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Southwest Victorian farmer Tom Wilson went into his first season growing graze and grain canola not knowing what to expect, but after seeing returns of $3600 per hectare, he’s sold on the idea of the dual-purpose crop. http://getfarming.com.au/2020/03/27/farmer-makes-3600-ha-with-graze-and-grain-canola/
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