In the heart of California’s Sacramento Valley, Blake Harlan sits at his desk. It’s early March. He is talking on his iPhone and trying to wrap up some business in his office, which he built next to a 1900s-era house that has been in his family for generations. Life is about to get busy for this grain, nut and fruit producer. Soon, tomatoes will come off the vine, picked by a harvesting machine that has been decades in the making. Click on the image below to read the full story.