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Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, Sergio Abit's virtual learning efforts have provided benefits to students at OSU and five cooperating, two-year institutions across the state.
Oklahoma State University Extension has great, free resources for novice and seasoned gardeners.
Plan ahead for emergency situations.
Backyard poultry producers may find themselves able to offset increased prices for eggs as Oklahoma and the nation deal with COVID-19 concerns.
Social distancing mandates may have cancelled field days, but wheat growers can get a sneak peek of OSU's 2020 wheat tour virtually starting April 25 on the show.
Livestock may suffer panic and confusion following a wildfire.
The CARES Act loosens restrictions for early withdrawal on retirement accounts amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Fraudulent products are being advertised as treatments or a cure for COVID-19.
The greenery in spring bloom at Scissortail Park were chosen for central Oklahoma, OSU alumnus and horticulture director Lance Swearengen said. Extension played a key role. That’s not hyperbole, either; it’s a design point expected to save hundreds of thousands of dollars for taxpayers who backed the MAPS 3 project, the park’s director of horticulture said recently.
The shifting landscape mosaic promoted by patch burning more closely mimics Mother Nature, for which fire is vital for renewal.
The project will help agricultural land managers adopt practices that will increase food production and promote more sustainable rangelands.
The U.S. cattle industry lost an estimated $13.6 billion by early April this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and more economic damages to agriculture are likely, according to a study commissioned by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association released this week.
Older adults need to plan ahead during storm season.
April is Made in Oklahoma Month, and the Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center is encouraging Oklahomans to support local food companies, even during this time of national crisis.
Steve Beck is the new program leader for the Oklahoma 4-H Youth Development Program.
The CARES Act will provide financial relief to many, including those with students loans and those collecting unemployment benefits.
Soil temperatures and other weather conditions indicate most Oklahoma crop producers wanting to plant corn should do so now.
Loan companies may be offering forbearance on some loan payments, but it is vital to read the fine print of the agreement.
Proper use of a fire extinguisher is essential.
Include your pets in an emergency evacuation plan.
Tornado season during the COVID-19 pandemic may bring changes in sheltering.
Consumers should prepare for power outages just as they do for other emergency situations.
Recommendations from the National Firewise Communities helps landowners be proactive against wildfires.
Safe water, food and medications are important following a wildfire.