|Rob Hulls: Water unbundling is an important reform that has given irrigators more options to manage their way through the drought, whether by supplementing low allocations, by buying more water, or selling water they don't need, or for cash flow. The drought impacts on individual irrigators would be much more severe if they did not have this flexibility.|
Now I thought this was a bit ho-hum to say the least. The response displayed no depth of understanding of the issue and was a fob-off in tune with the party line. Here is what some others thought.
That great Networker and Landscaper Ed said: