Heavy rains damage California crops

Thienport, Chuck
August 1998
FoodService Director;08/15/98, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p92
Trade Publication
Reports on the impact of heavy rains on the agricultural industry in California. Total damage in the state's agriculture due to storms according to the California Department of Food and Agriculture; History of damages experienced by the state due to adverse weather conditions; Expected production increases for all major crops; Decline in cultivated blueberry production.


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