ANDERSON, Ind. —
Smith was in California on Thursday checking on the status of the tomato crop there, but said "when I left on Monday, I thought the crop looked very good." Although an abundance of rain had caused some minor damage, "As a whole, I think our tomato crop is doing well."
He predicted this year's yield will be even better than last year's 90 percent, so "I'm pretty much a happy camper right now," Smith said.
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