PublicationsAgronomy

NMSU agronomy publications

Agronomy publications cover topics related to agronomy, including soil quality and analysis, seed selection, irrigation, fertilization, pesticide application, common diseases and pests, forage and grain crops, and other agronomic crops, such as onions, peanuts, and alfalfa.

The publications are available as PDF files. To use files in PDF format, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is free to download from the Adobe web site.



Cotton

A-217: Defoliants, Desiccants, and Growth Regulators Used on New Mexico Cotton

A-229: Phymatotrichum Root Rot

A-230: Fire Blight

A-231: Blossom-End Rot

A-238: Conchuela Stink Bug in New Mexico Cotton

A-239: Weed Management in Cotton

Circular 629: Precision Cotton Production

Forage Crops

A-311: Sainfoin Production in New Mexico

A-325: Managing Weeds in Alfalfa

A-326: Downy Mildew on Alfalfa

A-332: Sorghum Forage Production in New Mexico

A-333: User Manual of the Alfalfa Yield Predictor

A-334: Beet Armyworm in New Mexico Hay

A-335: Variegated Cutworm in New Mexico Hay

A-336: Managing Roundup Ready and Conventional or Organic Alfalfa Hay in Nearby Fields in New Mexico

A-337: Recommendations for Roundup Ready Alfalfa Weed Management and Stand Removal in New Mexico

A-338: Alfalfa Weevil Control Options in New Mexico

A-339: Alfalfa Integrated Pest Management: Aphids

A-340: Integrated Weed Management in Irrigated Permanent Grass Pastures and Hayfields in New Mexico

A-609: Relay Intercropping Brassicas into Chile and Sweet Corn

Circular 585: Species Selection and Establishment for Irrigated Pastures in New Mexico

Circular 586: Grazing Systems and Management for Irrigated Pastures in New Mexico

Circular 600: Managing Aceria malherbae gall mites for control of field bindweed

Circular 630: Small Grain Silages for New Mexico

Circular 633: Using a Computer Application to Predict Irrigated Alfalfa Yield

Circular 641: Hay Quality, Sampling, and Testing

Circular 642: Silage Microbial Inoculants: Use in Hot Weather Conditions

Circular 644: Assessing alfalfa stands after winter injury, freeze damage, or any time renovation is considered in New Mexico

Circular 646: Managing Alfalfa During Drought

Circular 654: Selecting Alfalfa Varieties for New Mexico

Circular 659: Whitefringed Beetle in New Mexico Alfalfa

Circular 665:Survey of Silage Crop Nutritive Value in New Mexico and West Texas

Circular 668: Reducing Harvest and Post-Harvest Losses of Alfalfa and Other Hay

General Agronomy

A-102: Measuring Irrigation Water With a Flow Meter

A-104: Estimating Water Flow From Pipes

A-114: Test Your Garden Soil
(Spanish verion)

A-123: Sampling for Plant Tissue Analysis

A-129: Nitrogen Fixation By Legumes

A-130: Inoculation of Legumes

A-131: Certified Seed

A-133: Fertilizer Cost Calculations

A-134: Selecting Synthetic Fertilizers in New Mexico

A-137: Soil Analysis: A Key to Soil Nutrient

A-144: User Manual of the Dairy Annual Nutrient Manager

A-145: Certified Noxious Weed Free Program

A-146: Appropriate Analyses for New Mexico Soils

A-147: Agronomic Principles to Help with Farming During Drought Periods

A-148: Understanding Soil Health for Production Agriculture in New Mexico

A-149: Soil Quality of CRP Lands in Eastern New Mexico

A-150: Principles of Cover Cropping for Arid and Semi-arid Farming Systems

A-151: Growing Plants in Caliche Soils

A-152: Reducing Tillage in Arid and Semi-arid Cropping Systems: An Overview

M-227: Understanding Horsepower and Water Horsepower Efficiency and Fuel Consumption Costs for Irrigation Pumps

Circular 650: Sulfur and New Mexico Agriculture

Circular 656: An Introduction to Soil Salinity and Sodium Issues in New Mexico

Circular 661: Soil Sampling With Respect to Salinity in New Mexico Vineyards

Circular 666: Organic Good Agricultural Practices for New Mexico

Circular 676: Interpreting Soil Tests: Unlock the Secrets of Your Soil

Circular 672: Understanding and Managing Soil Compaction in Agricultural Fields

Circular 682: GMO Crops in New Mexico Agriculture

Circular 687: Managing Organic Matter in Farm and Garden Soils

Grain Crops

A-415: Leaf, Stem and Stripe Rust Diseases of Wheat

A-416: Corn Plant Density Effects on Silage Quality

A-417: Millets for Forage and Grain in New Mexico and West Texas

Onions

Circular 538: Onion Diseases in New Mexico

Circular 563: Bulb Onion Culture and Management for Southern New Mexico

Peanuts

Circular 645: New Mexico Peanut Production

Pest Management

Extension Pesticide Applicator Training Series

A-338: Alfalfa Weevil Control Options in New Mexico

A-339: Alfalfa Integrated Pest Management: Aphids

A-615: Dodder (Cuscuta spp.) Biology and Management

A-616: Herbicide Resistance: Development and Management

A-617: Palmer Amaranth Biology and Management

H-158: How to Collect and Send Plant Specimens for Disease Diagnosis

Circular 536: Blister Beetles in Alfalfa

Circular 600: Managing Aceria malherbae gall mites for control of field bindweed

Circular 607: Guide to the Biological Control of Some Common Yard and Garden Pest Insects in New Mexico

Circular 659: Whitefringed Beetle in New Mexico Alfalfa

Circular 683: Pecan Weevil: Wanted DEAD, Not Alive

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