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Fire hazards, more trouble for farmers as drought becomes ‘extreme’

Drought conditions for most of the Finger Lakes and western New York has been upgraded to “extreme drought,” leaving farmers with mounting losses and fire hazards on the rise. About 6 percent of New York state is now under extreme drought conditions, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Drought Monitor.

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