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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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Grafting Peaches at Greenleaf Nursery

Greenleaf Nursery brand and marketing manager, Mark Andrews, explains the steps of bud grafting and the four-year process it takes to grow quality peach trees. Airdate (07/09/22) #4902 …

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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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Extracting a Strawberry's DNA

Shelley Mitchell, Associate Extension Specialist for Oklahoma State University, takes a look at what makes a strawberry a strawberry-its DNA. Airdate (06/18/22) #4851 Questions? To find out more…

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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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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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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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A look at a French Style Potager Garden

We visit with Dee Nash who shows us her home potager garden. Potager is a French styled kitchen garden that it is centered on vegetables, fruits, and herbs rather than flowers like the English…

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Spring Pruning Espalier Trees

Spring is here and Host Casey Hentges takes another look at our espalier trees to see what kind of pruning needs to take place to ensure that design of horizontal cordons Airdate (05/29/21) #4748…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4748 (05/29/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:19 June Horticulture Tips Host Casey Hentges tells us a few tips to be aware of for the upcoming month of June and the warmer weather ahead. You can find…

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Looking for and Taking Care of Rust in Trees

Jennifer Olson, Assistant Extension Specialist and Plant Disease Diagnostician, talks us through the different types of Rust that can be found on your trees and best ways to handle it. …

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Espalier Fruit Trees is Easy!

Espalier is a fruit tree or ornamental shrub whose branches are trained to grow flat against a wall, supported on a lattice or a framework of stakes and Host Casey Hentges gives us some help on what…

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