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New Mexico

General Resources

Crops

Onions

  • Onion Production and Marketing in New Mexico. Cooperative Extension Service.

  • New Mexico Onions. Joe Corgan and Marisa Wall.

  • Onion Cost and Return Estimates, 2008. Guide Z – 114. Jerry M. Hawkes and James D. Libbin. Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences.

  • Onion Diseases in New Mexico. Circular 538. Revised by Stephanie Walker, Natalie Goldberg, Christopher Cramer.

  • New Mexico Onion Varieties. Cooperative Extension Service, Circular 567. College of Agriculture and Home Economics. NMSU

Pecans

Chiles

  • Impact of Increasing Wages on New Mexico Chile Production. Agricultural Experiment Station. Research Report.

  • U. S. Imports and Exports of Chile Peppers and Pepper Products: Frequently Asked Questions. New Mexico Chile Task Force. Report 15. College of Agriculture and Home Economics Cooperative Extension Service Agricultural Experiment Station.

  • An Industry-University Response to Global Competition. New Mexico Chile Task Force. Report 1. College of Agriculture and Home Economics Cooperative Extension Service Agricultural Experiment Station.

  • International Trade in Chile Peppers: Data from the Global Trade Atlas. New Mexico Chile Task Force. Report 16. College of Agriculture and Home Economics. Cooperative Extension Service Agricultural Experiment Station.

  • Regional Branding in a Global Marketplace. New Mexico Chile Task Force. Report 21. College of Agriculture and Home Economics. Cooperative Extension Service Agricultural Experiment Station.

    Developing New Marketing Strategies for the Southwestern Chile Industry. New Mexico Chile Task Force. Report 11. College of Agriculture and Home Economics. Cooperative Extension Service.

  • Economic Impact of Southern New Mexico Vegetable Production and Processing. New Mexico Chile Task Force. Report 9. College of Agriculture and Home Economics. Cooperative Extension Service. Agricultural Experiment Station.

  • Mechanized Chile Harvesting Could Ensure Future of N.M. Crop. December 24, 2007. By Melanie Dabovich. Albuquerque Journal. Rural Experiment Station. College of Agriculture and Home Economics
    Geographical Distribution and Causal Agents of Chile Pepper Wilt in New Mexico. Bulletin‐789. Soum Sanogo1 and Jared Carpenter2. www.cahe.nmsu.edu.

  • Slow Food USA (chile)

  • Chile Peppers and Identity Construction in Pueblo, Colorado. Terrence W. Haverluk. Journal for the Study of Food and Society. Vol. 6, No. 1, Winter 2002.