MOREE’S RECORD HEATWAVE HAS LASTING IMPACT ON PECAN CROPS

Record temperatures on the Moree Plains earlier this year are set to have a lasting impact on next year’s pecan crops.

A grower at Pallamallawa says the yields will be lower next harvest as trees continue to recover.

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