Food prices are likely to rise after UK farmers reported a poor harvest due to the rainy summer.
Today Environment Secretary Owen Paterson will address farming representatives at a summit which will discuss ways of improving farmers' access to financial support.
- A decline in winter wheat of around 12%, with some crops written off, the crop will rely on good growing conditions from now on
- Demand of winter barley and oats has declined, and planting has suffered, winter oats could in stead be replaced by spring oats
- A quarter of oilseed rape is in a "very poor condition"
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