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Voles eat Spain's grain

This article was originally published in The Public Ledger

UNUSUALLY warm winter weather has led to a surge in the population of voles, which eat the leaves of grain crops, in central Spain, one of the main agricultural regions in the country. Castilla-Leon, where the voles are wreaking havoc, has around 2.1m hectares of cultivated land and produces nearly a third of Spain's wheat and a quarter of its barley.



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