Cilantro farmers look for help against crop diseases

Issue Date: September 16, 2020
By Bob Johnson

Cilantro has entered the mainstream of vegetables grown in the Central Coast region. Farmers in the area grow most of the statewide harvest of this mainstay of Asian and Hispanic cooking, which already brings growers more than $50 million a year and is increasing.

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