(KSEE) The fight is on and citrus growers across California are bracing for another busy night and day.
Rodney Radtke says, "A lot of different emotions. A lot of frustration, but that's the citrus game."
A game that orange grower Rodney Radtke isn't willing to lose.
He says between wind machines and water to trap heat inside orange coves, about $50,000 was spent this week to keep 150 acres of crops above freezing temperatures.
Even though the damage won't likely be detected for 3 to 4 weeks, Radtke says so far it seems the hard work may have paid off.
"I'm fairly optimistic that the damage will only be minimal," says Radtke.
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