LONDON (B)--farmers may try to plant winter grain well into November if their waterlogged fields dry out enough to permit it, as recent warmer winters they attribute to global warming have fostered expectations that crops planted so late can still flourish, a Home-Grown Cereals Authority economist said Nov. 2.

"Indications are that farmers are assuming it is going to be a bit milder and they can put things in a bit later," he said.

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