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Aflatoxins in Wildlife Feed: Know How to Protect Wildlife

A guide for understanding alfatoxins, the affects that they have when in the feed and reducing the risk of aflatoxin exposure to wildlife.

CropsPollution, Hazardous Materials, & ContaminationWaterWildlife
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Sesame Seed Oil Properties

Learn about sesame seed oil properties from experts at Oklahoma State extension.

CropsFood ProductsGrains & Oilseeds
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A Resource Guide for Beginning Farmers in Oklahoma

This circular serves as a beginners guide for farmers by providing resources and recommendations essential to starting a farm.

Beginning FarmingBusiness Planning & ManagementBusiness Strategy & MarketingCropsFarm & Ranch FinancesOrganic & Sustainable
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2020-2021 Small Grains Variety Performance Tests

At the time of writing this report, 2021 Oklahoma wheat production is estimated to be approximately 108 million bushels, which is about 4% higher than 2020 production and 2% lower than 2019 production

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Utilizing Heat Units in Oklahoma Cotton Production

Heat units are used in Oklahoma cotton production to monitor crop development, predict blooming and make decisions about crop inputs or protection.

CottonCrops
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Management of Insect and Mite Pests in Small Grains

The various insecticides for proper management of insect and mite pests and the instructions for using them in relation to small grains.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesCropsGrains & OilseedsInsects, Pests, and Diseases
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Fall Forage Production and First Hollow Stem Date for Wheat Varieties During the 2020-2021 Crop Year

An explanation of the genetic differences in wheat forage production potential and grazing duration among the most popular varieties grown in Oklahoma.

CropsForageGrains & OilseedsPastures & ForageWheat
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Understanding Grain Sorghum Irrigation Requirements in Oklahoma

Grain sorghum is generally believed to be a drought-tolerant crop that is well suited for rainfed systems in limited rainfall environments. While this is true, grain sorghum can respond to irrigation.

CropsGrains & Oilseeds
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