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New Mexico Cooperative Extension Publications


Trellis end post assembly designs for vineyards.

Soil sampling with respect to salinity in New Mexico vineyards.

Grape Powdery Mildew.

Prunning Grapes to The Four-Arm Kniffin System, Proper pruning is key to good production. Learn the purpose of pruning and the importance of a good training system tailored to the particular variety. A publication put out by Extension Plant Sciences at New Mexico State University, explains the particulars of using this training system. - Printable version

Growing Grapes in New Mexico A publication from the NMSU cooperative extension Servicediscusses the cultivars best suited for New Mexico as well as planting, training, and pruning. Other important information on preperation of soils, fertilizers, disease, grape insects, and weed control can be found in this publication. - Printable version

Grape Cultivars for North-Central New Mexico Cultivars (varieties) are best selected based on climate conditions are described in this publication put out by the NMSU College of Agriculture and Home Economics Cooperative Extension Service. - Printable version

Vineyard Propagation From Cuttings Vine growers can use thier own cuttings to expand their vineyards. This publication describes how to select the approriate vines to take cuttings from, as well as when and how you should do it. Information about storing cuttings and planting them later on down the road can also be found in this publication put out by the NMSU College of Agriculture and Home Economics Cooperative Extension Service. - Printable version