Mexican Drought So Bad, Even Drug Trade Is Taking a Hit

Severe drought reduces illegal marijuana and opium planting in Northern Mexico. The drought afflicting the area is described as the worst in 70 years.

Mexico Drought So Bad, Even Drug Trade Affected
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54 comments

Lydia Price

I agree, the drought is bad for the wildlife. Shelly P. is right, they should have been planting food instead of DESTROYING lives with all their drug plantations.

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Natasha Salgado
natasha s4 years ago

This is great news where these drug lords are concerned. I am however very worried for the animals. Good read,thanks.

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paul m.
paul m4 years ago

Some thing good comes out of some thing bad.....

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Danuta Watola
Danuta W4 years ago

Thanks for posting this.

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Donna Hamilton
Donna Hamilton4 years ago

Thanks.

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Shelly Peterson
Shelly Peterson5 years ago

Should be planting food , instead of drugs and all that illegal drug money could be used for responsable land management, irragation, feeding people and cleanning up the enviroment and helpin to stop Global Warming...instead of being so irresponsably selfcentered and"...blank!"

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Nina Anghel
Nina Anghel5 years ago

NOTED!

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Winn Adams
Winn Adams5 years ago

Thanks

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Brenda Towers
Brenda Towers5 years ago

Noted.

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Alicia N.
Alicia N5 years ago

Drought is happening in many places, this is very scary and sad especially for the Wild
and it contents.

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