SALINAS, Calif. -- Growers and shippers throughout California are tallying the damage caused by the second major rainstorm to hit the state this year. The rains and flooding that killed a dozen people over the last two weeks also caused $300 million in damages to crops, according to the California Farm Bureau, based in Sacramento. Spokesman Dave Kranz said most of the damage occurred in Monterey County, in the central part of the state. The county, which includes Salinas, sustained about ...
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