Lack of immigration reform threatens farmers

Immigration reform that will afford more visas to low-skilled workers and legalize those already here will have a dramatic impact on American agriculture. According to Red Bryan, a California berry producer, “Labor is the No. 1 issue for agriculture. It’s not pesticides, water supply, or land use. Without workers, we’re out of business.” 

National Journal: In Migrant-Worker Shortage, Strawberries Are Spring’s First Endangered Crop

Los Angeles Times: Lack of immigration reform threatens California farmers

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