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UA researcher studying disease that could impact chocolate supply
The Swollen Shoot disease is affecting cacao trees in Ghana.
Restarted Mexican tomato investigation makes final duty determination
The Department of Commerce determined that Mexican tomatoes are likely to be sold for less than fair value.
UA gets go-ahead to open school of veterinary medicine
The program will be the first public vet school in Arizona.
Florida tomato growers reignite anti-dumping battle with Mexican producers
The Florida growers are pushing to resume an investigation despite a hard-fought agreement between Mexican growers and the USDA.
UA researchers put food safety under a microscope in Yuma
A study is looking into the reasons behind persistent E. coli outbreaks in the produce growing region.
What an archaeological dig near the Santa Cruz River may unearth about the past
The site was discovered during preliminary work on a new interchange near I-10 and Ruthrauff Road.
"Wise Bodies, Beautiful Elders" - photographer Jade Beall confronts ageism in the raw.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: The facts regarding mental illness and gun violence; and mushroom hunters go on a monsoon quest.
UA research farm using automation to innovate industry
The Maricopa Agricultural Center is a testing ground for precision agriculture.
UA scientist analyzing how well farming techniques travel
The researcher asks why a conservation agriculture method used in North America hasn't caught on in Zimbabwe.
Florida 'appreciates' new tomato proposal; Nogales growers concerned
A produce distributor based in Nogales says proposed changes are "logistically impossible."
500 Gila Topminnows make a splash at The Mission Garden
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Southwest members of Congress decry produce protection measures
Critics say provisions could mean higher prices for consumers and endanger approval of the renegotiated NAFTA.
Tucson reviving a stretch of the Santa Cruz River
Tucson Water is putting water back into the Santa Cruz River near downtown.
Dams could protect ranchers from climate change's drought, but could they also contribute to it?
Wyoming is moving forward on building or expanding several reservoirs on the Green River, a main branch of the Colorado River.
Walking in the footsteps of Sara Plummer Lemmon
The story of a botanist and artist who had a mountain named after her.
Mexican tomato growers make new offer; florida growers unmoved
With negotiations at an apparent impasse, Southern Arizona’s massive produce import industry is on edge.
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