Icicles hang off oranges as farmers used water in 2013 to help keep the orchards warm during freezing weather.
Icicles hang off oranges as farmers used water in 2013 to help keep the orchards warm during freezing weather. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Icicles hang off oranges as farmers used water in 2013 to help keep the orchards warm during freezing weather. MARK CROSSE Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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