OSU Agriculture Field Days
2023 Field Days
Wheat & Forages Field Day
April 28, 2023
- 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at Tipton Valley Research Station (7753 State Highway 5) in Tipton. Register by April 24.
- Topics will include wheat varieties, wheat hay forage yield and quality study, herbicide trials, nitrogen fertility and wheat breeding.
Spring Turf & Landscape Field Day
May 17, 2023
- 8:20 a.m.-11:45 at OSU Turfgrass Research Center (3425 W. Virginia) in Stillwater. Check in at 8 a.m. Register by noon on May 11.
- Topics include a review of the current findings of the national research trials of bermudagrass, tall fescue, Kentucky bluegrass and zoysiagrass, as well as discussion on a non-traditional turf-type plant materials trial starting in 2023 and turfgrass disease issues of the season.
Lahoma Wheat Field Day
May 19, 2023
- 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at North Central Research Station (1 mile west of Lahoma on Highway 60). Register by May 12 to to be entered into a prize drawing.
- 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.
Panhandle Crops Field Day
Aug. 31, 2023
- 8:30 a.m.-noon at McCaull Research and Demonstration Farm in Goodwell. Register by Aug. 24 to to be entered into a prize drawing.
- Topics will include irrigation, the TAPS program, cotton, regenerative agriculture in semi-arid ecosystems, cover crops, forage systems and soil stewardship.
Peanut & Cotton Field Day
Sept. 14, 2023
- 5-8 p.m. at Caddo Research Station (28054 County Street 2540) in Ft. Cobb. Peanut blasting will start at 2:30 p.m. Register by Sept. 7 to to be entered into a prize drawing.
- Topics will include weed management, harvest aids in cotton, peanut varieties, soil fertility and irrigation management.
Fall Turf & Landscape Field Day
Sept. 20, 2023
- 8:30 a.m.-11:45 at OSU Turfgrass Research Center (3425 W. Virginia) in Stillwater. Register by Sept. 13.
- Topics include a review of the current findings of national research trials, summer survival of cool-season perennial grasses, introduction to new research initiated in 2023, turf pest and disease management and a continued look at non-traditional turf-type plant materials.
A message from Dr. 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.”