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    • How to use Agweather's peanut leaf spot advisor

    • Crops and climate--Oklahoma.; Peanuts--Diseases and pests.
    • You can get a jump on early peanut leaf spot infection by turning to the Peanut Leaf Spot Advisor on the Mesonet Agweather Web site, http://agweather.mesonet.org. The Agweather Peanut Leaf Spot Advisor is an online weather-based management tool...
    • How to use Agweather's pecan scab advisor

    • Crops and climate--Oklahoma.; Pecan--Diseases and pests.
    • Pecans are the staple of many American traditions; pies during the holidays, ice cream in the summer and delectable chocolates year round. It’s no wonder more than 134 million pounds of pecans are consumed each year. However, pecans are under...
    • Extension cotton project annual report, 2013

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    • An effective cotton integrated pest management (IPM) program includes all aspects of production. This report contains summarized data from various applied research trials and demonstrations that address many different cotton production components....
    • How to use Agweather's garden watering advisor

    • Gardening--Oklahoma.
    • Watering fruits and vegetables can be a real guessing game. The Oklahoma Mesonet has designed an online tool to let you know when to water your plants based on your plant’s water needs. By watering only when your plants need it, you reduce water...
    • How to use Agweather's drift risk advisor

    • Crops and climate--Oklahoma.; Pesticides--Application--Oklahoma.;
    • Spray applicators are faced with the challenge of avoiding spray drift. Spray drift is defined as “the output from an agricultural crop sprayer that is deflected out of the target area,” typically caused by wind. Spray drift can be hazardous to...
    • Sensors : sensor industry in Oklahoma, 2010, v.3 no.1

    • Detectors--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Scientific apparatus and instruments industry--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The sensor industry is flourishing right here in Oklahoma.; The growth exists through research and development coming out of Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, through testing and certification capabilities at the University Multispectral...
    • Cotton comments

    • Cotton--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • "This is the first issue of many newsletters that our group at Altus will generate to provide timely information to the Oklahoma cotton industry."
    • Research highlights.

    • Agriculture--Research--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The OCES continues to strive to disseminate the research information generated by OAES to the public through field days, workshops, tours, and demonstrations. This has been and will continue to be a major focus of our efforts at the Oklahoma...
    • Water demand forecast report addendum. Conservation and climate change.

    • Water resources development--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Forecasting.; Water consumption--Oklahoma--Forecasting.; Climate changes--Oklahoma.; Water conservation--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Effect of global warming on--Oklahoma.
    • In support of IDIQ Task Order Number 1 (W912BV-09-D-1001) for the development of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan (OCWP), Task 1A.8, Demand Projection Report, this report addendum serves as a supplement to the October 2009, Oklahoma...
    • What you need to know about... comfort and safety

    • Human beings--Effect of climate on.; Heat index.; Wind chill index.
    • Oklahoma's extreme weather can have a dramatic impact on a person's health.; When temperatures rise to intense highs, or fall to dramatic lows, reduce risks by taking the appropriate precautions.
    • What you need to know about... seed germination

    • Germination.; Crops and climate--Oklahoma.
    • When soil temperatures are within an optimum range, seeds germinate quickly, giving young seedlings the best change to grow into healthy plants.; To find out if it's a good time to plant, go to Agweather at http://agweather.mesonet.org.
    • What you need to know about... wind barbs

    • Winds--Speed--Measurement.; Meteorology--Charts, diagrams, etc.; Wind power--Oklahoma.
    • Wind barbs are a convenient way to represent both wind direction and speed. Wind barbs have three parts: a dot, a staff and feathers or flags.
    • What you need to know about... fire weather

    • Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.
    • Fire management is extremely important to agriculture and natural resources. An unexpected fire can be disastrous to your crops, animals or structures, but a planned fire can cycle nutrients, control disease and renew the landscape.
    • High plains production handbook

    • Sorghum--High Plains (U.S.)--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • Welcome to the United Sorghum Checkoff Program’s High Plains Production Handbook. We have integrated research from various sources to produce an easy-to-use guide that can help farmers manage their crop more efficiently. Sorghum has tremendous...
    • 2011 sunset review survey.

    • Sunset reviews of government programs--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Sunset Law requires periodic review by the Legislature of specified agencies, boards, and commissions. This is done each year by the House and Senate Committees on Sunset Review. In order to provide information to help committee...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2007

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    • Cotton producers in Oklahoma could often increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2006

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    • Cotton producers in Oklahoma could often increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2008

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    • Oklahoma cotton producers could increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much greater...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2004

    • Cotton--Varieties--Oklahoma.
    • Many cotton producers in Oklahoma could increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by growing varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2005

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    • Many cotton producers in Oklahoma could increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their locations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much...
    • Cotton variety tests, Oklahoma - 2009

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    • Oklahoma cotton producers can increase their lint yield, fiber quality, or both by using varieties better adapted to their lo­cations and growing conditions. With the same inputs of capital and labor, some cotton varieties provide a much greater...
    • Horticulture crop ET

    • Oklahoma Mesonet Project.; Evapotranspiration--Oklahoma--Measurement.; Evapotranspiration--Remote sensing.; Irrigation efficiency--Oklahoma.; Vegetables--Oklahoma.
    • Knowing the daily evapotranspiration rate can help you determine the best time to irrigate commercial horticultural crops. Watering only when plants need water reduces irrigation costs, conserves Oklahoma water resources, and helps you grow...

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