Mandarin oranges' popularity drives small farmers' fears

06/3/2013 | Bay Post (New South Wales, Australia)

Some of Australia's mandarin orange growers are feeling the squeeze of the fruit's growing popularity -- even with bumper crops this year, small farmers say they can't compete with big growers on price and still make a profit. Some, like seventh-generation grower Mark Wiseman, have opened up the groves to consumers to pick their own as a way to boost revenue.

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