Oklahoma Wheat: Disease Pressure Light but Keep Eyes Open

🕔Feb 21, 2018Foliar diseases such as leaf rust and stripe rust were scarce across Oklahoma last fall and into 2018 because of the drought. I have seen a few leaf rust pustules […]

Oklahoma Wheat: When Should I Remove Cattle from Pasture?

🕔Feb 16, 2018The wheat growing season up to this point has been extremely tough to say the least. The forage situation has been a kick-in-the-knees in addition to taking it on the […]

Dicamba: Texas Application Training Has Reciprocity in Oklahoma and New Mexico

🕔Feb 16, 2018The Texas Department of Agriculture approved auxin-specific herbicide training, developed by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Allied Industry, has been reciprocally approved by the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food […]

Oklahoma: Grape Pruning Workshop, Perkins, March 8

🕔Feb 15, 2018While they do not take up as many acres as wheat in Oklahoma, grapes continue to be a popular crop in the state. To help growers understand the importance of […]

Oklahoma: Soybeans Make Good Alternative to Wheat in Current Market

🕔Feb 12, 2018Wheat is underperforming as a cash crop in the minds of many Oklahoma producers, leading some to look at the feasibility of planting alternative summer crops as drought persists in […]

Oklahoma Irrigation Conference, Weatherford, March 8

🕔Jan 30, 2018Five Irrigation Association continuing education units and 4.5 Certified Crop Advisor continuing education units are being offered to certified professionals attending the March 8 Oklahoma Irrigation Conference in Weatherford. “Certified […]

North Central Oklahoma Summer Crops Conference, Enid, Feb. 13

🕔Jan 26, 2018Agricultural producers in the north central Oklahoma region can pick up the latest research-based recommendations about a number of viable crop options by attending the Feb. 13 Oklahoma Cooperative Extension […]

Oklahoma: Grape Management Course, Perkins, March 1

🕔Jan 25, 2018Although Oklahoma’s farmland features more wheat than grapes, the small fruit continues to gain ground as a popular agricultural crop across the state. Oklahoma State University is once again offering […]

Oklahoma Cotton, Soybeans: Dicamba – New Training Required for Applicators

🕔Jan 25, 2018Applicators planning to use specific dicamba herbicides labelled for the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop SystemTM for soybeans and cotton must complete U.S. Department of Agriculture-approved dicamba training before spraying these […]

Oklahoma Wheat: It’s Dry, and It’s Time to Topdress

🕔Jan 23, 2018Normally the alarm for beginning wheat N topdressing gets sounded right away in early January. However, it might be understatement to say this year has been dry so far – […]

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