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  •  the soil is good, just not enough water in the (2+ / 0-)
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    kyril, mightymouse

    right places. The central valley used to have tule marshes, now it is all big agri-business. The central coast is pretty much water independent of the rest of the state, except for the coastal cities that suck too much water. It's the south, where it was once mostly desert, that uses most of the water. That, and LA stealing all the water from the Owens valley.

    Add water to the constant sunshine and mild temps, and its the perfect place to engage in year-round farming.

    "I don't need a script to tell the truth" Ed Schultz, Feb. 4 2010

    by BusyinCA on Mon Feb 06, 2012 at 10:50:11 PM PST

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