Farm Day to highlight Chile, Cotton and more at NMSU Fabian Garcia Science Center – El Paso Herald Post

The Fabian Garcia Science Center of New Mexico State University (NMS) hosts its annual field day, September 22, with field presentations on visits to cotton, chili peppers, vineyards and gardens by Jose Fernandez.

Field Day begins September 7 at 7:30 a.m. at the Science Center, 113 University Avenue in Las Crisis. Field visits are offered from 8 to 11 p.m., and lunch is served from 11 a.m. to noon.

Among the topics presented are cotton cultivation; Halofetes, brake water and human health; Guava as an alternative crop; Chilean breeding; Improving vineyard cover crops, various experiments and wine quality; And Chili Pepper 101.

“We are thrilled that people have come to Fabian Garcia to see the great research being done here,” said Dave Lori, director of the Fabian Garcia Science Center. We see Fabian García as a “living laboratory” for our students, and many classes are held in this science center. It is located near the main campus and students can get real field experience in just a few minutes.

Laurie: Although Fabian Garcia is from NMS. Although it is one of the few science centers, there are no shortcomings in experiments, or there are no gaps in the research that the center can handle.

“The science center uses about half of the farm for“ traditional ”farming, which means large-scale field experiments on farming and often dripping irrigation,” Louri said. “Half of it is in the form of experiments in greenhouses, microwaves and even algae ponds. There is really no way to summarize the extensive research negotiations that are taking place in Fabian Garcia. We look forward to welcoming our stakeholders so that everyone can practice for themselves.

The academic and research departments participating in this year’s field day include plant and environmental science. Extension Plant Science; Fish, wildlife and conservation ecosystem; Hotel, restaurant and tourism management; Agriculture and Extension Education, and Agricultural Economics and Agricultural Trade.

Along with the Jose Fernandez Garden at NMSU Heritage Farm, the Fabian Garcia Science Center, the Chilean Pepper Institute and Alphafa Breeding and Genetics, Vitamin, Cotton, Gardening, Phytology, Micro Sera, Grass Management and Onion Research.

A mask is recommended for participants who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine. If you are a person with a disability who needs help or services to participate, contact Autumn Martinez at 575-636-3132 or purple@nmsu.edu.

Click here for more information about the Fabian Garcia Science Center.

Author Adriana M. Chavez – NMS

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