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Record Rain in Southern California Slows Harvesting

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Many days of record rain, as much as 4.5 inches in one day, have prevented  growers from getting their pickers and equipment into the field.  Compound the rain with the Easter holiday weekend that is affecting labor and we have a perfect storm.  We will be tight on Cara Cara’s, lemons and avocados from some of our growers early in the week.

Los Angeles Times Friday April 10thA cold storm that’s been lingering over Southern California for most of the week will continue to drop rain and mountain snow on the area for another day. Showers are expected to fall over Los Angeles and portions of Ventura counties for most of Friday. Heavier rain is forecast for Orange and San Diego Counties. Six days of rain in a row in downtown Los Angeles breaks a record for the number of consecutive days of rain in April since 1983. Read the full article.

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