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California farmers facing costly damages due to storms

At this point in time, California farmers are facing costly damages from weeks of severe storms. Some growers from the Central Coast region - known as the “Salad Bowl of America” - can’t even start cleaning up because of fields thick with mud and debris. While three weeks of continuous rain brought urgently needed water to drought-stricken California, but the subsequent flooding will delay planting in a state where agriculture is a $50 billion industry.

The scenario will leave some farmers to figure out how to supply national restaurant chains and food distributors that typically would be buying up their lettuce, berries, broccoli and other produce in just a couple months.


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