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British farmers face worst wheat harvest for a decade

Bad weather over the last year has left many farmers facing one of the worst wheat harvests in Britain for more than a decade.

They say planting last autumn was wrecked by heavy rain and flooding.

But some crops - particularly fruit - have benefited from the wet weather followed by the long spell of warm sunshine.

Sian Lloyd reports from Bobbington in South Staffordshire.

  • 09 Aug 2013
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