This week’s weather seems perfect for the 100,000 people visiting the World Ag Expo in Tulare, but one expert says it’s not good news for farmers. Sabrina Hill reports.
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It was the stereotypical California weather for the World Ag Expo this week, sunny, warm, and not a drop of rain. But Agricultural Economist Vernon Crowder says while it might seem perfect for some of the people visiting, it’s bad news for our growers.
Crowder says while December was good for rainfall, January was far too low, and February is following suit. He says all eyes are on water, and what the lack of rain means for deliveries.