The Salinas Valley of California, southeast of San Francisco, is referred to as the “salad bowl of the world” because of its abundance of such crops as lettuce, broccoli, and peppers. And like many agricultural areas in California, the water supply is under stress from high usage, rising population, and changing weather patterns. Therefore, every water conservation effort in the valley contributes to the overall health of the vitally important agriculture industry.
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