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White Hired as Extension Horticulture Agent

LAS CRUCES -- John White began work Sept. 30 as the Bernalillo County Extension horticulture agent for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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NMSU Scientists Train Tomorrow's Researchers

LAS CRUCES -- Nobody is born knowing how to use a powerful microscope, an ultra centrifuge or a computer-aided design program. With the right training, some people really take to such high-tech equipment. They become our plant pathologists, microbiologists and landscape designers.

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NMSU Scientists Train Tomorrow's Researchers

LAS CRUCES -- Nobody is born knowing how to use a powerful microscope, an ultra centrifuge or a computer-aided design program. With the right training, some people really take to such high-tech equipment. They become our plant pathologists, microbiologists and landscape designers.

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White Hired as Extension Horticulture Agent

LAS CRUCES -- John White began work Sept. 30 as the Bernalillo County Extension horticulture agent for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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NMSU Scientists Train Tomorrow's Researchers

LAS CRUCES -- Nobody is born knowing how to use a powerful microscope, an ultra centrifuge or a computer-aided design program. With the right training, some people really take to such high-tech equipment. They become our plant pathologists, microbiologists and landscape designers.

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Pick Perfect Pumpkins for Halloween

LAS CRUCES -- Halloween is just around the corner. Get out your pumpkin-carving tools and pick the perfect pumpkin for your jack-o'-lantern.

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Pick Perfect Pumpkins for Halloween

LAS CRUCES -- Halloween is just around the corner. Get out your pumpkin-carving tools and pick the perfect pumpkin for your jack-o'-lantern.

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Duff Hired as Superintendent at Clayton Livestock Research Center

LAS CRUCES -- Glenn Duff began work last month as the superintendent of New Mexico State University's Clayton Livestock Research Center.

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Duff Hired as Superintendent at Clayton Livestock Research Center

LAS CRUCES -- Glenn Duff began work last month as the superintendent of New Mexico State University's Clayton Livestock Research Center.

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Free Investing Teleconference Offered Nov. 9 at NMSU

LAS CRUCES -- Investing for your future. If you're like most people, you know you should do it, but you're not sure of the best method. A free teleconference on Nov. 9 at New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will provide tips about saving and investing wisely.

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Free Investing Teleconference Offered Nov. 9 at NMSU

LAS CRUCES -- Investing for your future. If you're like most people, you know you should do it, but you're not sure of the best method. A free teleconference on Nov. 9 at New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will provide tips about saving and investing wisely.

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Hall to Receive Honorary American FFA Degree

LAS CRUCES -- Jimmie Hall, president and chief executive officer of the Albuquerque Production Credit Association, has been selected to receive the Honorary American FFA Degree at this year's National FFA Convention, Nov. 14-16, in Kansas City, Mo.

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Hall to Receive Honorary American FFA Degree

LAS CRUCES -- Jimmie Hall, president and chief executive officer of the Albuquerque Production Credit Association, has been selected to receive the Honorary American FFA Degree at this year's National FFA Convention, Nov. 14-16, in Kansas City, Mo.

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Trick Or Treating Not Meant For All Kids

LAS CRUCES -- Halloween is supposed to be fun, but if children are too young to go trick or treating, the holiday could turn into a frightening experience, said a New Mexico State University child development and family life specialist.

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NMSU Equestrian Team Dominated Horse Shows

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico State University's Equestrian Team hosted and dominated its third and fourth horse shows of the season, winning three of the four possible high-point team awards. The team emerged from the Equestrian Center arena in Las Cruces with 24 individual first places throughout the weekend of Oct. 19 and 20.

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Chomping on Cholla Could Keep Cows Alive During Drought

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico ranchers who have called the cholla cactus a pest in the past may have a change of heart, especially when it's hot and dry.

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Chomping on Cholla Could Keep Cows Alive During Drought

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico ranchers who have called the cholla cactus a pest in the past may have a change of heart, especially when it's hot and dry.

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NMSU Range Insect Laboratories Renamed in Honor of Noted Expert Watts

LAS CRUCES -- The Range Insect Laboratories at New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences were renamed Oct. 25 in a ceremony honoring J. Gordon Watts, noted entomologist.

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NMSU Gets $8.5 Million Grant for New National Biotechnology Information Facility

LAS CRUCES -- Cross a tiger with a lion. Or an elephant with a mouse. To kids, the possibilities of genetic engineering are exciting and infinite.

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Turn Over a New Leaf this Fall: Start a Backyard Compost Pile

LAS CRUCES -- Today's trash can be transformed into food for next spring's garden, if you start a fall compost pile with leaves and kitchen scraps.

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