La Niña could cost Aussie farmers $1 billion

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The fluctuating fortunes of La Niña

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la nina storm clouds over a field of wheat being harvested in australia
La Niña brings increased rainfall and cooler temperatures to many of Australia's agricultural regions. Credit: Stuart Walmsley / Getty.

The La Niña weather cycle is here for another year. What does that mean for our grain harvest?

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