Oklahoma Gardening television program meets with different OSU specialists to cover
topics such as fruit maintenance, tree nut processing, and planting.
Apples & Pears
Grapes & Wine
Peaches & Nectarines
Pecans & Walnuts
Information intended for home growers regarding concerns about pesticide residues, drift, toxicity and their application methods.
This article describes plants that are suitable for Oklahoma due to their heat and drought tolerance as well as commercial availability.
Weed control basics for preemergence and postemergence herbicide principles in fruit tree crops.
The steps, resources and references available to manage weeds in small fruit crops.
Data compares the amount of spray volume materials needed for peaches and nectarines based on the timing and pests involved.
The standards of produce safety highlighting the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and the Produce Safety Rule (PSR).
The more typical larvae of the common insect species found in pecans and on pecan trees in Oklahoma are looked at in detail.
The four basic ways of establishing a pecan tree its advantages and disadvantages of each method.