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Beetles enjoying a buffet of saltcedar in Oklahoma
STILLWATER, Okla. – It has been a hard days night, and they have been working like a dog. Saltcedar beetles may be the new rock stars for property owners in Oklahoma.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
Pheasant numbers up, a little
STILLWATER, Okla. – The numbers are promising, at least up from last year, giving Oklahoma pheasant hunters something to look forward to when the season opens Dec. 1.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
Bucks on the move for opening weekend
STILLWATER, Okla. – Bucks have only one thing on their minds this time of year, and it is not the person sitting in the tree stand with a rifle pointed squarely in their direction.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
More than three little piggies running loose in Oklahoma
STILLWATER, Okla. – They do not build their houses out of straw, sticks or bricks, but feral hogs have found a home in Oklahoma.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
A little planning goes far with prescribed burning
STILLWATER, Okla. – There is nothing better than when a plan comes together. Also, in this case, there is nothing worse than when there was no plan to start with.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
OSU Extension offers thousands of documents through POD
STILLWATER, Okla. – Imagine a world at your fingertips where virtually endless supplies of useful and scientifically proven information could be accessed and put into practice for whatever objectives you may have.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
Fire danger on the rise
STILLWATER, Okla. – It is fire season in Oklahoma. About this time every year, Oklahomans watch thousands upon thousands of acres of land burn up in wildfires.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
OSU receives grant to investigate redcedar, biofuels and water
STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma landowners have been hearing for years that removing the eastern redcedar trees from their property is essential for proper land management.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
First Hollow Stem Advisor tool available through Mesonet
STILLWATER, Okla. – March 15 has historically been a date for wheat producers to remember. Waiting much longer than that to pull cattle from wheat fields would result in a drastic decrease in yield.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu
Don’t let pond issues become major problems
Managing ponds is a lot like doing laundry in the sense that if you do not keep up with it, you could be overwhelmed.
Located in Users / sean.hubbard@okstate.edu

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