Farmers in the South fear that unless plans are put in place, water shortages could lead to increases in food prices. Farmers are asking to be given priority in times of water shortage, and for restrictions on reservoirs to be eased so farmers don't have to take water from river stocks.
The call comes as the Environment Minister, Richard Benyon MP, will deliver the opening speech for the Water Summit at East Malling Research in Kent today. The south experienced a record wet summer after hosepipe bans were introduced in large parts of the south in April.
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