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Green Stem Syndrome in Soybean

By Josh Lofton, John Damicone, Anna Zander and Sarah Kezar. Learn about green-stem, or green pod syndrome, which has become one of the biggest challenges for Oklahoma soybean producers.

CropsGrains & OilseedsSoybeans
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Protein Concentration of Winter Wheat Varieties in Oklahoma 2020–2021

By Amanda de Oliveira Silva, Robert Calhoun, Brett Carver, Tina Johnson and Molly Sawatzky. Learn about new research about protein concentration of winter wheat varieties.

CropsGrains & OilseedsWheat
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Impacts of Winter and Summer Crop Selection on the Performance of Double-crop Systems

Information on how the previous summer crop effects the yields, emergence and seeding vigor of grain sorghum, soybean, corn, and sesame summer cash crops.

CanolaCornCropsGrain Sorghum - MiloGrains & OilseedsSoybeans
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Economically Optimal Planting of Dual-Purpose Wheat

Learn the best time to plant dual-purpose wheat for the best economic outcome.

Beef CattleCropsGrains & OilseedsLivestockWheat
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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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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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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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