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Grasshoppers of the Choctaw Nation in Southeast Oklahoma

Orthoptera is the order of insects that includes grasshoppers, katydids and crickets. These insects are recognizable by their shape and the presence of jumping hind legs.

Insects, Pests, and Diseases
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Smallseed Falseflax Management in Winter Wheat

A native to Europe, smallseed falseflax was first introduced to North America in the 19th century, likely as a contaminant in flax seed (Linum usitatissimum L.) and other crops (Francis and Warwick 2009).

Insects, Pests, and DiseasesWeed ControlWeeds & Invasive Plants
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Key to Female Bumble Bees of Oklahoma

Learn the environmental role that bees play as well as the cause of their population decline and how to identify the species.

Bees & Beneficial InsectsInsects, Pests, and Diseases
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Sampling for Pinewood Nematodes

Guidelines for sampling pine trees showing symptoms of early and advanced symptoms of the devastating pine wilt disease.

Commercial Agriculture Insects, Pests, & DiseasesInsects, Pests, and Diseases
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Calibrating a Low-Pressure Ground Sprayer: Boom-Mounted Nozzles

Learn the best practices for calibrating a low-pressure ground sprayer boom-mounted nozzle for the best results when applying pesticides.

Equipment & Structures for Farms & RanchesEquipment for Farms and RanchesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesIrrigationIrrigation ManagementPesticidesWater
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Pear Rust

Pear trees are planted in the landscape for their ornamental spring blooms or edible fruits. They are tolerant of most soils and adapt readily to many regions. However, pear trees are susceptible to a disease called pear rust that causes spots on leaves and destruction of the fruit.

FungicidesInsects, Pests, and DiseasesPesticides
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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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