La Crescent, MN (WXOW) - The dry and hot conditions are taking a toll on the La Crescent farmers market.
The market is open every week, but venders say the lack of rain and hot temperatures have cut their supplies short.
La Crescent farmer William Mormann says that he is losing zukini as well as other vegetables.
Mormann sells at markets around the region six days per week.
He says his corn is suffering the worst because it needs to be watered often. Something Mormann says he is unable to do.
Regardless of the disappointment in product numbers this year, Mormann encourages everyone to stop by and shop.
The farmers market is open every Tuesday from 4pm-7pm in the Crucifixion school parking lot.
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