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U.S. drought not really affecting North Central Florida growers

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While much of the United States has been hit with drought, farmers in the Gainesville area have been able to dodge the bullet for now.  As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Clint Holzapfel reports, steady rains have helped the local produce markets and their customers.

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