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Native Milkweeds for Pollinators

Ray Moranz, the representative for Oklahoma within the Xerces Society, talks of the importance of saving and helping the insects found in the natural environment.Xerces Society is a non-profit…

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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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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4712 (09/19/20)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:30 Haygrazer Cover Crops 5:50 OMRI Landscaping Paper In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges is in the OSU Cimarron Valley Research Station…

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Local Bees in Oklahoma

OSU Integrative Biology student, Teri Cocke, gives us the buzz on some local bees here in Oklahoma. Airdate (09/19/20) Questions? To find out more information about show topics as well as…

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Raising Bees at Scissortail Park

Tyler Boyd, Horticulturist and Beekeeper for Scissortail Park in Oklahoma City, tells us how they are raising bees for honey and education. Airdate (08/22/20) #4708 Questions? To find out more…

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OSU Department of Theatre Presents "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee"

The Oklahoma State University Department of Theatre presents "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee". This is the final production of the Theatre's Main Stage Season. You can…

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