Firebaugh farmer Garrett Rajkovich is surrounded by dead Thompson seedless grape vines last November. Experts say more farmland will go out of production because of groundwater limits, but a new study says there are more supplies than previously thought.
Firebaugh farmer Garrett Rajkovich is surrounded by dead Thompson seedless grape vines last November. Experts say more farmland will go out of production because of groundwater limits, but a new study says there are more supplies than previously thought. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Firebaugh farmer Garrett Rajkovich is surrounded by dead Thompson seedless grape vines last November. Experts say more farmland will go out of production because of groundwater limits, but a new study says there are more supplies than previously thought. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com

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