Agriculture sector adapts to unusual weather patterns

Sophie Schulz With Umbrella Down TBW Newsgroup
EARLY WINTER SNAP: With only one day of the month to go, Mount Gambier has recorded approximately 60mm of rainfall compared to over 110mm last year. Elders Mount Gambier agronomist Sophie Schulz said the figure came unexpected as the region usually considered July to be its wettest month of the year. Picture: MOLLY TAYLOR

THE Limestone Coast agricultural sector is preparing to adapt to the impacts of unusual weather patterns in recent weeks as an early cold snap and drier than normal July from dramatically impacted rainfall.

According to the Bureau of

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