There are warnings that we will all have to pay a little more for our food at supermarkets over the coming year because of last year's heavy rainfall.
The bad weather had a severe impact on farming with the rain destroying millions of pounds of crops in the South-east alone, leaving behind fears that this year's _harvests could be largely reduced, triggering shortages of some foods.
Farmers are being warned that they need to develop new growing methods - or face the problems, financial and otherwise that could follow more bad weather. John Ryall reports.
Owen Paterson, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has been speaking about what the Government can do to help farmers after flooding damaged last year's harvest and hampered the planting of this year's crop.
Thousands of people from across the region are attending an agricultural event in Sussex this weekend. The Ardingly Autumn Show and Game has been going for more than 20 years now - so Nashreen Issa went to have a look.
VIDEO: This weekend's Royal County of Berkshire Show is set to make up for a disappointing season of shows. Some were cancelled and many affected by this summer's washout weather, costing the rural economy an estimated £240m. Kate Bunkall talked to show chairman, Ian Nutt.
The three-day South of England Show has begun today. The annual celebration of the south's agricultural industry will see daredevil stunt riders as well as the annual fare of cattle, pigs and other animals on show for the public to see. The organisers are expecting thousands of people to attend.