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|Tuesday, June 08, 2010|
The state's new ban on field burning goes into effect this summer, but a small amount of burning will be allowed for farmers in particularly tough straights.
Farms hit hard by insects or disease will be allowed to burn 2,000 acres, just 5 percent of the previous 40,000 acre allotment.
Read more at the Register-Guard.
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