August 5, 2016
Parts of Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Hampshire are experiencing drought.
This is the second year of below-average rainfall.
More than 74% of the state of Massachusetts is experiencing some degree of drought according to the US Drought Monitor.
Maine’s blueberry crop is expected to be smaller than the last two years.
Farmers are having to make tough decisions about which crops to water.
“Drought hits northeastern U.S., could last months,” 25 July 2016 accessible at http://www.cbsnews.com/news/drought-hits-northeastern-u-s-could-last-months/.
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