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[Homework]2014-02-12&02-14 美国加州遇百年干旱 粮食价格将上涨

Water, we drink it, we waste it, and we use it to grow our food. In California,it is running out. The historic drought on the west now be found in grocery stores around the country, on the left, that's what California exposed to look like, that was one year ago, on the left, that was how it looks like today.That's right tow thirds of states classified being extreme or exceptional drought, this is the most serious categories, if continued it will be the worst drought in 130 years. This will hurt you even if you don't live in California, why? California has 80,000 farms produce nearly half of US' growing food's vegetables, that's more than any other states in the country. And some of these things you putting in your grocery card you can't get anywhere else. 90 percent of nation supply of walnuts olives*****, they all come from California, many of them water intensive and water is in short supply.And such as grains, wine, beef,dairy could all face price precious, price in crazy. So how high could prices go?  A vegetable crop specialist  UC Riversite told us this drought could heighten the prices 10 percent over the next few months. A lot of makers prepare a emergency  relieve bill and what farmers need now is rain.   
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[Homework]2014-02-12&02-14 美国加州遇百年干旱 粮食价格将上涨
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[Homework]2014-02-12&02-14 美国加州遇百年干旱 粮食价格将上涨

Water, we drink it, we wash with it and we use it to grow our food. In California, it's running out. The historical drought of the west now have been filled in grocery stores around the country. On the left, that's what California first looks like, that's one year ago. On the right,that is how it looks today. That's right. Two thirds of the state is classified as being in extreme or exceptional drought. It's the most serious categories. If it continues, it will be the worst drought in 130 years. This will hurt you even if you don't live in California.Why? California's 80,000 farms produce nearly half of US grown fruits, nuts and vegetables. That's more than any other state in the country.And some of those things you put in your grocery card, you can't get wherever else. 90% of the nation's supply of ointments... they all come from California, many of them water intensive and water is in short supply.And such as grains, wine, beef, dairy could all face price pressures, price increases. so how high could prices go? A vegetable crop specialist told us this drought could hike product prices 10% over the next few months. Lawmakers are preparing emergency relief bills. What the farmers need now is rain.

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[Homework]2014-02-12&02-14 美国加州遇百年干旱 粮食价格将上涨

Water, we drink it, we wash with it, and weused it to grow our food. In California, it’s running out. The historicaldrought in the West is now being felt in grocery stores around the country. Onthe left, that was California supposed to look like. That’s 1 year ago. On theright, that’s how it looks today. That’s right. 2/3 of the state is classified asbeing in extreme or exceptional drought. These are the most serious categories.If it continues, it will be the worst drought in 130 years. This will hurt youeven if you don’t live in California. Why? California’s 80 000 farms producenearly half of US grown fruits, nuts and vegetables. That’s more than any otherstate in the country. Some of those things you put in your grocery cart, you cannot get anywhere else. 90% of thenation’s supply of almonds, walnuts, dates, raisins, olives and palm XX. Theyall come from California. Many of them water-intensive, and water is in shortsupply. And such as Greens, wine, beef, dairy could all face price pressures. Priceincreases. So how high could prices go? A vegetable crop specialist UC,Riverside Mill MXXX told us this drought could hike product’s prices 10% overthe next few months. Law makers are preparing emergency-relief bills. But whatthe farmers need now is rain.
                                                   
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Water,we drink it,we wash with it and we use it to grow our food.In California,it's running out.The historic drought in the west now being felt in grocery stores around the country.On the left,that's what California is supposed to look like, that's one year ago,on the right,that's how it looks today.That's right,two thirds of the state is clasified as being extreme or exceptional drought.These are the most serious categories.If it continues,it'll be the worst drought in 130 years.This will hurt you even if you don't live in California,why?California's 80,000 farms produce nearly half of US grown food,vegetable,that's more than any other state in the country.And some of those things,you put in your grocery cart,you can't get any where else.90% of the nation's supply of almonds, walnuts, dates, figs, raisins, olives, and xx,they all come from California.Many of them,water intensive and water is in short supply.And it's not only greens. wine,beef,dairy can all face price pressures,price increases.So how high could prices go?A vegetable crop specialist Usy River told us this drought could hike food price 10% over the next few month. Law makers are preparing emergency relief bills.But what the farmers need now is rain.
20# tianshidaopai
Water,we drink it,we wash with it and we use it to grow our food.In California,it's running out.The historic drought in the west now being felt in grocery stores around the country.On the left,that's what California is supposed to look like, that's one year ago,on the right,that's how it looks today.That's right,two thirds of the state is clasified as being in extreme or exceptional drought.These are the most serious categories.If it continues,it'll be the worst drought in 130 years.This will hurt you even if you don't live in California,why?California's 80,000 farms produce nearly half of US grown food, nuts and vegetable,that's more than any other state in the country.And some of those things,you put in your grocery cart,you can't get any where else.90% of the nation's supply of almonds, pistachio, walnuts,

artichoke,

dates,


figs,  raisins, olives, and

pomegranate.

They all come from California.Many of them,water intensive and water is in short supply.And it's not just

greens. wine,beef,dairy can all face price pressures,price increases.So how high could prices go?A vegetable crop specialist UC Riverside, xx (name) told us this drought could hike food (not sure if it was food) price 10% over the next few month. Law makers are preparing emergency relief bills.But what the farmers need now is rain.

HW:
  water, we drink it, we wash with it, and we use it to grow our food, in
California, it's running out. the historical drought in the west now is
being felt grocery stores around the country. On the left, that's what Cali-
fornia is supposed to look like. that's one year ago, on the right, that's
how it looks today, that's right, 2/3 of the state is classified as being the
extreme or exceptional drought. this is the most serious categories. If it
continues, it would be the worst drought in 130 years. this will hurt you.
even if you don't live in the California, why? California has 8,000 farms
produce nearly half of U.S grown fruits, nuts, and vegetables, that's more
than any other state in the country. and some of those things you put in
your grocery cart you can't get it anywhere else. 90% of the nation supply
of almonds, estashe, walnuts, artichokes, dates, figs, grapes, olivers
and pomegranates, they all come from California, many of them water intensive
and water is in short supply. and such as grains, wine, beef, dairy could
all face price pressures, price increases. so how high could price go?
A vegetable-crop specialist Ucy-eversigh told us this drought could hike
product prices 10 percent over next few months.
  A law maker is preparing a emergency relief bills, but what farms need now
is rain.
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[Homework]2014-02-12&02-14 美国加州遇百年干旱 粮食价格将上涨

Water, we drink it, we wash with it, and we use it to grow our food. In California, it's running out.The historic drought in the west is now being felt in grocery stores around the country.One the left, that's what California's first look like. That's 1 year ago, on the right, that's how it looks today. That's right, 2/3 of the state is classified as being extreme or exceptional drought.It is the most serious categories. If it continues, it would be the worst drought in 130 years. this will hurt you, even if you don't live in California. Why? California's 80,000 thousand farms produce nearly half of US grown fruits and vegetables, that's more than many other state in the country. And some of those things you put in your grocery cart, you can't get anywhere else, 90%of the national supply of **********, they are come from California. Many of them water intensive. And water is in short supply. And such as grains, wine, beef dairy could all face price pressures, price increases. so how high could prices go? A vegetable crop specialist U.C R.N.G told us this drought could hike product's prices 10% over next few months. And lawmakers is preparing emergency relief bills. what the farmers need now is rain.
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Water, we drink it, we wash with it, and we use it to grow our food. In California, it’s running out. The historical drought in the west is now being felt in grocery stores around the country. On the left, that’s what California is supposed to look like, that's one year ago. On the right, that's how it looks like today. That’s right, two thirds of the state is classified as being in extreme or exceptional drought. These are the most serious categories. If it continues, it will be the worst drought in 130 years. This will hurt you, even if you don't live in California. Why? California’s 80,000 farms produce nearly half of the US grown fruits, nuts and vegetables, that's more than any other states in the country. And some of things you put in your grocery cart, you can’t get anywhere else. 90% of national supply almonds,_, walnuts, _, dates,_ , raisins, _,olives, and pomegranates, they all come from California. Many of them water-intensive, and water is in short supply. And it's not just the grains, wine, beef, dairy could all face prices pressures, pricing crisis. So how high could prices go? A vegetable crop specialist U told us this drought could hike the prices 10% over the next few months. Law makers are preparing emergency relief bills, but what the farmers need now is rain.
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