When flooding hits, agriculture tries to be ready

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When flooding hits, agriculture tries to be ready

A huge rain storm doesn't always mean immediate relief for agriculture that has been dealing with drought for years - It can also mean flooding, which only if captured can provide long-term relief

California farmers have come to expect never-ending drought conditions. In 2021, the chair of the California Board of Agriculture, Don Cameron, told GreenBiz, "We're going into next year with the reservoirs...

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