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Harvest news, rotten potato feud mark August 1905 in Lodi

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Posted: Friday, August 1, 2008 10:00 pm

Like today, the harvest was big news in August 103 years ago.

That month the Lodi Sentinel reported on declining local watermelon shipments, the development of a new fruit called a peacherine, the rushed building of the Woodbridge Co-Operative Winery, fruit shipping in innovative refrigerated rail cars, the increased price of $12 per ton of zinfandel grapes and the beginning of the promising tokay grape harvest.

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