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It's the sound of -- -- Desperately needed water that mother nature isn't -- lately the last two years I think that growth in the totals mean we didn't.
We -- harsh and very few acres last two years they've been -- it's been looted destroyed.
With crops drying up in baking in the heat from the deep south and -- -- And farmers are not just hoping for rain.
But turning to technology after years of destructive droughts irrigation systems like the one behind me are popping up in fields across the nation.
For farmers these artificial water sources are the difference between a robust crop.
Or a devastating loss in the fall -- -- through Elton shark can barely keep up with demand.
Farmers -- -- Georgia are calling irrigation -- dollars like him.
As repeated droughts -- that states.
Twenty years ago we were trying to convince people that they -- even.
And now we just have to -- try to -- notion that we have the right candidate for the.
The irrigation business is booming nationwide.
Farmers spent a whopping two point one billion dollars to install maintain and upgrade systems.
That's -- same stability.
That we're having more and more dry years and so yes -- think.
A -- irrigation is becoming more -- -- the.
-- necessity that is keeping many farmers afloat when mother nature seems to be pulling the plug on the rain clouds helping losing their life.
In Pinehurst Georgia Elizabeth -- fox news.
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