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At the start of the year things were not looking too great with dry conditions across the state in the lead up to seeding. But as seeding kicked into gear the season broke and hasn’t really stopped.
With nearly every region receiving one of the best in season rainfalls it has SA on track to produce a bumper crop, from Naracoorte to Ceduna things are looking really good, although there is a few more months to get through yet.
Most areas are looking sensational, however some disease pressure has started to take effect, and with some crops in a little earlier than normal this year the frost window is causing a few concerns with some Ha already being hit in the Eyre Peninsula.