Farm workers pull up irrigation drip lines in a garlic field near Huron, Calif., in Fresno County in 2015. Removing the drip lines is a routine part of the growing process for garlic.
Farm workers pull up irrigation drip lines in a garlic field near Huron, Calif., in Fresno County in 2015. Removing the drip lines is a routine part of the growing process for garlic. Randall Benton Bee file
Farm workers pull up irrigation drip lines in a garlic field near Huron, Calif., in Fresno County in 2015. Removing the drip lines is a routine part of the growing process for garlic. Randall Benton Bee file

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