Central San Joaquin Valley growers use giant overhead fans to circulate a strong inversion layer in most citrus-producing areas. In some areas, growers also used the wind machines in early morning hours to keep the fruit dry and prevent harvesting delays.
Central San Joaquin Valley growers use giant overhead fans to circulate a strong inversion layer in most citrus-producing areas. In some areas, growers also used the wind machines in early morning hours to keep the fruit dry and prevent harvesting delays. Craig Kohlruss Fresno Bee file
Central San Joaquin Valley growers use giant overhead fans to circulate a strong inversion layer in most citrus-producing areas. In some areas, growers also used the wind machines in early morning hours to keep the fruit dry and prevent harvesting delays. Craig Kohlruss Fresno Bee file

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December 16, 2015 09:37 AM

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