Rain delays Downs grain harvests as those in North Burnett want more wet

Alison Paterson
March 25 2024 - 9:00pm
AgForce Grains president Brendan Taylor on his farm at Warra west of Dalby, said it was "too early to tell" if rain would negatively impact the sorghum harvest. Picture: Supplied
AgForce Grains president Brendan Taylor on his farm at Warra west of Dalby, said it was "too early to tell" if rain would negatively impact the sorghum harvest. Picture: Supplied

As rain makes its way across the state, some growers on the Darling Downs are looking anxiously at the skies as they fear any more wet weather will delay harvests and threaten crop quality.

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