Farmworkers tend an organic field in San Diego County.
Scientists and policymakers gathered at UC Davis Wednesday to talk about climate change and agriculture. Growers in California have noted disturbing patterns, from heat stress on row crops, to fewer so-called winter "chilling hours," which are crucial for cherries and other stone fruits. Reporter: Craig Miller
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