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Explore hops and grapes production at July 19 field day

The Growing Hops & Grapes in Oklahoma Field Day on July 19 will cover a variety of hops topics, such as cultivar selection and trellis construction.
Katie Stenmark speaking in front of a hops trellis at a field day
Don’t skip the bug spray: Alpha-gal cases are climbing

Mon, Oct 30, 2023

The Centers for Disease Control reports high rates of alpha-gal syndrome in northeast Oklahoma.

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Pesticide disposal events set for Walters, Buffalo and Dewey

Tue, Sep 26, 2023

The OSU Pesticide Safety Education Program is hosting three unwanted pesticide disposal days in the Oklahoma communities of Walters, Buffalo and Dewey.

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OSU Ag fall field days begin in August

Thu, Aug 17, 2023

The Oklahoma State University McCaull Research and Demonstration Farm will host the Panhandle Crops & Forages Field Day on Aug. 31 in Eva. The event kicks off the fall field day events with topics like sorghum varieties, nitrogen management, soil moisture monitoring and managing spider mites in corn.

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OSU Insect Adventure teaches importance of bugs

Tue, Jul 25, 2023

Recently, Dr. Andrine Shufran, associate Extension specialist in the Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, and her cooler full of critters visited the Bethany Children’s Health Center in Bethany, Oklahoma.

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OSU Ag Research collaborates with African researchers to combat ticks

Thu, May 18, 2023

An Oklahoma State University researcher recently traveled to Namibia, located in southwest Africa, to establish a relationship with the University of Namibia in hopes of combating one of the world’s most problematic parasites.

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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.

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