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Fall Garden Planting

Casey explains the benefits of planting vegetables in the fall and plants some transplants and seeds in the backyard demonstration garden at the OSU Botanic Garden. Questions? To find out more…

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Oklahoma Gardening October 1, 2022

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Creating a Bouquet at Petal Pusher Farms Jeri Irby, owner of Petal Pusher Farms, creates an eye-catching bouquet with fresh cut flowers. Creating Art with Pressed…

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A Closer Look into Garden Gimmicks

Host Casey Hentges gives us a closer look at a couple of gardening kits you might find flooding the market shelves this time of year. We start with a Bob Ross Chia Pet and some Mason Jar kits to see…

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Preventing Wheat Smut & Bunt (8/8/20)

Bob Hunger has advice for wheat producers that had issues with smut and bunt following last year's crop. For more information visit http://entoweb.okstate.edu/ddd/diseases/bunts-smuts.pdf …

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Oklahoma Gardening #4650 (06/13/20)

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Segment 1 1:20 Today Host Casey Hentges looks at a beautiful hot-pink, drought tolerant Rose Campion, Lychnis coronaria. A hardy perennial from zones 4-8, it looks…

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Oklahoma Gardening #4650 (06/13/20)

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Segment 1 1:20 Today Host Casey Hentges looks at a beautiful hot-pink, drought tolerant Rose Campion, Lychnis coronaria. A hardy perennial from zones 4-8, it looks…

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Tips to Keep Seeds Viable

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! OSU Extension Food and Vegetable Crop Specialist, Lynn Brandenberger, has tips on saving and testing the viability your left-over seeds. Try to buy seeds earlier in…

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Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4650 (06/13/20)

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! Segment 1 1:20 Today Host Casey Hentges looks at a beautiful hot-pink, drought tolerant Rose Campion, Lychnis coronaria. A hardy perennial from zones 4-8, it looks…

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Bread, Beer & the Seeds of Change

We interview this year's speaker in the plant and soil sciences department. Tom Sinclair is an agricultural researcher and professor at North Carolina State University, who wrote the book Bread,…

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SUNUP Full Show (8/24/13)

This week on SUNUP: Plant Variety Protection, Wheat Seeds, Pasture Weeds, Cow-Calf Corner, Market Monitor, Mesonet Weather, Naturally Speaking and Shop Stop.

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