The cropping program from S.A. Vic to NSW is off to a flying start and with another load of rain to come over the next few days, there will be a lot of people rubbing their hands together.And hopefully some decent rain into the Murray River storages like the Hume Dam as well.
Sowing underway as farmers hopeful for strong season ahead.
Farmers across southern Australia have begun sowing with expectations yield returns could be far greater this season given the wet start to 2020.
StockandLand show farmers are well underway to planting a variety of crops across Victoria, Southern NSW and eastern SA.
Chances of good winter rain continue to firm as climate drivers fall into line.
AUSTRALIA has enjoyed its wettest first four months of the year since 2016 and the good news is not over.
Further out there is the likelihood of above average winter rain fairly strong for most parts of Australia's agricultural belt.
Croppers across south-eastern Australia had a perfect present on the traditional opening of the planting season on Anzac Day with up to 40mm falling in parts of the northern Wimmera and southern Mallee in Victoria and widespread tallies of 15-25mm across SA, Victoria and Southern NSW.
The rain is not only great news for the farming communities but all the creeks and river systems for our water storage's will be getting primed up ready to start flowing and not to forget the wild life.