Dr. Carol Miles shows a container of Orca beans that are part of a breeding and testing program at the Washington State University Research and Extension Center in Mount Vernon. The Orca beans, named for their black and white pattern, were developed at the research center.
Dr. Carol Miles shows a container of Orca beans that are part of a breeding and testing program at the Washington State University Research and Extension Center in Mount Vernon. The Orca beans, named for their black and white pattern, were developed at the research center. Scott Terrell Skagit Valley Herald
Dr. Carol Miles shows a container of Orca beans that are part of a breeding and testing program at the Washington State University Research and Extension Center in Mount Vernon. The Orca beans, named for their black and white pattern, were developed at the research center. Scott Terrell Skagit Valley Herald

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