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Drought has nurseries, growers on Los Angeles Avenue saving water

By   /   Friday, September 18th, 2015  /   Comments Off on Drought has nurseries, growers on Los Angeles Avenue saving water

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Richard Hartley, co-owner of Hartley Botanica in Somis, shows off drought resistant crepe myrtles. Drivers along Los Angeles Avenue in Ventura County might not even notice that California is in a drought. The two-lane highway is lined with farms and nurseries that rival the beauty of the coastal commute, despite the harsh conditions. A vast…

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