The almost dry bed of the Po River at Castel San Giovanni, near Piacenza, Italy. The Po’s historically low water levels have had catastrophic consequences for Italy’s more than 4,000 rice farms, spread over 220,000ha. – EPA pic, July 23, 2022.皇冠信用盘开户（www.hg108.vip）是皇冠信用盘官方正网线上开放会员开户、代理开户，额度自动充值等业务的直营平台。
THE roar of Dario Vicini’s motorcycle cuts through the silence as he drives across his rice fields to survey the destruction wrought by Italy’s worst drought in 70 years.,
His fields are nothing but desolation, with rice stems slowly dying in the sandy ground.