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Tomato Trellising with Cattle Panels

Keith Reed, OSU Extension Horticulturist for Payne County, shows us his cattle panel tomato trellis from the community garden of Our Daily Bread and tells us some of the ups and downs that he’s…

From  Elizabeth Brock on September 24th, 2020 0  

Gardening is Year Round! Plant Your Fall Garden Now.

Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges reminds us that gardening is year round and is getting the fall vegetable garden ready by removing plants in the summer that are no longer producing and…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 6th, 2020 0  

Tomato Variety in Lycopene

Lynda Carrier, OSU Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, has some great performing tomatoes for the home garden that are also potentially healthier because of their high lycopene content. These…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 6th, 2020 0  

2020 Tomato Varieties

Lynda Carrier looks in on a tomato variety trail and compares some observations of this years (2020) tomatoes to last years (2019). The trail takes place in three different locations; field grown,…

From  Elizabeth Brock on June 29th, 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  

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  

A Spicy Salsa Garden in a Container

In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening, we plant a spicy salsa garden in a container. We manage to get a tomato plant, a pepper plant, some cilantro, and onion chives all in one container! Airdate…

From  Elizabeth Brock on April 17th, 2020 0