Citrus growers in the Central Valley say fewer trees are producing fruit, so the price of citrus could increase at the grocery store. But, farmers' costs have skyrocketed because of the drought.
Zack Stuller is a grower in Exeter. He says he hasn't received water from the Central Valley Water Project in two years.
He has spent $2,000 an acre foot for water from distant agencies and $70,000 to dig a well for six-acres of lemons.