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Lodi-area crops weathering cold snap

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Posted: Monday, January 15, 2007 10:00 pm

The temperature dropped to 22 degrees Monday morning at Jon Tecklenburg's ranch east of Highway 99 on Kettleman Lane. While the winegrapes, cherries and apples were surviving the freeze, his workers pruning the grapevines were bundled up like football fans in Green Bay.

"They are soooo bundled up," Tecklenburg said. "They have ski masks on. I bought them all a pair of gloves."

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