Arizona’s orange groves, once seen as a symbol of agricultural prosperity, are now under threat from a combination of climate variability and urban development pressures. Particularly, the impacts of El Niño seasons and the.
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Arizona’s sprawling desert landscapes, painted with saguaro cacti and framed by striking mountain ranges, might not be the first image that comes to mind when one thinks of thriving orange groves. However, citrus cultivation,.
Arizona, a sun-soaked state known for its desert landscapes and picturesque sunsets, offers a surprising bounty - oranges. Often overlooked compared to their California or Florida counterparts, Arizona oranges add a unique tang to.
Arizona Citrus History: The history of Arizona's citrus industry dates back to the late 19th century when the first citrus trees were planted in the Salt River Valley. The industry rapidly expanded in the early.