Agriculture

June 29, 2012 1:40 PM

Record almond harvest projected for California

This year's California almond crop looks as if it will set a record after all, the federal government projected Friday. The National Agricultural Statistics Service estimated the harvest at 2.1 billion pounds, up from the initial projection of 2 billion pounds in May.

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