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Tight water year affects plantings of garbanzo beans

Issue Date: July 16, 2014
By Ching Lee

With limited water supplies this year, many farmers have reduced plantings of row crops, as they try to reserve water for use on trees and vines, but those who grow dry beans say garbanzos remain a good alternative to other crops that need more water.

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