Gardening, Insects & Pest Management
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service develops programs based on science-based, objective information to help Oklahomans solve problems, promote leadership, and manage resources wisely. Below are Web sites and documents that provide information about Gardening, Insects & Pest Management.
The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service creates Fact Sheets to provide research based information on a variety of topics. Specific topics in the gardening, insects & pest management section include: lawn & garden care, insects & diseases, pesticides and plant diseases. Click on the links below to view Fact Sheets relating to these topics.
Lawn, Yard & Garden
Information for Fruit, Vegetable and Turf Growers and Commercial Producers
A collection of information regarding commercial horticulture and fruit, vegetable and turf production.
Master Gardener Program
The Master Gardener Program is a volunteer training program designed to help county extension centers meet the demands for consumer horticulture information.
Oklahoma Invasive Species
The Oklahoma Invasive Species Web site lists non-native species affecting Oklahoma and gives information about how to control them.
OK Plant ID
OK Plant ID is a database that helps users to identify common Oklahoma plants.
OK Plant Trees
OK Plant Trees provides resources for community forestry in the state of Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Gardening TV Show
For the last 33 years Oklahoma Gardening has endeavored to provide the best research-based gardening and horticulture information available on television.
Teach Plants helps students and educators with the identification of different plant types at different stages of growth.
Africanized Honey Bees
Information on the incidence of Africanized Honey Bees in Oklahoma.
Mosquitoes & West Nile Virus
Information on the incidence of Mosqitoes and West Nile Virus in Oklahoma
Red Imported Fire Ants
Information on the incidence of Red Fire Ants in Oklahoma
Integrated Pest Management
The Oklahoma Integrated Pest Management (IPM) program is a diverse, highly interdisciplinary program designed to be a first-line resource for IPM information to the rural and urban communities of Oklahoma.
Pinkston Education Facility for Structural and Urban Pest Control
The Pinkston Education Facility seeks to present both standard and unique construction methods and materials typically encountered during the application of a termite control program.
Plant Disease & Insects Diagnostic Laboratory
The Plant Disease & Insects Diagnostic Laboratory provides residents in the state of Oklahoma with both accurate diagnoses of plant diseases and insect pests and recommendations for their control.