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Grains In Victoria – an overview Brian Kearns 1
Victoria’s Grain Production 2 Crop Production 2013-14 ('000 tonnes) Victoria % of Australia’s production Wheat 3,54113% Barley 2,17823% Canola 92226% Lupins 264% Field peas 6820% Chickpeas 508% Faba beans 12739% Lentils 11244% Oats 23420% Source: ABARES, 2014
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Victorian Grain Crops Pulses Lentils (mostly red, some green) Field peas – kaspa type, dun type, blue, white Chickpeas (kabuli & desi), Faba & broad beans – large and smaller sizes 4
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