Invasive Plants and weeds compete with native plants and crops for resources. They also can harbor pests that can transmit diseases. New Mexico Agricultural Experiment Station researchers are investigating how to manage crops or natural systems to control weeds.
|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).|
|Weed Control in Crop and Non-Crop Areas in Northwestern New Mexico||Richard Arnold||Federal (Hatch) and State Appropriations|
|Integrated Weed Management in New Mexico Cropping Systems||Jamshid Ashigh||Federal (Hatch) and State Appropriations|
|A Hierarchical, Geospatial Approach to Mitigate Shrub Invasion in the Southwestern United States||Brandon Bestelmeyer||USDA Competitive Grant|
|Weed Management as Part of Integrated Pest Management for New Mexico Crops||Jill Schroeder||Federal (Hatch) and State Appropriations|