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“Traceability” and Nuclear waste on agricultural land?

Kazzi Jai From Keith Pitt’s facebook page today – 28/11/2020...”With more consumers wanting to know where their produce comes from, a new Federal funding round is available to enhance traceability.

Traceability is an important aspect of the agricultural supply chain and increasing export opportunities, and with Hinkler being home to many premium agricultural producers, businesses and organisations, it is a great opportunity to apply.

Applications are open now for Round 2 of the Traceability Grants Program and close on January 21, 2021.”  more https://www.agriculture.gov.au/market-access-trade/traceability-grants-program?fbclid=IwAR2ngI3mkhJIpwfguNAM4rheSiggOmYPgn4BLE34TL76CNFgjCBuuBZErj0

Soooo……”traceability is an important aspect of the agricultural supply change and increasing export opportunities” – how EXACTLY does a proposed nuclear wasteland ON Agricultural land in Kimba South Australia factor into this?? An asset?

November 29, 2020 - Posted by | Federal nuclear waste dump, South Australia

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