OSU receives $2.6 million grant to study regenerative agriculture
Oklahoma State University has received more than $2.6 million to research ways to improve agricultural production while reducing environmental impacts. OSU researchers will work closely with Texas A&M AgriLife Research at Texas A&M University and other universities in the region on a five-year project funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture.
A collaborative effort by OSU Cooperative Extension and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, the annual conference focuses on providing relevant management information applicable to the Red River region that can help enhance the potential profitability of farm and ranch enterprises.
Tour stop discussions will focus on cotton cropping systems and varieties, peanut disease control, weed control and irrigation. Participants will get a firsthand look at the new peanut variety Contender.