‘Ongoing disaster’ as canegrowers suffer from floods and rain | ABC News

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Canegrowers on the state’s far north coast are suffering the most devastating season in living memory. As the price of sugar rises, many are unable to even harvest what little is left of their crops, after floods and heavy rain.

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