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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  

Properly Washing Your Leafy Greens

Barbara Brown, Extension Food Specialist, shows us how to properly wash your leafy greens. Airdate (04/03/21) #4740 Questions? To find out more information about show topics as well as recipes,…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 31st, 2021 0  

How to Identify Grass

OSU Turfgrass Specialist, Justin Moss, identifies what makes a grass a grass by observing several different physical traits such as: texture, inflorescence “seed head”, ligule…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 14th, 2020 0  

Iris Problems??

In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges is dividing and transplanting irises in our garden to ensure of more irises to come next spring. Here’s four general tips if your irises…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 6th, 2020 0  

6 Parts of the Plant We Eat

OSU Extension Assistant Specialist, Shelley Mitchell, has some fun activities for children to explore the 6 different parts of the plant that we eat. Airdate (07/11/20) #4702 Questions? To find…

From  Elizabeth Brock on August 6th, 2020 0  

How to take care of Black Rot and Leaf Spots

Welcome to Oklahoma Gardening! OSU Plant Disease Diagnostician, Jennifer Olson, keeps our grapes healthy by looking at the foliage for a fungi called Black Rot. These leaf spots happen because of…

From  Elizabeth Brock on June 12th, 2020 0  

Colorful Kaleidoscope of Coleus

Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges shows us a kaleidoscope of colorful Coleus to add interest in your garden. From ColorBlaze® Wicked Witch™ Coleus to 'Marrakesh'…

From  Elizabeth Brock on May 8th, 2020 0  

SUNUP: Wheat Leaf Rust

OkState Extension Wheat Pathologist Bob Hunger talks about scouting wheat leaf rust and how DASNR’s Wheat Improvement Team researches the fungus while developing potential new varieties.