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#California’s heavy winter rains this year may bust more than just the state’s drought; they also may bust the state’s salad crop. Two months of precipitation have threatened almond, celery, strawberry and leafy greens in the Salinas Valley. Farmers say the record rains could damage and delay some crops, leading to shortages and higher prices. (Wall Street Journal)

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