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  2. List of mountain ranges of Arizona - Wikipedia

    John the Baptist Mountains–Pima County; Juniper Mountains–Yavapai County; Kofa Mountains–N. Yuma County - (S. La Paz County) La Lesna Mountains–Pima County; Laguna Mountains (Arizona)–Yuma County (see also: Laguna Mountains(Calif)) Las Guijas Mountains–Pima County; Little Ajo Mountains–Pima County; Little Buckskin Mountains–La ...

  3. List of municipalities in Arizona - Wikipedia

    Arizona is a state located in the Western United States. Arizona is divided into 15 counties and contains 91 incorporated cities and towns.Incorporated places in Arizona are those that have been granted home rule, possessing a local government in the form of a city or town council.

  4. Screen printing - Wikipedia

    Screen printing (traditionally called silkscreen printing; also known as serigraphy and serigraph printing) is a printing technique where a mesh is used to transfer ink (or dye) onto a substrate, except in areas made impermeable to the ink by a blocking stencil.

  5. Queen Creek, Arizona - Wikipedia,_Arizona

    85142 (Queen Creek) 85140 (San Tan Valley)85212 ()Area code: 480: FIPS code: 04-58150: Website: Queen Creek is a town in Maricopa and Pinal counties in the state of Arizona.

  6. Gossypium barbadense - Wikipedia

    Pima. Pima is a name often used for cotton grown in the Southwestern United States. This market class consists of extra-long G. barbadense. It was originally known as "American Egyptian", but eventually the name "Pima" became more popular.

  7. San Tan Valley, Arizona - Wikipedia,_Arizona

    San Tan Valley is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in northern Pinal County, Arizona, United States.As of the census of 2020, the population of San Tan Valley is 99,894.

  8. Pest control - Wikipedia

    Mechanical pest control is the use of hands-on techniques as well as simple equipment and devices, that provides a protective barrier between plants and insects.This is referred to as tillage and is one of the oldest methods of weed control as well as being useful for pest control; wireworms, the larvae of the common click beetle, are very destructive pests of newly ploughed grassland, and ...

  9. U.S. Route 89 - Wikipedia

    U.S. Route 89 US 89 highlighted in red Route information Length 1,252 mi (2,015 km) Existed 1926–present Major junctions South end I-40 BL / US 180 in Flagstaff, Arizona Major intersections I-70 / US 50 in Salina, Utah I-15 in Lehi, Utah I-80 in Salt Lake City I-84 near Ogden, Utah US 91 in Logan, Utah US 30 in Montpelier, Idaho US 14 / US 20 in Yellowstone National Park I-90 in Livingston ...