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This classification applies to all acreage devoted to the cultivation and harvesting, including field packing, of all grapes (table, wine or raisin), kiwifruit, jojoba, hops or Kadota figs, and includes the field drying of grapes to produce raisins. The washing, sorting, sizing, grading, packing, precooling or otherwise preparing of fresh grapes for shipment (not field packing) shall be separately classified as 2107, Fruit — fresh fruit packing and handling.

The drying of grapes within buildings or sheds (not field drying) shall be separately classified as 2102, Fruit or Vegetable Evaporation or Dehydrating.

The production of wine shall be separately classified as 2142(1), Wineries.

Providing machinery and operating crews to conduct mechanized farming or harvesting operations for separate concerns on a fee basis shall be classified as 0050, Farm Machinery Operation.

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This classification applies to all acreage devoted to the raising of all grapes — table, wine or raisin — and shall also include hops and Kadota figs.

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