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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| D0 ||Lawns and vegetation are brown|
|Crops and pastures show mild stress|
| D1 ||Crops and pastures show stress; corn germination is poor|
|Burn bans are issued; wildfires are reported|
|Increased algae and fungus growth is noted|
|Trees begin to show mild stress|
| D2 ||Hay yield is low; crop losses are reported; livestock need supplemental hay and water|
|Ponds, lakes, and river levels are low; boating hazards are found in lakes|
|Tress distressed, leaves wilting, pine trees turning brown|
| D3 ||Maintaining cattle and horses is very expensive, cost of food and water is very high; producers sell livestock|
|Creeks and ponds are completely dry; water shortages are widespread; water restrictions begin|
| D4 ||Hay hotline is put in place due to shortages; producers are hauling water|
|Water sources are extremely low|