- Campus Safety
Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources - Archive
All is not lost for 4-H’ers who were planning exhibits and prepping show animals for the fair season.
Birds do not sweat so water management is a practical and very important way to help chickens combat heat stress.
Newer bermudagrass hybrid lawns have different needs than older varieties.
Oklahoma officials at every level need to know what people think about perceived economic recovery challenges rather than relying on assumptions.
Thus far in 2020, the viral disease has been reported in Texas, Kansas, Nebraska, Arizona and now Oklahoma.
The garden is home to walking trails and OSU horticultural research, as well as the luscious garden that serves as the set for the popular television program Oklahoma Gardening.
Lawnmowers and string trimmers can cause damage to tree trunks.
Pecan growers can access the latest research-based information via the Pecan Topics Zoom Program.
The Masonic Charity Foundation has gifted the Oklahoma 4-H Foundation with $100,000 for STEM programming. Funds also will be used for State 4-H Roundup.
Blister beetles contain cantharidin, a toxic chemical that can impede breathing and elevate heart rate - and can be fatal.
Soybeans and grain sorghum are the most common double-crops planted, though sesame, sunflowers and forage crops are popular with some producers.
The premium for uniform, multiple-head lots is attributed to the convenience of filling orders for cattle of a specified description on the part of an order buyer.
The importance of sunscreen and proper application.
The Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food & Agricultural Products Centered honored two graduate students with the Stanley E. Gilliland Memorial Fellowship in Food Science, providing $1,000 toward each recipient’s education efforts.
This multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional effort focuses on societal problems associated with water availability, land use and infrastructure in Oklahoma.
Scams continue to rise during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The disease, which has a nearly 100% fatality rate in domestic and wild rabbits, is not transmitted from rabbits to humans.
Producers should contact their OSU Extension county agricultural educator to discuss options that best fit their specific operations and available resources.
Wilson was one of the first female field ecologists in the Great Plains region.
The recent Oklahoma State University Robert M. Kerr Food and Agricultural Products Center’s advisory board meeting looked a little different than past meetings. The greetings of handshakes and delicious refreshments during arrival were replaced with virtual handwaves and pictures of colorful iced donuts.
Animals that are in constant contact with humans such as a family milk cow, show animals, horses and pets should be vaccinated.
4-H club members from across the state and beyond are developing kitchen skills and bringing the family back to the table for meals.
Tips to keep cool during hot summer months.
Culling open heifers immediately after checks for pregnancy serves several economically valuable purposes.