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Where Have All the Insects Gone? The Recent Decline of Pests in Wheat: Research on Tap

Over the past 25 years, three factors have interacted and resulted in a decline of insect pests in wheat: climate change; new strategies in wheat breeding; and the conservation of beneficial insects.…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4809 (08/28/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:16 Straw Wattle Host Casey Hentges shows us how we can use a straw wattle, tubes of rice straw manufactured for use in the control and prevention of erosion,…

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Identifying Fall ArmyWorms in Your Lawn

Eric Rebek, Professor of Entomology and Plant Pathology at OSU, gives us insight about all the little worms we're seeing eat up our turfgrass this time of year. These little guys are Spodoptera…

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Murder Hornet or Cicada Killer?

Cicada Killers in Oklahoma are being mistaken for Asian Giant Hornets, commonly referred to as Murder Hornets. OStateTV's Malley Jones interviewed, Dr. Wyatt Hoback, a professor in Oklahoma…

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2020 Distinguished Alumni: Dr. Ken Pinkston

2020 Distinguished Alumni and Champions awards recognize those individuals who have made significant contributions to the mission of the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at…

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Armyworms (10/03/20)

Tom Royer says fall armyworms are already on the move and wheat producers need to scout fields every day.

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OSU Agriculture: Insect Fears and Phobias

Wyatt Hoback, an Entomology professor at the Ferguson College of Agriculture, gives a hands-on demonstration about the fears and phobias surrounding insects. He shows his students that while the…

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Noble Research Center: A 21st Century Building

The three part building with signature slanted glass windows changed the look of the Oklahoma State University campus. It also united the Department of Animal Science, Department of Entomology &…

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SUNUP: Homecoming in the Insect World

To celebrate Oklahoma State University’s Homecoming, we’re looking for orange and black insects with Wyatt Hoback.

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SUNUP: Armyworms: Wheat and Canola's Biggest Enemy?

Learn about the impact fall armyworms could have on Oklahoma's wheat and canola crops.

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SUNUP: What are those Worms in our Trees?

Jackie Lee, an OSU Extension entomologist, explains how webworms impact trees and pecans, as well as the treatment options available.

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SUNUP: Horses & Ticks

Justin Talley shows us how to identify and treat the ticks appearing this season on horses and cattle.

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SUNUP: Mosquito Prevention Tips

Justin Talley with mosquito prevention tips.

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SUNUP: Sugarcane Aphids in Sorghum

Extension entomologist Tom Royer has a warning concerning sugarcane aphids in sorghum.

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SUNUP: Army Cutworms

SUNUP looks at insect pressure in spring crops with OkState Extension Entomologist Tom Royer.

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SUNUP: Endangered Beetle

OkState Entomologist Wyatt Hoback talked about the unique characteristics of the American Burying Beetle, an endangered insect found in Oklahoma and only a few other states

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