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Valencia orange crop to be lower

Issue Date: March 18, 2015

Dry weather contributes to a reduced spring-and-summer orange crop in California, according to an estimate released last week. Crop forecasters said the drought reduced the average number of oranges on Valencia orange trees by 15 percent.

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