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Using Pre-Emergent on Cool Season Turfgrass

Charles Fontanier, Assistant Professor of Turfgrass at OSU, is at the Turfgrass Research Center at The Botanic Garden at OSU to tell us more information about the use of pre-emergent herbicide for…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

Exceptional Cool Season Crops with Andrea

Oklahoma Gardening travels to Walters, OK to meet with Andrea Ballard, a homeowner who shows us her incredible cool season crop in this year's rainy cool weather. Airdate (05/29/21) #4748…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Warm Season Plants in Cover Crop Beds

Host Casey Hentges is getting an early planting of some tomatoes and peppers out in the cover crop beds and getting them prepared for the warmer weather ahead. Airdate (04-10-21) #4741 Questions?…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Growing a Garden in a Box

Host Casey Hentges creates an inexpensive box garden with a built in greenhouse that lets anyone grow some cool season crops. Airdate (10/10/20) #4715 Questions? To find out more information…

From  Elizabeth Brock on October 15th, 2020 0  

Living Mulch in High Tunnels

OSU Vegetable and Food Crop Specialist, Lynn Brandenberger, shows how he is using a 'crimper' on his living mulch in his high tunnel raised beds to reduce the amount of weeding, heat…

From  Elizabeth Brock on May 8th, 2020 0  

Assessing of Frost Damage in Vegetable Transplants

OSU Extension Plant Disease Diagnostician, Jennifer Olson, takes a look at some frost damage on vegetable plants. Airdate (04/25/20) #4643 Questions? To find out more information about show…

From  Elizabeth Brock on May 1st, 2020 0  

Don't Fuss with Asparagus

Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges plants some 'Mary Washington' variety asparagus crowns in her garden. Did you know that asparagus' are dioecious! Learn more with this…

From  Elizabeth Brock on April 17th, 2020 0  

DIY Bamboo Cage for Trellising Tomatoes

Host Casey Hentges is prepping her vegetable garden for her warm season tomatoes by building a bamboo trellis cage. It's simple to do and easy to store after the growing season is over. …

From  Elizabeth Brock on April 17th, 2020 0  

Using Frost Blankets for Cool Season Crops

OSU Payne County Extension Horticulturist, Keith Reed, shows how to use a frost blanket to shade cool season crops out at Our Daily Bread Food and Resource Center's community garden. Airdate…

From  Elizabeth Brock on April 17th, 2020 0  

SUNUP: Cow Calf Corner

Glenn Selk talks about winter supplements leading into spring calving season.

From  Kurtis Hair on March 6th, 2018 0