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Multi-disciplinary project aims to predict stress in cattle

As part of a multi-disciplinary project, Oklahoma State University researchers are studying stress conditions in moderate-growth and high-growth cattle to identify differences between them when stressed.
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OSU wheat breeding program releases new variety

Thu, Mar 09, 2023

Oklahoma State University has a new hard red winter wheat variety called High Cotton on its way to the commercial market this fall.

Department of Plant and Soil SciencesOSU ExtensionResearchOSU Ag ResearchOSU AgricultureDepartment of Entomology and Plant Pathology#OrangeIsTheAnswerFood Land and Natural Resources
Super Bowl LVII to be played on Oklahoma State University turfgrass

Wed, Feb 08, 2023

State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, recently installed Tahoma 31 bermudagrass on its field. Scientists at Oklahoma State University developed the grass, which is known for its drought resistance and cold hardiness. Super Bowl LVII will be played at the stadium on Sunday.

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Researchers studying nitrogen for a better climate future

Wed, Nov 02, 2022

Oklahoma State University researchers will look at how nitrogen management affects nitrous oxide transmissions from sorghum and the impact of nitrogen management on plant physiology as part of the Climate-Smart Commodities Project.

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OSU scientist uncovering the mystery of microbes in plant immunity

Thu, Oct 13, 2022

Feng Feng, a molecular biologist with Oklahoma State University, is researching how microbes in the plant’s roots provide it with necessary nutrients while also hindering the plant’s immunity to infection.

OSU Ag Research#OrangeIsTheAnswerOSU AgricultureResearchFood Land and Natural ResourcesDepartment of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Patch burning a potential cost saver for supplemental feed

Thu, Sep 15, 2022

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.

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OSU researchers seek to make hops a new Oklahoma crop

Thu, Sep 08, 2022

Oklahoma State University is researching the potential of hops as an Oklahoma specialty crop to benefit the state’s economy by boosting the craft beer industry.

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Oklahoma water center aims to conserve water through cover crops

Thu, Aug 11, 2022

The Oklahoma Water Resources Center at Oklahoma State University is teaming up with Texas A&M University for a $1.7 million project to study the benefits of regenerative agriculture in Oklahoma and Texas.

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