Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Join New Zealand’s premiere rural weather communicator Phil Duncan (WeatherWatch) and Hawke’s Bay farmer and AgriHQ senior analyst Suz Bremner every Wednesday as they track the latest developments with the El Niño weather pattern and what this means for farmers.

El Niño Watch is brought to you by Farmers Weekly and FMG – we’re here for the good of the country.

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