California raisin crop expected to be small
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A just released U.S. Department of Agriculture report shows this year's crop total will reach less than 2-million tons -- 13 percent lower than last year's production. The last time the state's crop was so low was in 2006.
The ag department says this spring's frost contributed to lower estimates.
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