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Tully cane grower Jamie Dore, who is the first recipient of Green Collar's reef credits, purchased by HSBC Bank, for environmental efforts on his property to improve water quality in the Great Barrier Reef. (Photo: Supplied).
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Reef credit scheme benefits untested, says Canegrowers

A scheme that Queensland taxpayers will fund to the tune of $10 million is aiming to put a price on improvements to water quality on the Great Barrier Reef, even though there’s concern farmers may lose production and returns while chasing improvement targets.