INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Indiana crops are getting stressed by the hot and dry conditions and homes for sale are going quickly in Indianapolis.
Rain showers last week were not enough to help the growing crops in Indiana.
The state AG service said a few counties received localized and heavy amounts of rain, while other counties remained dry. Still, crops continued showing signs of drought stress.
In other business headlines, Indianapolis remains a seller’s market.
According to FC Tucker, there are 18 percent fewer homes for sale in the area than there were a year ago.
The combination for housing and fewer listings has led to bidding wars.
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