Summer rain produces moisture reserves

By Shannon Beattie
Updated April 15 2021 - 2:07am, first published 2:00am
Seeding for 2021 has begun in Coorow. Photo by Stacey Peck.

ALL regions across the grain growing area of Western Australia have received average or above average January to March rainfall based on records dating back 120 years, with the widespread summer rain resulting in most regions starting off the growing season with subsoil moisture reserves.

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