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Naturally Speaking - Quail Habitats

(Jan. 7, 2023) Dwayne Elmore, OSU Extension wildlife specialist, has tips on creating great quail habitats. For Extension fact sheets & more visit https://extension.okstate.edu SUNUP is a…

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Pecans on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening December 17, 2022

Welcome to the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4925! Identifying Pecan Flowers Becky Carroll shows how pecan trees are monoecious but that they are also dichogamous where the male and female flowers…

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Chilocco Indian School A Generational Story

Julie Pearson-Little Thunder, author of Chilocco Indian School A Generational Story, talks about the Native boarding school and the creation of the graphic novel. Chilocco Indian School A…

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Turfgrass Care & Maintenance

OSU Extension specialist, Dennis Martin, explains how turfgrasses such as bermudagrass and buffalograss handle summer drought dormancy and green up when rains resume. He also takes a look at carex…

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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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Pecan Orchards : Native vs. Improved Varieties

Chad Selman points out the differences between the care and maintenance of native pecan groves versus the improved pecan orchards that he currently maintains. Airdate (07/16/22) #4903 Questions? …

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Oklahoma Gardening July 16, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Verbena Host Casey Hentges shows off two varieties of the verbena plant. These drought tolerant purple flowers will add a sense of height dimension to the garden,…

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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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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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Tom and Edna Carson Family Garden Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

The north entrance to the Edmon Low Library boasts a new, beautiful native garden with nature inspired landscape design and a calming water feature thanks to the generosity of the Tom and Edna Carson…

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Flat, Cool & Acid-Free: A Look At History Through Angie Debo's Christmas Letters

Debo's work and personal items. Within this collection is Debo's Christmas letters that span a good part of the twentieth century. Upon analyzing her perceptions about the current events…

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Native North American Heucheras or Coral Bells

Host Casey Hentges checks off a few boxes with just one plant, the Heuchera or commonly known as Coral Bells. They are native to North America, hardy from zones 4 - 9, an early bloomer, great foliage…

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OSU Native American Student Association Graduation Program

Broadcast from the Student Union Theater on Sunday, April 18, 2021...

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Looking at Stocking Rate (10/17/20)

Laura Goodman explains what producers should look for in their pastures when calculating stocking rates for cattle. For more information visit…

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Ornamental Grass Series: Natives

The Great Plains is a huge expanse of land that stretches from across North America and into Canada, and the state of Oklahoma is a part of those beautiful Plains! We continue our series on…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4705 (08/01/20)

Segment 1 (1:20) In this episode of 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…

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