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Oklahoma Wheat: Balancing Yield and Protein Content

Oklahoma Wheat: Balancing Yield and Protein Content Updated

👤By Leilana McKindra, Oklahoma State University 🕔Oct 16, 2017

With Oklahoma wheat producers heading into another growing season, the bottom line will be top of mind, as always, and for many, that means focusing squarely on yield, yield, yield. However, doing what it takes to boost the bushels also

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Oklahoma: Winter Crops Herbicide Symptomology Clinic, Stillwater, Nov. 3

Oklahoma: Winter Crops Herbicide Symptomology Clinic, Stillwater, Nov. 3

👤By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University Ag Communications Services 🕔Oct 13, 2017

Agricultural producers looking to be get a firsthand look at key visual symptoms of common herbicides on winter wheat and canola should plan now to attend the Nov. 3 Oklahoma State University Winter Crops Herbicide Symptomology Clinic in Stillwater. There

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Crop Progress: Corn, Soybean Harvest Slip Further Behind – DTN

Crop Progress: Corn, Soybean Harvest Slip Further Behind – DTN

👤By DTN Staff 🕔Oct 13, 2017

Corn and soybean harvest continued to slip further behind the average pace during the week ended Oct. 8, according to USDA’s latest Crop Progress report issued Tuesday. The report was delayed from its normal Monday release due to the Columbus

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Oklahoma Corn: Concerns of Mycotoxin Contamination on the Rise

Oklahoma Corn: Concerns of Mycotoxin Contamination on the Rise

👤By John Damicone, Oklahoma State University Extension Plant Pathologist 🕔Oct 10, 2017

As corn harvest progresses in Oklahoma, concerns about mycotoxin contamination of corn is increasing. Corn in the high plains is irrigated and rarely has aflatoxin problems unlike areas of the state where dryland corn is produced. However, beginning in west

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Oklahoma Wheat: Fall Armyworms Are Present, Look Closely When Scouting Your Fields

Oklahoma Wheat: Fall Armyworms Are Present, Look Closely When Scouting Your Fields

👤By Tom Royer, Oklahoma State University Extension Entomologist 🕔Oct 9, 2017

Lanie Hale, from Wheeler Brothers sent a picture of “window paned” wheat from a field that he had scouted. He counted 3 fall armyworms per row foot from his visual count (which is treatment threshold) but when he looked closely

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Cleveland on Cotton: Market Factors – Weather + U.S. Crop Estimate, Oct. 12

Cleveland on Cotton: Market Factors – Weather + U.S. Crop Estimate, Oct. 12

👤By O.A. Cleveland, Consulting Economist, Cotton Experts 🕔Oct 6, 2017

Cotton prices were momentarily excited this week as initial projections had tropical storm Nate headed for the heart of the big Georgia crop as well as the central/southern portion the Alabama crop. Once that changed the market fell back to

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Oklahoma: Crop Insurance Workshop, Enid, Nov. 3

Oklahoma: Crop Insurance Workshop, Enid, Nov. 3

👤By Donald Stotts, Oklahoma State University Ag Communications Services 🕔Oct 6, 2017

Think of the 2017 Crop Insurance Workshop scheduled for Nov. 3 in Enid as essentially one-stop shopping for agricultural producers, lenders and educators; crop insurance agents and marketing consultants. Trent Milacek, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension area agricultural economist, said

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Oklahoma Soybeans: Dealing with Sudden Death Syndrome, Bacterial Pustule

Oklahoma Soybeans: Dealing with Sudden Death Syndrome, Bacterial Pustule

👤By John Damicone, Oklahoma State University Extension Plant Pathologist 🕔Oct 3, 2017

As the soybean season winds down there are were a couple of noteworthy diseases observed that are worth reviewing and looking out for in the future. Sudden Death Syndrome This is the third year in a row that sudden death

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Oklahoma: Grape Growers Workshop Scheduled in Stillwater, October 9

Oklahoma: Grape Growers Workshop Scheduled in Stillwater, October 9

👤By Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 🕔Sep 27, 2017

While Oklahoma’s agricultural roots may be steeped in cattle and wheat production, grape production continues to gain ground. In an effort to provide Oklahoma grape growers with information geared toward successful grape production, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension is offering

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USDA Weekly Crop Progress Summary, September 26 – DTN

USDA Weekly Crop Progress Summary, September 26 – DTN

👤By Anthony Greder, DTN Managing Editor, and Russ Quinn, DTN Staff Reporter 🕔Sep 26, 2017

Corn and soybean harvest and winter wheat planting all lagged the five-year average pace during the week ended Sept. 24, according to USDA’s latest Crop Progress and Condition report issued Monday. USDA estimated that 51% of corn was mature as

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