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Farmers protect crops from cold

Issue Date: January 4, 2012

To protect citrus fruit from freezing temperatures, farmers in the Central Valley employed more than 16,000 wind machines to keep air flowing and temperatures up, according to California Citrus Mutual, which said farmers spent more than $87 million on wind machines and water during December. Water saturates the ground and also increases the temperature on cold nights.

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