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Best of Oklahoma Gardening (Touring the OSU Botanic Gardens) #4826

0:00 Welcome to the Best of Oklahoma Gardening! 1:14 Virtual Tour of TBG with OKG We have a special episode for you this week! We often show glimpses of various areas around The Botanic Garden at…

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Look out for these 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 more detailed and helpful tips on the OSU Fact Sheet website:…

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How President Hargis brought Campus Beautification to OSU

We talk with President of Oklahoma State University, Burns Hargis, and his wife First Cowgirl, Ann Hargis, about the importance of sustainability, health, and wellness on campus. Airdate…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4742 (04/17/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:23 Campus Beautification ft. Steve Dobbs Today we have a special Oklahoma Gardening episode as we speak with a familiar face to Oklahoma Gardening viewers with…

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How to Check your Water Pressure at Home

Justin Moss, OSU Professor and Head of the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, tests and regulates the water pressure in our hydrants and watering systems. You can find more…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4718 (10/31/20)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:17 Propagating Perennials In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges is bringing in some tender perennials like Purple Sugarcane and Elephant…

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SUNUP: Irrigation Conference 2017

Irrigation Conference March 1, 2017, in Altus Oklahoma.

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SUNUP: Possible New Uses for Waste Water

Saleh Taghvaeian demonstrates irrigation research using water with high saline levels and shares information on the upcoming Irrigation Conference in Altus.

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SUNUP: Irrigation Flow

Scott Frazier demonstrates how researchers are measuring the flow of irrigation pivots in Western Oklahoma and the Panhandle. He also tells us about the Oklahoma Irrigation Conference.

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SUNUP: Oklahoma Irrigation

OkState Extension Water Resources Specialist Saleh Taghvaeian has an overview of irrigated agriculture in Oklahoma and a preview of OSU Water Week, which is March 23-27.

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SUNUP: Irrigation Study

Saleh Taghvaeian demonstrates an irrigation study currently underway and invites viewers to the 2014 Oklahoma Irrigation Conference August 19 in Fort Cobb.

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SUNUP: Full Show August 2, 2014

This Week's Segments: Cattle Grazing, Ag Apps, Sugarcane Aphids, Irrigation Study, Farm Bill Update, Market Monitor, Mesonet Weather, Cow-Calf Corner, and Shop Stop.

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SUNUP Full Show March 22, 2014

This week's segments: Farm Bill-Frank Lucas, Farm Bill-Jody Campiche, Moisture Sensors, Mesonet Weather, Livestock Marketing, Cow-Calf Corner, Market Monitor and Shop Stop.

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SUNUP: Soil Moisture Sensors

OkState Extension Irrigation Specialist Saleh Taghvaeian shows us the different types of soil moisture sensors (tensiometer, heat dissipation, resistance block and capacitance) available for…

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Drought and the SW Oklahoma Economy

We talk with Tom Buchanan, manager of the Altus-Lugert Irrigation District, about the impact of the drought on cotton production and the local economy.

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SUNUP: 2013 Cotton Harvest

We visit the Muller family farm near Martha in southwest Oklahoma and talk with Jackson County Extension Director Gary Strickland about the cotton harvest.

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