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Thinning Fruit for Better Quality Produce

Becky Carroll, OSU Extension fruit and pecan specialist, tells us why leaving only a few select fruit on our trees can produce better quality fruit. How to Use Your Fruit Bags by Clemson…

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Oklahoma Gardening- May 21, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Simple Science: Parts of a Flower Host Casey Hentges dissects a lily and explains what it takes to be a complete and a perfect flower. Squash Female vs Male…

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Identifying Pecan Tree Flowers

Becky Carroll shows how pecan trees are monoecious but that they are also dichogamous where the male and female flowers will bloom at different times. Airdate (05/21/22) #4847 Questions? To find…

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Female Flowers vs Male Flowers on Squash Plants

Jim Shrefler helps us to identify the difference between a female squash flower and a male squash flower. Airdate (05/21/22) #4847 Questions? To find out more information about show topics as…

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Simple Science: Parts of a Flower

Host Casey Hentges dissects a lily and explains what it takes to be a complete and a perfect flower. Airdate (05/21/22) #4847 Questions? To find out more information about show topics as well as…

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Simple Science: Monoecious vs Dioecious Plants

Casey takes it one step further and demonstrates how certain plants might only grow one type of flower, a female or a male flower. Airdate (05/21/22) #4847 Questions? To find out more information…

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Growing Watermelon in Oklahoma

Southeast area horticulture specialist Jim Shrefler gives us the key elements to growing a tasty watermelon. Airdate (04/30/22) #4844 Questions? To find out more information about show topics…

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Reading Soil Temperature for Your Gardening Needs

Wes Lee with the Oklahoma Mesonet explains how to read soil temperature and soil moisture on the Oklahoma Mesonet website and discusses the importance of knowing how this information affects our…

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Oklahoma Gardening- April 30, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Tulip Species Host Casey Hentges shows us a variety of species tulips we planted last fall to evaluate their performance and how well they'll return next…

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How and Why should we Graft our Vegetables??

Small Farm Horticulture Extension Specialist Bizhen Hu tells us the importance of grafting and why this technique is used in gardening. She also demonstrates how to incorporate grafting at home.

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Spring Lawn Mower Maintenance

John Long, Extension Ag Engineer at OSU, gives us a rundown on how to inspect your push mowers to get them up and running for spring.

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Oklahoma Gardening April 2, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Thinning out Carrots Host Casey Hentges has a lot of carrots sprouting up in her container and needs to thin them out to ensure that she gets a better harvest later…

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Preparing Home Irrigation for Spring

As we head into spring we want to be aware of bringing our irrigation system back online. A lot of the times we shut down our water over the winter but before it becomes a necessity in the summer, we…

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Spring Cleaning Annuals and Perennials in the Garden

This is the time of year where new growth is showing up in the garden and it's a great time to clean out the dead debris if you haven't already done so. Before you start cutting everything…

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Oklahoma Gardening March 26, 2022

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:25 Introducing the Greenhouses at TBG Host Casey Hentges gives us a tour inside the greenhouses at The Botanic Garden at OSU. We have a lot of great Oklahoma…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4819 (11/06/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:11 November Hort Tips Host Casey Hentges shares a few horticulture tips to keep in mind as we wrap up this year's gardening season. 7:14 Goats and…

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