The state table below highlights common impacts reported in the state. For more impact details, please visit the Drought Impact Reporter.
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| D1 ||Wheat and grasses are drought stressed; hay demand increases|
|Fire danger increases|
|Pond levels are low; habitat is poor in migratory flyways|
| D2 ||Wheat, corn, soybean, and hay yields are low; crops are severely damaged|
|Burn bans are implemented; firework sales are banned; more grass fires occur|
|Blue-green algae impacts water supply; ponds and streams are dry|
| D3 ||Cattle sales are high; emergency grazing is opened; corn and wheat crops fail; pasture conditions are poor|
|Major infestation of locusts occurs; quail and pheasant populations are reduced; trees are stressed|
|Emergency water supplies are needed; river levels are low; municipal water restrictions are implemented|
| D4 ||All crops are severely impacted/not harvested; ground is cracking|
|Wildfires and large dust storms occur|
|All aquatic species and food chains are affected; fish kills occur|
|Negative impact on economy is noted|
|Irrigation is turned off; river has dried up|