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Tim Darden Hired as NMSU Range Improvement Task Force Specialist

LAS CRUCES -- Tim Darden began work August 3 as a Cooperative Extension Service specialist with New Mexico State University's Range Improvement Task Force.

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Robin Mack Hired as Luna County Home Economist

LAS CRUCES -- Robin Mack began work August 7 as the Luna County home economist with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Home Ownership Seminars Set for Sept. 9, Oct. 21

DEMING -- Thinking of buying a home but don't know where to begin? Interested home buyers can pick up some pinters before they purchase by attending one of two home ownership programs Sept. 9 or Oct. 21 in Deming.

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N.M. State Fair Tours Teach Importance of Agriculture

ALBUQUERQUE -- Nearly 1,000 Albuquerque elementary school students will learn about where their food and fiber comes from during agricultural tours in September at the New Mexico State Fair.

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Chile Growers Brace for Another Disease

LAS CRUCES - A light powder on the leaves of chile plants in southern New Mexico fields is the calling card for powdery mildew, another grower's headache in an already disease plagued season, said a New Mexico State University plant pathologist.

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NMSU Students Win Animal Science Research Paper Awards

LAS CRUCES -- A New Mexico State University doctoral candidate won first place in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences ' 11th annual A. L. Neumann Scientific Paper Competition for Animal Science Graduate Students.

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Keeping Food Safe In Your Dorm Room

LAS CRUCES -- Food-borne illnesses can occur anywhere, but they may be more likely in a college dormitory room where proper food handling and storage can be difficult.

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Internet Helping Ensure Food Safety Statewide

LAS CRUCES -- When foodborne illnesses strike or food safety questions arise, experts across the state can use the internet to find answers.

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Computer Program Helps Alfalfa Growers Pick the Perfect Variety

LAS CRUCES -- With more than 500 varieties to choose from -- and more available every year -- alfalfa growers can quickly become overwhelmed. An updated version of ALFALFA CATALOG, a computer program developed at New Mexico State University, can help growers pick varieties best suited for their environmental conditions.

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How to Pick Vegetables at the Peak of Freshness

LAS CRUCES - A grocery sack of giant zucchini on your front porch is a sign the neighbors let their garden get away from them again this summer.

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