Tom Royer, Oklahoma State University professor, Extension entomologist and Integrated Pest Management coordinator with the OSU Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, recently received the 2022 Friends of IPM Hall of Fame Award from the Southern IPM Center.
OSU Researchers began field work in January, capturing wild turkeys in southeastern Oklahoma and placing small transmitters on them during the winter months. This summer, they are collecting movement and demographic data from the devices.
Kiran Mysore of the Oklahoma State University Institute of Agricultural Biosciences (IAB) and the OSU Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology was recently awarded the 2022 Ruth Allen Award by The American Phytopathological Society.
Oklahoma State University researchers are studying the immunity traits of cattle with higher economic traits versus lesser economic traits in hopes of offering future insight to cattle producers regarding selection practices.
Kitty Cardwell, director of the Institute of Biosecurity and Microbial Forensics at Oklahoma State University, has received the FBI Director’s Award for Excellence in Training and Professional Development.
The National Institute of Food and Agriculture recently awarded a $323,000 grant to Oklahoma State University research and Extension faculty to refine the method in which scientists test a preliminary natural enemy (NE) threshold to determine its potential for infesting sorghum crops.
In partnership with the American Institute for Goat Research and Langston University, Oklahoma State University recently received a $500,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture to improve meat goat production.
Keith Owens, past associate vice president of the Oklahoma Agricultural Experiment Station at Oklahoma State University, has received the Southern Region Experiment Station Section Excellence in Leadership award from the Experiment Station Committee on Organization and Policy.
Andrea Jilling, assistant professor of environmental soil chemistry in the Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, has received a $374,590 National Science Foundation grant to study bioavailable nitrogen in plants.