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Pecan farmers test remedies to recharge aquifers

Issue Date: August 11, 2021
By Dennis Pollock

Almond farmers in California have long been recharging depleted groundwater supplies on some of their million acres. Now new insights are being learned as growers of a far smaller sister crop—pecans—are also capturing surface water in winter months in order to recharge underground aquifers.

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