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Applying drought lessons 10 years later

Oklahoma producers learned some tough lessons after the 2011 drought, but the information is useful for today's dry conditions.
wheat in a drought
OSU researchers seek to make hops a new Oklahoma crop

Thu, Sep 08, 2022

Oklahoma State University is researching the potential of hops as an Oklahoma specialty crop to benefit the state’s economy by boosting the craft beer industry.

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Thomason returns to roots as new plant and soil sciences department head

Wed, Sep 07, 2022

Wade Thomason begins his first semester as head of the OSU Department of Plant and Soil Sciences.

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Reality Check program helps teens develop financial skills

Tue, Sep 06, 2022

Reality Check helps teens develop an understanding of the fiscal responsibility of adulthood.

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Extension and OSU-CHS partner to offer mental health care to farmers and ranchers

Wed, Aug 31, 2022

Heal the Harvester provides OSU Extension educators and other community leaders with the knowledge and skills to identify a mental health crisis and connect farmers and ranchers with medical assistance.

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OQBN VAC-45 cattle sale series begins in November

Mon, Aug 29, 2022

The Oklahoma Quality Beef Network VAC-45 program is hosting a series of certified cattle sales across the state through April 2023.

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Caddo peanut and cotton field day approaching in September

Thu, Aug 25, 2022

The Caddo Research Station Peanut and Cotton Field Day will take place on Sept. 15 with researchers sharing the latest research projects and discoveries for peanut and cotton crops. Cotton is Oklahoma’s fourth largest export behind oil, gas and wheat.

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