North Yorkshire's flooded fields yield crop failure

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Food producers from North Yorkshire have described how recent floods have devastated this year's crops.

Stephen Tuer said his farm near Northallerton had a "virtually complete crop failure due to waterlogging".

Johnathan Woodhead, a Selby-based seed merchant, said the floods would lead to a shortage of seeds and some land could take three years to recover.

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