OSU Extension's pesticide safety education program provides training for pesticide
applicator certification, and promotes safe, effective use of pesticides.
Grasshoppers are difficult to control in the urban landscape, but homeowners can reduce their impact by barriers, insecticides and plant selection.
Facts about resistance phenomenon, risks in the different fungicide groups and general guidelines for managing opposition.
Learn about the strategy of managing or delaying resistance in winter wheat through the rotation of herbicides and use of herbicide premixes.
A guide to help assess the environmental integrity and functional operation of an existing or planned pesticide or fertilizer facility.
How to identify symptoms of several common diseases of stone fruit trees and how to administer effective control measures.
The goals of biological pest control and how to apply this strategy in the home landscape to keep desired landscape flourishing.
Management practices and options for controlling weeds in the Rangelands of Oklahoma.
The signs and management practices of fungal diseases in tomato plants.