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Drought-hit California vineyards turn to dowsers for help

California is known for its wine, but with the Golden State in the grips of one of its worst droughts on record, vines are struggling to grow. So some farmers have hired dowsers, known as "water witches", to help them find underground streams on their land.

Drought-hit California vineyards turn to dowsers for help

20 Apr 2014 02:10pm
California is known for its wine, but with the Golden State in the grips of one of its worst droughts on record, vines are struggling to grow. So some farmers have hired dowsers, known as "water witches", to help them find underground streams on their land.

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