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    • Drought impact on crops

    • Droughts--Oklahoma.; Crops and climate--Oklahoma.
    • Conservation leaders discussed issues relevant to Oklahoma at the five Area Meetings of the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts held across the state during November 2011. “The 2011 Drought and Beyond — Will we keep the dust at...
    • How to use the grape black rot advisor

    • Grapes--Diseases and pests.; Crops and climate--Oklahoma.
    • The first step in using the Mesonet Grape Black Rot Advisor is to determine which Oklahoma Mesonet weather station will be used. That is an easy decision when the station is close by. When the vineyard location is in between stations, consider the...
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • 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...

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