Swaffers' to plant first dryland cotton crop in seven years at Buggarra, north of Clermont

Ben Harden
By Ben Harden
Updated November 21 2021 - 10:42pm, first published 4:00am
COTTON ON: Brendon Swaffer, Bungarra, Clermont, with his loyal dog Mako, after his 4500 hectare property received 130mm of rain last week. Pictures: Ben Harden

A miraculous rainfall event across central and southern Queensland has sparked a widespread cotton plant, with some growers putting in their first crop in years.

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Ben Harden

Ben Harden

Queensland Country Life Journalist

Based in Rockhampton, Central Queensland. Contact: 0437528907

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