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ADAMS — For years, Judit Barroso, associate professor in weed science at Oregon State University, has been helping farmers fight back against both stubborn and invasive weeds by working at the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center near Adams.

Barroso, hailing from Madrid, Spain, originally became interested in science and research because of her high school biology teacher. She said that same teacher told her making a career in biology means traveling abroad, which she eventually.

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