New Mexico Department of Agriculture releases updated noxious weed list

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Kristie GarciaPublic Affairs Director, New Mexico Department of Agriculturekrgarcia@nmda.nmsu.edu575-339-5011 July 10, 2020 New Mexico Department of Agriculture releases updated noxious weed list Haga clic aquí para la versión en español. LAS CRUCES – The New Mexico Department of Agriculture (NMDA) released an updated state noxious weed list, replacing the 2016 list. Petitions … Continue reading New Mexico Department of Agriculture releases updated noxious weed list

El Departamento de Agricultura de Nuevo México publica una lista actualizada de malezas nocivas

PARA DIFUSIÓN INMEDIATA 10 de julio de 2020 El Departamento de Agricultura de Nuevo México publica una lista actualizada de malezas nocivas Click here for the English version of this article. LAS CRUCES – El Departamento de Agricultura de Nuevo México (NMDA) ha publicado una lista estatal actualizada de malezas nocivas, reemplazando la lista de … Continue reading El Departamento de Agricultura de Nuevo México publica una lista actualizada de malezas nocivas

Noxious Weed Information

Invasive plant species have been cited as the second-largest threat to endangered native plant species.  Most noxious plant species in New Mexico are found on rangelands and wild lands.  These invasions result in decreased forage availability for livestock and wildlife. The Noxious Weeds Management Act directs NMDA to develop a noxious weed list for the … Continue reading Noxious Weed Information

NMDA News Archive Page

New Mexico Department of Agriculture reminds public of pecan regulations (November 30, 2021) Chile Labor Incentive Program extended to Jan. 31 (November 17, 2021) Firewood consumers are encouraged to know the law (November 4, 2021) Nov. 15 pecan weevil exterior quarantine public hearing terminated (October 27, 2021) Four individuals receive 2021 Rounders Award (October 26, … Continue reading NMDA News Archive Page

Seed: General Information

The New Mexico Seed Law was enacted to serve as a basic “truth-in-labeling” law. It was designed to provide consumers with important information relating to product quality and identity. The New Mexico Seed Law regulates both agricultural and vegetable seeds sold in the state. “Agricultural” seeds are those of legumes, grasses, forages, cereals, and fiber … Continue reading Seed: General Information