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1 comment:

  • John Randall posted at 7:03 am on Thu, Apr 28, 2011.

    John Randall Posts: 21

    Grapes. I wish we'd see an unbroken, picturesque sea of grapes growing from Lodi to Rio Vista! It would be a lot easier on the soil than all these plowed seasonal crops.....every year the wind blows the loose dry soil away in huge black clouds of pesticide-laden dust....and everyone downwind gets to breath it. Plus grapes is a prestige industry that attracts tourists!

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