There's quite a lot to see at the 52nd annual World Ag Expo running Tuesday through Thursday at the International Agri-Center in Tulare. At roughly 100 acres, the event showcases a wide array of the latest in farming products from manufacturers around the world.

New technology wowed visitors at Monday's Media Preview Day. Lasers and GPS systems incorporated into heavy agricultural equipment allow growers to better cope with the ongoing farm labor shortage in the Central Valley.

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