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[商业新闻] 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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[商业新闻] 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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Drought bakes California, could dry up your wallet   

California produces half of the country's homegrown produce. It's drought could mean bigger grocery bills nationwide.


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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 be filled in grocery stores around the country.On the left,that's what California first look like,it's one year ago,on the right,that's how it looks today.That's right,two thrids of the state is claasified as being extreme all exceptial drought.It is 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 supply of ,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 Usy River said this drought could hike food price 10% over the next few month.A lot makers are preparing emergency relife bills.What the farm 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 on the west now be found in grocery stores around the country.On the left,that was California spokes to    that's how it looks today.That's right,two thirds of the state is classified in extreme or expectional drought.That's the most serious catatrophe.If it is continued,it would be the worst drought in one hundred and thirty years.It hurts you even if you don't live in California.Why? California eighty thousands farms produce  nearly half of US grain food and vegetables that's more than anyother state and country.And some of them you put in your grocery card you can't get it anywhere else.Nighty percent of nation supply of oil,,,,,,,,they all come from California.Many of them water intensive and water is in short supply.And such supply why could all face price pressures and price increases.So how high can prices go? A vegetable crops specialist....this drought could hike food price ten percent over the next few mouth. A law maker is preparing emergency relief bills.What the farmer 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 be filled in grocery stores around the country. On the left, that’s what California first look like, it’s one year ago, on the right, that’s how it looks today. That’s right, two thirds of the state is classified as being extreme or exceptional drought. It is 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 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 anywhere else.90% of the nation’s supply of ,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 Usy Rivercide Momen Giffen told us this drought could hike product’s prices 10% over the next few months. Law makers are preparing emergency relief bills. What the farm 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 history drought on the west now being found in grocery stores around the country, on the left, that's what califoria's first look like  ,that's one year ago, on the ritht, that's how it looks today. that' right, two thirds of this state is classified 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 do not living in california, why, california's 80000 farms perduce nearly half of us grown fruits, nuts and vegetables, that's more than any other state in the country. and some of those thing, you put it in grocery carts you cannnot get anywhere else. 90 percent of the nation's supply ``they all come from california,many of them, water intensive, and water is in short supply. and such as grains,wine, bean, dairy could all face price pressure, price increase, so how high could price go. a vegetable crops specialist`` told us this drought could hike product's prices 10 percent of the next few months . and law makers are prepaering  emergency relief bills, what the famers 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. 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 classified as being in extreme ** drought, 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 80000 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 that you put in your grocery cart you can't get anywhere else. 90% of the nation's supply of almonds, **, walnuts, artichokes, dates, **, **, olives,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 prices go? A vegetable crops specialist at UC Riverside ** told us this drought could hike ** prices 10% over the next few months. Lawmakers are preparing emergency relief bills, but 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 we use it to grow our food. In California, it's running out. The historic drought in the west now being filled in grocial stores around the country, on the left, that's what California is supposed to look like, that's when you go on the right that's what it looks today. That's right, two third of the state's classified is being extrem or epcectional drought. This is the most serious categories if it continued it would be the worst drought in 130 years. This will hurt you even you're not living in California. Why? California's eighty thousands farms produce nearly half of US's grow food, nuts and vegetables, that's more than any other state in the country. And some of those things you put in your 0000 card you can't get any where else. 90 percent of the nation supply, balabalabalabala, they all come from California. Many of them water intensive, and water is in short supply. And it's not just greens, wine, beef, dery could all face price pressures. Price's increases. So high could prices go? A vegetable crops specialest you see river side no mogiving told us this drought hike protol surprises 10 present over the next few months. Along makers are preparing emergency relief bills, but what the farmer 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 historical drought in the west now is 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 classified as being an 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 California. Why? California's 80,000 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 anywhere else. 90 percent of nation supply of almonds, m*, 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 prices go? A vegetable-crop specialist Usy *** told us this drought could hike products' prices 10 percent over the next few months. A law maker's preparing emergency relief bills, but 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 historic drought in the west now being felt in grocery stores around the country. On the left, that’s what California’s 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 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 US-grown fruits, nuts and vegetables. That’s more than any other state in the country. And some of those things that you put in your grocery cart, you can’t get anywhere else. 90% of the nation’s supply of almonds, pistachios, walnuts, artichokes, dates, figs, raisin, olives, and pomegranates, 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 could all face price pressures, price increases. So how high could prices go? A vegetable crop specialist at UC Riverside XX told us this drought could hike produce prices 10% over the next few months. Lawmakers are preparing emergency relief bills, but 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 now 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 classified as being in an extreme or exceptional drought. This is the most serious categories. If it continues, it will be the worst drought in the 130 years. This will hurt you even if you don't live in California. Why? California has 80,000 farms producing nearly half of U.S. grown food, nuts and vegetables. That's more than any of 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 nation's supply of **, figs, raisins, olives and pop **, they all come from California. Many of them, water-intensive, and water is in short supply. And such is creams, 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 potato prices 10% over the next few months. More makers are preparing an emergency relief bills that 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 historic drought in west now has been found in grocer’s stores around the country. On the left, that’s what the California is supposed to look like. That’s 1 year ago. On the right, that’s how it looks today. That’s right. 2/3 of state is classified to be extreme or exceptional drought. That’s the most serious categories. If it continues to be the worst drought in 2014, it will hurt you even if you don’t live in California. Why? California’s 80 thousand famers produce nearly half of US grown fruits, nuts and vegetables. That’s more than any other states in the country. And some of these things you put in your grocery card, you can’t get anywhere else. 90% of the nation’s supplies like onions,…olives and …they all come from California. Many of them are water intensive and water is in short supply. And such as greens, wine, beef….  Could all these things price pressures or price increasing. So how high could prices go? A vegetable-crop specialist used to be riverside xx told us this drought could have produce prices 10% over the next few years. And lawmakers are preparing emergency-relief fields. But what’s the farmers need is rain.

[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 in the west now being felt in the grocery stores around the country.On the left, that is California supposed to look like a year ago,on the right, that's how it looks today.That's right,two thirds of the state is being classified as an extremely or exceptional drought.These are most serious categories, if it continues, it will be the worst drought in 130 years.These will hurt you, even if you don't live in the California, why? California's 8000 farms produce half of US food 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 anywhere else.90 percent of nation's supply of XXX.They all come from California.Many of them water intensive and water is in short supply.And it's not just greens. Wine, beef and diary could all face price pressures.Price increases. So how high could prices go? A vegetable and corp specialist at UC XX told us,this drought could height XX prices 10 percent over the next few months.Law makers are preparing emergency bills.But what the farmers need 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 classified as being in extreme or exceptional drought. These are the most serious categories. If it continues, it will be the worst draught in 130 year.

This will hurt you even if you don't live in California. Why? California's 80,000 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's supply almonds, almonds, pistachios, walnuts, artichokes, dates, figs, raisin, olives, and pomegranates, they all come from California - many of them water intensive and water is in short supply.

And it's not just grains. Wine, beef, dairy could all face price pressures-price increases.

A vegetable crop specialist at UC Riverside Mill McGiffin told us this drought could hike produce prices 10% over the next few months.

The lawmakers are preparing Emergency Relief Bill but what the farmers need is rain.
homework--Water, we drink it ,we wash with it, and we use it to grow our food. In California, it's running out. The history draw in the west now being felt in growth restories around the country. On the left, that was California's suppose to the clak, that's one year ago. On the right, that's how it looks today. That's right, two third of the state is classified with being in extreme or exceptional drought. Here is the most serious catigoes if it continues a little bit the worse drought in 130 years. This will hurt you even if you don't live in California, why? California's eighty thousand farms produce nearly half of US grown foods, that's in vegetables. that's more than in any other state in the country. And some of those things you put into your grocery recard, you can't get any well else. 90 percent of the nation supply of lemons, ...olives, and pumgrams, they all come from California. Many of them water intensive and water is in short supply. And it's not such greens. Wine,beef, ...could all face price pressures, price is increase. So how high could prices go? A vegetable crabble price specialist used every side ...This drought could highter p..prices ten percent over the next few months. Law makers are preparing an emergency  release bills what the farmers need now.
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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 west now being felt in grocery stores around the country.On the left,that's what California 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 classified being in extreme or exceptional drought.This is the most serious categories,if continues,this would
be the worst drought in 130 years.
...hurt you, even if you don't live in California,why? California's 80000 farms produce nearly half of USA grown foods,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 anywhere else.90% of the nation's supply of ........they all come from California.Many of them water intensive and water is in short supply.And such as greens ,wine ,beef,..could all face price pressures,price increases,so how high could prices go,a vegetable crop specialist...,this drought could ..10% of next few month,emergency relief bills,but the farmer need is rain.

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