Costa Rica: Costa Rican Agriculture Affected by Drought

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The Costa Rican government issued and emergency decree to deal with the effects of sharply reduced rainfall during the early months of the current rainy season. Rain patterns have been closer to normal during the months of September and October, but producers are concerned about the potential for an extended dry season, which is expected to begin in November.

Costa Rica: Costa Rican Agriculture Affected by Drought

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