“We used to have higher volumes of water. Now it is just a trickle. If another farmer starts irrigating tomorrow, the flow could easily stop,” Alessandro Salmoiraghi said at his farm.
Salmoiraghi, 49, is the fourth generation of his family to farm Cascina San Donato, a 24-hectare plot of mainly grain, vegetables and fruit – primarily kiwi – on a normally lush plain just an hour’s drive west of Milan, Italy.
Source : CGTN