Agriculture & Horticulture

Upcoming Agricultural Events

Additional information can be found on our Facebook page: NMSU Ag Extension, San Juan County NM

July

July 19, 2018 Alfalfa Seeding and Variety Selection Workshop, McGee Park 9am-12:30pm, registration begins at 8:45 Register for the FREE event HERE

August

August 24-November San Juan County Master Gardener Training Course Download the training schedule 2018 Master Gardener Schedule Download the 2018 Application 2018 SJC Master Gardener Application

Drought Resources

Helpful Drought Resources for San Juan County

Drought Resources for Livestock Owners

Drought Management Assessment Tool for Livestock Owners

Defining Drought on NM Rangelands

San Juan County Drought

NMSU Ag Science Center at Farmington

Drought resistant landscapes:

NMSU "How to Water Your Lawn"

Simple Landscape Irrigation Audit

Landscape Water Conservation

Low Pressure Drip Irrigation Systems

Current SJ County Agriculture/Horticulture Programs

San Juan County Master Gardeners

The next San Juan County Master Gardener training course will be scheduled for Fall of 2018. The 12 week long course will be a comprehensive training opportunity for avid gardening volunteers in San Juan County, NM. If you are interested in the program and would like to shadow a veteran Master Gardener or attend a meeting, please contact Bonnie Hopkins at 334-9496 or bhopkins@nmsu.edu

Farmington Growers Market June 9 - October 27, 2018

The Farmington Growers Market is located at 3041 E. Main street, Farmington NM at the Farmington Museum.

The Vendor Training will be held on March 3, 2018 from 8:30-noon at McGee park

Saturday Markets 8am-noon June 9-October 27, 2018 Tuesday Markets 4-6pm July 10,-October 27, 2018

Visit Farmington Growers Market Website

Visit Farmington Growers Market Facebook page

The Aztec Farmers Market is located at Westside Plaza, 215 S. Main in Aztec, NM Wednesdays through July 11- October 2018 4:30-7pm

Visit Aztec Farmers market Facebook Page

Invasive Weeds

The spread of invasive non-native plant species is one of the greatest threats to the long-term environmental stability and health in the Four Corners region. More than 4500 invasive weed species sightings are documented, encompassing more than 10,000 acres of infestation. Russain Knapweed is the most prevalent species followed by Musk Thistle, Canada Thistle and Hoary Cress respectfully. For control measures, picture ID, fact sheets and maps see our website listed below.

For additional information regarding weeds in NM visit: NMSU Brush and Weed Information

Bonnie Hopkins
Agriculture Agent
San Juan County Extension

Phone: 505-334-9496
Email: bhopkins@nmsu.edu

Ag Notes Newsletter

  • Ag Notes Newsletter, Spring 2018
    The Ag Notes Newsletter is a quarterly joint newsletter between the San Juan County Cooperative Extension Service, the NMSU Farmington Ag Science Center and the San Juan Soil and Water Conservation District. Sign up below to receive a copy of the next newsletter.
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