New almond trees in June 2015 in a field at Ashlan and Grantland avenues, west of Highway 99 in Fresno. In 2015, Fresno County had 110,995 acres of trees in production and 15,552 acres of non-bearing trees.
New almond trees in June 2015 in a field at Ashlan and Grantland avenues, west of Highway 99 in Fresno. In 2015, Fresno County had 110,995 acres of trees in production and 15,552 acres of non-bearing trees. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
New almond trees in June 2015 in a field at Ashlan and Grantland avenues, west of Highway 99 in Fresno. In 2015, Fresno County had 110,995 acres of trees in production and 15,552 acres of non-bearing trees. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

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