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Bundles of Begonias

Host Casey Hentges has some begonias that are as beautiful as they are tough in the sun. Airdate (10/24/20) #4717 Questions? To find out more information about show topics as well as recipes,…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4717 (10/24/20)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:25 Begonias Host Casey Hentges has some begonias that are as beautiful as they are tough in the sun. 5:16 Popcorn and Candlestick Plants We look at some…

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The Benefits of Opening Forest Canopies (8/8/20)

Dwayne Elmore explains the benefits of an open canopy in forested areas. For Extension fact sheets & more visit https://extension.okstate.edu SUNUP is a production of the Division of…

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Best of Oklahoma Gardening #4648 (05/30/20)

In this episode of Best of Oklahoma Gardening, Segment 1 1:25 Host Casey Hentges is harvesting the blooming onions in our keyhole garden. Segment 2 5:30 We travel to hear Steve Upson talk…

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OKP Indian Pink

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! We have a beautiful native perennial, Indian Pink, Spigelia marilandica for almost any location. This 2018 Oklahoma Proven has a beautiful red trumpet flower with a…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4640 (04/04/20)

Segment 11:15 Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges is cleaning up the shade garden and dividing hosta's. Segment 28:30 We visit Don Blehm from last winter to see his unique…

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Spring Prune Your Dogwood Shrub to Maintain Color

In this segment of Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges shows us how to prune our dogwood shrubs to keep our shrubs looking as vibrant and colorful as possible. Airdate (04/04/20) #4640…

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Red Meat Arachnophobia

The connection between your favorite food and a tick bite is tied closer than you would expect.

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The Great War and Its Legacy: "A Great Humanitarian Adventure: The American Red Cross and U.S. Foreign Relations During the First World War Era."

Dr. Julia Irwin presents “A Great Humanitarian Adventure: The American Red Cross and U.S. Foreign Relations During the First World War Era.” Find other Great War and Its Legacy lectures…

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SUNUP: We're thick with ticks!

SUNUP talks ticks with Dr. Susan Little, of Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.

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SUNUP: Food Whys (12/17/16)

Salim Hiziroglu shows us different products that can be made from Eastern redcedar.

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OSU Ag-Econ Professor Puts Service To Community First

OSU Agricultural Economics Professor Larry Sanders makes it a priority to give back to the community (posted 7/23/15)

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Writing Out Loud: Red Dirt Rangers (Original air date 11/10/14)

An interview with Oklahoma’s own Red Dirt Rangers. Their latest CD is Lone Chimney.

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OSU Scientist Contributes to Algae Breakthrough

Oklahoma State University scientist Gerald Schoenknecht has coordinated the genome analysis of a species of red alga that exists, and even thrives, in extreme conditions.

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SUNUP Full Show 11/24/12)

This week on SUNUP: Pecan Harvest, Equine Therapy, Red Shirt Orange Friday, Market Monitor, Shop Stop, Livestock Marketing, Cow-Calf Corner and Mesonet Weather.

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Molding Trees into Plastics

The Eastern Red Cedar tree is known for being combustable during wildfires. Two OSU Professors are developing a method to make a composite product out of that tree for use in making plastics for…

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