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In times of drought, the sunflower is a great alternative.

It is now possible to see the beauty of the surrounding area.

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In times of drought, the sunflower is a great alternative.

It is now possible to see the beauty of the surrounding area. The city has a unique, striking, and colorful environment where sunflowers can be grown in various plots of land. This has allowed it to take over traditional crops like corn and cotton that are not relevant in this campaign. Residents and visitors enjoy a unique view of Jaen's countryside, where the sunflower is a dominant crop in the Cordovan and Sevillian countrysides.

This fact is a result of drought, current conflict in Ukraine, and new capabilities to reinvent local communities in the face the worst adversities. Rumblar Irrigation Community's head stated that the price of grain has increased and the sunflower requires less water. There will not be any corn this year, and perennial crops like alfalfa could be lost. There have been between 400 and 500 hectares planted of sunflower, which favors bee pollination.

Limited supply

The previous years saw empty land being left to collect CAP subsidies. But this year, everything was allowed to be planted. Delgado stated that there will be little cotton because of the insufficient water supply. He also urged that the Rumblar Irrigation community be modernized. "We cannot allow our farmers to have no water supply. Because the facilities are over 90 years old, and we must assume many costs, it is unfair" that the administrations have stalled this project. Delgado said that the drought has made it more difficult to develop crops on an irrigation area of approximately 5,500 hectares. This leaves an economic movement of about 25 million euros. "This year, we will barely reach eight to ten million, so a lot is going to be lost," he warns.

This community includes approximately 2,300 farmers. The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Sustainable Development proposed 110 projects in Andalusia that the Ministry of Ecological Transition could execute using the Next Generation Funds. One of these priorities is the modernization of Rumblar irrigation systems.

Rumblar's reservoir is only 17% full capacity. This means it is in a worse position than other reservoirs. Rafael Delgado lamented that "it was known from day one that our reservoir was inadequate and that no steps have been taken to address the problem". Due to the heat of May, olives were destroyed. This is now threatened by the shortage of water. Rumblar Exploitation's head warned, "Now we need the fall rains to arrive before September."

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