Spanish growers struggle to adapt to drought and extreme temperatures

Data published last week by Spain’s agriculture ministry reveals the impact of a second year of drought and extreme temperatures on cereal production, which has halved since 2021, while the widespread failure of olive crops has led to a rise of up to 300% in the price of olive oil.

by Richard Weyndling

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