Search for tag: "vegetable"

Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4809 (08/28/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:16 Straw Wattle Host Casey Hentges shows us how we can use a straw wattle, tubes of rice straw manufactured for use in the control and prevention of erosion,…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Growing lots of Produce in a Small Space Pallet Garden

Casey wanted to give us an update about the many variety of plants we have growing in our little 4x4 pallet garden we constructed a few years ago. You can grow a lot of produce even in a small space!…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

A look at a French Style Potager Garden

We visit with Dee Nash who shows us her home potager garden. Potager is a French styled kitchen garden that it is centered on vegetables, fruits, and herbs rather than flowers like the English…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4752 (06/26/21)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening!! 1:17 Campanula Flower Host Casey Hentges introduces us to a flower that does well in the shade garden, the Campanula punctata, Bellflower and comes in a few…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Sautéed Summer Squash in Garlic Butter

Food Nutritionalist, Barbara Brown, sautés us some of the last summer squash in garlic butter. You can find this recipe on our website!…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Home Garden Tour with Lynda Carrier

Lynda Carrier, the new Garden Manager for The Botanic Garden at OSU, takes us on a tour of her home garden. Airdate (10/03/20) #4714 Questions? To find out more information about show topics…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Cucumber Trellising

In the vegetable garden at the West Watkins Research & Extension Center, Cecil Mackey, shows us a simple way to get the stoop out of cucumber picking by trellising. Airdate (10/03/20) #4714…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4714 (10/03/20)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:25 Solarization Update Host Casey Hentges gives us a quick update on some of the solarization plots in eradicating bermudagrass that we have at the Cimarron…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4712 (09/19/20)

0:00 Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! 1:30 Haygrazer Cover Crops 5:50 OMRI Landscaping Paper In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges is in the OSU Cimarron Valley Research Station…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Fighting Squash Bugs with Row Covers

OSU Area Horticulturist, Jim Shrefler, gives an update on the squash row cover trial to fight against squash bugs in the West Watkins Research and Extension Center in Lane, Oklahoma. Airdate…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Gardening is Year Round! Plant Your Fall Garden Now.

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 are no longer producing and…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

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…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Eggplants are Berries?! Check out this Japanese White Eggplant

Host Casey Hentges takes us back to a more traditional looking eggplant, the 'Japanese White Egg' Solanum melongena, Eggplant. The eggplant is botanically considered a berry, just like…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Oklahoma Gardening Episode #4704 (07/25/20)

Segment 1 (1:15) In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges has a showy shrub called the Vitex 'Blue Puffball' Chaste Tree. Don't let the name fool you, it is a shrub! …

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Cooking with Barb: Slow Cooker Beef and Cabbage

OSU Nutritionist, Barbara Brown has a slow cooker full of beef and cabbage. You can find this recipe and more on our website: http://oklahomagardening.okstate.edu/ Airdate (07-11-20) #4702…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0  

Tomato Variety in Lycopene

Lynda Carrier, OSU Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, has some great performing tomatoes for the home garden that are also potentially healthier because of their high lycopene content. These…

From  Elizabeth Brock 0