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Acorns are a big part of wildlife diet.
Freezing fresh herbs preserves the flavor better than drying.
Oklahoma State University has received a second year of funding worth nearly $1.5 million to further develop the national Enhancing Electronic Extension project for improving Extension’s capacity to serve the public with new programs and digital tools.
Each of the five new cultivars plays up certain strengths and traits, targeted to specific areas of the state.
Workshops will begin at the Oklahoma County Extension Office in Oklahoma City. Participants can attend all three events for a onetime fee of $25.
Oklahoma State University Extension experts are inviting the public to virtually tour the Southwest Research and Extension Center in Altus in a series of agriculture teleconferences later this month.
The Ranchers Thursday Lunchtime series of cattle industry teleconferences enters the vet’s office September and October, Oklahoma State University Extension officials said.
Mari Chinn will take the lead of Oklahoma State University's Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.
Green tomatoes can be ripened indoors after cold weather arrives.
Researchers have determined some broadband policies instituted by states have been successful in expanding needed access while others not only failed to help, they have been detrimental.
Excessive moisture is actually the most common cause of fire in hay bales and stacks.
Free seminar offered for environmental law enforcement.
The award recognizes excellence in the education of graduate and postdoctoral students to conduct research in reproductive physiology and endocrinology.
Pecan weevils cause two primary types of damage, depending on the stage of fruit development when the pests are active.
The COVID-19 pandemic brings added stress for families.
Students in Wyatt Hoback’s ENTO 2003 Insects and Society class appreciate a good sting in a fun learning environment.
Honorees embody the ideals and mission of the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources and have provided significant benefits to their career fields, their communities, the people of Oklahoma and OSU.
Appearance, functionality and animal safety are important factors for horse owners to consider as they change the trees and other plants in an equine’s environment.
Insect Adventure has long been providing benefits to youth educational programming.
Hailin Zhang, OSU Extension specialist and Regents Professor, has received the Southern Region Excellence in Extension Award.
The opportunity for Oklahomans to be counted in the U.S. Census is only weeks away.
A successful plan involves a written protocol, knowledgeable and skilled personnel and ways to minimize stress and promote healing.
Safety is key when home canning.
Producers should talk with local veterinarians about the plan and incorporate their suggestions.