The water-table has risen 10 meters in Argentina’s Pampa Region since the 70’s

Argentina has a different challenge, unlike many of the world’s leading food basket regions where over-irrigation, climate change, and groundwater pollution are the problems. Since the seventies, the water table has been rising, according to a report by INTA ( Argentina’s Agriculture Department ) Marcos Juárez; The ascent in levels complicates the work in the fields and raises the costs of the local producers. Examples of the rising water table level problem are in the south of Córdoba, areas…
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