Living in Oklahoma often means dealing with natural disasters. Check out these insights,
tips and strategies from OSU experts on ways to keep you and your family prepared
and safe in the event of an emergency.
Natural Disaster Recovery
Weather & Climate
The process of ammoniation on low quality roughage and its benefits.
Proper methods for collecting representative samples are a must in order to fully understand the benefits of forage testing.
The potential solutions to prevent nitrate toxicity by using nitrogen fertilizer and awareness of plant factors, the effect of weather and cattle management.
The techniques and cautions of prescribed fires for cedar control.
Why families grieve when they lose part or all of their farm or face significant adjustments in their farm operation.
The appropriate time of year, weather conditions, pile size and ignition practices that should be used when burning brush.
A detailed guide to establishing a lawn with grass selection, soil and site preparation, seeding, ground maintenance and post-establishment care in Oklahoma.