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Young students learning agriculture biology

Young students learning agriculture biology | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
YUMA, Ariz. - The spring semester is starting for Yuma County schools and students are getting  hands on experience with agriculture biology. This is all thanks to eighteen University of Arizona stude
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Fungus infecting hundreds of acres of lettuce

Fungus infecting hundreds of acres of lettuce | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
YUMA, Ariz.- Leaders in the agricultural industry from around the world met today in Yuma to discuss a growing problem in the industry that is destroying hundreds of acres of lettuce. The Fusarium Wil
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New study explains ag importance in Yuma| KYMA (TV-Yuma)

"Wonderful climate, lots of sunshine, fairly sophisticated growers," says George Frisvold, Ph.D., University of Arizona professor. Those are just a few of the factors that make Yuma’s agricultural industry as successful as it is.

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HomeGrown | KYMA (TV-Yuma)

HOMEGROWN: Agricultural research and farming go hand in hand in the desert Southwest. Join News 11's Rebecca Buchanan with Dr. Kurt Nolte for a look at where it all began in this week's HomeGrown Report.

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Arizona citrus growers worried about bacteria that could wipe out citrus industry | KYMA KSWT KECY News

Arizona citrus growers worried about bacteria that could wipe out citrus industry | KYMA KSWT KECY News | CALS in the News | Scoop.it
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Billion-dollar agriculture industry negatively impacted by heavy rain | KYMA (TV-Yuma)

YUMA, Ariz. - Parts of the Yuma Valley saw four to six inches of rain in just a few hours Tuesday night. 
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