From November to January, pecan producers should be continuing harvest and preparing for a new year in the orchard.
The Noble Research Institute and Oklahoma State University developed the Pecan Loss Calculator to estimate the number of pounds and dollars lost as a result of pecan harvester inefficiency and wild pig rooting damage.
Crickets, ants, beetles, spiders and scorpions can be problematic for rural homes. Be an amateur exterminator with these DIY pest control tips.
Knowing key plants enables producers to develop management plans that address the specific needs of the plant community.
Noble Research Institute researchers work on year-round grazing systems through ongoing studies and new technologies.
DNA testing has become an economically viable tool that should be used when making selection decisions for commercial cattle producers.
Garden design is an important consideration when planning and building a raised bed or container garden that will be easy to manage.
Noble Research Institute plant breeders have developed a new crabgrass cultivar that is later-maturing than Red River crabgrass. Impact crabgrass is adapted for the south-central and southeastern U.S. and is available through Barenbrug, USA.
History has shown that the pecan industry is resilient, but the tariff trouble is proving to be just one hurdle the U.S. pecan industry needs to overcome. Thanks to recent storms, pecan growers now have bigger problems.
Lady beetles appear in southern Oklahoma almost every fall. Oklahoma State University Extension offers information on how they got here and how to manage them.