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Unique opportunity to acquire 40 +/-acres of high producing almonds along with 7.2 +/- acres of open ground. Irrigation is via a filtration system with double drip lines in the tree portion. The property is entitled to receive water from the San Luis Water District. Varieties are 50% Nonpareil, 25% Monterey, and 25% Fritz. Trees were planted in 2006 with a spacing of 18 X 21. Soil is Cerini clay loam. This property will be sold together with the adjoining 160 +/- acres (see our listing). The 2022 yield for the combined ranches was an impressive 2,959 pounds per acre. The properties share the irrigation filtration system. The property is close to I-5 and the town of Firebaugh. Buyer to reimburse seller for all production costs paid through the closing date if escrow closes prior to the harvest of the 2023 crop and buyer will be entitled to the crop. Seller retains all rights to the crop and crop proceeds if escrow closes after the harvest of the 2023 crop. A.P.N.'s 009-070-65 S and 009-070-80 S.
Groundwater Disclosure: The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (SGMA) passed in 2014 requires groundwater basins to be sustainable by 2040. SGMA requires a Groundwater Sustainability Plan (GSP) by 2020. SGMA may limit the amount of well water that may be pumped from underground aquifers. For more information please visit the SGMA web site at www.sgma.water.ca.gov/portal/