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Hot, dry weather threatening global supply of top-quality wheat

The problem is made worse by low prices which have discouraged farmers from planting the crop

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Hard red winter wheat in a field during harvest in Plainville, Kansas. The impact of weather problems is magnified because wheat plantings in the US for 2017 are the lowest in records dating to 1919.

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DROUGHTS are shrivelling high-quality wheat crops across the globe, sending prices to multi-year highs as bread makers scramble for supplies.

High-protein wheat has emerged as the one tight spot in a global grains market swamped with abundant stocks after four years of

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