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A lack of rain is spurring citrus plants to drop fruit at the highest rate in 43 years for non-Valencia oranges, which include early, mid-season, and navel varieties, according to the USDA.

Photographer: Matt Stroshane/Bloomberg

A lack of rain is spurring citrus plants to drop fruit at the highest rate in 43 years for non-Valencia oranges, which include early, mid-season, and navel varieties, according to the USDA.
December 18, 2012
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