From war to wild weather, global crop troubles point to years of high food prices

Eric Broten had planned to sow about 5,000 acres of corn this year on his North Dakota farm, but sustained spring rains limited him to just 3,500 in a state where a quarter or more of the corn planned this year could remain unsown.

The difficulty in growing corn, the world’s largest grain crop, in the northern United States is contributing to a series of difficult harvests worldwide that indicate several years of tight supplies and high food costs.

https://www.independent.ie/business/farming/agri-business/agri-food/from-war-to-wild-weather-global-crop-problems-point-to-years-of-high-food-prices-41800568.html From war to wild weather, global crop troubles point to years of high food prices

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