Drought conditions affect growers

Even the few drops that fell on the state Thursday weren’t enough to ease growers’ worry as drought conditions nearly statewide continue, according to the Associated Press.

A number of southern counties have escaped the drought classification, including Union County, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor, however, much of the state is indicated in the moderate drought range.

The National Weather Service has deemed last month the driest May Arkansas has ever had in recorded history.

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