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Aquaculture GVP up 13% to $1.9 billion
Increased value of salmonids in Tasmania and production of prawns in Queensland drives continued growth of sector
Increasing global supply and drier conditions impact farmers
Value of agricultural production forecast to fall 17% to $78 billion in 2023–24
2023–24 national winter crop production forecast of 46.1 million tonnes
Prospects for winter crops over spring mixed - summer crops planting expected to fall
New report reveals cost impacts of pest animals and weeds
Australian agricultural producers outlay $ billions a year to control established vertebrate pest animals and weeds.