Back in December, a deep freeze settled on the state. Most of us got away unscathed, but not California’s $2 billion citrus crop. A lot of fruit was damaged, which may impact citrus prices in the near future. …Read More

Source: The California Report – Science

Citrus Growers Assess Damage of Cold Snap 6 January,2014KQED Science


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