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Oklahoma Gardening #4814 (10/02/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:16 October Hort Tips Host Casey Hentges is ready for fall and gives us some advice so that we can start preparing for our fall gardens too. We transition from…

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Algae Control in Ponds and Water Gardens

Mike Miller from Pond Pro in Shawnee, explains to us how not all algae is bad in the pond and tells us what to look out for in our water gardens. Airdate (06/26/21) #4752 Questions? To find out…

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Tree Preservation at Oklahoma's State Capitol

Mark Bays, Urban and Community Forestry Coordinator of Oklahoma Dept. of Ag, Food, and Forestry, stands outside the newly renovated visitor center of the Oklahoma State Capitol and shares with us the…

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Horticulture Gardening Tips for the Month of May

Host Casey Hentges runs us through some general horticulture tips to be aware of in the month of May. Make sure to check out the OSU Fact Sheet website for more great information!…

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Reasons Why Your Water Garden Might be Leaking

Mike Miller from Pond Pro Shop in Shawnee, OK, gives us a list of possibilities of why your water garden might be leaking. Be sure to watch out for evaporation, plant growth and problems with…

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Safely Assessing Damage done to Trees

Oklahoma Service Forester, Riley Coy, with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food, and Forestry, gives us tips and advice on how to safely assess the damage done to your trees. Go to…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4716 (10/17/20)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:25 Chrysanthemum In this episode, Host Casey Hentges has a vast collection of mums that can add beauty to empty spots in your fall garden landscape. 5:25…

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Finding String Algae in your Water Gardens?

Mike Miller from Pond Pro Shops in Shawnee, OK, has tips for dealing with the string algae in our water gardens. Airdate (10/03/20) #4714 Questions? To find out more information about show…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4708 (08/22/20)

Segment 1 (1:30) In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening we travel to Scissortail Park in Oklahoma City to see how they are creating an urban forest. Sam Grimmett, an Arborist for Scissortail Park,…

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Gardening is Year Round! Plant Your Fall Garden Now.

Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges reminds us that gardening is year round and is getting the fall vegetable garden ready by removing plants in the summer that are no longer producing and…

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Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4647 (05/23/20)

In this episode of the Best of Oklahoma Gardening, we look back on some helpful segments about lawn care. Segment 1 1:40 Host Casey Hentges is joined by Extension Turfgrass Specialist, Justin…

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Putting Bags on Grapes!

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! OSU Plant Disease Diagnostician, Jennifer Olson, shows us a trick we can use to help our grapes look their best by using fruit bags. This helps by reducing the…

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How to take care of Black Rot and Leaf Spots

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! OSU Plant Disease Diagnostician, Jennifer Olson, keeps our grapes healthy by looking at the foliage for a fungi called Black Rot. These leaf spots happen because of…

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Reviving Your Houseplants

In this segment of Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges does some spring cleaning and revives our houseplants and potted 'Sansevieria' Snake Plant tropicals. Check out this helpful…

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Remove those Cankers!

OSU Plant Disease Diagnostician, Jen Olson, removes cankers from a cherry tree. Cankers are a plant disease caused by various species of fungi and bacteria and can cause more problems in the future…

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Thinning off Peaches

OSU Extension Pecan and Grape Specialist, Becky Carroll, is in the orchard to thin the fruit off our peach trees to ensure of big juicy peaches in the future. For more information about proper care…

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