breaking year of grain production. Picture Mark Saunders.

The Grain Industry Association of Western Australia (GIWA) December Crop Report forecasts 24,747,000 tonnes of grain will be produced with yields well above average in most areas. GIWA says yields from...

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