Who picked the fruit before the Mexicans did?
Some farmers told Garza they expect some of their fields to remain unpicked.I'll give you a hint. They weren't a minority.
Some said they believe their fields will end up filled with rotting produce.
The Bush administration has learned of the possible loss of millions of dollars for thousands of farmers throughout the country, and is attempting to loosen visa requirements for workers.
However, farmers told Garza the attempt is "too little too late."
The president has blamed Congress for failing to come up with acceptable new immigration laws.
Experts expect the impact on agribusiness to affect Americans' pocketbooks, Garza said.
Working in the fields is a hard job that few will do, according to Pete Aiello of Uesugi Farms in Gilroy.
Incidentally, this story is a lot of "some say" and "experts report" sort of reporting. High on speculation, low on facts.