Editorial
Grading City Hall: How is L.A.'s city controller doing so far?
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Pop Day 3

Singh looks into his abandoned well that went dry. The longtime farmer embraced the so-called Green Revolution in his youth, signing on to a new way of farming that introduced fertilizer, pesticides, hybrid seeds and groundwater pumped out with modern equipment. But such high-intensity agriculture has taken a toll: falling water tables, exhausted or salt-contaminated soils, resistant pests and plumes of fertilizer and pesticides in streams and aquifers. Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times
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