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Fruit growers to renew Parma research funding
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Fruit growers to renew Parma research funding
A coalition of groups representing fruit growers in Idaho will renew a five-year agreement with the University of Idaho that will provide UI's Parma research station $30,000 a year. The money has helped the station continue its fruit orchard trials.

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