EU grains closed mixed with May 14 London wheat up GBP0.85/tonne to GBP170.25/tonne, and with new crop Nov 14 London wheat closing GBP0.20/tonne weaker at GBP159.85/tonne. May 14 Paris wheat closed EUR2.75/tonne lower at EUR218.50/tonne, Jun 14 Paris corn was up EUR0.25/tonne at EUR189.50/tonne, whilst May 14 Paris rapeseed rose EUR4.25/tonne to close at EUR424.00/tonne.Paris wheat fell from yesterday's 11-month high on consolidation/profit-taking, whilst old crop London wheat continues to firm on tight availability.Customs data showed that UK wheat imports fell to only 82 TMT in February, down 68% versus 12 months previously, and the smallest monthly volume since June 2012.That takes UK wheat imports for the season so far to 1.55 MMT versus 1.87 MMT this time a year ago.The data also shows that February UK corn imports were 172.5 TMT, taking the 2013/14 marketing year to date import total to 1.61 MMT, up 45% versus 1.11 MMT at the same point in 2012/13.The German Farmers Co-operative raised their forecast for the 2014 wheat crop there by 100 TMT from last month to 24.74 MMT, although that's still a 1% fall on last year's production.They trimmed slightly their 2014 rapeseed production forecast from 5.57 MMT to 5.54 MMT, a 3.9% decline versus 2013."Plants are in an overall good condition," they said, noting that recent rain has alleviated some winter dryness concerns.EU wheat exports are finally showing signs of slowing down a little. Brussels granted 412 TMT worth of soft wheat export licences this past week, down from 585 TMT a week previously and 596 TMT the week prior to that. Corn import licences meanwhile outstripped those for wheat imports at 497 TMT this past week, up from 347 TMT a week previously and versus 391 TMT for the previous week.Total EU soft wheat exports for the marketing year to date now stand at a record 24.3 MMT, up 49% versus a year ago. Corn imports are at 11.3 MMT, a 23% rise on last season.Jordan bought 100 TMT of optional origin feed barley in a tender for Jun/Jul shipment.