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Crop Cut Up to 40% From Drought Likely
U.S. Tells Central Valley Farmers Water Deliveries Could Be Slashed 25-50% Drought Might Cut San Joaquin Crops by 40%
Los Angeles Times (1923-Current File) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Rood, W B
Date: Jan 13, 1977
Start Page: B24
Pages: 2
Section: PART ONE
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Farmers in California's mammoth Central Valley likely will have to cut crop production by up to 40% as a result of the continuing drought, federal water officials said Wednesday.

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