Daniel Sumner

UC Davis

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President Trump revived tariffs today on steel and aluminum imports from Mexico, Canada and the European Union.

How does the international tariffs dispute affect California agriculture?

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About 80% of water in California goes to agriculture. It’s a number that has been spotlighted as the state grapples with how to reduce water usage.

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