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Title Landline : Growing Celery/Fred Dagg/War On Weeds/Anzac Painters/Rural News/Markets Report.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2017 April 23 at 12:00:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2017.


Location Call No. Status
Physical description 1 streaming video file (57 min. 34 sec.) ; 333626757 bytes
Notes Closed captioning in English.
Summary Growing Celery<br />A large farming operation on Melbourne's outskirts is moving to make way for housing development, but the family-owned company says the move will enable them to grow the business further.<br /><br />Fred Dagg<br />The late John Clarke first came to fame in New Zealand as the character, farmer Fred Dagg, who amused and entertained with his interesting approach to rural life.<br /><br />War On Weeds<br />A community-based natural resources management group in Queensland is working with the state government and landholders to halt the spread of prickly acacia - by stopping the spread of seeds.<br /><br />Anzac Painters<br />Australian troops suffered heavily in mighty battles in northern France 100 years ago. This year, Australian art will feature in centenary commemorations of the battles for Bullecourt.<br /><br />Rural News<br />A look at rural and regional issues making the news this week.<br /><br />Markets Report<br />The legal action over 2011's live trade suspension continues.
Audience Classification NC ACMA.
Other author Courtney, Pip, host.
Staight, Kerry, reporter.
Clarke, John, contributor.
Dagg, Fred, contributor.
Lancey, Chris, contributor.
Schreurs, Adam, contributor.
Schreurs, Ben, contributor.
Schreurs, Chris, contributor.
Subject Acacia.
Celery -- Marketing.
Farmers -- Psychological aspects.
Field crops -- Varieties.
Technology and state.
Vegetation and climate.
News and Current Affairs.