Outbreaks of Rift Valley fever occur irregularly in East Africa, several years apart. When outbreaks do occur, they kill thousands of cattle. A livestock vaccine against the disease exists but is rarely used. It is too expensive for farmers to use routinely, and since it is not effective until a month after vaccination, administering it after an outbreak begins helps very little. Nevertheless, experts predict that use of the vaccine will increase significantly within the next few years.Which of the following, if true, provides the strongest justification for the experts' prediction?
【选项】It would take less than a month for producers of the vaccine to adjust their production operations to cope with a large increase in demand.