SUPER DRY... Ardrossan farmer Ashley Rowe shows how dry the soil is at his property leading up to seeding. Mr Rowe expects to start seeding tomorrow (Anzac Day) or a couple of days after, as per tradition. SUPER DRY... Ardrossan farmer Ashley Rowe shows how dry the soil is at his property leading up to seeding. Mr Rowe expects to start seeding tomorrow (Anzac Day) or a couple of days after, as per tradition.

DRY START TO SEEDING

SEEDING has started on Yorke Peninsula despite a lack of rain.

Some farmers have begun their 2018 programs, particularly throughout central YP.

Many others plan to start from Anzac Day or soon after. They face the challenges of dry soil, and  mice infestations.

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