Following drought or poor crop years there are a range of agronomic factors that can impact on cropping decisions. They include a higher risk of herbicide residues and soil borne diseases but also potential benefits such as carryover soil nutrients and lower risk of foliar diseases.

See the Drought recovery guide for information on:

  • Comparing crop growing costs, gross margins and risk
  • Seed supplies and seed quality
  • Stored soil water
  • Soil fertility
  • Sowing time
  • Herbicide residues
  • Summer fallow weed control
  • Rotations and diseases
  • Cereals for grazing
  • Dual-purpose canola


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