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California citrus growers assess damage of cold snap




Icicles created by drip irrigation are illuminated by a cars headlights as they hang from an orange tree in Orange Cove, California.
Icicles created by drip irrigation are illuminated by a cars headlights as they hang from an orange tree in Orange Cove, California.
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Back in December, a deep freeze settled on the state of California. Most of us got away unscathed, but not California's $2 billion dollar citrus crop. A lot of fruit was damaged. The California Report's Central Valley Bureau Chief Sasha Khokha has the story from a packinghouse near Fresno.