DROUGHT-HIT CRETAN FARMERS BRACED FOR 40% LOSS OF 2018'S CROP

By Heini-Sofia Alavuo As reported earlier this year by Greek Reporter, the island of Crete has been suffering from a difficult drought. In April, the island had only seen only 3.8 billion cubic meters of rainwater since September 2017. This insufficient amount causes a lot of problems for people on the island, no more so than its […]

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