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Cover Crop Garden: Winter Brassica Mix

April 16, 2024

One of the more common “newer” mixing ideas is to add a brassica or non-legume broadleaf to the cover crop mix, either in place or with legumes.

Cover Crop Garden: Winter Grass Mix

April 16, 2024

This mix would be considered a traditional Oklahoma cover crop mix, as the state and most growers are well versed and familiar with growing small grains. This mix can and, in most years, will provide a fairly rapid canopy development.

Cover Crop Garden: Winter Legume Mix

April 16, 2024

Mixing in winter legumes to a winter small grains mixture is prevalent in other parts of the county and world. The benefits of the small grains mixes are still present in these systems.

Keeping The Water Garden In Balance

April 14, 2024

Learn how to properly care for and maintain a springtime water garden.

Crop rotation benefits: Grain sorghum

April 12, 2024

Over the next couple of weeks, we will be looking through several crops grown in Oklahoma, discussing their benefits within a rotation and some management issues/considerations growers may be interested. This will by no means be an extensive list, but an introduction to the discussion.

OSU Ag Field Days, OKC Farm Show & Are Replacement Heifers Profitable?

April 11, 2024

This week on SUNUP find stories covering OSU Ag Field Days, OKC Farm Show & is replacement heifers are profitable.

2024 Oklahoma Pecan Growers Association Conference & Trade Show

April 9, 2024

The Annual Oklahoma Pecan Growers Association Conference & Trade Show brings together industry professionals and vendors from Oklahoma's pecan region for three full days, May 30 - June 1, 2024.

How will cooler temperatures influence soybean production across Oklahoma?

April 8, 2024

Questions have been arising about the impact some of the cooler temperatures experienced over the last couple of days and those to come will influence soybean still in the field across the state.

Be on the Lookout for Diseases in the Garden

April 7, 2024

April is the month for many diseases to appear, including powdery mildew, leaf spot and crown rot, which are forms of fungus.

Avian Influenza in Dairy Cattle, Wildfire Cost & Horses: Green Pastures

April 6, 2024

This week on SUNUP find stories covering avian influenza in dairy cattle, wildfire cost & horses: green pastures.

New OSU Extension role supports beginning farmers and ranchers

April 5, 2024

Josh Campbell will help beginning farmers and ranchers of all ages and backgrounds pursue agricultural entrepreneurship.

Eastside Fresh Market - 2024

April 3, 2024

The 2024 East Side Fresh Market serves as a food access hub for Northeast Oklahoma City and creates new market opportunities for NE OKC farmers and other Oklahoma City area food producers.

Pharmacologic Treatments for Obesity

April 1, 2024

A healthy, well-balanced diet coupled with physical activity has long been touted as the treatment for losing weight. However, in recent years, new drugs have been making headlines as being the key to treating America’s obesity epidemic.

Insect Pests Start to Become Active at This Time of Year

March 31, 2024

As the weather begins to warm, gardeners may start noticing some movement in the landscape, and it’s not plants sprouting from the soil. Many garden insect pests become active this time of year, so be on the lookout.

Bermudagrass, Cattle Vaccinations & Stillwater FFA

March 30, 2024

This week on SUNUP find stories covering bermudagrass, cattle vaccinations & Stillwater FFA.

New OSU Extension role targets addiction with mental health support

March 28, 2024

OSU Extension welcomes a new state specialist to help those facing addiction and substance use.

Oklahoma Set to Observe Arbor Week March 24-30

March 24, 2024

While most of the country will observe Arbor Day on April 26, Oklahomans will get a jump start on the celebration by observing Arbor Week March 24-30.

Wildfire Recovery Efforts, Bradford Pear Trees & Livestock Markets

March 23, 2024

This Week on SUNUP: Wildfire Recovery Efforts, Bradford Pear Trees & Livestock Markets

Pruning Roses is a Spring Gardening Chore

March 17, 2024

Flower gardening is popular in Oklahoma and roses continue to top the list of the most popular plants grown each year. Some rose varieties are considered to be high maintenance while other species are more carefree for gardeners.

Wheat Disease, Grazing Pasture & Expected Progeny Differences in Bulls

March 16, 2024

This Week: Wheat Disease, Grazing Pasture & Expected Progeny Differences in Bulls

Tent Caterpillars Will Be Appearing Soon

March 10, 2024

Tent caterpillars use branch forks and trees or shrubs to spin a ten-like web. They are active this time of year along the roads.

Carcass Disposal, Federal Program Deadlines & Oklahoma Wildfire Relief

March 9, 2024

This Week: Carcass Disposal, Federal Program Deadlines & Oklahoma Wildfire Relief

Sharpen the Shears...It’s Time to Prune Grapes

March 3, 2024

The best time to prune grapevines is in the dormant season. Gardeners should be preparing to prune now for good fruit production later in the year.

Livestock Nutrition & Care After Wildfires, Disaster Programs & Replacement Heifers

March 2, 2024

THIS WEEK: Livestock Nutrition & Care After Wildfires, Disaster Programs & Replacement Heifers

Eat healthy, cut food costs and reduce food waste

March 1, 2024

Oklahoma families are spending more of their budget on food than they ever have, but taking time to plan meals and shop smartly will help ensure everyone is eating healthy and reducing food waste

Dealing With Grape Diseases

February 25, 2024

Learn about grape diseases, like black rot, and how to combat them.

Dicamba Guidance, Scrapie Disease & High Beef Prices

February 24, 2024

This week on SUNUP: Dicamba Guidance, Scrapie Disease & High Beef Prices

2024 Pecan Pest Management Workshop

February 22, 2024

The 2024 Pecan Pest Management Workshop will take place February 22, 2024, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Growing Grapes Has a Dual Purpose for Gardeners

February 18, 2024

Grapes are not only a tasty fruit, but they make a great addition to the landscape, but proper variety selection is important.

First Hollow Stem, Antibiotic Resistant Parasites & Grape Management Course

February 17, 2024

This week on SUNUP: First Hollow Stem, Antibiotic Resistant Parasites & Grape Management Course

Growing Strawberries in Oklahoma

February 11, 2024

Is there anything that tastes better than a fresh-picked strawberry? Gardeners who are looking forward to savoring that flavor know how rewarding it is to grow strawberries. Because Oklahoma tends to be quite sunny in the summer, strawberries are a good choice for the garden.

Cattle on Wheat, Fertilizer Prices & The History of Chocolate & Valentine's Day

February 10, 2024

This week on SUNUP: Cattle on Wheat, Fertilizer Prices & The History of Chocolate & Valentine's Day

It's Still Cold But Green Peas Should Go in the Ground Soon

February 4, 2024

The weather is still cold and most gardening activities are on hold, but gardeners should be thinking about planting green peas soon.

Soil Moisture, Mineral Supplements & Harvest Prices

January 27, 2024

This week on SUNUP find stories covering soil moisture, mineral supplements & harvest prices.

Lighting Can Be Tricky When Starting Seeds Indoors

January 23, 2024

Although much of Oklahoma has been experiencing a deep freeze recently, gardeners are gearing up for the growing season by starting seeds indoors. Adequate lighting is a must and can be tricky for gardeners who don’t have access to a greenhouse or sunroom environment. Supplemental lighting is important to get seeds off to a good start.

Deicing Products May Damage Plants and Hardscapes

January 21, 2024

Manually removing ice and snow is effective and environmentally friendly. The less ice and snow present means less deicing material is needed. However, manual removal isn’t always feasible, so other methods need to be considered. Sand is also environmentally friendly, but while providing traction, it doesn’t melt ice.

Oklahoma Proven Celebrates 25 Years of Assisting Landscape Decisions

January 14, 2024

For a quarter of a century, the Oklahoma Proven program has helped guide gardeners in making smart decisions regarding which trees, shrubs, perennials and annuals are well adapted to an Oklahoma landscape.

Livestock Markets, Fertilizer Applications & Extreme Temperatures

January 13, 2024

This week on SUNUP find stories on Livestock Markets, Fertilizer Applications & Extreme Temperatures

February is National Cancer Prevention Month

January 11, 2024

Cancer is a diagnosis no one wants, but it was a reality for nearly 2 million Americans in 2023, not including non-melanoma skin cancer. What’s more, more than 600,000 will die from the disease.

Winter Management & Grain Prices

January 6, 2024

This week on SUNUP find stories covering winter management and grain prices.

OSU Extension names 2023 Outstanding Intern

January 2, 2024

Emma Lewis is an animal science junior who interned in the Grady County OSU Extension office.

Food Safety in a Power Outage

January 1, 2024

As we come into the season of freezing weather and possible ice storms that can render entire towns without electricity, Christi Evans, Oklahoma State University Extension assistant food safety specialist, has some tips for both before and during an outage.

End of the Year Wrap-Up

December 30, 2023

This week on SUNUP find the 2023 end of the year wrap-up!

Birds can Benefit from Recycled Christmas Trees

December 24, 2023

Fresh trees that have fulfilled their duty as the centerpiece of holiday decorations can now provide food and shelter for the birds in the landscape.

Happy Holidays!

December 23, 2023

From all of us here at SUNUP, we wish you and your families a Happy Holidays!

4-H National Winner, temperature outlook and trait selection

December 16, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering 4-H National Winner, temperature outlook and trait selection.

Topiaries Add Color and Texture to Interior Design

December 10, 2023

With some 10- to 12-gauge wire, a flower pot, wire cutters, pliers, smaller wire, a little patience and a few other household items, gardeners who enjoy topiaries can make them on a smaller scale to enhance the interior décor of their home.

Loan Repayment Plan, Anaplasmosis & Freeze Branding Cattle

December 9, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering loan repayment plan, anaplasmosis & freeze branding cattle.

Wreaths Add Festiveness to Holiday Decor

December 3, 2023

A prominent smell indicative of the holiday season is evergreens. Decorating with greenery is a great way to get into the holiday spirit. Homeowners with evergreens on their property can do a little pruning and turn the greenery into a wreath.

Canine Respiratory Disease, New FFA President & an OSU Wheat Management Competition

December 2, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering canine respiratory disease, new FFA president & an OSU wheat management competition

How to Manage Holiday Spending

November 27, 2023

OSU Extension discusses ways to manage money during the holiday season.

Make Food Choices that Support Growth and Development

November 27, 2023

Learn how to make food choices that will support the growth and development of your child.

Don’t Fear if the Leaves on your Ficus are Falling

November 26, 2023

Weeping fig (Ficus benjamina) and other Ficus species are popular houseplants that are relatively easy to care for, but gardeners may notice they tend to drop a fair number of leaves when moved indoors. Don’t worry about the falling leaves as this is just part of the moving process.

Cattle Management & Happy Thanksgiving!

November 23, 2023

This week on SUNUP, Mark Johnson, OSU Extension beef cattle breeding specialist, discusses the importance of nutrition in cattle herds

Herbs are Easy to Grow Indoors in the Winter

November 19, 2023

A quick and easy way to add flavor to some of your favorite dishes is to incorporate fresh herbs. Rosemary, thyme, mint, chives, basil, parsley and oregano adapt well to indoor growing conditions.

Winterizing Equipment, Fireplaces vs. Wood Stoves & Wheat Management

November 18, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering winterizing equipment, fireplaces vs. wood stoves & wheat management.

Lighting in the Landscape has Multiple Benefits

November 12, 2023

While trees, shrubs and flowers are the main attraction, lighting can also play a big role in the aesthetics of the landscape. Lighting not only can expand the amount of time homeowners can spend in the landscape, but it also adds an element of home security and safety.

Cotton harvest, hay storage and soil moisture

November 10, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering cotton harvest, hay storage and soil moisture.

National Diabetes Prevention Program

November 9, 2023

Oklahoma State University Extension will host a virtual informational session on its upcoming National Diabetes Prevention Program.

Winter Prep, feed efficiency & genetics research

November 4, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering winter prep, feed efficiency & genetics research.

World Diabetes Day will be observed on November 14

November 1, 2023

In 1922, a 14-year-old child received the first-ever insulin injection to bring his high blood sugar into a manageable range. To honor this breakthrough in medical science, Nov. 14 is World Diabetes Day and also the birthday of Sir Frederick Banting, who, along with Charles Best, first extracted insulin from an animal in 1921.

Food Safety is a Must for Holiday Baking

October 30, 2023

Make fun holiday treats for the family while following safe food-handling practices.

Landscaping is More Than Just Plants – It’s Birdlife, Too

October 29, 2023

While the obvious elements of a landscape are trees, shrubs and flowers, these elements can serve a dual purpose. Landscaping to attract birds provides year-round enjoyment.

Wheat, Rain & the Art of Ranching

October 28, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat, rain & the art of ranching.

Hildebrand to direct Extension’s community health efforts

October 25, 2023

Hildebrand will support OSU's health initiatives and connect with other campus entities on behalf of OSU Extension.

Twig Girdlers are Not a Tree’s Best Friend

October 22, 2023

If homeowners are finding an abundance of small branches and twigs on the ground, this is a good indicator that there are visitors in the tree known as twig girdlers.

Equine Infectious Anemia, Weather Patterns & Cowboy Stampede

October 21, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering equine infectious anemia, weather patterns & the Cowboy Stampede.

Wrapping Tree Trunks Helps Boost Tree Health

October 15, 2023

It won’t be long until it’s time to wrap holiday gifts, but until then, consider wrapping the trunks of the trees in the landscape to boost tree health.

2023 Rural Economic Outlook Conference & Mobile Markets

October 14, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering 2023 Rural Economic Outlook Conference & Mobile Markets.

OSU Extension recognized at National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Conference

October 13, 2023

OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences professionals were honored with several regional and national awards at an event in September.

Doye elected committee chair for national Extension Committee on Organization and Policy

October 12, 2023

The mission of the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy is to strengthen Extension at national, state and local levels.

Spring-flowering Bulbs Should Be Planted Soon

October 8, 2023

Many people may be thinking about carving pumpkins and what kind of Halloween candy to buy during this time of the year, but gardening enthusiasts know it’s time to get spring-flowering bulbs in the ground before freezing temperatures arrive.

Farm Bill Talk, Recent Rains & Reproductive Efficiency

October 7, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Farm Bill talk, recent rains & reproductive efficiency.

2023 Oklahoma State Pecan Show

October 5, 2023

Enter your best pecans in the 2023 Oklahoma State Pecan Show to compete for Best in Show!

There’s More to the Fall Season than Pumpkins and Mums

October 1, 2023

Even though we’ll still experience some summer-like temperatures, the fall season is a good time to get new trees and shrubs in the ground.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 1, 2023

October is more than ghosts, goblins and trick-or-treating – it is also Breast Cancer Awareness Month. This disease affects one in eight women in the United States every year and 2.3 million women worldwide.

Fertilizer Guidance, Beef Quality Assurance & Tulsa State Fair!

September 28, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Fertilizer Guidance, Beef Quality Assurance and the Tulsa State Fair!

Tips for Successful Tomato Ripening and Holding

September 24, 2023

Oklahoma likely has seen the last of the triple-digit heat for 2023, but what should gardeners do about the tomatoes that are still on the vine?

Value-added research, ATV safety & soil moisture

September 23, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering the Value-added research, ATV safety & soil moisture.

Now is the Time to Treat for Winter Annual Weeds

September 17, 2023

With the official start of the fall season just a few days away, homeowners need to be thinking about controlling winter annual weeds.

Wheat Planting, Panhandle Pests & Toxic Johnsongrass

September 16, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering the Wheat Planting, Panhandle Pests & Toxic Johnsongrass.

Harvesting and Roasting Sunflowers

September 10, 2023

Gardeners won’t find them in dill pickle, barbecue or even pizza flavors in their garden, but the seeds from their sunflower plants still can be a tasty treat.

Panhandle Crops Field Day!

September 9, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering the panhandle crops field day!

Native Pecan Field Day

September 6, 2023

The Leon Bailey Family, Oklahoma State University Pecan Management, Okfuskee County Extension, and the Oklahoma Pecan Growers Association are hosting a Native Pecan Field Day on October 12 from 2:30-6 p.m.

Principles of Design Provide a Framework for Design Elements

September 3, 2023

Over the last couple of weeks, I’ve talked about the importance of developing a landscape plan and the elements of a landscape. This week I’m going to share information about the principles of design.

Summer Favorites!

September 2, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Summer Favorites!

Don't Let Hectic Schedules Interfere with Family Cohesiveness

September 1, 2023

Matt Brosi provides parents with advice on how not letting hectic schedules interfere with family cohesiveness when starting back to school.

Evans takes on assistant state food safety specialist role

August 29, 2023

Christi Evans is the new assistant state food safety specialist for Oklahoma State University Extension.

Elements of a Landscape Design

August 27, 2023

In last week’s column, I talked about the importance of having a landscape design plan when building a new home or updating the look of your current residence. Today’s column is geared toward the elements of your design plan.

Summer Crops, Protein Supplements & Welcome Dr. Lusk!

August 26, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering summer crops, protein supplements & welcome Dr. Lusk!

Arnall named American Society of Agronomy Fellow

August 25, 2023

Brian Arnall, professor in the OSU Department of Plant and Soil Sciences and an OSU Extension specialist for precision nutrient management, was named a 2023 ASA Fellow by the American Society of Agronomy.

New Build or Renovation Requires a Detailed Landscape Plan

August 20, 2023

Whether you’re building a new home or simply want to spruce up the current landscape, it’s important to get a plan in place. The landscape is more than plants – it’s also landforms and man- made structures. Fences, garden bed borders and lighting are just as important as the trees, shrubs and turf.

Alfalfa Planting, Cattle Implants & Flash Drought

August 19, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Alfalfa Planting, Cattle Implants & Flash Drought

Avoid Physical Injury While Gardening

August 13, 2023

Although it’s considered a leisure activity, gardening can be a somewhat strenuous physical activity, but being careful can help prevent injuries.

Summer Crop Diseases, Cattle Markets & Stockpiling Bermudagrass

August 12, 2023

The week on SUNUP, Summer Crop Diseases, Cattle Markets & Stockpiling Bermudagrass

The Heat is On … and Gardeners Should take Precautions

August 6, 2023

High temperatures have arrived, and the weather professionals are indicating it may stay that way for a while. While succulents can thrive in this hot weather, it’s vital for gardeners to use the proper precautions when working outside in the heat.

Blister Beetles & Horses, Red Meat Allergy & Dove Plots

August 5, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering blister beetles & horses, red meat allergy & dove plots.

4-H honors state award recipients

August 2, 2023

Oklahoma 4-H has announced its Outstanding Alumni and State Partner award recipients.

Call on Professionals for Irrigation System Installation

July 30, 2023

As Smart Irrigation Month ends, some homeowners across the state may have decided their landscape would benefit from the installation of an irrigation system. Before reaching out to your neighbor for help with this process, keep in mind an irrigation system is an investment in the property and should be installed by professionals.

Alfalfa Pests, Extreme Heat Safety & 4-H Roundup!

July 29, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Alfalfa Pests, Extreme Heat Safety & 4-H Roundup!

Pecan growers invited to free crop thinning demo

July 27, 2023

The Oklahoma Pecan Management Program will host two pecan crop thinning demonstrations to help growers improve the quality of this year’s harvest and next season’s return crop. Demonstrations will be held July 27, 4-5:30 p.m. in Madill, and August 8, 4-5:30 p.m. in Perkins.

Healthy Snacks Provide Fuel for School

July 26, 2023

With the beginning of a new school year right around the corner, many children will be depending on snacks to get them through the day.

The Benefits of a Smart Irrigation System

July 23, 2023

Some people don’t realize how technology can be involved when irrigating a home landscape, especially if they irrigate with a sprinkler hooked to a water hose.

Pink Eye in Cattle, Russian Wheat Exports & Goodbye Dr. Coon!

July 22, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering pink eye in cattle, Russian wheat exports & goodbye Dr. Coon!

Summer Crops, Filling Up Ponds & Washing Fruits & Vegetables

July 15, 2023

This week on SUNUP fond stories covering Summer Crops, Filling Up Ponds & Washing Fruits & Vegetables

Maintenance is Key for Irrigation System

July 9, 2023

For those with an irrigation system in the landscape, regular maintenance will help keep the system running in tip- top shape.

OSU Extension names new leader for ag, natural resources and community development programs

July 7, 2023

Jason Warren will help identify, plan, implement, coordinate, evaluate and report programs to address critical needs in Oklahoma.

Summer Livestock Management

July 6, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering summer livestock management

Wheat Harvest, Extreme Heat & Hay Moisture

July 1, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat harvest, extreme heat and hay moisture.

Compost is a Gardener’s Best Friend

June 25, 2023

Compost is a term that’s used liberally in the gardening world, but what exactly is it? Compost is a mixture of ingredients used as a plant fertilizer, as well as to improve soil’s physical, chemical and biological properties.

Cleaning Up Storm Damage & Preventing Hardware Disease

June 23, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories about cleaning up storm damage and preventing hardware disease.

Help Children Understand Their Feelings During Parents' Divorce

June 21, 2023

Learn how to help children understand their feelings during their parents' divorce.

Celebrate Pollinators during Pollinator Week June 19-25

June 18, 2023

Pollinator numbers have been declining over the past several years so it’s important to raise awareness of the role pollinators play in gardening and what can be done to protect them.

Wheat Harvest, Livestock Pests & More Rain!

June 17, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat harvest, livestock pests & more rain!

Landscapes Also Serve as a Luxury Resort for Insects

June 11, 2023

There are a number of benefits to having an insect hotel in the yard, including increasing the natural balance of insects, providing more opportunities to teach children about insects, attracting insects that help control pest insects, attracting more pollinators, using up recycled materials and more.

Wheat Variety Trials, Chronic Wasting Disease & Livestock Markets

June 8, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Wheat Variety Trials, Chronic Wasting Disease and Livestock Markets.

New study shows in a battle between hope and fear, hope wins!

June 6, 2023

Historically, hope has been called the belief that good things will happen in the future.

Preparing for Summer!

June 3, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering preparing for Summer!

Distressed Communities in Oklahoma

June 3, 2023

Upjohn Institute's distress index shows widespread economic distress in Oklahoma's counties based on prime-age employment rates.

Unpacking the 2020 Decennial Census

June 3, 2023

Examining the 2020 Decennial Census data, this article explores age distribution and housing vacancy in Oklahoma, revealing the relationship between older and younger residents and patterns of residential vacancy.

Choosing an Environmentally Friendly Pest Control Method

May 28, 2023

Gardeners who choose organic and traditional gardening and landscape principles follow the objectives of Earth-Kind landscaping. This helps create a horticultural system that is based on real-world effectiveness and environmentally responsible actions.

2023 Lahoma Field Day

May 25, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering the 2023 Lahoma Field Day.

Oklahoma Pecan Growers Association Convention

May 22, 2023

The OPGA Annual Convention & Trade Show is a 3-day conference designed for the Oklahoma, and surrounding areas, pecan industry.

Mulch has an Important Job in the Garden

May 21, 2023

Gardening requires a few tools such as a rake, a trowel, loppers or a lawnmower, but keep in mind that mulch is also an important gardening tool.

Summer Pests, Livestock Markets & Drought Improvements

May 20, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Summer Pests, Livestock Markets & Drought Improvements.

Population Change in Oklahoma's Counties & Municipalities

May 19, 2023

The article highlights population changes in Oklahoma's municipalities and counties, with metropolitan areas experiencing growth while rural regions, particularly in the Northwest, facing decline.

Repairing Tree Injury is Important for Overall Tree Health

May 14, 2023

Trees not only look good and provide visual interest, but they also provide shade in the summer and can block cold winter winds. Because of these benefits, it’s in a homeowner’s best interest to take proper care of them.

Summer Crops, Salt Water for Crops & DASNR Honors

May 11, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Summer Crops, Salt Water for Crops & DASNR Honors.

Community Gardens have Benefits Beyond Fresh Foods

May 7, 2023

Today, that percentage has dropped to a mere 2%. That means the majority of fresh fruits and vegetables are imported from other states or other countries, which can strain the local food system.

Wheat Updated, Feeding Hay & DASNR Honors

May 6, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat updated, feeding hay & DASNR Honors.

Don’t Forget about the Turf in the Landscape

April 30, 2023

As the weather warms up, many homeowners are focused on the colorful flowers and plants they’ve got planned for their garden and landscape. But the base of any landscape is the turf, and it requires proper maintenance to help avoid problems and reduce the need for pesticides.

Rain!

April 29, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Rain.

OSU Extension Makes Strides with Coming Together for Racial Understanding Dialogues

April 26, 2023

Learn about how OSU Extension is making strides with coming together for racial understanding dialogue.

Squash Bugs – A Gardener’s Nemesis

April 23, 2023

A couple of the most popular summer plants are squash and cucumbers. They’re not only a favorite for people, the squash bug is also fond of them.

Bermuda Grass Management, Emergency Assistance & Wheat Progress in Grady County

April 22, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Bermuda Grass Management, Emergency Assistance & Wheat Progress in Grady County

Summer Means the Taste of Vine-ripened Tomatoes

April 16, 2023

Summer truly begins when experiencing the taste of the first vine-ripened tomato. No matter how you slice it, there’s not much else that tastes so good.

Disaster Preparedness & Recovery

April 15, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering disaster preparedness & recovery.

Garden Planting Starts with Control of Weeds, Insects and Diseases

April 9, 2023

Because of the effort put in to plant a garden or install a new landscape, it can be very disheartening to have it succumb to insects, diseases and weeds.

Pasture Management, Wheat Update & DASNR HONORS

April 8, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat disease, insect pressure & livestock markets.

Training and Pruning Young Trees Pays Off in the Long Run

April 2, 2023

There’s much more to tree care than digging a hole, planting the tree and watering it. To give a tree the best chance at a long and healthy life, training and pruning are essential.

Wheat Disease, Insect Pressure & Livestock Markets

April 1, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat disease, insect pressure & livestock markets.

Spring Cleaning Isn’t Just for Inside – Gardens Get Dust Bunnies, Too

March 26, 2023

While some people take time to do traditional spring cleaning inside, gardeners should take some time to clean up their garden spaces.

Weaning Fall Calves Early, Drought Improvement & a Special Broadcast

March 25, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering weaning fall calves early, drought improvement & a special broadcast.

Chisholm Elementary news team to appear on SUNUP

March 23, 2023

Fifth-grade students from Enid will be featured on OSU Extension's agriculture television show.

All-America Selections Announces 2023 Winners

March 19, 2023

All-American Selections 2023 winners offer gardeners reliable new varieties that have proven their superior garden performance across North America.

Bloat in Cattle, OALP & Beef Markets

March 18, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering bloat in cattle, OALP & beef markets.

OSU Extension’s role in public health impacts all Oklahomans

March 14, 2023

Learn about OSU Extension’s role in public health impacts all Oklahomans.

Black-eyed Susan is a Great Choice for Oklahoma Gardens

March 12, 2023

The Black-eyed Susan is a bright yellow plant with a chocolatey brown center that adds some excitement to the landscape and has been selected as the 2023 Perennial Plant of the Year by the Perennial Plant Association.

New OSU Wheat Variety, Well Water Quality & Crop Markets

March 10, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering hardware disease, chainsaw safety and well water quality.

Gardening Tips

March 5, 2023

With Mother Nature sprinkling in some 70-degree days amongst the colder temperatures, gardeners all across Oklahoma are more than ready to get rolling on their gardens. With as much time and effort that gets put into their gardens and landscapes, gardeners want to make sure their efforts are rewarded.

Hardware Disease, Chainsaw Safety & Well Water Quality

March 2, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering hardware disease, chainsaw safety and well water quality.

Oklahoma Gardening wins horticulture award

February 28, 2023

The Oklahoma Gardening television crew was recognized by the American Society for Horticultural Science Southern Region.

Growing and Caring for Asparagus

February 26, 2023

Gardeners who are looking for a long-time investment in the landscape should consider planting asparagus. An asparagus plant can last up to 15 years, so choosing a spot to grow it should be considered carefully.

Wildfire Potential, Temperature Outlook & Freeze Branding

February 25, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wildfire potential, temperature outlook & freeze branding.

Eating Healthy and Reducing Food Waste

February 24, 2023

Learn about the benefits of eating healthy and reducing food waste during times of higher costs.

The Time has Arrived to Get Bare-Root Plants in the Ground

February 19, 2023

Although many gardening activities remain on hold for a few more weeks, it is the time of year to get bare-root plants in the ground. Bare-root plants are available now and should be planted between mid-February and mid-April.

First Hollow Stem, Backyard Chickens & Cattle Winter Management Checklist

February 18, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering first hollow stem, backyard chickens & cattle winter management checklist.

Weed and Feed Combos May Not be the Best Choice

February 12, 2023

What gardener doesn’t like saving time? But some time-saving measures, such as using an herbicide and fertilizer combo, may be good in theory but not a good solution in all situations.

Super OSU Turfgrass & Grazing Oats

February 10, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering the Super Bowl being played on an OSU turfgrass variety and grazing oats.

Fruit Trees Benefit from Application of Dormant Oil

February 5, 2023

Gardeners may not have a lot going on in the landscape during this time of year but applying dormant oil to fruit trees is a task that needs to be done. Dormant oils control scale insects, aphids and mites that are overwintering on the trees.

Hydrating During Winter, Wheat Grazing & USDA Cattle Report

February 4, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering hydrating during winter, wheat grazing & USDA cattle report.

Pruning is Imperative for Good Tree and Shrub Health

January 29, 2023

Despite it still being coats, hats and gloves weather, there are some outside chores gardeners need to do before spring planting season arrives. Pruning, although not necessary every year, is an important part of tree and shrub health and can improve functionality. It also keeps the landscape looking neat and cared for.

Cattle Management in Winter & Early Spring

January 27, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering cattle management in winter and early spring.

Friendship, love and kindness for children

January 23, 2023

Learn about the need for friendship, love and kindness for children.

Healthy Plants Need Healthy Soil

January 22, 2023

In gardening, making sure the soil has everything it needs to grow beautiful flowers, shrubs, trees and lawns is key to success.

2023 Oklahoma Proven Selections Announced

January 15, 2023

Gardening can be a challenge, even for the most seasoned growers. Fortunately, the Oklahoma Proven plant selections can help make choosing plants for the garden and landscape more successful.

Fertilizer Decisions, Pecan Workshop & Drought Update

January 14, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering fertilizer decisions, pecan workshop & drought update.

Tom Royer to retire after more than 26 years of service

January 11, 2023

Tom Royer, Oklahoma State University Extension entomologist and Integrated Pest Management coordinator, is retiring on Feb. 1 after more than 26 years of service to the university and integrated pest management program.

Eastside Fresh Market - 2023

January 9, 2023

The East Side Fresh Market serves as a food access hub for Northeast Oklahoma City and creates new market opportunities for NE OKC farmers and other Oklahoma City area food producers.

Winter Water, Cotton Harvest & Quail Habitats

January 6, 2023

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Winter water, cotton harvest and quail habitats.

Happy Holidays!!

December 21, 2022

This week on SUNUP find our favorite stories from this past year and see OSU Extension specialists discuss the challenges that Oklahoma producers faced in 2022.

Wheat, Drought & Insects & Happy Retirement, Dr. Tom Royer

December 15, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat, drought and insects and join us in thanking Dr. Tom Royer for his years of service.

Begin a New Year with a Physical Activity Plan to Improve Health

December 13, 2022

Learn about how creating a physical activity plan for the new year can improve health.

2023 Livestock Schedule

December 13, 2022

Information for participating in the Seminole county livestock show.

Vitamin A Deficiency, LeFlore County OQBN Sale & Honoring Elizabeth Logan

December 10, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering vitamin A deficiency, LeFlore County OQBN Sale & honoring Elizabeth Logan.

New livestock risk management handbook available to producers

December 6, 2022

Amy Hagerman, Oklahoma State University Extension specialist for agriculture and food policy, recently released a livestock risk management handbook in partnership with Texas A&M University. The handbook contains a variety of financial programs and other resources for producers.

Feeding Crop Residue, Cattle Markets & 2022 Census of Agriculture

December 1, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering feeding crop residue, cattle markets and the 2022 Census of Agriculture.

Farm budget resources available to relieve financial stress

November 30, 2022

Sample enterprise budgets provided by OSU Extension can help producers improve their finances and production performance.

Best of SUNUP!

November 26, 2022

This week on SUNUP find our favorite stories from the past few months!

Have a Healthy Habit Holiday

November 21, 2022

More Drought Relief Funding, Wildfires & Turkey Talk!

November 19, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering more drought relief funding, wildfires & turkey talk!

Horse Science Academy

November 12, 2022

This year’s topic is equine anatomy or essentially.

Livestock Medications, Saline Agriculture & Disaster Recovery

November 12, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering livestock medications, saline agriculture & disaster recovery.

Soil Fertility, Rabies Virus & Calibrating Feed

November 5, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering soil fertility, rabies virus & calibrating feed.

Prediabetes is cause for concern

November 1, 2022

Learn about the causes of prediabetes and simple changes you can make to lower your risk of getting it.

Rain!

October 29, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering rain!

Feeding Cotton, Science of Spicy & Mesonet Drought Update

October 20, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering feeding cotton, science of spicy & Mesonet drought update.

Rural Economic Outlook Conference, Feeding Failed Summer Crops & Drought Stressed Ponds

October 13, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering rural economic outlook conference, feeding failed summer crops and drought stressed ponds.

Drought Relief, Discounted Hay Testing & Avian Influenza

October 8, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering drought relief, discounted hay testing & avian influenza.

2022 Oklahoma State Pecan Show

October 6, 2022

The entry information and tips for the 2022 Oklahoma State Pecan Show.

Cotton, Weeds & Rural Economic Outlook Conference

October 1, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering cotton, weeds & rural economic outlook conference.

Dusting in Wheat, Managing Hay Waste & Chronic Wasting Disease

September 24, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering dusting in wheat, managing hay waste & chronic wasting disease.

Career opportunities available in OSU Extension

September 23, 2022

OSU Extension is looking for creative, hard-working and dedicated individuals to join the team.

Drought Assistance, Feed Costs & Cleveland County Fair

September 17, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering drought assistance, feed costs & Cleveland County Fair.

Literacy Can Affect a Person’s Health

September 13, 2022

Information on how the way individuals can understand and obtain health literacy skills and how these skills can positively or negatively affect an individual's life.

Best of Summer!

September 10, 2022

This week on SUNUP we take a look back at some of our favorite stories from this summer.

Soil Management, Drought & Reality Check

September 1, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering soil management, drought and a reality check.

Best of Cow-Calf Corner, Grain Markets & Drought

August 25, 2022

This week on SUNUP we take a look at some of our favorite Cow-Calf Corner segments, the grain market and drought.

Addressing mental health needs in families

August 24, 2022

The last couple of years have been stressful, and while mental health issues have always been common, there has been a significant increase in mental health conditions in both adults and children since the pandemic.

OQBN Updates, Cooler Weather & Honoring Dr. Larry Sanders

August 20, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering OQBN Updates, Cooler Weather & Honoring Dr. Larry Sanders

Pecans, Weather & Cattle Fever Tick

August 11, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering pecans, weather and cattle fever tick.

Summer Crops as Forage, Risk Management & Cattle Markets

August 4, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering summer crops as forage, risk management and cattle markets.

School lunch program provides healthy meals for children

August 1, 2022

Children across Oklahoma are preparing to head back to the classroom, parents need to be prepared to fill out various forms at school, including applications for free and reduced lunch programs.

Drought & Alfalfa, 4-H Roundup & Sweet Success

July 30, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering drought & alfalfa, 4-H Roundup & sweet success.

Nitrate Toxicity, Corn as Forage & Heat Stress in Cattle

July 21, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Nitrate Toxicity, Corn as Forage and Heat Stress in Cattle.

Blister Beetles, Pond Algae & Carcass Management

July 14, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering Blister Beetles, Pond Algae and Carcass Management.

West Nile Virus, Cattle Markets & Aphid App

July 7, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering West Nile Virus, cattle markets and the Aphid App.

OSU hosts carcass management training to benefit animal production industry

July 6, 2022

Oklahoma State University hosted a carcass management training in mid-May to teach animal production industry and U.S. Department of Agriculture professionals the basics of composting.

Prussic Acid & Cattle, Livestock Markets & SUNUP Favorites

July 2, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering prussic acid & cattle, livestock markets & SUNUP favorites.

Wheat Harvest in Cleveland County, Poison Hemlock & High Feed Costs

June 25, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat harvest in Cleveland county, Poison Hemlock & high feed costs

Summer Horsemanship Camp

June 24, 2022

Parenting with Natural Consequences


June 22, 2022

Ideas on how to teach children that they are responsible for their choices by letting them experience the consequences.

Mosquitos, Heat Stress in Cattle & Wheat Harvest Update

June 18, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering mosquitos, heat stress in cattle & wheat harvest update.

2022 Stephens County 4-H Fair Book

June 14, 2022

The complete fair book for the 2022 Stephens County Fair.

Summer Crops, Precision Agriculture & Wheat Harvest

June 11, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering summer crops, precision agriculture & wheat harvest.

Creep Feeding, Rain & Weeds

June 4, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering creep feeding, rain & weeds.

Kids Are Out of School ... Now What?

June 1, 2022

A list of camps and events offered by OSU County Extension offices, local churches, schools and more.

New Turfgrass, Wheat Abandonment & Kay County OSU Wheat Trials

May 26, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering new turfgrass varieties, advice for wheat producers and the Kay County OSU Wheat Trials.

Peek set to take on new dual roles at OSU

May 20, 2022

Gina Peek has accepted the offer to serve as associate dean, Extension engagement and continuing education; and assistant director, Oklahoma State University Extension, Family and Consumer Sciences.

Lahoma Field Day, Wheat Disease, Bermudagrass Pastures

May 19, 2022

The week on SUNUP, check out content covering the annual Lahoma Field Day, wheat disease and bermudagrass pastures.

Livestock Pests, Pond Management & Dam Structures

May 14, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering livestock pests, pond management and dam structures.

OSU Agriculture announces new leader of plant and soil sciences

May 10, 2022

The Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents is slated to approve Wade Thomason as the new department head of plant and soil sciences at its meeting in June. Thomason will begin his role on Aug. 1.

Chickasha Field Day, Cattle Vaccinations & Volunteerism

May 5, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering the Chickasha Field Day, Cattle Vaccinations and Volunteerism.

OSU Extension hosts national conference for volunteers

May 4, 2022

OSU Extension hosted more than 200 Extension professionals from 44 states in Tulsa for the National Extension Conference on Volunteerism.

Parents/Caregivers as Agents of Change for Children’s Diets

May 1, 2022

Learn about parents and caregivers food behaviors and how they affect children.

Drought, Managing Cattle Shrinkage & Custom Rates

April 30, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering drought, managing cattle shrinkage & custom rates.

Barn Quilt Fundraiser

April 27, 2022

Help fund yearly scholarships by participating in the barn quilt fundraiser.

Heat Detection in Cows, Grain Markets & SUNUP Favorites

April 23, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering heat detection in cows, grain markets & SUNUP favorites.

Oklahoma Gardening YouTube channel reaches 100K subscribers

April 21, 2022

YouTube recently recognized the Oklahoma Gardening channel for reaching the milestone of more than 100,000 subscribers.

Wheat progress, Rainfall update & Beef imports

April 16, 2022

This week on SUNUP find stories covering wheat progress, rainfall update & beef imports.

Identifying Bermudagrass, Crop Markets & Replacement Heifer Management

April 9, 2022

This week's SUNUP content includes identifying bermudagrass, crop markets & replacement heifer management.

West District, South Region, 4-H Culinary Day

April 6, 2022

The West District, South Region, 4-H Culinary Day is a competition consisting of 4 different contests in one day, taking place June 1, 2022.

Wheat Fertilization, Crop Markets & Culling Cattle

April 2, 2022

The week on SUNUP, check out content covering wheat fertilization, crop markets & culling cattle.

Celebrate OHCE members during National Volunteer Month

April 1, 2022

Oklahoma Home and Community Education members know a thing or two about volunteering. It’s always good to show appreciation to volunteers, and there’s no better time to do that than National Volunteer Month, which takes place in April.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter, March 28, 2022

March 28, 2022

Feedlots Packed Full…For Now

Avian Influenza Spread, Recent Precipitation & Cattle Markets

March 26, 2022

This week on SUNUP learn about avian influenza spread, recent precipitation & cattle markets.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter, March 21, 2022

March 21, 2022

Feeder Cattle Markets in Transition

Wildfire Conditions, Vitamin A & Geese Impacts on Wheat

March 19, 2022

OSU Extension specialists discuss Wildfire Conditions, Vitamin A & Geese Impacts on Wheat during the March 17 episode.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter, March 14, 2022

March 14, 2022

It’s Springtime…Hopefully

Wheat Nutrients, Genetics & Women in Extension

March 12, 2022

The weekly content for SUNUP TV including segments on wheat nutrients, genetics & women in extension.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter, March 7, 2022

March 7, 2022

Increased Uncertainty Clouds Cattle Market Optimism

Bull Selection, Ukraine and ATV Safety

March 5, 2022

Weekly SUNUP TV content including segments on bull selection, Ukraine and ATV safety.

Celebrate National Nutrition Month With A World Of Flavors

March 1, 2022

While the need to focus on making informed food choices is something that should go on year-round, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics pays special attention to healthy eating each year in March, which has been designated National Nutrition Month.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter, February 28, 2022

February 28, 2022

Profit Maximization for Cattle Producers

Alfalfa Weevils, Ukraine & Field Days

February 26, 2022

The weekly SUNUP TV content including segments on alfalfa weevils, Ukraine & field days.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter, February 21, 2022

February 21, 2022

Cattle Cycle Scenario 2: Drought Abates

Weed Study, Tillage & Alfalfa Weevils

February 19, 2022

The weekly content for SUNUP TV including weed study, tillage and alfalfa weevils information.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter, February 14, 2022

February 14, 2022

Cattle Cycle Scenario 1: More and Worse Drought

Wheat Progress, Snow Impact & Broadband

February 12, 2022

The SUNUP TV content including wheat progress, snow impact and broadband.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

February 7, 2022

Declining Feedlot Production in 2022

Drought Decisions, Extension Tools & Winter Calving

February 5, 2022

SUNUP TV's week of content including drought decisions, extension tools & winter calving.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

February 1, 2022

Drought Threat Expanding

Kay County OSU Extension Announces Move

January 31, 2022

The Kay County Extension office will be moving to their new building on February 16th.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

January 24, 2022

Feedlots Maintain Cattle Inventories

Epsilon Sigma Phi, Extension announce annual awards

January 24, 2022

Epsilon Sigma Phi and Oklahoma State University Extension honored their annual award winners on Jan. 12.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

January 18, 2022

Expectations for Upcoming USDA Cattle Reports

Three River Crops Conference

January 14, 2022

January 25th, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm. Learn about weed thresholds, herbicide application, fence line brush control and more, including demos and dicamba applicator training.

4-H Record Book Workshop

January 14, 2022

January 20th, 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm. Learn how to make a Great Record Book!

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

January 10, 2022

Beef and Cattle Trade Boosting Cattle Markets

Walking with Ease

January 5, 2022

Join the Arthritis Foundation Walking with Ease Program starting January 5th, 2022, located at "The Bridge" in Seminole, OK.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

January 3, 2022

A New Year’s Resolution for Cow-Calf Producers

Curbside Cotton in Tulsa

December 30, 2021

A Tulsa resident is growing cotton near his curb that is free for anyone to come pick and learn about how cotton grows.

Warm, dry December likely to impact spring growth

December 21, 2021

The unseasonably warm weather has a lot of producers wondering how it will affect their crop yields next year, and ornamental plants have already been spotted in bloom.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

December 20, 2021

Cattle Markets Add Christmas Cheer, but Drought is a Grinch

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

December 13, 2021

North American Live Cattle Trade Evolving

Winter Wonderland Workshop 2021

December 9, 2021

The 2021 winter wonderland workshop in Woodward County will include sessions such as Staying Healthy, Shower Steamers & Bath Bombs, Junk Journals & Gift Tags, Holiday Cookie Decorating and making Gnome Ornaments.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

December 6, 2021

Drought impacts in 2021, 2022 and beyond

Okfuskee County 4-H Cupcake Wars

December 5, 2021

The details of the upcoming Cupcake Wars for the Okfuskee County 4-H members. The Cupcake Wars is a cupcake decorating contest taking place in December, 2021.

2021 Genny Coffman Lifetime Master Gardener

December 3, 2021

Kay County Master Gardeners Recognize Genny Coffman as the 2021 Lifetime Gardener.

2022 Seminole County Junior Livestock Show and Premium Sale

December 2, 2021

The schedule, official rules and entry form for the 2022 Seminole County Junior Livestock Show and Premium Sale.

Winter Growing & Feeding Programs

November 30, 2021

The Woods county extension winter growing and feeding programs are scheduled for Nov. 30, 2021 and will cover beef wintering costs, marketing growing stocker calves and stocker cattle growing programs.

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

November 29, 2021

Cattle Markets Back on Offense

Cow-Calf Corner • The Newsletter

November 22, 2021

BEEF! It’s What’s for THANKSGIVING!

Ornament Craft Workshop

November 19, 2021

Join Adair County OHCE to celebrate the holidays with fellowship and making Christmas ornaments.

Christmas Candy Workshop

November 19, 2021

Learn about OHCE and make delicious Christmas candies with your family.

2021 Virtual Food & Farm Festival

November 18, 2021

The 2021 virtual Food & Farm Festival is a contest for people to enter various food and farm products.

Christmas Open House

November 18, 2021

Join the Adair County OSU Extension staff for soups and refreshments at the Christmas Open House.

Kids in the Kitchen

November 17, 2021

"Kids in the Kitchen" is an after school program to teach kids basic kitchen and food safety rules. Each class will prepare a simple recipe to taste.

Jefferson County OHCE "Spices Around the World"

November 16, 2021

The Jefferson county OHCE will have their monthly meeting with the lesson "Spices Around the World." Join in to learn about various spices grown around the world.

Baskets for the Better

November 15, 2021

The Baskets for the Better 4-H community service project in Okfuskee County is collecting supplies to put together baskets for foster parents.

Flowers for our Fallen Heroes

November 15, 2021

The Okfuskee county 4-H members are collecting flowers and donations to make arrangements for the grave sites of service members and first responders.

Kay County OSU Extension Graduates 10 New Master Gardeners

November 10, 2021

Kay County news release announced 10 new master gardener graduates that will volunteer across the county.

2021 Holiday Happenings

November 4, 2021

Woods County 2021 Holiday Happenings is scheduled for November 4, 2021. Sessions offered at Holiday Happenings including a thankful pumpkin board, joy sign, snowman door hanging and an educational lesson on "The 5 Love Languages".

Woods County Agricultural Newsletter, November 2021

November 1, 2021

The Woods County Agricultural newsletter for November 2021 discussed nitrogen management, fertilizer cost issues and the OSU winter crop school.

January Open Horse Show Judges Seminar

October 15, 2021

Date: January 15, 2022

State 4-H and FFA Horse Judging Contest

September 28, 2021

Date: April 30, 2022 Time: 11:00 am

Horse Science Academy

September 28, 2021

Horse Science Academy is a math and science intensive workshop centered on the biology of the horse. The workshop is for students enrolled or working at the high school level.

Woods County 4-H Clover Connection September/October 2021

September 1, 2021

The Woods County 4-H Clover Connection September/October 2022 discussed national 4-H week, 4-H enrollment, 4-H meeting guidelines and the west district action conference.

Woods County Family & Consumer Sciences September/October 2021 Newsletter

September 1, 2021

The 2021 September/October FCS Newsletter discusses fall home energy management, the 2021 Woods county fair, the 2022 dues and upcoming meetings and elections.

Expanding on the Farm to You lessons at home

August 1, 2021

Oklahoma children are back in school focusing on reading, writing and arithmetic. For the last decade, children also have been learning about where their food comes from and how eating healthy foods is important for their bodies, thanks to a fun, hands-on display called Farm to You.

Prepare Your Storm Shelter for Upcoming Storm Season

April 22, 2021

How to prepare your home and storm shelter before storm season begins.

Plan Your Communication Plan for Severe Weather

April 15, 2021

How to plan ahead and get resources for communication if severe weather happens.

Emergency Planning Should Include Developing Key Safety Skills

April 8, 2021

Three safety skills to learn in case of an emergency or disaster including first aid and CPR, how to use a fire extinguisher and how to shut off utilities.

How Much Is Clutter Costing You?

March 31, 2021

Tips and tricks to decluttering your home and saving yourself time and money.

OSU Extension Reaches Out to Hispanic Audience

August 1, 2020

Oklahoma State University Extension continues its effort to provide family based programming for Oklahoma’s Hispanic youth and their families. The ¡Unidos Se Puede! (United We Can!) program focuses on Hispanic youth in sixth through eighth grade.

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