A severe drought is gripping California and authorities in the country's number one agriculture state are turning off the water to thousands of farms.
Click the player to watch the CBN News report followed by Pat Robertson's comments on the drought.
Officials say the water will be shut off for at least a two-week period starting March 1.
Authorities have not had to make such a drastic move for more than 15 years.
Having no water provided by the state could force farmers to use more expensive well water to grow their crops.
That extra expense will be passed on to consumers around the country, who will have to pay more for fruits and vegetables.