News

Newspapers and local news:

  1. Schattenberg. Study at Texas A&M AgriLife center in Uvalde may help boost Texas spinach industry. February 22nd, 2017.https://today.agrilife.org/2017/02/22/study-texas-agrilife-center-uvalde-may-help-boost-texas-spinach-industry/
  2. 2016. Better Tomatoes: AgriLife Research scientist studies structures to boost production in South Texas. The Monitor. May 27th2016 http://www.themonitor.com/news/local/agrilife-research-scientist-studies-structures-to-boost-production-in-south/article_589bbee2-2300-11e6-933c-e3d4012fa680.html
  3. AgriLife Research scientist studies structures to boost tomato production in South Texas. AgriLife Today. http://today.agrilife.org/2016/05/25/agrilife-tomato-structures/
  4. SANTA ANA: New tomatoes and spinach being developed for area. The Monitor. By Rod Santa Ana. The. Monitor. December 10th2015. http://www.themonitor.com/business/santa-ana-new-tomatoes-and-spinach-being-developed-for-area/article_3fb0024c-9ef0-11e5-81bd-d396cdf9e16d.html
  5. Texas Tomatoes comeback trail. The Packer. By Cynthia David. The Packer. November 16th, 2015. http://www.thepacker.com/shipping-profiles/tex-mex-winter-produce/texas-tomatoes-comeback-trail
  6. Improved Tomatoes and Spinach could revive South Texas production. Texas A&M Today. By Rod Santa Ana. December 15th2015. http://today.tamu.edu/2015/12/15/improved-tomatoes-and-spinach-could-revive-south-texas-production/
  7. Vegetable research to help Valley farmers, boost economy. The 4 News Valley Central. By Ilda Mejia. October 16th2015. http://valleycentral.com/news/local/vegetable-research-to-help-valley-farmers-boost-economy
  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 http://www.themonitor.com/news/local/a-m-chancellor-vegetable-research-facility-will-help-restore-rgv/article_5aab256e-73ac-11e5-9b42-afe531383a1d.html
  2. A&M center aims to turn Texas farmers back to veggies.San Antonio Express News. By Lynn Brezosky. October 14th, 2015. http://www.expressnews.com/business/local/article/A-M-center-aims-to-turn-Texas-farmers-back-to-6571417.php#photo-8791808
  3. New vegetable research facility in Weslaco aims to rebuild produce industry. AgriLife Today. By Rod Santa Ana. October 15th, 2015. http://today.agrilife.org/2015/10/15/weslaco-vegetable-facility-ribbon-cutting-produce-industry/
  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. https://riograndeguardian.com/sharp-to-dedicate-new-rgv-vegetable-research-and-education-building-on-thursday/
  5. US (TX): Ribbon-cutting, tours of the new Texas A&M AgriLife vegetable research facility. Horti-daily. Oct 14th, 2015 http://www.hortidaily.com/article/21346/US-(TX)-Ribbon-cutting,-tours-of-the-new-Texas-A&M-AgriLife-vegetable-research-facility

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