With 71 percent of Indiana’s corn crop rated in poor to very poor condition, farmers are looking for whatever help they can get.
USDA officials spent Wednesday in northern parts of the state and will head to Johnson County Thursday.
Most of central Indiana needs a half foot of rainfall just to get back to normal - or around a foot of rain in some places to erase the deficit for the year.
Most violators do not get warnings -- they get tickets for as much as $500 for a first offense.
Farmers in 55 of the state's 92 counties now have access to some form of relief from the federal government.
State officials say a federal farm bill could help alleviate the costs of this year's drought.
This could be the driest season since the dust bowl conditions of the 1930’s
Purdue economists say if conditions don’t improve, Hoosiers will start to see prices increase at the supermarket.
WFIU's Noon Edition is hosting a discussion on the drought, what it means to farmers and your garden.
Purdue experts say they do not know how long Indiana's drought will last.