SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Drought is once again knocking on the doors of California farmers, who provide the nation's supermarkets with more than half of their produce. A year after record rainfall put an end to a seven-year dry spell that was one of California's worst droughts on record, some farmers here will get only one-third of the water they have contracted to receive from the state -- water they desperately need to irrigate their fields in a state that receives virtually no rain during ...
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