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NMSU Hosts Teaching Symposium

LAS CRUCES - "Teaching, It's Hot That's the theme for the 4th annual Western Regional Teaching Symposium for' university faculty which will be hosted Sept. 22-23 by New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences .

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NMSU Releases Six New onion varieties

LAS CRUCES - White and crispy, sweet and tasty, late maturing. Perfect for rings. These are just a few of the improved characteristics onion growers in southern New Mexico can chose from with the release of six new varieties from New Mexico State University's Agricultural Experiment Station (AES).

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Innovative Multimedia Brings University to Place-Bound Students

LAS CRUCES - Students who can't leave home to go to college can still go to college class next spring at New Mexico State University, thanks to a unique blend of internet, satellite and communication technologies.

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Fall-planted Green Manure Crops Help Improve Soil

LAS CRUCES - Crops and weather have pushed soils to the limit throughout the year, so fall is _a good time to pamper your soil in both the field and garden, said a New Mexico State University horticulture specialist.

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Goldenrod Control -- Now's the Time

LAS CRUCES -- Autumn is the time for ranchers to apply control measures to rayless goldenrod, a poisonous plant that is toxic to all livestock, said a New Mexico State University brush and weed specialist.

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Celebrate 4-H Week in October

LAS CRUCES -- 4-H clubs across New Mexico will get to strut their stuff during 4-H Week from Oct. 1 - 7.

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Field day to help farmers make choices about land in Conservation Reserve Program

CLOVIS - In the next year, High Plains farmers will decide the future of hundreds of thousands of acres of land idled under the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP).

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Plant Garlic in the Fall for Summer Harvest

LAS CRUCES -- Garlic should be planted in the fall for the best summer harvest, said George Dickerson, horticultural specialist with New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Basic Shotgun Shooting Video for Sale

LAS CRUCES -- Learning to shoot a shotgun is the topic of an instructional video entitled "Basic Shotgun Shooting -- A Better Way", produced by the New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service.

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Greenhouses Can Be Profitable

LAS CRUCES -- Greenhouse vegetables can mean big profits to growers who take the time to learn the complexities of indoor vegetable production, said a New Mexico State University horticulture specialist.

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