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Prolonged droughts and heavy rains, a consequence of current erratic weather patterns, have destroyed more than half of the farmers' corn and beans crops along the Central American Dry Corridor, leaving them without food reserves.

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Cattle ranching has been severely affected by drought in Brazi’s Northeast region, but it has not only survived but has made a comeback in the Jacuípe river basin thanks to an optimal use of water.  José Antonio Borges, who owns 98 hectares of land and 30 cows in Ipirá, one of the 14 municipalities in the basin, in the northeastern state of

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Una nueva herramienta será puesta en marcha por los países de Centroamérica para monitorear el riesgo de la sequía agrícola.
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Se trata de un “Torneo de Sequía”, que se desarrolló por primera vez en Latinoamérica analizando la situación actual que viven los productores de la Zona Norte de Cartago, en Costa Rica.
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A group of bacteria has great potential to help plants to suffer less from the effects of water scarcity.