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Drought to again see smaller macadamia crop

The on-going impact of drought will see this year’s macadamia crop reach 36,000 tonnes about 4,000 down on last year.

Substantial rainfall in some major growing areas has been welcomed by growers, but has come too late to impact this year’s crop.

Rural reporter Eddie Summerfield spoke with Australian Macadamia Society Chief Executive Jolyon Burnett:

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