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30,000 Acres of Central Valley Winegrapes May Go Away Soon

Feb 2003 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
Allied Grape Growers president Nat DiBuduo said that an estimated 30,000 acres of wine grapes and another 25,000 vineyard acres of Thompson Seedless grapes will have been pulled out of the ground in California's San Joaquin Valley by the end of this year. The "best guess" estimate was made following an informal survey and after extensive discussions with growers who are logging pullouts. Nobody knows how many acres of vines will ultimately be removed.There were about 480,000 bearing and another ...
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