Riverina citrus growers suffering horror season

Alexandra Bernard
Updated November 30 2022 - 3:26pm, first published November 22 2022 - 5:00am
Vito Mancini with some of the thousands of tonnes of oranges that have been dumped in the Riverina this season. Growers have faced a multitude of issues including weather, freight and labour shortages. Picture supplied
Vito Mancini with some of the thousands of tonnes of oranges that have been dumped in the Riverina this season. Growers have faced a multitude of issues including weather, freight and labour shortages. Picture supplied

THOUSANDS of tonnes of oranges in the Riverina have been left to rot as growers grapple with a bundle of issues including weather, labour, freight and low prices.

Alexandra Bernard

Journalist based in Wagga Wagga covering all things agriculture in southern NSW.

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