Irrigation Pumps to Submit to Stricter Air Pollution Regulations under U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Settlement with Environmental Groups
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Several recent developments in air quality regulation have the potential to affect agricultural irrigation in the San Joaquin Valley. Currently, the majority of San Joaquin Valley farmers use diesel-powered irrigation pumps to bring water to their fields; however, two recent lawsuits concerning air quality may require San Joaquin farmers to significantly alter their irrigation practices.
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