Scots farmers say the next week is crucial for the industry as the summer wash out weather takes its toll on crops.
It is feared yields could be down as the rain and low temperatures have delayed the harvest and affected quality.
Livestock farmers have already been hit with large increases in feed costs and unless the weather takes a turn for the better the outlook remains decidedly overcast
Aberdeenshire farmer Andrew Moir said the recent deluge has posed major problems.
For his barley crop in Aberdeenshire the next week or so is crucial.
Other farms have had to take cattle in early which has the knock on effect of grain feed prices.
And daffodil growers have reported that they have only managed to life around half the bulbs expected for this time of year.