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Dry weather having devastating effect on crops

Last month was the UK's warmest April on record, and so far May has also been unusually sunny and dry in the south of England.

But the un-seasonal weather is not good news for everyone.

Farmers in eastern parts of England say the lack of rain has had a devastating effect on their crops.

Mike Cartwright reports from Cambridgeshire.

  • 25 May 2011
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