Citrus farmer Robert LoBue said farmers are reporting how much nitrogen they use. LoBue was one of 27 farmers in Tulare County to receive a letter saying they must replace drinking water contaminated by nitrates due to farming.
Citrus farmer Robert LoBue said farmers are reporting how much nitrogen they use. LoBue was one of 27 farmers in Tulare County to receive a letter saying they must replace drinking water contaminated by nitrates due to farming. LEWIS GRISWOLD lgriswold@fresnobee.com
Citrus farmer Robert LoBue said farmers are reporting how much nitrogen they use. LoBue was one of 27 farmers in Tulare County to receive a letter saying they must replace drinking water contaminated by nitrates due to farming. LEWIS GRISWOLD lgriswold@fresnobee.com

State letter to farmers demands water to fix nitrate problem

October 21, 2016 04:38 PM

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