In rural Maine, rise of the machines pushes out migrant pickers

DEBLOIS, Maine (Reuters) – From beneath the brim of a tattered straw cap, Oscar Argueta, a 35-year-old coffee farmer from the cloud forests of Intibucá, Honduras, grins as he tops off a plastic crate of wild Maine blueberries.

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