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South Texas needs rain. Tropical Storm Alberto didn’t deliver enough.

The region's two major reservoirs are at record-low levels and agriculture leaders are worried the citrus industry could be devastated this summer.

A citrus orchard in the Rio Grande Valley between the towns of Santa Rose and Combes in 2021.

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