How to say there was a great lack of rice that year. in Japanese

1)そのその(sono) (n,n-suf) that/garden/orchard/park/plantation/place/location年(nen) (ctr) counter for yearsは(ha) (int) indicating a subject/yes/indeed/well/ha!/what?/huh?/sigh大変大変(taihen) (adv) very/greatly/immense/enormous/great/serious/grave/dreadful/terrible/difficult/hard/major incident/disasterな(na) (prt) connects adj to noun/indicates emotion or emphasis/command/prohibition米(kome) (n) rice不足不足(fusoku) (adj-na,n,vs) insufficiency/shortage/deficiency/lack/dearthだっただった(datta) was。(。) Japanese period "."    
sono nen ha taihen na kome fusoku datta 。
Grammer form日常会話 (Casual form)Casual form (nichijoukaiwa)
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