If the farmers have trouble, then the cost of food will go up at the grocery store
Both of us didn’t get much rain while the people I was with and I were in the Wintertide months and the lakes, rivers, and reservoirs are relatively empty. This type of problem has happened in the past, however I’ve never been affected by the problem. This year I bought a marijuana farm from a friend of mine. The guy has been actually successful in the past, despite the fact that he has not given the company a lot of effort since his partner started having kids. Kids take a lot of energy and so does growing marijuana. I was really excited about this year’s Harvest until I heard about the water report. I’m not going to have as much water as I thought I would to grow and harvest the crops this year. I’m not sure what I can do to remedy the problem. This is 1 of the greatest complications that affect farmers every single year. It doesn’t matter if you are growing marijuana, corn, grapes, or broccoli, you have to have water to make the crops grow. If our marijuana crop will not survive this year’s drought, I think that the farmers are going to have trouble too. If the farmers have trouble, then the cost of food will go up at the grocery store. Both of us are already paying $5 for a gallon of milk and a loaf of bread. Heck, I paid several bucks for a gallon of gas yeahterday. I don’t believe there is much more room to inflate the prices to make up for the drought and that is a actually frightening thought when global warming is clearly affecting us each day.