Tom Wollenman

LaBue Citrus

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Third-generation citrus grower and manager of LaBue Citrus in Lindsay, California

Tom Wollenman on KCRW

The shutdown at the ports is costing some $1 billion a day, and California’s citrus growers are feeling the pain.

Ports Shutdown Affects Oranges

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