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AUSTRALIA-CLIMATE/FARMING
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May 07, 2007 
Farmer Ed Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his Global Positioning System (GPS)-guided disc air... 
Cowra, Australia 
Farmer Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his GPS-guided disc air seeder rig in a paddock on his... 
Farmer Ed Fagan inspects the rows of seeds sown by his Global Positioning System (GPS)-guided disc air seeder rig in a paddock on his property near the western New South Wales town of Cowra, 250 km (155 miles) west of Sydney, May 3, 2007, after the best April rain in ten years fell across southern and eastern Australian growing areas in recent weeks after years of the worst drought on record. Fagan uses GPS to accurately sow the seeds in rows ten inches apart in the heart of Australia's eastern wheat belt and is an example of one of the increasing number of farmers using advanced technology as one way of fighting back against climate change that threatens annual crops. Picture taken May 3, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA) 
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