Dry weather affects Oxfordshire crops


Vineyards in Oxfordshire may be heading for an early harvest because warm Spring weather has caused vines to shoot up ahead of schedule.

Meanwhile there are bumper crops of strawberries, blackberries and gooseberries.

But the government is warning farmers to prepare for a possible drought, with dry soils affecting potatoes and wheat.

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