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Yard & Garden
NM Master Composter Program
Urban/Small Farm Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
A website dedicated to providing information on managing pests in the urban and small farm environments of New Mexico.
Video, instructions, materials lists
Chicken Tractor (Mobile Chicken Coop) - watch video
School Gardening Resource
Bernalillo County Extension Master Composter Program
Provides basic composting classes for the general public and trains volunteers to teach these classes.
Center for Landscape Water Conservation
A collection of NMSU's Extension and research resources to help you learn how to use your resources to create the ideal garden or landscape environment perfectly suited to your lifestyle.
Southwest Yard & Garden Columns
Weekly column, written by Curtis W. Smith, Extension horticulture specialist, that addresses garden and landscape questions.
Melon Patch Columns
Low Water-Use Landscape Plants for the Southwest
Chile Pepper Institute
Research based information for growers, processors and anyone wanting to learn about chile peppers.
Plant Diagnostic Clinic
Services include analysis of plant material for plant pathogens and environmental stresses as well as suggesting appropriate control measures when available.
Soil, Water, and Agricultural Testing
New Mexico Master Gardeners
Master Gardeners assist their local Cooperative Extension Service office in providing accurate, research-based gardening information to county residents.
Home & Garden
Home & Garden on iTunes
See also iTunes.nmsu.edu
Related Extension Publications
Recent Cooperative Extension publications are now available in ebook format.
Desert Blooms website
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