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    • Grain sorghum performance trials in Oklahoma, 2001

    • Sorghum--Oklahoma--Testing--Periodicals.
    • Trial objectives and Procedures Each year, performance trials for hybrid grain sorghums are conducted by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service to provide producers, extension educators, industry representatives, and researchers with...
    • Land judging in Oklahoma

    • Soils--Oklahoma--Quality.; Land use--Judging--Oklahoma.; Land capacity for agriculture--Judging--Oklahoma.
    • Judging Land Land judging is a recently added judging event in the field of agriculture. Land can be judged much like animals or crops. In judging crops, we look at the size, shape, and quality and determine which is the best. Similarly, when...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2009

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    • Oklahoma cotton producers can increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their lo­cations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much greater...
    • Oklahoma pasture rental rates, 2012-13

    • Farm rents--Rates--Oklahoma.; Pastures--Prices--Oklahoma.
    • Rental agreements and rates are influenced by the landowner’s costs, the tenant’s expected earnings, previous rates charged, competition for the land, government programs, tax laws, and the non-agricultural economy. The results of a statewide...
    • Winter canola performance trials, 2011-2012.

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    • Production season The 2011-2012 canola production season in Oklahoma was good to excellent. Most parts of the state received adequate rainfall to produce an average to above average yields. In the spring we experienced several storms that did cause...
    • Common diseases of conifers in Oklahoma

    • Conifers--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.
    • Foliage diseases of conifers can be of great importance to the survival and general vigor of these trees in Oklahoma. The green needles of conifers often represent several years of growth and the tree depends upon all of these needles for its...
    • Oklahoma corn performance trials, 2011

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    • Each year the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service conducts corn performance trials in Oklahoma. These trials provide producers, extension educators, industry representatives, and researchers with information on corn hybrids marketed in Oklahoma....
    • Oklahoma pasture rental rates, 2008-09

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    • Rental agreements and rates are influenced by the landowner’s costs, the tenant’s expected earnings, previ­ous rates charged, competition for the land, government programs, tax laws, and the non-agricultural economy. The results of a statewide...
    • Oklahoma pasture rental rates, 2010-11

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    • Rental agreements and rates are influenced by the landowner’s costs, the tenant’s expected earnings, previous rates charged, competition for the land, government programs, tax laws, and the non-agricultural economy. The results of a statewide...
    • Field key to beetles in pines

    • Pine--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.; Beetles--Identification.
    • This key is designed to serve as a guide to identification of the more typical adult inner-bark and wood-boring beetles attacking Oklahoma pine trees. The key consists of two parts, one for adult insects and one for galleries made by the insects.
    • Oklahoma panhandle corn performance trials, 2006

    • Corn--Oklahoma--Testing--Periodicals.
    • Each year the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service conducts corn performance trials in the Oklahoma panhandle. These trials provide producers, extension educators, industry representatives, and researchers with information on corn hybrids...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2007

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    • Cotton producers in Oklahoma could often increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Economic impact of conservation dollars in Oklahoma

    • Conservation of natural resources--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.
    • This report documents the potential economic impact generated from federal and state funding of conservation projects throughout Oklahoma. The analysis uses input-output techniques to estimate the multiplier effect of conservation funding by...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2004

    • Cotton--Varieties--Oklahoma.
    • Many cotton producers in Oklahoma could increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by growing varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Field key to larvae in pecans

    • Pecan--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.; Larvae--Identification.
    • This key is designed to serve as a guide to identification of the more typical larvae of the common insect species found in pecans and on pecan trees in Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma cropland rental rates, 2012-13

    • Farm rents--Rates--Oklahoma.; Agriculture--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.
    • Rental agreements and rates are influenced by the landowner’s costs, the tenant’s expected earnings, previ­ous rates charged, competition for the land, government programs, tax laws, and the non-agricultural economy. The results of a statewide...
    • Cropland management during a drought

    • Droughts.; Soil management.; Crops and water.; Wheat--Oklahoma.
    • Irrigation is the only way to eliminate the impacts of drought › Yet, it can’t overcome the excessive heat that can accompany drought Severe drought will result in crop failure regardless of management Management that increases the...
    • Oklahoma corn performance trials, 2012

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    • Each year the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service conducts corn performance trials in Oklahoma. These trials provide producers, extension educators, industry representatives, and researchers with information on corn hybrids marketed in Oklahoma....
    • Shade tree borers

    • Borers (Insects)--Control.; Shade trees--Diseases and pests.
    • The term “borer” refers to the larval stage of some beetles and moths that feed inside the stems, branches, or trunks of plants, particularly woody plants. For example, roundheaded and flatheaded borers are the larvae of longhorned beetles and...
    • Oklahoma cropland rental rates, 2010-11

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    • Rental agreements and rates are influenced by the landowner’s costs, the tenant’s expected earnings, previ­ous rates charged, competition for the land, government programs, tax laws, and the non-agricultural economy. The results of a statewide...
    • Oklahoma corn performance trials, 2009

    • Corn--Oklahoma--Testing--Periodicals.
    • Each year the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service conducts corn performance trials in Oklahoma. These trials provide producers, extension educators, industry representatives, and researchers with information on corn hybrids marketed in Oklahoma....
    • Site disturbance and tree decline

    • Forest site quality--Oklahoma.; Forest declines--Oklahoma.
    • Retaining older, established trees in the landscape of newly constructed buildings, roads, sidewalks, or utilities is often a major objective of a landscape plan. Trees which are thought to be “saved” often go into a decline and die. In a few...
    • Oklahoma corn performance trials, 2013

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    • Each year the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service conducts corn performance trials in Oklahoma. These trials provide producers, extension educators, industry representatives, and researchers with information on corn hybrids marketed in Oklahoma....
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2008

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    • Oklahoma cotton producers could increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much greater...
    • Hypoxylon canker of oaks

    • Oak--Diseases and pests.; Hypoxylon.; Fungal diseases of plants.
    • One of the greatest losses that a homeowner can experience is the loss of a tree. Not only is a tree an aesthetic part of the yard but it also provides shade for the homeowner as well as shelter for birds and other animals. Trees in the landscape...
    • Oklahoma cropland rental rates, 2008-09

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    • Rental agreements and rates are influenced by the landowner’s costs, the tenant’s expected earnings, previous rates charged, competition for the land, government programs, tax laws, and the non-agricultural economy. The results of a statewide...
    • Oklahoma corn performance trials, 2010

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    • Each year the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service conducts corn performance trials in Oklahoma. These trials provide producers, extension educators, industry representatives, and researchers with information on corn hybrids marketed in Oklahoma....
    • Sesame research at OSU in 2010

    • Sesame--Oklahoma.
    • In 2010, a significant amount of sesame research was carried out at the OSU North Central Research Station at Lahoma, OK to improve best management practices. Stud­ies included, nitrogen fertilizer trials, row spacing and several herbicide...
    • Rural broadband availability and adoption in Oklahoma

    • Broadband communication systems--Oklahoma.
    • Rural areas generally lag behind their urban counterparts in terms of broadband Internet access, a discrepancy commonly known as the “digital divide.” Nationally, the divide was approximately 12 percentage points as of 2009, with 54% of rural...
    • Handbook for county sheriffs of Oklahoma 2012

    • County officials and employees--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; County government--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Sheriffs--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • This is the first edition of the Handbook for County Sheriffs of Oklahoma.; This handbook has been prepared for use primarily by County Sheriffs, their deputies, and other employees in the County Sheriff’s office to aid them in performing their...
    • Pesticide reports, 08/2012

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    • Fumigation Practical; New Use Restrictions on Insecticide Chlorpyrifos Address Bystander Risk From Spray Drift; The EPA Denies Petition Seeking Emergency Suspension of Clothianidin and Releases Petition for Public Review; Colorado Court Hands...
    • County government financial trends report for Sequoyah County

    • Sequoyah County (Okla.)--Appropriations and expenditures--Statistics.
    • The financial trends of Sequoyah County government are reviewed in this report. The review covers fiscal years 1992-2004. General Fund total revenues and expenditures are presented in nominal (actual) and real (inflation adjusted) dollars. General...
    • A practical guide to food plots in the southern Great Plains

    • Wildlife habitat improvement--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; White-tailed deer--Food--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wildlife attracting--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • Many landowners wish to understand the role of food plots in wildlife man­agement. Therefore, we created this guide to provide basic ecology for select game species, as well as science-based and realistic information on how food plots may relate.;...

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