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  • Aerial photography shows these raisins are back in the sun after Monday's drenching

    Two days after Kuldip Chatha recorded a downpour near Chestnut and Floral avenues at his raisin vineyard west of Selma, the ground appears to be dry. The state of his raisin crop, however, is still at the mercy of the weather.

Two days after Kuldip Chatha recorded a downpour near Chestnut and Floral avenues at his raisin vineyard west of Selma, the ground appears to be dry. The state of his raisin crop, however, is still at the mercy of the weather. Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee
Two days after Kuldip Chatha recorded a downpour near Chestnut and Floral avenues at his raisin vineyard west of Selma, the ground appears to be dry. The state of his raisin crop, however, is still at the mercy of the weather. Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee

Raisin farmers hit especially hard by thunderstorm’s downpour

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