Six fire trucks have brought a grass fire burning southeast of Edenhope under control, with the aid of rain.
A Country Fire Authority spokesman said firefighters contained the blaze just after 4pm. VicEmergency said the blaze burnt one hectare of grassland near Powers Creek Road.
The spokesman said there was never any threat to life or property.
It followed two fire crews heading to a farm on Hicks Road at Ozenkadnook at 2.30 on Tuesday afternoon, where they needed two hours to fully extinguish another grass fire.
Smoke was also visible in Nhill and Apsley on Tuesday, as Forest Fire Management Victoria and the CFA conducted planned burns near each town.
EMERGENCY crews are responding to a bushfire at Powers Creek Road, Edenhope, that is not yet under control.
The grassfire is travelling in a north-westerly direction and is south of the Edenhope township.
The Country Fire Authority has advised residents that there is currently no threat to human life, but that they should stay informed and monitor conditions.
Smoke will be visible from nearby communities and roads.
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