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March 12 to March 18: A "Masked Bandit," Pecan Patience and Green Cells

Spring has sprung in southern Oklahoma. Noble Research Institute researchers have full schedules keeping up with all the springtime activities related to crop and livestock production. Here's a quick...
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Last Week in Noble Research: To Space, India and the Ranch

Noble Research Institute researchers work toward agricultural advancements for the benefit of farmers, ranchers and consumers in the Southern Great Plains and beyond – perhaps even to outer space one...
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Last Week in Noble Research: Valentine's Cells, Lunch and Frost Recovery

Here's a quick look at a few of the many research activities from last week at the Noble Research Institute. 1 Monday, Feb. 13 How do roots grow? We're learning more every day. Root cells of...
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What Does Efficiency Mean to You?

That's the question our agricultural education services group is asking at the National Cattlemen's Beef Association 2017 Cattle Industry Convention and NCBA Trade Show. For the past five years, the...
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Too Many Stories, Too Little Time

Everywhere you turn at the Noble Research Institute, you're bound to run into a story. And generally, one story leads to another. And another. And another. Our story begins with one man, Lloyd Noble,...
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Noble Employees Help Clean Up 70 Acres Near Airport

Noble Research Institute employees, took part of the self-quarantine time to give back to the local community by cleaning up the Ardmore Downtown Executive Airport.

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10 Agriculture-Related Instagram Accounts You Should Follow

Whether you’re in the cattle industry and want to see your peers at work or you are someone who is simply captivated by farm life, here are 10 of the top agriculture-related Instagram accounts you need to follow today.

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Armyworms: What You Need to Know

The key to keeping armyworms below the economic threshold is scouting for activity at least every other day, when they are small and easier to control, as well as identifying if you have fall armyworms or beet armyworms.

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