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Higher food prices could follow the bad weather

The wettest June on record has led to waterlogged fields.

Scotland's farmers are bracing themselves for the worst harvest in more than 30 years, which could affect distilling, cereal production and potato farming.

Flux in the marketplace could also mean a higher price for shoppers.

Stewart Bryson, a seed merchant at South West Seeds, spoke to BBC Good Morning Scotland's Gary Robertson.

  • 12 Jul 2012