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Crop production forecast up 12%

Cooler conditions and decent rainfall have prompted the grain industry association to boost production forecasts across regional Western Australia by 12.4 per cent.

Along with rainfall and cooler weather, a lower frost impact on crops is expected to help the state to achieve 11.53 million tonnes in production by the end of the season, according to the Grain Industry Association of Western Australia’s latest crop report.

Of that output, the majority will be made up of wheat, with about 6.3mt to be produced, up 12.8 per cent on September forecasts.

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