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Patch burning a potential cost saver for supplemental feed

Hannah Baker, an OSU graduate student in agricultural economics, is currently conducting research on the economic benefits of patch burning, which has the potential to save producers on supplemental feed costs.
Hannah Baker and Cooper Sherill looking at burned grass.
OSU scientists revolutionizing legume genetic research

Mon, Jul 18, 2022

Three scientists from the Oklahoma State University Institute for Agricultural Biosciences are helping solve the problem of world hunger by improving nitrogen fixation and drought resistance in plants.

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OSU virtual fencing research advancing with $1.4 million USDA grant

Thu, Jul 07, 2022

Oklahoma State University researchers are taking their research on virtual fencing technology to the next level this fall thanks to a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture-Natural Resources Conservation Service.

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OSU announces two new turfgrass varieties

Thu, May 19, 2022

Oklahoma State University is releasing two new turfgrass varieties, OKC1876 and OKC3920, for commercial use. The two turfgrasses, which take many years to develop, are crosses between common bermudagrass and African bermudagrass.

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OSU scientist discovers a wheat gene that increases grain yield

Thu, May 12, 2022

Liuling Yan, a wheat molecular geneticist at Oklahoma State University, has discovered and cloned the TaCol-B5 wheat gene, which increases wheat yield by more than 10%.

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OSU wheat varieties remain most popular for winter wheat crops

Mon, Apr 04, 2022

Oklahoma State University is home to the top eight hard red winter wheat varieties for 2022, selected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Statistics Service.

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OSU institute receives $1M grant to streamline plant disease testing

Mon, Mar 28, 2022

Scientists with the OSU Institute of Biosecurity and Microbial Forensics are heading a national project to create a library for research on plant pathogens to standardize plant disease diagnostic research.

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