Flood washup fears settled for growers

Vanessa Binks
By Vanessa Binks
Updated July 4 2022 - 1:30pm, first published February 25 2022 - 3:04am
SEVERE DAMAGE: Eyre Peninsula farmer Peta Willmott and Grain Producers SA chair Adrian McCabe with a damaged road used to deliver grain. Photo: BRAD PERRY

AFTER some parts of the Eyre Peninsula had a whopping 300 millimetres of rain fall in just two days at the end of January, growers were faced with a devastating cleanup and the daunting task of planning this year's cropping program in a destroyed landscape.

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Vanessa Binks

Vanessa Binks

Markets Editor/Journalist

I am the Markets Editor and journalist at the Stock Journal. I am based at Nuriootpa in SA's lower north.

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