UK drought: Why we need to get used to wonky vegetables

Our produce is likely to be smaller, odd-looking, or even leathery after the hot, dry weather. …

Her crops are “alive, but not growing or thriving”. The hot summer sun made her sweetcorn delicious, but smaller than usual and she’s had to lower her prices. Other crops still in the ground, like cauliflower, Brussels sprouts and broccoli, are stunted.

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