13 January 2016

Watermelon plantation flooded after heavy rains in China's Hebei

Watermelon plantation flooded after heavy rains in China's Hebei
Photo taken on July 11, 2013 shows the flooded watermelon plantation after heavy rains in Yajiazhai village, Xinhe county, north China's Hebei province. Torrential rainfalls have hit the province since the beginning of July, destroying over 200,000 mu (13,333 hectares) of crops. [Photo/Xinhua]

 Watermelon plantation flooded after heavy rains in China's Hebei
Photo taken on July 11, 2013 shows the flooded watermelon plantation after heavy rains in Yajiazhai village, Xinhe county, north China's Hebei province. Torrential rainfalls have hit the province since the beginning of July, destroying over 200,000 mu (13,333 hectares) of crops. [Photo/Xinhua]

 Watermelon plantation flooded after heavy rains in China's Hebei
Photo taken on July 11, 2013 shows the flooded watermelon plantation after heavy rains in Yajiazhai village, Xinhe county, north China's Hebei province. Torrential rainfalls have hit the province since the beginning of July, destroying over 200,000 mu (13,333 hectares) of crops. [Photo/Xinhua]

 Watermelon plantation flooded after heavy rains in China's Hebei
Photo taken on July 11, 2013 shows the flooded watermelon plantation after heavy rains in Yajiazhai village, Xinhe county, north China's Hebei province. Torrential rainfalls have hit the province since the beginning of July, destroying over 200,000 mu (13,333 hectares) of crops. [Photo/Xinhua]