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Native pecan harvest field day is Oct. 13

Oklahoma State University is partnering with other groups to host the Native Pecan Harvest Field Day on Oct. 13 in Claremore.
Equipment shaking pecan tree for harvesting.
OSU researchers tackling problem of harmful algae blooms

Wed, Apr 27, 2022

Fresh water makes up just 3 percent of the world’s water supply. Only 0.5 percent of that is available for human use, according to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. In lakes, ponds and rivers across the state and beyond, Harmful Algal Blooms, or HABs, can pose a risk to animals and humans, shut down recreational bodies of water and steal nutrients from other plants.

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OSU researchers develop innovative method to battle invasive aquatic plants

Wed, Apr 27, 2022

As a modern-land grant university, research that makes a positive impact on the public is key to OSU’s mission. Through groundbreaking discoveries and new technologies, OSU is improving lives as researchers are constantly looking for the next innovation. One area of that highly impactful research includes ensuring Oklahoma’s water supply is safe and accessible.

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Design, Housing and Merchandising students study cotton in Altus, Oklahoma

Mon, Nov 22, 2021

Design, Housing and Merchandising students enjoyed an invaluable opportunity on a recent study tour to Altus, Oklahoma, to explore how cotton is produced and how the commodity can respond to a growing call for sustainability in the post-pandemic era.

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