Dublin-based agribusiness Origin Enterprises said its revenue had fallen 14% in the first quarter amid a slower start to the year than usual. Revenue for the three months through September fell to €371.2m, down from €430.0m on-year. 'Prolonged unseasonal weather conditions have resulted in a lower planted area for autumn and winter crops relative to a normal year, impacting agronomy service, seed and crop protection volumes in the period, principally in the UK and Romania,' the company said. Operating profit for the 2020 financial year was expected to be negatively impacted, it added. At 9:28am: (LON:OGN) Origin Enterprises PLC share price was -0.51p at 4.17p
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