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Farmer’s side: Striped bass bill a fair compromise for fishermen and farmers

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Posted: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 10:00 pm

The dirt under Brian Blackwell's Bakersfield pistachio trees is dry. Light in color and thirsty, the soil doesn't get all the water it needs.

In fact, it only gets a third of what is needed to grow a full, mature crop of pistachios, according to Blackwell, the owner of Blackwell Farming Company who is also a farm manager responsible for about 6,000 acres of crops in Southern California.

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