Bioscience

Lettuce project sprouts national prize for UA student

August 22, 2010

By Flinn Foundation

[Source: Yuma Sun] – One Yuman’s work in iceberg lettuce has paid off – with national recognition.

For the first time, University of Arizona-Yuma had one of their undergraduate students, Kaylee Renick, recognized at the national level for her work in agricultural research into iceberg lettuce. She received first place in the oral competition at the American Society for Horticultural Science Annual Conference in Palm Desert, Calif., with seven other students from universities around the nation.

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