No state budget funds expected for new echuca crops in coming years.
"The Department of Agriculture [Department of Agriculture] has been working to establish a plan to produce and manage the new echuca crops," says the department, in a statement. "The department has provided $16.9 million in funding through the 2017-18 budget request in order to increase capacity and grow crop productivity through better management, better distribution, and innovative approaches."
According to the department's latest release, "the growing numbers o시흥안마f young female-specific E. coli strains in the area are a serious concern."
The department is working with other local organizations, including the San Diego County Department of Water, San Diego Department of Public Health, the San Diego Zoo and other organizations to address the problem.
But more work is also needed.
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