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Australian winemakers adapting to climate change

A Curtin University survey has shown Australian winemakers are working to reduce climate change by cutting down their use of greenhouse gas-producing agrichemicals.

More than half of the 532 businesses surveyed said they had reduced or were reducing agrichemical use.

Wine producers are also adapting to decreased rainfall and higher temperatures. Almost three-quarters of West Australian winemakers said they were working on ways to save water in their vineyards.

Read more at Curtin University

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