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Library Book Chutes

Book chutes were installed at the Library in 1926. Learn more about the infamous Elsie Hand on Flat, Cool & Acid-free…

From  Nina Thornton on September 14th, 2021 0  

Using Straw Wattles in the Garden

Host Casey Hentges shows us how we can use a straw wattle, tubes of rice straw manufactured for use in the control and prevention of erosion, to line a perimeter around a garden bed. Airdate…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

Repotting Orchids and their Preferred Potting Medium

Doug Needham, a former Professor in the Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture at OSU, shares with us his wisdom of repotting different kinds of orchids and which potting material will…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

Identifying Fall ArmyWorms in Your Lawn

Eric Rebek, Professor of Entomology and Plant Pathology at OSU, gives us insight about all the little worms we're seeing eat up our turfgrass this time of year. These little guys are Spodoptera…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

Growing lots of Produce in a Small Space Pallet Garden

Casey wanted to give us an update about the many variety of plants we have growing in our little 4x4 pallet garden we constructed a few years ago. You can grow a lot of produce even in a small space!…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

Looking at Different Clematis

Host Casey Hentges shows us a couple different kinds of Clematis that we have growing in The Botanic Garden at OSU. The first one is a variety known as 'Mrs. Robert Brydon' that has an…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

A look at a French Style Potager Garden

We visit with Dee Nash who shows us her home potager garden. Potager is a French styled kitchen garden that it is centered on vegetables, fruits, and herbs rather than flowers like the English…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

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  

Row Covers to help Prevent Squash Bugs

We travel to Lane, Oklahoma where Jim Shrefler, the South Eastern Oklahoma Area Horticulture Specialist, gives us an update on the yellow squash research they have going on and how different fabrics…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 8th, 2021 0  

Oklahoma Proven 2021 Annual, Cuphea

David Hillock, Consumer Horticulture Specialist from OSU, tells us a little about Oklahoma Proven, OKP ( http://www.oklahomaproven.org/ ), and demonstrates how they have chosen Cuphea as this years…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Bellflowers in the Shade Garden

Host Casey Hentges introduces us to a flower that does well in the shade garden, the Campanula punctata, Bellflower and comes in a few colors to choose from. Airdate (06/26/21) #4752 Questions? …

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Harvesting Fennel and using it in a Fennel and Grape Salad

0:00 Harvesting Fennel Casey decides to harvest some of the fennel we have growing in the garden. Most people harvest the bulb of the fennel but the leaves and stems are edible as well and Casey…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

Algae Control in Ponds and Water Gardens

Mike Miller from Pond Pro in Shawnee, explains to us how not all algae is bad in the pond and tells us what to look out for in our water gardens. Airdate (06/26/21) #4752 Questions? To find out…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0