Maryland institutes water restrictions; Farmers sufffer
WAP99080412 - 04 AUGUST 1999 - URBANA, MARYLAND, USA: Drought-stricken corn stalks which should be more than 10 feet tall yield only small two-inch corn niblets at 2 feet on an Urbana farm near Frederick, Maryland, August 4, the same day Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening instituted mandatory water restrictions in the state. Farmers are suffering badly in the worst drought in 70 years in the Eastern, U.S. iw/Ian Wagreich UPI
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