Newspapers and local news:

  1. Schattenberg. Study at Texas A&M AgriLife center in Uvalde may help boost Texas spinach industry. February 22nd, 2017.
  2. 2016. Better Tomatoes: AgriLife Research scientist studies structures to boost production in South Texas. The Monitor. May 27th2016
  3. AgriLife Research scientist studies structures to boost tomato production in South Texas. AgriLife Today.
  4. SANTA ANA: New tomatoes and spinach being developed for area. The Monitor. By Rod Santa Ana. The. Monitor. December 10th2015.
  5. Texas Tomatoes comeback trail. The Packer. By Cynthia David. The Packer. November 16th, 2015.
  6. Improved Tomatoes and Spinach could revive South Texas production. Texas A&M Today. By Rod Santa Ana. December 15th2015.
  7. Vegetable research to help Valley farmers, boost economy. The 4 News Valley Central. By Ilda Mejia. October 16th2015.
  8. KHID-FM Public Radio in Harlingen. Dec. 11, 2015. KHID broadcasted Valley-wide a 3.5 minutes long segment on my tomato and spinach research work. It aired on hourly newscasts the entire morning, beginning at 6 a.m. thru 11 a.m. It was narrated by Rod Santa Ana, and introduced on newscasts hosted by program director Mario Muńoz.


Vegetable program in public media:

  1. A&M Chancellor: Vegetable research facility will help restore RGV’s produce prowess. The Monitor. By Michael Rodriguez. October 15th2015
  2. A&M center aims to turn Texas farmers back to veggies.San Antonio Express News. By Lynn Brezosky. October 14th, 2015.
  3. New vegetable research facility in Weslaco aims to rebuild produce industry. AgriLife Today. By Rod Santa Ana. October 15th, 2015.
  4. Sharp to dedicate new RGV vegetable research and education building on Thursday. Rio Grande guardian International News Service. By Steve Taylor. October 13th, 2015.
  5. US (TX): Ribbon-cutting, tours of the new Texas A&M AgriLife vegetable research facility. Horti-daily. Oct 14th, 2015,-tours-of-the-new-Texas-A&M-AgriLife-vegetable-research-facility

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