It's called "Drought" in the Journal, which may be causing errors in EDDN parsers. e.g. https://ross.eddb.io/eddn/log/239272888Very interesting! I don't suppose blight has been added as a filter in the galmap States, and I don't think eddb is picking it up, so it's going to be hard to track for a while.
I was hoping the same. If it doesn't drag down eco or is just randomly added to a system it won't be as interesting.blight can be caused (in a sane way^) by players
Yes, I'm still a bit puzzled that a Blight can occur in a system like this that's entirely Refinery/Extraction. You'd think it would happen only in Agricultural systems (unless it was faction-wide?).This state should be restricted to agricultural economies. Makes no sense that a refinery (as in OPs screenshot) or an extraction outpost (where I encountered the state) should be affected by blight.
The description clearly states that it's an agricultural blight, i.e. "Blight refers to a specific sign affecting plants in response to infection by a pathogenic organism".
Possibly local agricultural production is still affected? They might not export any but they probably also aren't completely reliant on incoming supplies for all their food.Yes, I'm still a bit puzzled that a Blight can occur in a system like this that's entirely Refinery/Extraction. You'd think it would happen only in Agricultural systems (unless it was faction-wide?).
EDDB seems to be discarding all Blight factions from its records, as it doesn't recognise the state and therefore throws out the entire faction. They're aware and will fix soon.EDDB is pretty confused about the Sanggatia system. Even the PMF affected here doesn't show up in that database.