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The NSW Irrigators’ Council is the peak body representing irrigation farmers and the irrigation industry in NSW. Our members include food and fibre groups, irrigation infrastructure operators, valley water user associations and commodity groups from the rice, cotton, dairy and horticultural industries.
Through our members, the NSW Irrigators’ Council represents 12,000 water access licence holders in NSW who access regulated, unregulated and groundwater systems.

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Metering rollout frustrates irrigators https://t.co/FFmjJgdioT via @thelandnews
There’s more to NRAR story last week as there is with every NRAR story these days about metering 🙄

No, only about 3% on NRAR's own data have made no effort to comply. But we cannot emphasise enough: do not wait until the last minute to order your new meters & contact DQPs. As for Government, it needs to do its job and address barriers to compliance.

https://t.co/9Sl99RsFfE

NSWIC calls for government to pick up the pace of its metering upgrade ‘stroll-out’ by addressing barriers to compliance.

Yes, on farm efficiency is driven by how the irrigator uses water, when irrigations are scheduled, how they are scheduled, basically the farmer can optimise each and every irrigation using in field sensors such as water advance, soil moisture or canopy temperature. https://t.co/PtExIhdky0

And this is after irrigators have waited months for meters to arrive from the too few manufacturers in the market to meet demand & before independent DQPs have run into the technical and administrative barriers to timely validation, and certification. @NSWDPIE_Water

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