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Europe's blistering heatwave is ruining this year's harvest
by Agnieszka de Sousa and William Wilkes
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16 July 2018
On 16 July 2018 Bloomberg reported:
EU grain growers brace for smallest harvest in six years. Looking out over his parched fields south of Berlin, dairy and grains farmer Thomas Gaebert is wishing for rains to save his crops after relentless hot weather. He's one of many farmers battling for survival after a heatwave and drought swept across northern parts of the continent, damaging crops from wheat to barley. Many German growers could go bankrupt if they suffer another crop failure, and too much rain in France is set to reduce output there. All combined, it's shaping up to be the bloc's smallest grains harvest in six years. 'It looks like a desert out there,' Gaebert said of his farm in Trebbin. His colleagues, who have been farming for 40 years, say they've never seen anything like this.
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. . . Crop failures in the EU's No. 2 grains grower, on top of last year's poor harvest, could bankrupt many growers, German agricultural cooperatives group DRV warned last week.
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