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Lahoma - Developing wheat varieties 6/16/18
We look at potential wheat varieties with Brett Carver at last month’s Lahoma field day.
Keeping a combine clean with different varieties 6/16/18
We learn from Jeff Wright about the importance of a clean combine when harvesting certified seed.
Phenoxy herbicides and drift 6/16/18
Todd Baughman says phenoxy based herbicides can damage unintended plants, but you may be able to save them.
Haggard honored with Early Career Award for Excellence in Teaching
Dr. Haggard has been part of the CASNR faculty since 2015 and serves as an undergraduate and graduate student advisor, instructor for two courses, agronomy club co-advisor, and the OSU crops judging team coach.
Johnsongrass & toxicity 6/9/18
Alex Rocateli has advice for producers who would like to use Johnsongrass for hay.
Sorghum test plots - Lahoma field day 6/9/18
We visit with Josh Lofton about sorghum research he was conducting during the recent field day at Lahoma.
Awards and Recognition
Awards and Recognition
Adrienne Blakey recieves Niblack Scholarship
Oklahoma State University has named 14 students as 2018-19 Niblack Research Scholars, each receiving $8,000 scholarships and the opportunity to conduct research guided by faculty sponsors and graduate student mentors.
Wheat Update 6/2/18
David Marburger gives an overview of the growing season and the conditions leading to harvest.
Pasture management - The 1/3 weed threshold 5/26/18
Alex Rocateli explains how a pasture that is one-third weeds can lower forage production and what producers can do about it right now.
Looking at cotton this year 5/26/18
We meet the new Extension cotton specialist, Seth Byrd, and learn what producers in northern Oklahoma should keep in mind when planting cotton.
Lahoma Field Day - Talking wheat varieties 5/19/18
David Marburger takes us through the progress of some of the wheat varieties on the station.
Soil moisture 5/19/18
Jason Warren demonstrates how soil can store moisture for future crop use.
Planting bermudagrass 5/12/18
Which is better? To seed or to sprig bermudagrass in pastures? Alex Rocateli says there are benefits to both, but now is the optimal time.
Variety tours have started & so have wheat diseases 4/28/18
We come to you from Cotton County, the first stop of the wheat variety tour season. We get an update on wheat in Southwestern Oklahoma, as well as information on what producers should be scouting for in their fields.

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