United Kingdom: Grain Harvest Update

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A cold, dry April led into a cool, wet May which was followed by warmer weather in June and July with intermittent heavy showers. This combination of weather accelerated crop development and crop condition is generally described as good to excellent. The winter barley harvest is now under way, albeit a little behind normal, and hopes are for generally improved overall crop yield and quality, especially for wheat after the very poor harvest of 2020.

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