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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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2021 Tomato Variety Suggestions

Selection of tomato varieties for the home or market garden should consider factors such as productivity, fruit characteristics, and disease resistance. Resista...

CropsTomatoesVegetables
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Cucumber Production

Information about the different cucumber varieties, production requirements, diseases and harvesting tips useful for producers.

CropsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesSquash, Melons, Pumpkins, CucumbersVegetables
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Mites in Small Grains

A description of commonly found plant-feeding grain mites, their characteristics and proper management tips.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesCropsGrains & OilseedsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesWheat
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Oklahoma Cropland Rental Rates: 2020-21

A 2020-2021 survey reporting the rental agreements, rates and influencing factors of leasing farmland in Oklahoma.

AlfalfaCottonCrop EconomicsCropsGrains & OilseedsHayPastures & ForageSoybeans
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Melon Production

Information about the different melon varieties, production requirements, diseases and harvesting tips useful for producers.

CropsInsects, Pests, and DiseasesSquash, Melons, Pumpkins, CucumbersVegetables
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Grain Sorghum Performance Trials in Oklahoma

Results for the annual grain sorghum tests conducted by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service.

CropsGrain Sorghum - MiloGrains & Oilseeds
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