Riverland fruit fly outbreak grows

Katie Jackson
By Katie Jackson
Updated May 18 2022 - 1:29am, first published May 17 2022 - 7:38am
HARD KNOCK: A further fruit fly detection has been declared in the Riverland this week, with Citrus SA chair Mark Doecke saying growers could face losses of upwards of $150 per tonne of fruit due to chemical dips and export restrictions.

THE Riverland fruit industry has been dealt another blow, with a further fruit fly outbreak declared this week.

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Katie Jackson

Katie Jackson

Journalist

Journalist at Stock Journal. Born into a journo family in the state's South East, Katie made the move to the big smoke to join the team in early 2022 after seven years spent at various mastheads in the regions.

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