Wearing a beanie, long-sleeve shirt and jeans, George Rodriguez says he doesn't pay attention to the heat from the noon sun as he picks and sorts tomatoes on a dusty plot of land on East Kettleman Lane.
"I just don't think about it," said 15-year-old Rodriguez, sifting at a casual pace through a red plastic bucket of Early Girls for Toscano and Sons. "The more you think about it, the hotter it feels."
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