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Researchers developing new technology to understand bird migrations

Oklahoma State University scientists will work to uncover the mysteries of bird migration by determining what environmental factors affect migrating bird species and how they are responding to major environmental changes.
Geese sitting on the water in an Oklahoma lake.
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.

Food Land and Natural ResourcesResearchDepartment of Agricultural Economics#OrangeIsTheAnswerOSU Ag ResearchOSU AgricultureOSU ExtensionDepartment of Natural Resource Ecology and Management
Keep an eye out for algae overgrowth in ponds this summer

Mon, Jul 25, 2022

Algae is a normal part of ponds, but too much algae can be a bad thing. Marley Beem, Oklahoma State University Extension aquaculture specialist, has tips on how to prevent algae overgrowth.

OSU AgricultureOSU ExtensionFood Land and Natural ResourcesDepartment of Natural Resource Ecology and Management
Use caution with poison hemlock, ivy and oak

Tue, Jun 21, 2022

Poison hemlock is one of the most toxic plants found in Oklahoma. Other plants of concern include poison ivy and poison oak.

Department of Horticulture and Landscape ArchitectureOSU AgricultureOSU ExtensionplantsDepartment of Natural Resource Ecology and Management

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