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Australian Weekly ABARES Report

Australian Weekly ABARES Report

The Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences

The Australian weekly ABARES report now contains information previously published in the Australian Climate and Agricultural Monthly Update. By combining the weekly and monthly updates readers have improved access to up to date climate, water and commodity information in a single report.

Thunderstorms have reportedly damaged some crops across southern Queensland and northern New South Wales this week.

Frost events associated with cooler than average night-time temperatures across much of southern Australia this week, may...

Parts of the Western Australian wheat belt have received falls of up to 50 millimetres this week, which has reportedly...

Thunderstorm activity has affected producers in parts of southern and central Queensland this week. Hail storms and heavy...

The Bureau of Meteorology predicts a warmer summer with average to above-average rainfall across most of Australia. An El...

Recent frost events across many of Australia’s key grain-growing areas have prompted industry groups to encourage grain...

A cold front has brought wintry conditions to much of south-eastern Australia with severe frosts reported in some areas.

Little to no rainfall and above average daytime temperatures were recorded across large parts of Australia during the past...

Predicted rainfall, will benefit grain production in most areas, particularly the Victorian Mallee and northern parts of the...

According to the September edition ABARES Australian Crop Report, winter crops in Australia face mixed prospects across the...

Two strong frontal systems produced rainfall across southern cropping areas of Australia during the past week, supporting...

The Grains Research and Development Corporation is urging grain growers to check their wheat crops for stripe rust as current...

Most climate models indicate that continued warming of the Tropical Pacific Ocean may exceed El Niño thresholds by the end of...

Average to above average July rainfall in the eastern states has alleviated rainfall deficiencies in western New South Wales...

Colder than average temperatures throughout July 2012 have reportedly decreased vegetable production in Queensland. In the...

For the week ending 25 July 2012, little to no rainfall was recorded across most of Australia. Ongoing cool conditions and...

Rainfall in Queensland has continued to cause delays for the sugarcane harvest. Further west in the state the rain will provide...

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