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09.06.2013

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Vic fruitgrowers seek $40m in government help MP3

Victorian fruitgrowers are asking for nearly $40 million in government funding to help them survive the drop in demand for their products from cannery SPC Ardmona. The money would be used to destroy excess fruit and trees and help growers move into other crops in the state's Goulburn Valley. Source: abc.net.au

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