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    • Your side of the fence, summer 2014

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    • A bi-annual guide to help landowners gain in-depth information from experienced biologists in all corners of the state.; Managing aquatic vegetation in ponds by Chris Whisenhunt; From egg to adult: frogs and toads across Oklahoma by Curtis Tackett;...
    • 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.;...
    • 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...
    • Primary sources of county road funding

    • Roads--Oklahoma--Finance.; Bridges--Oklahoma--Finance.; Taxation--Oklahoma.
    • Funding for county road and bridge construction, improvement, and/or maintenance in Oklahoma comes from a variety of sources including federal, state, and local sources. The vast majority of county road funding typically comes from five state...
    • Extension cotton project annual report, 2012

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    • An effective cotton integrated pest management (IPM) program includes all aspects of production. This report contains summarized data from various applied research trials and demonstrations that address many different cotton production components....
    • 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...
    • Duties and responsibilities of elected county officials

    • County government--Oklahoma.; County officials and employees--Oklahoma.
    • By Oklahoma law, there are nine county offices where the officials responsible for the offices are elected by the eligible voters within the county. The elected officials are three county commissioners, a county clerk, a county assessor, a county...
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • Ad valorem taxes

    • Ad valorem tax--Oklahoma.
    • Property taxes are authorized by the Oklahoma Constitu­tion. Both the use of a property tax and the number of mills levied are listed in Article 10 of the Oklahoma Constitution as an ad valorem tax. Thus, the terms property tax and ad valorem tax...
    • Pest management needs assessment for Oklahoma canola producers

    • Canola--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.; Pesticides--Oklahoma.; Pests--Control--Oklahoma.
    • Canola is an attractive rotational crop for Great Plains wheat producers because it is a broadleaf crop adapted to winter production and may be sold for vegetable oil in the U.S. A wheat/canola rotation would allow wheat producers an opportunity to...
    • Community poultry and garden exchange

    • Community gardens--Olahoma.; Poultry--Oklahoma.; Food--Oklahoma.
    • This study will look at the possibilities for forming coalitions to support the development of community egg, fruit and vegetable production to meet the needs of eligible low income Oklahomans in both urban and rural settings.
    • 2013 environmental resource guide

    • Environmental education--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • For those interested in getting more actively engaged in protecting Oklahoma's environment, this resource guide can serve as a starting point for identifying the agencies and organizations across Oklahoma that serve to educate and assist the...
    • Extension cotton project annual report, 2013

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    • An effective cotton integrated pest management (IPM) program includes all aspects of production. This report contains summarized data from various applied research trials and demonstrations that address many different cotton production components....
    • Burn plan for prescribed burning

    • Prescribed burning.; Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.
    • A burn plan helps to determine the safest and easiest way to complete tasks before, during and after a prescribed burn. The most important reason for having a burn plan is to thoroughly think about each action before striking the match. The burn...
    • The best time of year to conduct prescribed burns

    • Prescribed burning.
    • When is the best time of year to burn? This is one of the main questions many land owners and managers often ask about prescribed burning. Timing of prescribed burns will vary depend­ing upon specific land management goals and objectives. Timing...
    • Fire effects in native plant communities

    • Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Environmental aspects.; Endemic plants.;
    • Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies, shrublands, and forests throughout Oklahoma....
    • Master cattleman quarterly, 12/2013, v.21

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    • Payne County Extenstion to Offer Electric Fencing Seminar, Dave Lalman; Stocker Budgets - A Planning Tool You Can Use, Roger Sahs; Marketing Cull Cows: Does Body Condition Score Matter?, Kellie Curry Raper, Jon T. Biermacher; High Priced Cow-Herd...
    • Management after wildfire

    • Wildfire risk--Management.; Forests and forestry--Fire management.
    • What can Landowners do to manage property after a wildfire?; Has your property been affected by wildfire? Are you unsure about what to do now and who to turn to for help? Wildfires can be devastating to homes, barns, hay bales, or standing grass...
    • 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...
    • Impacts of lead ammunition and sinkers on wildlife

    • Hunting--Equipment and supplies--Environmental aspects.; Fishing tackle--Environmental aspects.; Lead--Environmental aspects.
    • This document is intended to provide information to sports­men/women on the impacts of lead on wildlife species from recreational sport hunting and fishing. Discussion and interest on this subject has been growing within the natural resource, and...
    • Pest management needs assessment for Oklahoma cotton producers

    • Cotton--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.; Pesticides--Oklahoma.; Pests--Control--Oklahoma.
    • The objective of this survey was to identify pest management needs of Oklahoma cotton producers and use the information to guide Oklahoma State University’s research and Extension programs in addressing their most critical needs.
    • Extension cotton project annual report, 2011

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    • An effective cotton integrated pest management (IPM) program includes all aspects of production. This report contains summarized data from various applied research trials and demonstrations that address many different cotton production components....
    • Firebreaks for prescribed burning

    • Prescribed burning.; Fuelbreaks.
    • Firebreaks, also known as fireguards, are one of the most important elements of a properly conducted prescribed fire. Firebreaks should be constructed by removing vegetation and exposing bare ground or mineral soil. This is done to keep the fire...
    • Summary of the soil carbon sequestration assessment program

    • Carbon sequestration--Oklahoma.; Carbon offsetting--Oklahoma.; Soil conservation--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma Carbon Program.
    • The initiation of the Oklahoma Carbon Program facilitated the need for expansion of research and Extension activities by the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences related to soil carbon sequestration in Oklahoma soils. Prior to the initiation of...
    • 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...
    • Pest management needs assessment for Oklahoma peanut producers

    • Peanuts--Diseases and pests--Oklahoma.; Pesticides--Oklahoma.; Pests--Control--Oklahoma.
    • The objective of this survey was to identify pest management needs of Oklahoma peanut producers to guide Oklahoma State University’s research and Extension programs in addressing their most critical needs. The survey asked Oklahoma peanut...
    • Equine news, summer 2013

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    • Hay and Pasture Production; Excerpt from OSU ANSI-3981 Managing Grazing of Horses: Forage Nutrient Utilization; Forage Nutritive Value; Revisiting a 2009 article reviewing a research project on hay quantity versus quality: Research from grass hay...
    • An introduction to the land application of drilling mud in Oklahoma

    • Drilling muds--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.; Oil well drilling--Waste disposal--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.; Land treatment of wastewater--Oklahoma.; Soils--Trace element content--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma Corporation Commission--Rules and...
    • With the recent boom in oil and gas exploration there also is an increase in waste produced from the drilling process. Many agricultural producers have opportunities to provide their property as disposal sites for drilling “mud” applications...
    • Oklahoma garden planning guide

    • Vegetable gardening--Oklahoma.
    • Well-planned, properly managed home gardens can furnish Oklahoma families with flavorful, high quality, fresh vegetables from spring through fall, as well as for processing or storing for winter.
    • ATV safety

    • All terrain vehicles--Safety measures.; Agriculture--Safety measures.; Farms--Safety measures.
    • Farm use of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) has increased dra­matically in the last few years. ATVs were originally designed for recreation. However, the mobility of ATVs and recent develop­ment of racks, PTOs, and drawbars, make them a useful tool...
    • Pest management needs assessment for Oklahoma soybean producers

    • Soybean--Pests and diseases--Oklahoma.; Pesticides--Oklahoma.; Pests--Control--Oklahoma.
    • The objective of this survey was to identify pest management needs of Oklahoma soybean producers and use that information to guide Oklahoma State University’s research and Extension programs in addressing their most critical needs. The survey...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2006

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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...

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