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.
The mission of OSU Ag Research is to conduct research on agriculture, natural resources,
rural economies and social issues to increase science-based knowledge and develop
technology to improve the lives of Oklahomans.