Farmers say this year's drought has impacted the growth of corn stalks

The farmers behind one of Connecticut's most popular corn mazes say this year's crop may be a little smaller, but there's still plenty of fun to be had.
Plasko Farm in Trumbull is putting the finishing touches on the maze, which will open Oct. 2.
While the drought has led to shorter corn stalks, it won't make it any easier to find your way out of the maze.
"Agriculture is a tough business - and like I said, you know farming in general...you're at the mercy of the elements," said John Plasko.
Along with the corn maze, people can also enjoy pumpkins, hayrides and ice cream.