This week's Flashback Friday goes back to November 2006.
Water was in the spotlight for this particular month, with farmers fighting for pulp mill approval and South Australian growers given no guarantees on drought funding.
South Australian Wool Growers were urged to vote for the 2 per cent option in the 2006 WoolPoll, which enabled funds of an estimated $60 million to aid research development, marketing and wool grower services through Australian Wool Innovation.
Agricultural innovations in technology take centre stage as new solutions to save water in drought surface, such as the Aussie Quick-Prime QP402 and the Dosmatic liquid injector system.
There was also help for those looking for love, with the Hunks and Spunks competition underway, drawing in plenty of entries.
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