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2016 Archive

Edmond North High School wins 2016 Oklahoma Envirothon

The Edmond North High School team placed first at the second annual Oklahoma Envirothon competition held this month at the Noble Research Institute.

Carroll wins first place in 2016 Junior Beef Contest

Noble Research Institute announced the winners of the 2015-2016 Junior Beef Excellence Program during a special awards program at the Southern Oklahoma Technology Center on Saturday, April 16, in Ardmore.

It takes a village

I met some incredibly innovative people that gave and gave but only asked one thing from me: that I share their stories.

New journal tabs Noble Research Institute scientist as first editor

Noble Research Institute Associate Professor Carolyn Young, Ph.D., has been named editor-in-chief of the American Phytopathological Society (APS) Phytobiomes journal.

Small farmers make big differences

From city to village, GPS-directed tractors to hand hoes, the last week has put agriculture into a new perspective.

Alliance starts premium replacement female program

The program is designed to help producers identify and select the right animal to become a profitable cow on their ranch.

Niche market opportunities emerge for rye

There are three emerging niche uses for rye of which farmers in the region should be aware.

Cow-calf research evaluates fall, winter forage systems

Data and comments from Year 1 of a cow-calf study as part of Forage 365.

Few spiders pose serious health risks to people

Of the approximately 3,500 species of spiders identified in the U.S. and Canada, no more than 21 species pose serious health risks to people.

Field days demonstrate small grain varieties

Five varieties were planted in two-drill-width wide plots (with four replications) at five producer sites in western Oklahoma.