Chile Peppers

Pepper Popularity Puts Heat on MeasurementThe Wall Street JournalMarch 19-20, 2016
Where the Ghost Pepper Stores Its heatThe AtlanticMarch 11, 2016
What Makes Super-Hot Chile Peppers 'Hotter Than Hell'?ForbesFebruary 29, 2016
Canning Green Chile Guide E-308NMSU Cooperative Extension ServiceNovember 1, 2015
New Mexico Chile Spurs a Burning Love AffairLas Cruces Sun-NewsAugust 11, 2014
Growing Chiles in New Mexico Guide H-230NMSU Cooperative Extension ServiceMay 1, 2014
Pepper Time!The New PioneerSpring 2014
NMSU experts expect little impact this year from chile-damaging virusNMSU News CenterMarch 25, 2014
Fact or FictionScientific AmericanFebruary 19, 2014
Spicy HolidayLas Cruces Sun-NewsNovember 17, 2013
Fire EatersThe New YorkerNovember 4, 2013
In Search Of the World's Spiciest PepperMAXIM.COM October 28, 2013
The time is ripe for New Mexican green chileThe Los Angeles TimesSeptember 25, 2013
New Mexico Chile: America's best regional food?10Best.comJuly 1, 2013
The Gut-Wrenching Science Behind the World’s Hottest PeppersSmithsonianJune 1, 2013
The Arms Race to Grow World's Hottest Pepper Goes NuclearMarch 26, 2013
Growing PainMarch 14, 2013
NMSU researchers sequence chile genome, hope to unlock genetic secretsSeedQuestFebruary 5, 2013
What If You Eat an Entire Trinidad Moruga Scorpion Chili Pepper?LiveScienceSeptember 4, 2012
Bring on The Summer Heat With Ornamental PeppersUpstate Gardeners' JournalJuly - August 2012
NMSU students develop research skills at Southwest medicinal plants summer workshopJuly 9, 2012
NMSU grad student wins NSF grant to help map genetic structure of chileNMSU News CenterMay 21, 2012
New Mexico's Famous PeppersPersimmon HillSpring 2012
Chile Lover Luxuriates at BanquetLas Cruces Sun-NewsMarch 4, 2012
Red, Green Or Imported?Albuquerque JournalFebruary 28, 2012
World's Hottest Chili Pepper IdentifiedFebruary 17, 2012
World’s Hottest Chili Pepper IdentifiedTIMEFebruary 16, 2012
Hottest pepper on the planet — Trinidad Moruga ScorpionWestern FarmPressFebruary 14, 2012
NMSU's Chile Pepper Institute names the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion hottest pepper on earthNMSU News CenterFebruary 13, 2012
Lakeside Grower Satisfies a Burning DesireThe San Diego Union-TribuneDecember 22, 2011
Chile survival: NMSU researchers examine chile varieties for salt toleranceNMSU News ServiceOctober 31, 2011
Battle to Save Chile-Pepper Crop Heats Up at New Mexico StateThe Chronicle of Higher EducationSeptember 25, 2011
NMSU industrial engineering seeks to expand wood-plastic composites – with chile plantMay 16, 2011
New Mexico Takes Its Chile Very Seriously. Even the Spelling.The New York TimesFebruary 26, 2011
Eating the Naga Viper, the World's Hottest PepperThe Daily MealDecember 7, 2010
New Mexico green chiles headed to Bay AreaSan Francisco ChronicleAugust 22, 2010
New Mexico chile industry looks to thrive againSouthwest Farm PressMay 6, 2010
Home Grown Chile Needs YouSouthwest RestaurateurJanuary - April 2010
Fiery FruitThe Columbus DispatchMarch 21, 2010
Tough Competition for Oleoresin BusinessLas Cruces BulletinOctober 16, 2009
Little Red RistraLas Cruces Sun-NewsSeptember 5, 2009
Farmers Work to Preserve Native ChileLas Cruces Sun-NewsMay 10, 2009
Global WarmingThe EconomistDecember 20, 2008
Mix it Up With a Summertime FavoriteLas Cruces Sun-NewsJune 22, 2008
New Chiles Better Than OldLubbock Avalanche-JournalNovember 30, 2008
Red, Green or GMO?Santa Fe ReporterOctober 15, 2008
At the Hatch Chile FestivalLas Cruces BulletinSeptember 7, 2007
Chile TimeSouthern LivingSeptember 1, 2007
Chiles are Just FunJuly 10, 2007
The Great New Mexico Chile WarSan Antonio CurrentJune 5, 2007
Hot HeadNew Mexico JourneySeptember/October 2006
Chile Conference Focuses on Improved Marketing MethodsJanuary 17, 2006
NMSU Developing New Chiles as DecorationsAssociated PressJuly 11, 2005
NMSU Continues History of Influential Chile BreedingThe Round UpNovember 11, 2004
Chile Peppers: Heating Up Hispanic Foods FoodTechnologyJanuary 1, 2003
Chile Industry Seeks Better ProductionLas Cruces Sun-NewsFebruary 11, 2002
Peppers Prepare To Take On PoinsettiasNMSU News-CenterDecember 14, 2001
Molecular biologist finds better way to engineer peppers for desired traitsThe GrowerSeptember 1, 2000
Chile Packs the Power to HealNew Mexico MagazineFebruary - March 1996
Chileheads convene at New Mexico StateNew Mexico MagazineFebruary/March 1996
Enchanting Dishes From the Land of ChileNew Mexico MagazineFebruary/March 1996
Chile Crop an Agricultural Bright Spot During Drought
Chile is Their MuseLas Cruces Sun-News
Chile May Help Prevent Cancer
Eat More ChileHealthy U
Education Heavy Agenda Scheduled for Chile ConferenceLas Cruces Sun-News
For the Love of Chile
No. 1520: Garfield Plus an Actual Pepper
Genetics Key to Chiles SurvivalLas Cruces Sun-News
Gauging Chile HeatCook's IllustratedJanuary 2010
LCSN: The Hatch Chile Store to open processing center, storefront in Las CrucesNMSU College of BusinessAugust 18, 2014
Health Benefits of ChileLas Cruces Sun-News
Punch up holidays with healthy chilesLas Cruces Sun-NewsDecember 1, 2015
Hot New Pepper In Town
Hot Stuff
Hot, Hotter, HottestLas Cruces Sun-News
Hot TopicsLas Cruces Sun-News
Longest Pepper(1)??? (but I'm guessing Guinness Book of World Records)
Mega-Jalapeñ Ready for WorldMay 25, 2011
Movers and Shakers of 2012Las Cruces Sun-News
Coming soon to a field near you: NMSU’s newly released NuMex Sandia Select chile pepperNMSU News CenterJanuary 1, 2016
Plant's Fruit Extra FlavorfulLas Cruces Sun-News
Scientists build better, bolder chiles Denver Post
Spice of LifeLas Cruces Sun-News
How Chiles Conquered the World
Occupy Green/Red Chile
Profiles in Flavor
Researchers Are Hot on the Trail of a Better Pepper
Some Like It Hot, But Not This Hot
The Luke-Warm Chile PeppersThe Los Angeles Times
Tough Enough to Eat the Hottest ChileLas Cruces Sun-News
Yearn for the burn
Heat in The ValleyHealthy U
It's Chile Down There
NMSU's Chile Garden: Hot Beds Attract Growing Crowds
Red Plus Green Means Christmas
Chile survival: NMSU researchers examine chile varieties for salt tolerance
Science Tames Volcanic HabaneroAssociated Press
Specialist Stays Busy Answering Questions About Chile
Spice it up: Chile offers some surprising health benefitsLas Cruces Sun-News
Spicy PeppersInternational Innovation
Top 10 Hottest Chile Peppers (that the CPI has tested)

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