A crop duster applies fungicide to an orchard of nectarines north of Easton in this file photo from 2000.
A crop duster applies fungicide to an orchard of nectarines north of Easton in this file photo from 2000. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file photo
A crop duster applies fungicide to an orchard of nectarines north of Easton in this file photo from 2000. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file photo

Pesticide use in Fresno County drops due to drought, fallowed fields

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