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Australia No end in sight for NSW's big dry

23:30  08 august  2018
23:30  08 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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NSW Primary Industries Minister Niall Blair accepts drier than normal conditions are expected for the rest of 2018. “This is tough,” Mr Blair said in a statement on Wednesday. “There isn’ t a person in the state that isn’ t hoping to see some rain for our farmers and regional communities.”

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The latest Department of Primary Industries data shows almost 22 per cent of NSW is suffering intense drought, 40 per cent is in drought and nearly 38 per cent is drought-affected.

The combined drought indicator - which takes in rainfall, soil water, plant growth and long-term climate data - suggests no part of NSW is recovering despite some recent rains.

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No end in sight for NSW ’ s big dry . Less than 10mm was recorded in the western, northwest and central areas of NSW over the past month and drier -than-normal conditions are forecast for the next three months across the majority of the state.

Less than 10 millimetres was recorded in the western, northwest and central areas of NSW over the past month and drier-than-normal conditions are forecast for the next three months across the majority of the state.

NSW Primary Industries Minister Niall Blair accepts drier than normal conditions are expected for the rest of 2018 and admits it's "tough" for the state's farmers.

Cattle and sheep farmer Robert Lee says climate change is behind the drought crisis.

Mr Lee has been farming near Molong in the state's central west for 32 years.

He says over that time the climate has certainly changed with winter and spring rainfall becoming less reliable.

Mr Lee, a member of Farmers for Climate Action, wants the federal and state governments to accept that reality and come up with a plan to help farmers adjust to a warming environment.

The federal government has announced $12,000 grants for each affected farming family while the NSW government has doubled its funding commitments with a total of $1 billion now available.

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