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Wheat Harvest: Update 7/2/16
SUNUP is checking with David Marburger for a harvest recap and early results from the OSU Wheat Improvement Team’s research variety trials.
This Bites! 7/2/16
Justin Talley takes a comprehensive look at Oklahoma mosquitoes. Discussion includes insect types, breeding information and viruses such as Zika and West Nile.
Wheat for Cattle 7/9/16
Dave Lalman has advice for feeding wheat grain to cattle.
Spiders: Good and Bad 7/09/16
Andrine Shufran says there are more to black widow and brown recluse spiders than you may think.
Tuttle Library Story 7/9/16
See how Grady County 4-H ers are helping to expand literacy in their community.
Another Use for Used Water 7/16/16
Sergio Abit shows us Extension’s new wastewater demonstration site.
Let Me Tell You About The Wasps and The Bees 7/16/16
Eric Rebek explains how bees and wasps impact agriculture.
Diane's Signature Products 7/16/16
SUNUP travels to Oklahoma County where two women with a family recipe are growing a business one bottle at a time.
Sugarcane Aphids in Oklahoma, Again... 7/23/16
Tom Royer says its time to start scouting for Sugarcane Aphids in sorghum.
Summer Crops: Corn. Is it a fit for Oklahoma? 7/23/16
Josh Lofton explains how corn can fit into your cropping system.
Watching Margins, The Cattle Industry in Oklahoma 7/23/16
Damona Doye discusses how managing the cost of production on the farm or ranch can lead to long-term financial success and the upcoming Women in Agriculture ...
What is Blue-Green Algae? 7/23/16
SUNUP learns the science behind blue-green algae from Marley Beem and Bill Henley.
Is Your Soil Ready For Winter Crop? 7/30/16
Brian Arnall shares research about soil nutrition ahead of wheat planting.
Summer Crops: Sorghum 7/30/16
Josh Lofton looks at how sorghum can fit into a summer cropping program.
Canola College Reminder 7/30/16
Josh Lofton has information about next week’s Winter Canola Schools.
4-H Roundup 2016 7/30/16
SUNUP looks at Oklahoma’s 95th 4-H Roundup from the perspective of three 4-Hers’ in their first and final years.
Planning For The 2017 Wheat Crop 8/6/16
David Marburger shares where some wheat varieties performed best in the state and has advice for producers planning to graze cattle on wheat.
Are These Fish Safe To Eat? Yes, They Are 8/6/16
Marley Beem shows us yellow grub worms in fish and tells us if it’s okay for humans to consume them.
Kinslow Farms - Building a Legacy 8/6/16
SUNUP travels to Kingfisher County to learn about a man who has had the same address for 75 years and how his relatives are planning to keep the family name ...
Drip Irrigation Research 8/13/16
SUNUP visits with Saleh Taghvaeian about a DASNR drip irrigation research project. He also offers advice on establishing and maintaining a drip system.
Summer Crop: Sesame 8/13/16
Josh Lofton focuses on sesame, as he continues his rundown of summer crops.
OALP in Vietnam 8/13/16
SUNUP travels with recent graduates of the Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Program on their recent trip to Vietnam.
Preparing for Canola Planting 8/20/16
SUNUP kicks off our fair series with a trip to the Ottawa County Fair in Miami. Then, we talk about canola planting preparation with Josh Lofton.
Canola Decision Tool 8/20/16
Eric DeVuyst tells us about tools to help producers decide between planting wheat or canola. He also talks about decision tools for extending grazing of cattle ...
Summer Crops - Soybeans 8/20/16
Josh Lofton has the final summer crop in his series, soybeans.

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