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Updated chemical mixing order guidelines 12/15/18
Misha Manuchehri explains why mixing order plays a role in the effectiveness of pesticides.
The nitrogen cycle 12/15/18
Brian Arnall puts on his orange lab coat to explain the complete nitrogen cycle.
Nitrogen & wheat needs 12/1/18
Brian Arnall has an update on the Oklahoma wheat crop, advice for nitrogen applications and information on the upcoming Winter Crops School.
Summer and winter crops 11/24/18
Josh Lofton has an update on summer crop harvest and winter crop planting.
Soil layers & how water moves through them 11/3/18
We head to the soil pit for a quick lesson from Jason Warren on how water moves through the soil.
Approaches to immobile nutrient management 11/10/18
Brian Arnall explains different approaches to immobile nutrient management.
Wheat Update & upcoming webinar 11/3/18
Jeff Edwards has an update on the wheat crop and information about the upcoming Wheatinar.
Immobile nutrient sufficiency 101 10/27/18
Brian Arnall explains how immobile nutrient sufficiency relates to soil test sufficiency recommendations.
Nitrogen & Rain - Should you reapply? 10/20/18
Brian Arnall explains how nitrogen moves through wet soils and says it might be time for some producers to reapply.
Managing weeds in Fall 10/20/18
Misha Manuchehri explains why this time of year can be critical for weed control. She also has information about the upcoming Weed Symptomology Clinic.
Wheat Update with Josh Bushong 10/6/18
We get an update on the Oklahoma wheat crop from Josh Bushong.
Wheat approval process 9/22/18
Brett Carver gives us a glimpse into the approval process for new wheat varieties released by OSU scientists.
OSU releases four new wheat varieties 9/22/18
This week, we learn about the four new wheat varieties released by Oklahoma State University’s Wheat Improvement Team.
Starter applications for winter crops 9/22/18
Brian Arnall says try to plant your winter crops with a starter. If you can’t, there are still options.
Switching from wheat to cotton 9/8/18
We travel to Noble County to learn why a producer is growing cotton in a part of the state that hasn’t grown cotton in decades.

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