• October 23, 2021

Tags : Consumer and Environmental Sciences

NMSU Researcher Aims to Educate Public about Bed Bug Prevention

You may think the best way to deal with a bed bug problem is to only use insecticides. But many people often overlook the importance of using non-chemical methods and, more importantly, preventing the bugs in the first place. This is particularly critical in multi-unit housing buildings where bed bugs are very difficult to eliminate. […]Read More

NMSU College of ACES Evaluates Agricultural Science Center System

Public concern regarding New Mexico State University potentially closing two agricultural science centers has stimulated the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences to conduct a self-evaluation of the 12 centers around the state. “At this time we are not closing any centers; that would be the last recourse, but it is on the table,” […]Read More

Video+Story: NMSU Floral Students Design their Way into the Future

You never know when you’re going to need a centerpiece, houseplant, succulent or specialty floral arrangement. When you do, you may not need to look any further than the New Mexico State University Floriculture Program. Students in the floriculture program and on the intercollegiate floral team are constantly working on floral projects as part of […]Read More

Video+Story: NMSU Plans to Partner with Service Dog Organization

The New Mexico State University College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences is in the process of establishing a partnership with Paws and Stripes, a nonprofit organization in Albuquerque that provides service dogs to wounded military veterans. Gaylene Fasenko, associate professor in the NMSU Department of Animal and Range Sciences, first learned about Paws and […]Read More

NMSU Faculty Share Climate Change, Food Security Knowledge in Colombia

Two New Mexico State University faculty members in the College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences have recently returned from Colombia, where they shared their knowledge of climate change and the ramifications of climate change on food security. Mick O’Neill, a professor in the Plant and Environmental Sciences department, and David DuBois, New Mexico State […]Read More

NMSU to host Western Pecan Production Short Course in October

This fall, New Mexico State University’s College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences will host the 2016 Western Pecan Production Short Course. The short course, which will teach the public about pecan production, will be held Oct. 17-19 at the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum in Las Cruces. The registration fee is $350. […]Read More

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