|Groundwater should be sufficient for growing season|
|June 13, 2013 Jerry Purvis|
Although 97 percent of the state is still experiencing drought conditions, the local area should have sufficient groundwater to get producers through the next couple of growing seasons.
Every spring and fall, the North Platte Natural Resources District measures the depth of the water table. NRD manager Ron Cacek said current numbers are compared to 1999, just prior to when extended drought conditions started in the area.
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