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About 70% of corn had an impact by drought in the US

A recent study has brought to light the severe impact of an ongoing drought on agricultural crops in the United States. According to the study, approximately 70 percent of the corn crop and 63 percent of soybeans have been affected by the drought.

This has raised concerns about the potential decline in yields and the economic implications for farmers and the agricultural industry. The drought has resulted in water shortages and reduced soil moisture, leading to stress and damage to the crops.

Farmers are likely to face significant challenges in managing their harvest and ensuring sufficient food supply. Efforts are being made to monitor the situation closely and implement measures to mitigate the impact of the drought on the agricultural sector.