FILE - This Monday, Aug. 2, 2010 file picture shows a wheat field dried out after weeks of searing heat and sparse rain in Russia's Voronezh region, 415 kilometers (257 miles) south of Moscow, shortly... more 
FILE - This Monday, Aug. 2, 2010 file picture shows a wheat field dried out after weeks of searing heat and sparse rain in Russia's Voronezh region, 415 kilometers (257 miles) south of Moscow, shortly after it was harvested. A severe drought reduced Russia's harvest sharply, sending global wheat prices soaring since July 2010. Crop scientists say future wheat supplies are in question because of stagnating yields, the spread of a devastating wheat fungus, climate change and a volatile, unreliable market. less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Mikhail Metzel, File
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