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4 November, 01:51

Drought, frost, hail, wind, floods and fire in which way it can influence the vegetable farmer

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  1. 4 November, 02:12
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    They can influence vegetable farmers by interrupting the grow of the plants or mess up the land.
  2. 4 November, 02:15
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    A drought, frost, hail, wind, floods, and fire can all influence the vegetable farmer in a negative way.

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    A drought is when there is a severe shortage of water and it is difficult for a farmer to take care of his crop. Frost may cause the vegetable to shrink in size and lose all the moisture leaving the vegetables dead. Hailing may damage the vegetables by hitting them with speed and churning them down. Wind may cause the vegetables to become one with the ground and make them unusable. Floods may wash off the crop entirely. Fire can burn the vegetables and also the vegetable plants and may make the land infertile.
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