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The Benefits of Native Pecans

OSU fruit and pecan extension specialist, Becky Carroll, explains the benefits and differences of native Oklahoma pecans. Contact the Oklahoma Pecan Growers Association for more information on native…

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Oklahoma Gardening July 09, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Gray Santolina Host Casey Hentges shows a beautiful drought tolerant plant perfect for the summer heat. The Benefits of Native Pecans OSU fruit and pecan…

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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 28, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Chicken Avian Influenza Dana Zook, an OSU Extension Livestock Specialist, explains the avian influenza virus and how to prevent its spread. Questions and more…

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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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Chilling Hours effecting Fruit Tree Budding

Becky Carroll is inspecting why our fruit trees might be blooming late this year due to the low amount of chilling hours we received. Airdate (04/23/22) #4843 Questions? To find out more…

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Oklahoma Gardening April 23, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Harvesting Asparagus Host Casey Hentges is in the garden determining which asparagus is ready to harvest. Weather Report Wes Lee is reporting on how the dry winter…

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Frost Pocket Affecting Fruit Trees

Becky Carroll, OSU Fruit and Pecan Extension Specialist, warns us about frost pockets we can find in our landscape and how these colder areas can affect the fruit production on our trees. Airdate…

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Oklahoma Gardening #4834 (02/19/22)

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Houseplant Soil Toppers Host Casey Hentges shows us the benefit of adding decorations to our houseplants. Not only can soil toppers help prevent splash-back, but…

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OKG: Growing Figs in Central Oklahoma

We travel to the fruit orchard at the Cimarron Valley Research Station in Perkins where we meet up with Becky Carroll, Extension Fruit and Pecan Specialist, who gives us some in-depth information…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4816 (10/16/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:17 Lantana Host Casey Hentges shows us a colorful flower that is full of blooms in the fall. The Luscious® CitronTM Lantana is perfect for butterflies and…

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The American Way to Four-Flap Graft Your Pecans

Becky Carroll, Fruit and Pecan Extension Specialist at OSU, shows us the ‘American’ way to graft your pecans. Make sure to grab your duct tape and rubber bands! You can find more…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4744 (05/01/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:10 May Horticulture Tips In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges runs us through some general horticulture tips to be aware of in the month…

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Knowing what to look for in Pruning Pecan Trees from Freeze Damage

Pruning Pecan Damage Becky Carroll, Fruit and Pecan Extension Specialist at OSU, shows us how they're pruning back their pecan trees in the orchard and gives some advice on how to regrow and…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4738 (03-20-21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:12 Freeze Damage We discuss an epic freeze that happened here in Oklahoma and talk about how the cold damage affects woody, shrubs, and non-native plants. Be…

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