West Yorkshire's rhubarb production hampered by mild weather

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An area of West Yorkshire famous for its rhubarb production is suffering from the mild winter.

The so-called "rhubarb triangle" between Wakefield, Rothwell and Morley usually produces big yields.

Without weeks of hard frost, the plant cannot be brought into the forcing sheds to grow.

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