Other Crops

New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station scientists conduct research on a wide variety of crops, from forage crops like sorghum to oilseed crops like canola. Eastern New Mexico produces excellent Valencia peanuts. New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station researchers are breeding peanuts for increased yield and disease resistance.

Title Principal Investigator Funding Source
Information on USDA-funded projects may be found by using the assisted search option on the USDA Current Research Information System (CRIS).
Multiple Approaches to Design Water Efficient Cropping Strategies for Eastern New Mexico under Limited Irrigation and Rainfed Conditions Sangu Angadi Federal (Hatch) and State Appropriations
Water Conservation in Forage Production Systems by Sorghum-Legume Intercropping in the Southern High Plains Sangu Angadi, Mark Marsalis, Robert Hagevoort et al. USDA-NIFA Competitive Grant
Development and Management of Canola in the Great Plains Region Robert Flynn USDA-NIFA
Developing Forage Management Strategies to Meet Changes in New Mexico Agriculture Leonard Lauriault Federal (Hatch) and State Appropriations
Improved Viticulture and Specialty Horticultural Crop Systems for the San Juan River Valley of Northwest New Mexico Kevin Lombard Federal (Hatch) and State Appropriations
Evaluating Genetic Variability and Enhancing the Breeding Potential of Valencia Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) for Cultivation in New Mexico Naveen Puppala Federal (Hatch) and State Appropriations

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