Drought: in Spain, the lack of rain puts agriculture in danger

Drought in Spain the lack of rain puts agriculture in

European soils are less dry than last year. This is the result of the analysis of the Copernicus program, released on May 12 and which analyzes the drought of the soil and not of the water tables. An improvement therefore, except in Spain where, on the contrary, the situation is very degraded. Drought affects almost 80% of the soil there. To cope, in the middle of the electoral campaign, Madrid announced an emergency plan of more than 2 billion euros, including 784 million in aid for farmers. Because in the third year of drought, their profits also dry up.