PRIMARY producers are invited to be "meteorology eyes and ears on-the-ground", providing information about seasonal conditions as part of a survey being undertaken across Queensland.
Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry general manager Elton Miller said DAFF was seeking observations from rural communities about rainfall and seasonal conditions on local properties.
"Providing local information by using a simple, online form will be an invaluable addition to other research and monitoring data being collated for Local Drought Committees and DAFF to determine seasonal conditions statewide," Mr Miller said.
He said contributions would help LDCs assess how the region was faring. Producers wishing to provide input into the LDC reviews need to complete the web form available at daff.qld.gov.au by tomorrow, April 12.
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