Drought alert in Brazil: Country faces worst dry spell

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The crops output in Brazil is likely to hit severely as the country faces its worst dry spell in 91 years

According to the Brazilian media reports, the Agriculture Ministry has issued its first “emergency drought alert” for June through September stating that the country is likely to receive scarce rain during this period. The lack of rain across Brazil is hurting their agricultural commodities, livestock, and electricity generation as Brazil relies heavily on hydro dams for power.

Brazil relies heavily on rainfall and hydro dams for irrigation of the crops and the scarcity of the rainfall will impact the crop cultivation in the central and southern parts of the state.

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