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New Cotton Variety to be Showcased at Field Day

LAS CRUCES -- New Mexico cotton growers will get a look at a new cotton variety during a field day at the Leyendecker Plant Science Center near Las Cruces, Oct. 11.

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Rosencrans Hired as NMSU Assistant Professor in Ag Education

LAS CRUCES -- Carlos Rosencrans Jr. began work Aug. 5 as an assistant professor for New Mexico State University's agricultural and Extension education department.

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Castillo Hired as State FFA Executive Secretary

LAS CRUCES -- Saundra Castillo began work recently with New Mexico State University's agricultural and Extension education department as the executive secretary of the New Mexico FFA Association.

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Bond Issue B Contains Agricultural Funding

LAS CRUCES -- Bond Issue B on the Nov. 5 ballot contains $9.4 million for an agricultural research, teaching and Cooperative Extension Service building at New Mexico State University.

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Smell of Garlic has Gardeners Anticipating Fall Planting

LAS CRUCES -- When it comes to growing garlic, New Mexico may not be number one, but there are enough garlic lovers in the state to welcome the fall planting season.

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Time for Gardeners to Give Soil a Boost

LAS CRUCES -- Gardeners, who are preparing to harvest their last crop before the first frost, should also start cleaning vines and weeds and revitalize hard and worn-out soil, said a horticulture specialist with New Mexico State University.

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Gonzalez to Lead Academic Programs at NMSU's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences

LAS CRUCES -- I. Miley Gonzalez has been promoted to associate dean and director for academic programs at New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences .

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Reducing the Risk of Bee Attacks

LAS CRUCES -- Fall is not the only thing in the air. A series of bee stingings, both European and Africanized, may have some New Mexicans wondering how to protect themselves.

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Sept.'s Africanized Bee Stats: Two Hurt, Sixth County Added to List

LAS CRUCES -- In a rash of bee attacks this month, two men were hospitalized, several pets died and Africanized honeybees were confirmed in a sixth New Mexico county.

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Young Quilters Sewing Up Service Project

CLOVIS -- With every strip of fabric, each seam and every stitch, young quilters from Curry County are learning community spirit as well as sewing skills.

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