How Will China Handle Drought's Effects On Wheat?

With crop prices high, any risk factor, like weather, that comes true could push commodity prices even higher. This post by the Center For Agroecology & Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS) highlights the concern of drought in China affecting their wheat crop.

China has been essentially self-sufficient in grain for decades, for national security reasons. Any move by China to import large quantities of food in response to the drought could drive international prices even higher than the record levels recently reached.