Crookham Co.’s CEO George Crookham is pictured in this photo from 2012 with the company’s onion cages. Cages isolate onion flowers with their own pollinators, such as flies and bees, to keep research strains from cross-pollinating.
Crookham Co.’s CEO George Crookham is pictured in this photo from 2012 with the company’s onion cages. Cages isolate onion flowers with their own pollinators, such as flies and bees, to keep research strains from cross-pollinating. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Crookham Co.’s CEO George Crookham is pictured in this photo from 2012 with the company’s onion cages. Cages isolate onion flowers with their own pollinators, such as flies and bees, to keep research strains from cross-pollinating. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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