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Drought Won't Mean More Expensive Peaches

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(alicehenneman/Flickr)

Fruits, nuts, vegetables, dairy products – California produces so much of what Americans eat. Agricultural economist Dan Sumner joins Here & Now’s Robin Young to explain why the current drought will not increase produce prices.

Guest

  • Dan Sumner, professor of agricultural economics and policy at the University of California, Davis. He’s also director of the University of California’s Agricultural Issues Center.

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