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OSU Agriculture Field Days are educational events presented by OSU Ag Research and Extension to share research-based information and resources with Oklahomans. Field days showcase current agricultural research and relevant best practices through presentations, tours, hands-on workshops and discussion at little or no cost.

 

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OSU Agriculture enhances

field day events

 

Oklahoma State University Ag Research and OSU Extension are strengthening their ties to each other and Oklahoma communities by publicizing their field day events as both OSU Ag Research and Extension educational events. Alongside field research, the lineup of OSU Agriculture Field Days will also highlight the research of laboratory scientists, such as microbiologists and geneticists and some of the social and economic research that goes into agricultural research and rural issues.


Backyard Fruit Tree Workshop

     Feb. 19, 2022

    • 9-11:30 a.m. or 1:30-4 p.m. at Cimarron Valley Research Station (1003 E. 104th Street) in Perkins. Alternate date in case of inclement weather is Feb. 26.
    • Topics will include what fruit trees grow well in Oklahoma, how to select the correct cultivar and soil type and what type of trees require pollinators. 

23rd Annual Crop Production Clinic

     March 1, 2022

    • 8:30 a.m.-3:45 p.m. at the Oklahoma Panhandle Research and Extension Center in Goodwell.
    • Topics will include corn flexibility, irrigation, herbicides and weed management, fertilizer pricing and more.

Tipton Wheat

Field Day

     April 26, 2022

    • 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Southwest Agronomy Research Station (7753 State Highway 5) in Tipton.
    • Topics will include wheat varieties, wheat hay forage yield and quality study, herbicide trials, nitrogen fertility and wheat breeding.

Chickasha Wheat

Field Day

     April 29, 2022

    • 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at South Central Research Station (1105 E. Iowa St.) in Chickasha
    • Topics will include wheat varieties, breeding, nutrient management and weed management. Continuing education units have been applied for, and lunch will be provided.

Lahoma Field Day

     May 13, 2022

    • 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at North Central Research Station (1 mile west of Lahoma on Highway 60)
    • Topics will include wheat varieties, breeding, fertility, disease and pest and weed management. Continuing education units have been applied for, and lunch will be provided.

Summer Field Day

     July 25, 2022

    • 9-11 a.m. at Cimarron Valley Research Station (1003 E. 104th St.) in Perkins.
    • Topics will include grafted watermelon, pepper, and tomato production, sweet potato production, cover cropping for pollinators, asparagus establishment and variety trial, grapevine production and pecan crop load and need for thinning.

 

 

 

Dr. Scott Senseman

“There is an interconnectivity between ag research and Extension, and we want to build on that interconnectivity. Our Field Days programming highlights OSU’s land-grant mission by bringing Extension and research together.”

- Dr. Scott Senseman

 

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