$180 million in damage.
“It all started in early November when an incredible late season frost blasted most of western Victoria,” says this Australian website.
“Temperatures dipped below zero, freezing lentils and chickpeas across most of western Victoria and wheat near Ararat.
“Some farmers are comparing the devastation to that of a bushfire as they were forced to watch on helplessly as a year of hard work and hundreds of thousands of dollars of income went to waste.”
The Victorian Government estimates the freeze caused $180 million in damage.
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