Drought is a recurring natural phenomenon, representing an imbalance in the elements of the atmosphere unless people may not feel it has adverse effects on plant production. However, it can cause significant damage to the crop, such as low productivity, slow growth, or it may reach the failure of crop production. The drought problem’s consequences may be sudden, whereas the difference in temperature or relative humidity in a certain way during the critical agricultural season is difficult for humans to feel or pay attention to.
Monitoring and evaluating drought is carried out in many countries worldwide using drought indicators, and the standard precipitation index is the most used indicator. It is the official indicator recommended by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).
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