Chris Taylor says he expects to sell one of his two crop dusting aircraft at Sunrise Dusters in Robbins. As water allocations remain unsettled, rice farmers are not lining up contract work until they know how many acres they will plant.
Chris Taylor says he expects to sell one of his two crop dusting aircraft at Sunrise Dusters in Robbins. As water allocations remain unsettled, rice farmers are not lining up contract work until they know how many acres they will plant. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Chris Taylor says he expects to sell one of his two crop dusting aircraft at Sunrise Dusters in Robbins. As water allocations remain unsettled, rice farmers are not lining up contract work until they know how many acres they will plant. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Drought dries up business for contractors in Sacramento Valley’s rice industry

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