News and Events
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NMSU researchers find natural immune stimulator for chile plants. More on Natural Stimulator Research.
Upgrades of NMSU nematode lab to help local growers. Article on the Nematode Lab Upgrades.
EPPWS entomology students share their experience while exploring Belize! Check out their Tropical Insect Ecology - Belize Blog.
Plant Pathology professor Jennifer Randall finds disease-causing bacteria stunting pistachio trees. More on Dr. Randall Finding Bacteria.
New NMSU Arthropod Museum curator will lead outreach activities and expand the collection. Article on Jennifer Shaughney.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Leslie Beck as our new extension weed specialist. Article on Dr. Beck.
NMSU professor teaches the good, bad, and ugly about mushrooms. Two-Faced Fungi: The Good and Bad.
EPPWS graduate student, Melise Taylor, places first at this year's annual SSE meeting. Melise Taylor Celebrates Her Win.
Creepy-crawly horror movie night and more exciting activities in store for EPPWS. New Curriculum Prepared for EPPWS Dept.
Urban Entomology assistant professor, Dr. Romero, discusses the fascinating world of bed bugs Bed Bug Research, one-of-a-kind at NMSU - Youtube video.
Insect Expo captivates hundreds of children during visit to NMSU School Kids Learn About Bugs at NMSU - Youtube video.
"Earth as Art" is now on display in the teaching wing of Skeen Hall. Landsat Series of Satellites.
Dr. Jill Schroeder explains the relationship between yellow nutsedge, purple nutsedge and nematodes, and how this pest complex can adversely affect the production of chile and cotton. NMSU Researchers Dig into Weed & Worm Conspiracy.
Congrats to our first place winners at the first annually held WeedOlympics! NMSU Team is Regional Winner at 2011 WeedOlympics.