Thousands of almonds, automatically culled from twigs, fill a trailer bin after being swept up off the orchard ground during Madera County farmer Tom Roger's harvest in 2016.
Thousands of almonds, automatically culled from twigs, fill a trailer bin after being swept up off the orchard ground during Madera County farmer Tom Roger's harvest in 2016. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Thousands of almonds, automatically culled from twigs, fill a trailer bin after being swept up off the orchard ground during Madera County farmer Tom Roger's harvest in 2016. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

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