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FRANCE GRAINS/TOUR
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June 11, 2015
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. Below-average...
TRUMILLY, France
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France
The detail of an under-ripe colza field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. Below-average rainfall in key rapeseed growing areas of central France since spring has dampened farmers' hopes of repeating the hefty yields seen last season, with any change in the weather now seen as too late to make a difference, experts say. Concern has mounted that dry weather in the top three EU producers Germany, France and Poland could curb rapeseed yields and temper growing conditions that had forecasters expecting another large crop after a record in 2014. Picture taken June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
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