CALIFORNIA FLOODS DAMAGE CROPS

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,

SALINAS, Calif. -- Growers and shippers throughout California are tallying the damage caused by the second major rainstorm to hit the state this year.

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