It really depends on where you are. In the United State’s mid-west, water from underground aquifers and seasonal rains were enough to sustain farming. However, poor soil conservation techniques and over farming caused fertile topsoil to blow away in the dist bowl, leaving the land uninhabitable. Although a drought certainly hurt farming, it may have been able to survive if the loss of topsoil had not been so great.
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