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Poor access to nutritious foods, departure from traditional diets, and reduced physical activity are associated with a rise in type 2 diabetes and certain types of cancers among the Navajo. DiabetesExpand
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Diabetes on the Navajo nation: what role can gardening and agriculture extension play to reduce it?
Diabetes has emerged as a serious health problem in the Navajo nation, the largest Indigenous tribe in the US. Persons with diabetes are at greater risk for developing other diseases such asExpand
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Seed Yield and Water Productivity of Irrigated Winter Canola (Brassica napus L.) under Semiarid Climate and High Elevation
Canola is a cash crop produced for its highly-valued seed, and as a protein source for animal feed. While winter canola is produced mainly in the high plains, it is expanding to new environments, andExpand
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Total Quercetin Content in Onion: Survey of Cultivars Grown at Various Locations
Because of potential benefi ts on human health, the content of quercetin, the major fl avonol found in onion (Allium cepa), could become a selection trait in breeding programs. Total fl avonolExpand
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Wine Grape Cultivar Performance in the Four Corners Region of New Mexico in 2010–12
Commercial wine grape (Vitis sp.) production in northwestern New Mexico and the greater Four Corners region is now supported by four wineries. The challenges of growing grape vines in northwesternExpand
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Seasonal Occurrence of Potato Psyllid (Bactericera Cockerelli) and Risk of Zebra Chip Pathogen (Candidatus Liberibacter Solanacearum) in Northwestern New Mexico
Potato psyllid (Bactericera cockerelli) is one of the most important pests in potatoes (Solanum tuberosum L.) due to its feeding behavior and the transmission of a bacterium (Candidatus LiberibacterExpand
Southwest Plant Selector: A Mobile App for Homeowners
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To fill a critical need for more information on desert-adapted low wateruse landscape plants, we created Southwest Plant Selector, a mobile plant selector application (app) of landscape plants from the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer (NMOSE). Expand
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