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Health officials are warning rural communities to be just as cautious as more densely populated areas in their response to the spread of COVID-19. A lower rate of person-to-person transmission might delay infection, but it’s still highly likely anyway, said Megan Monteith, Oklahoma State University Extension area specialist in health disparities.
Safely handle foods following trip to the grocery store.
Blue-green algae can produce toxins such as anatoxin and microcystins that can cause illness in people and animals.
Sharma served as a postdoctoral research associate at OSU from 2017 to 2020, and as a graduate research assistant from 2011 to 2013. He also earned his master's degree in soil science from OSU.
Parents struggling with the question of how to prepare children for the COVID-19 threat probably already have plenty of experience to tap into, Oklahoma State University professor Laura Hubbs-Tait said: Tornado season.
Now is the tie of year to prune roses in the landscape.
Land management strategies help landowners recover after a wildfire.
OSU Extension has worked with the State Office of Emergency Management to set up a hotline to match supplies with local producers. The telephone number is 1-866-552-4662.
The zone concept can help reduce the amount of flammable materials around a home or other structure.
Homes and other structures must be assessed for damage following a wildfire.
Bulls that do not pass a breeding soundness exam need to be replaced before the start of breeding.
Removing smoke odor from a home following a wildfire can be a tedious process.
While many sectors of the agricultural industry are prevalent throughout Oklahoma, the state often is recognized by being a leading producer of wheat. With this in mind, staff at Oklahoma State University’s Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center work to promote the commodity by celebrating Bake and Take Month during March.
Oklahoma State University is celebrating 100 years of meat science during the annual Animal Sciences Weekend in early April. The weekend will kick off with a scholarship banquet April 3 at the Wes Watkins Center for International Trade Development.
Students ages 13 to 18 who are interested in careers in entomology can learn more by attending the free open house at OSU slated April 11.
While a number of producers take advantage of more advanced technologies that make irrigation scheduling easier, flood irrigation still accounts for about 43% of total irrigation water applications in the United States,
Research conducted through OSU’s statewide Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station system shows body condition at the time of calving is the most important factor affecting rebreeding performance in beef cow herds.
Oklahoma State University’s Department of Agricultural Economics will be under new leadership beginning May 1, someone who’s already familiar to faculty and students: Cheryl DeVuyst.
The CREATE BRIDGES initiative will hold public forums in Drumright and Pawnee to discuss economic development in the region.
Federally required training meetings have been scheduled for agricultural producers intending to use dicamba herbicides for the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop SystemTM for soybeans and cotton.
Online app will help agricultural producers choose between two financial safety net programs.
A free workshop will provide homeowners with information regarding soil health and the benefits of composting.
Outbreak of coronavirus causes concern in agricultural markets.
The Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Program now is accepting applications for Class XX. OALP The program is designed to enhance leadership and agricultural knowledge to those involved in the agriculture industry.