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Downy Mildew Hits Area Alfalfa

LAS CRUCES - Alfalfa growers can best rid their fields of downy mildew by harvesting early, said a New Mexico State University plant pathologist.

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Gail Muncrief Joins San Juan County Extension

LAS CRUCES - Gail Muncrief is the new home economist/4-H agent in San Juan County for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Celebrate Arbor Month, Plant a Tree

LAS CRUCES - New Mexicans who plant trees for Arbor month need to be careful in choosing and planting their selections, said a New Mexico State University forest entomologist.

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NMSU Researchers Cultivate Weeds

LAS CRUCES - Meticulous New Mexico homeowners squat and pull weeds for hours. While they dream of winning the "best lawn in the neighborhood" award, some researchers at New Mexico State University actually spend their summers growing weeds.

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NMSU Hires James Strickland as Nutritional Toxicologist

LAS CRUCES - James Strickland began work March 1 as an assistant professor of nutritional toxicology at New Mexico State University's College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences .

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NMSU Hosts Land-Grant Forums

LAS CRUCES - A series of three forums on the future of land-grant colleges of agriculture will be held on April 3 and in the East Ballroom of Corbett Center on the New Mexico State University campus.

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National, State Family Groups Take Aim at TV Violence

LAS CRUCES -- A national campaign designed to end television violence is urging parents to unplug their TV sets on April 5. The National Association for Family and Community Education and its New Mexico affiliate have begun a campaign called "Let Our Violence End" (LOVE) to prevent children from seeing too much, said Mary Ellen McKay, home economics department head for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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National, State Family Groups Take Aim at TV Violence

LAS CRUCES -- A national campaign designed to end television violence is urging parents to unplug their TV sets on April 5. The National Association for Family and Community Education and its New Mexico affiliate have begun a campaign called "Let Our Violence End" (LOVE) to prevent children from seeing too much, said Mary Ellen McKay, home economics department head for New Mexico State University's Cooperative Extension Service.

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Mesilla Valley Christian Grad wins NMSU outstanding Agriculture Student Award

LAS CRUCES - Jenee Green, a 1991 graduate and co--valedictorian of Mesilla Valley Christian School, received the Outstanding Student in Agriculture Award from the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University in an April 21 ceremony.

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NMSU Scientist Studies Mercury Problem in N.M. Reservoirs

LAS CRUCES - Elevated levels of mercury make some fish like wall-eye and bass caught in New Mexico's reservoirs dangerous to eat, according to the New Mexico Fish Consumption Advisory. New Mexico State University fish biologist is trying to find out where the toxic metal is coming from and how it's affecting the ecosystem.

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