Warwick: Arthur Le Feuvre (email@example.com)
While there was widespread rain across the state, most of it was light and of little value. There were a few exceptions along parts of the NSW border.
Worm activity is not expected to increase—this has got more to do with the lack of rain than temperatures. Always remember that it is rare for daily temperatures to fall low enough to do more than slow down barber’s pole.
Also remember that barber’s pole seems to develop resistance to a drench faster than other worms.