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IN THIS week’s issue:
■ A NEW trial taking place on mango farms could see growers more than double their productivity.
Dr Geoff Dickinson from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries explains what new growing methods will be used in the project.
■ THE Rockhampton Brahman Week Sale wrapped up on October 3 with the sale as a whole grossing more than $7 million. Association manager of the Australian Brahman Breeders Association Anastasia Fanning talk about what the result means for the industry.
■ AREAS around Central Queensland received some much needed rain at the beginning of the week, but what’s in store for the next week?
Meteorologist Gordon Banks from the Bureau of Meteorology explains how the weather will look next week and how am El Niño will impact the summer.
■ STATION Cook Raqual Humphries came up with the idea many years ago to create a handbook for new station cooks and to give her peers some fresh cooking ideas.
Now the book is set to be published early next year. She talks about what readers can expect and the good cause it will be supporting.
UP FOR SALE: The Brahman Week Sales at the CQLX sale yards at Gracemere.