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Oklahoma weather disrupted soybean production

The more quickly developing double-crop varieties were less affected by the September weather than the slower developing full-season varieties.
Photo of soybeans being harvested.
No surprises with 2021 Oklahoma cotton harvest

Thu, Nov 11, 2021

Summertime weather conditions that started dry but got a much-needed boost from abundant July rainfall helped southwestern Oklahoma’s cotton crop recover nicely in time for fall harvest.

Department of Plant and Soil SciencesOSU Ag ResearchOSU ExtensionFood Land and Natural ResourcesNews TopicsOutreach and EngagementcottonOSU AgricultureCrops
Haggard wins USDA Early Career Excellence in Teaching award

Wed, Nov 10, 2021

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities recognized Oklahoma State Ferguson College of Agriculture professor Beatrix Haggard with the 2021 National USDA Early Career Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Agricultural Sciences and Natural ResourcesAwards and RankingsDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesOSU AgricultureFerguson College of Agriculture
OSU and K-State agricultural roots run deep together

Fri, Sep 24, 2021

The Sept. 25 football game between the Oklahoma State University Cowboys and Kansas State University Wildcats is a competition that has a long and historic tradition, but a cooperative partnership between the two universities has been providing benefits throughout the region for just as many years.

wheatDepartment of Agricultural EconomicsOSU AgricultureOutreach and EngagementLivestockDepartment of Plant and Soil SciencesOSU Ag ResearchNews TopicsOSU Extension

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