Lab tries to stretch guayule plant into profit · By TANNER CLINCH Staff Writer -Eloy Enterprise · Oct 27, 2016 · · ELOY — Guayule, an arid desert bush native to Mexico, is being looked at by many companies that use large amounts of rubber to be a good domestic replacement for Hevea trees,
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CASA GRANDE — In the arid climate of Arizona, a shrub that looks more like a weed than a traditional crop could be cultivating the answer to sustainable, natural rubber. Guayule — pronounced why-YOU-lee — produces liquid latex that can be transformed into tires, wetsuits and other everyday products.Lauren Johnson, the agricultural research director for
By TANNER CLINCH Staff Writer Eloy Enterprise ELOY — Business leaders from the area met last Thursday for the quarterly Economic Development Group of Eloy luncheon to discuss the big project that’s been on everyone’s minds for years now, PhoenixMart. They brought out Marshall Stahl, chief operating officer of AZ Sourcing, the company responsible for PhoenixMart.
On Thursday April 21st at City Gate Mall in Casa Grande at the Phoenix Mart office EDGE will hold a luncheon. It will be from 11:30-1:00pm. The Speaker will be Marshall Stahl – COO, with Arizona Sourcing. The topics of discussion are PhoenixMart and NALTEC. PhoenixMart is an Arizona-based global marketplace that facilitates and maximizes manufacturing,