Scott van der Kar

Avocado grower, Carpinteria

Avocado grower, Carpinteria

Scott van der Kar on KCRW

Avocado farmers in Carpinteria neighboring cannabis growers are facing serious pest control issues this season.

Pesticide controversies continue in Carpinteria between avocado farmers and marijuana growers

Avocado farmers in Carpinteria neighboring cannabis growers are facing serious pest control issues this season.

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