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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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Oklahoma Gardening- May 21, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Simple Science: Parts of a Flower Host Casey Hentges dissects a lily and explains what it takes to be a complete and a perfect flower. Squash Female vs Male…

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Oklahoma Gardening- May 14, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Harlequin Insect Host Casey Hentges evaluates a pesky harlequin beetle that is damaging the brassica plants in the garden. DIY Hose Holder Oklahoma…

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Oklahoma Gardening- May 7, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Tulsa Garden Club's 71st Garden Tour Join us today as we head to Tulsa for the 71st annual Tulsa Garden Club garden tour. Cindy Davis, the tour's co-chair,…

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Oklahoma Gardening- April 30, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Tulip Species Host Casey Hentges shows us a variety of species tulips we planted last fall to evaluate their performance and how well they'll return next…

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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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Oklahoma Gardening April 16, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Potager Garden at TBG Host Casey Hentges is planting thyme in between our pavers and establishing a potager garden in the new Backyard demonstration garden. …

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Oklahoma Gardening April 9, 2022

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening!1:21 Hardening Off TransplantsHost Casey Hentges is transitioning our greenhouse plants into the garden by hardening them off. Hardening off is the process of…

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Oklahoma Gardening April 2, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Thinning out Carrots Host Casey Hentges has a lot of carrots sprouting up in her container and needs to thin them out to ensure that she gets a better harvest later…

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Oklahoma Gardening March 26, 2022

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:25 Introducing the Greenhouses at TBG Host Casey Hentges gives us a tour inside the greenhouses at The Botanic Garden at OSU. We have a lot of great Oklahoma…

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Oklahoma Gardening March 19, 2022

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:43 Coral Japanese MapleHost Casey Hentges introduces us to a vibrantly colored tree that provides color to the landscape even in the middle of winter, the Coral…

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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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A Closer Look at Freeze Damage on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4831

0:00 Welcome to the Best of Oklahoma Gardening! 1:10 Freeze Damage on Plants We discuss an epic freeze that happened here in Oklahoma and talk about how the cold damage affects shrubs, woody, and…

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Touring Home Gardens on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4830

0:00 Welcome to the Best of Oklahoma Gardening! 1:22 Andrea Ballard First we travel to southwest Oklahoma where we meet with Andrea Ballard, a homeowner who shows us her incredible cool season…

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Vegetables and All-America Selections on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4829

0:00 Welcome to the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4829! 1:23 An Easy Way to Plant Blueberries Host Casey Hentges shows us an easy way of incorporating blueberries into our gardens. 6:12 What is…

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Flowers and All American Selections on the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4828

0:00 Welcome to the Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4828! 1:23 Eucalyptus as an Annual Host Casey Hentges explains how even though eucalyptus is a tropical plant, it can thrive in the Oklahoma…

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