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Top 6 Reasons Why Your Tomatoes Look Bad

Casey then explains the top six reasons why your tomatoes may not be looking so great in the garden. For more information about the Common Diseases of Tomatoes visit the OSU Extension Website. …

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Simple Science: Abiotic vs Biotic Symptoms in Plants

Host Casey Hentges explains the difference between abiotic or biotic symptoms in plants. Biotic symptoms are caused by living organisms such as bacteria, fungus, virus or nematodes. Abiotic symptoms…

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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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All-America Selection: 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, and the All-America Selection winner,…

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Drought Tolerant Sand Verbena

Assistant professor of plant biology Eric LoPresti explains how drought tolerant sand verbenas are a great plant for the western Oklahoma climate. Then graduate student Sierra Jaeger explains her…

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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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Pressing Plants for Herbarium Study

Mark Fishbein, director of the OSU Herbarium, shows how to press a plant card for future herbarium study. Airdate (07/16/22) #4903 Questions? To find out more information about show topics as…

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Oklahoma Proven - GingkoTree

David Hillock shows off the Oklahoma Proven tree for 2022, the Gingko biloba or Maidenhair tree. This easy-to-grow dioecious tree is great for any Oklahoma landscape. Find more Oklahoma Proven…

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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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Drought Tolerant - Gray Santolina

Host Casey Hentges shows a beautiful drought tolerant plant perfect for the summer heat. Airdate (07/09/22) #4902 Questions? To find out more information about show topics as well as recipes,…

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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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Digitizing Herbariums for Future Historians

Mark Fishbein, the director of the OSU herbarium, explains the importance of digitizing their collection for future historians to access and how citizens can help. The public can access these…

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Teaching Butterfly Garden at Woodward Park

Andy Fusco, director of horticulture at the Tulsa Garden Center, shows us the beauty of the center's Teaching Butterfly Garden. Airdate (07/02/22) #4901 Questions? To find out more…

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How Pecan Nut Casebearer Effects Crops

Chad Selman explains how he manages the nuisance of the Pecan Nut Casebearer moth that can damage pecan crops. Airdate (07/02/22) #4901 Questions? To find out more information about show topics…

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Oklahoma Proven Heuchera's

David Hillock shows off the Oklahoma Proven perennial, Heuchera or Coral Bells. You can check out our other segment: Native North American Heucheras https://youtu.be/vKET9GL5XbY Airdate…

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What is an Herbarium?

Mark Fishbein, director of the OSU Herbarium, explains the behind-the-scenes operations of an herbarium and how it is important to horticulture. Airdate (07/02/22) #4901 Questions? To find out…

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