Disease woes on radar with constant wet

Elizabeth Anderson
Updated October 13 2016 - 10:39am, first published 10:37am
WET SITUATION: Andrew Skeer, Hatherleigh, holding son Joel in a field of waterlogged barley, while Leo and Kobe make the most of the situation in the lower South East.
WET SITUATION: Andrew Skeer, Hatherleigh, holding son Joel in a field of waterlogged barley, while Leo and Kobe make the most of the situation in the lower South East.

RECENT wild weather took a toll on crops in the Clare Valley, but further concerns surround waterlogging and the threat of disease.

Elizabeth Anderson

Editor of Stock Journal.

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