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Flickr User Soil Science
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USDA Cuts Corn Outlook as Drought Takes Toll

The government slashed its expectations for U.S. corn and soybean production for the second consecutive month Friday, predicting what could be the lowest average corn yield in more than 15 years as the worst drought in decades scorches major farm states.

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Drought Conditions
Flickr User Taber Andrew Bain
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Drought Worsens in Key Farm States

The latest U.S. drought map shows that excessively parched conditions continue to worsen in the Plains states that are key producers of corn and soybean crops.

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Severe Drought Threatens Midwest Corn Crops
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Drought Intensifies in Plains States

Extreme drought conditions have spread in several Plains states, but recent rainfall has slightly reduced the overall area of the lower 48 states experiencing some form of drought, according to the latest U.S. drought map.

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Severe Drought Threatens Midwest Corn Crops
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How Will The Drought Affect Food Prices In NJ? [AUDIO]

Corn and soybean crops have been deteriorating rapidly in the Midwest as the region deals with one of the worst droughts on record. In turn, New Jersey residents can expect short-term and long-term price changes at the grocery store.

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Drought Threat Drops in NJ [AUDIO]

Thanks to weeks of rain, the threat of a drought drops in New Jersey.

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Rain on the parkway
Dan Alexander, Townsquare Media NJ
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NJ Drought Concerns Drop as the Rains Fall

A month and a half ago there were growing concerns about a possible drought in the Garden state – but now those worries are fading.

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Water Conservation Encouraged Across NJ [AUDIO]

Where are the April showers? A lack of significant rainfall has prompted the state Department of Environmental Protection to encourage residents across New Jersey to take steps to conserve water, both inside and outside the home.

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