It means they’re dependent upon the labor, and unless you address them, they will keep re-growing the problem.
They’re the largest employers, they originated how illegals found themselves into other labor markets in the country, and the farmers need the I-100 or something like it back. This can’t be denied, because the need for labor is clearly real.
This claim of yours is obfuscation. The point was that farmers need a new visa program, and will undercut the law until you make it happen. The same to other employers, and FTR, I said “others” several times.
Until you get them on board, they will continue to undercut the law. Their cooperation, is a pre-condition to making the policy work, whatever it is.
If you leave them out in the cold, the law will continue to be ignored. They can’t wait for you. The economy stops for no one.