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OSU Student Farm helps bridge the gap of food insecurity

The new OSU Student Farm provides experiential learning for students and helps address food insecurity in Payne County.
Four people sorting through a recent harvest of tomatoes.
Abnormal Education

Fri, May 27, 2022

OSU Extension specialist educates with calving simulator.

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Science Meets Society

Fri, May 27, 2022

Ferguson College of Agriculture master’s students learn to translate research.

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Irrigation Education

Fri, May 27, 2022

OSU faculty facilitate master irrigator program.

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Grafting A Better Tomato

Fri, May 27, 2022

OSU graduate students grow grafted tomatoes in aquaponic systems.

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How the green grass grows

Thu, May 19, 2022

Oklahoma may be known for its tallgrass prairies immortalized in classic Westerns, but for Oklahoma State University researchers, it’s the short grass that they want remembered. OKC1876 and OKC3920 — the two latest Bermudagrass varieties developed at OSU — are great examples of the extensive testing and experience needed to develop quality turfgrass.

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OSU Medicine, Oklahoma Department of Agriculture partner to study mental health of farmers and ranchers

Mon, Feb 14, 2022

The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry was awarded a $500,000 grant by the United States Department of Agriculture to study mental health conditions of farmers and ranchers in Oklahoma, as well as develop ways to assist rural Oklahomans struggling with their mental health. The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture has partnered with OSU Center for Health Sciences and OSU Extension to spearhead this initiative.

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