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Drought Forces Calif. Farmers To Cut Back On Planting

by Nathan Rott
Jan 30, 2014 (All Things Considered) — In California, agriculture is a $44.7 billion industry and the ongoing drought has many farmers worried. Some already have cut back on planting crops and some banks are withholding loans.

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