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 ||Crop growth is stunted; stock pond levels decline|
|Prayer session is held for rain|
| D1 ||Hay yield is low; hay is expensive; corn is curling; farmers feed hay early; fruit (cherries and plums) yield is low|
|Small brush fires occur; burn bans begin|
|Voluntary water restrictions are requested|
|Fewer mosquitoes are observed than normal|
|Drought is hard on landscaping businesses|
| D2 ||Crops are suffering|
|The number of wildfires is high|
|Trees lose leaves early|
|Soil is dry, cracked, and pulling away from foundations|
|Creeks are dried up|
| D3 ||Soybeans are severely dry, crop yields are minimal, supplemental hay for livestock increases, livestock are stressed|
|Lawns go dormant|