Researchers Introduce Macrosystems Approach to Study Stream Ecology | freshare.netSnack Attack: Bears Munch on Ants and Help Plants Grow | freshare.netHumanity Has Exceeded 4 of 9 ‘Planetary Boundaries’ | freshare.netRainfall Can Release Aerosols | freshare.netEmerald Ash Borer Confirmed as Threat to White Fringetree | freshare.netNew Contaminants Found in Oil and Gas Wastewater | freshare.netMDC to Match $1.3 Million to Help Landowners with Habitat Conservation | freshare.netHunting Bats Rely on ‘Bag of Chips Effect’ | freshare.netHumans, Sparrows Make Sense of Sounds in Similar Ways | freshare.netMDC Talks Winter Turtle Power | freshare.netAlgae Blooms Create Their Own Favorable Conditions, New Study Finds | freshare.netBig River, Big Data | freshare.netMapping Snake Venom Variety Reveals Unexpected Evolutionary Pattern | freshare.netBreathing Diesel Exhaust Leads to Changes ‘Deep Under the Hood’ | freshare.netAre Human Behaviors Affecting Bird Communities in Residential Areas? | freshare.net2014 in Missouri Conservation News | freshare.netHoliday Closures on the Buffalo | freshare.netForget Myth: Poinsettias are Not Poisonous to Humans, Pets | freshare.netSensing Distant Tornadoes, Birds Flew the Coop | freshare.netBuffalo National River Deputy Superintendent | freshare.netSpider’s Web Weaves Way to Advanced Networks and Displays | freshare.netFight Litter Through Annual “No More Trash!” Contest | freshare.netCitizen Science Spurs Increased Support For Conservation | freshare.netHow to Help Winter Wildlife | freshare.netFungus-Growing Ants Selectively Cultivate Their Crops | freshare.netEat More Carp | freshare.netFirst Time Hickory Nut Pie | freshare.netOrganic Mulch Lets Insect Pollinators Do Their Job | freshare.netKeep Your Plants from Freezing this Winter | freshare.netUsing and Planting a Living Christmas Tree Adds Appeal to Home Landscape and Memories of the Season | freshare.netTool Maintenance Now Saves Time in the Spring | freshare.netNumber of Missouri Christmas Tree Farms in Decline | freshare.netMotorists: Be on the Lookout for Deer on Highways | freshare.netGroundwater Patches Play Important Role in Forest Health, Water Quality | freshare.netHome in the Business Park | freshare.netNational Water-Use at Lowest Levels Since Before 1970 | freshare.netLittle Evidence Conservation Organizations Respond to Economic Signals | freshare.netProtect Bulbs From Pesky Critters | freshare.netMDC Stocks Rainbow Trout at Mid-Missouri Lakes for Winter Fishing | freshare.netPharmaceuticals and the Water-Fish-Osprey Food Web | freshare.netBackpack Physics: Smaller Hikers Carry Heavier Loads | freshare.netWhy Plants Don’t Get a Sunburn | freshare.netNestling Birds Struggle in Noisy Environments | freshare.netMinimal Risk of Encountering Stinging Caterpillars in Missouri | freshare.netNew Tracers Can Identify Frack Fluids in the Environment | freshare.netPersimmon Seeds Predict Ozarks’ Winter Weather | freshare.netAs Weather Cools, Trout Fishing Action Heats Up | freshare.netU.S. Forest Service Releases 2015 Dates for Fee-free Days | freshare.netOK Dept. of Wildlife Internships | freshare.netSpring River Dam Repairs Completed | freshare.netThe Glade as an Ozarks Treasure | freshare.netSmall Spills at Gas Stations Could Cause Significant Health Risks Over Time | freshare.netReport Assesses Health of the Nation’s Birds | freshare.netImportation of Firewood Banned on Arkansas’s WMAs and NWRs | freshare.netRivers Recover Natural Conditions Quickly Following Dam Removal | freshare.netSearch for Missing Hiker Successful | freshare.net2015 Natural Events Calendar on Sale | freshare.netErbie Campground Open | freshare.netGenetic Secrets of the Monarch Butterfly | freshare.netThe Cultural Side of Science Communication | freshare.netNanoparticles Accumulate Quickly in Wetland Sediment | freshare.netWind Turbine or Tree? 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Keep Your Plants from Freezing this Winter Oklahoma has already dealt with several days below the freezing mark. So as you pull out that extra coat or throw another log on the fire to keep warm, remember to protect your shallow-rooted plants as well. Kim Toscano, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension assistant specialist and host of “Oklahoma… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 12/11/14
Tool Maintenance Now Saves Time in the Spring Now that Oklahoma is experiencing some winter weather, gardening activities have been slowing down just a bit. This is a great time of year to take care of tools and equipment so everything is ready for use next growing season, said Kim Toscano, assistant specialist with the Oklahoma State University… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 12/11/14
Protect Bulbs From Pesky Critters As the weather begins to cool down, homeowners may notice the squirrels and other rodents in their yards are gathering food before winter sets in. Unfortunately, some of these yard dwellers may think a gardener’s freshly planted bulbs will be a tasty treat for winter. Kim Toscano, Oklahoma State University… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 11/06/14
Fall Gardening Season Has Arrived Even though the temperature is hot and there are still summer vacations on the calendar, it is time to start thinking about planting your fall garden. Most Oklahoma gardeners are still reaping the rewards of their spring gardens, said David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulturist, but it… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 07/18/14
Conserving Water in the Landscape Now that spring is in the air, gardeners all across the state are preparing soil, starting seeds or shopping for plants in preparation for a great gardening season. As the weather begins to warm up, gardening enthusiasts will start to see an increase in outdoor water usage, said Justin Moss,… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 04/11/14
Environmental Law Enforcement Training Slated in Pryor If you take a drive down the back roads of Oklahoma, it is likely you will find an illegal dump site. While they are unsightly, illegal and can cause damage to the environment, they also are unattractive to those who already live in or might choose to move into a… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 04/11/14
Botanic Garden at OSU Perfect Place for Yoga and Relaxation Stillwater area residents who are looking for a way to unwind after a long day may find just what they need at The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University. Beginning April 3 and running each Thursday evening through May 25, citizens are encouraged to come participate in yoga practices and… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 03/27/14
33rd Annual Horticulture Industries Show Slated for Jan. 10-11 Oklahoma State University, together with the University of Arkansas, will sponsor the 33rd Annual Oklahoma and Arkansas Horticulture Industries Show (HIS). Both gardening professionals and enthusiasts should mark their calendars for this two-day event slated Jan. 10-11, 2014, at the Tulsa Community College, Northeast Campus, 3727 E. Apache, Tulsa. The… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 12/11/13
The Botanic Garden at OSU is Seeking Garden Enthusiasts Are you looking for a way to share your gardening knowledge with others? Are you interested in finding a way to better serve the community? If so, The Botanic Garden (TBG) at Oklahoma State University has a place for you. Laura Payne, volunteer coordinator for TBG, is excited to announce… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 12/11/13
Leaves Are Not Only Pretty, But a Valuable Resource as Well The brilliant orange, red and yellow leaves have certainly been a treat for Oklahomans as they travel through the state enjoying the fall foliage. The extra moisture and milder temperatures this summer helped ensure the state would be bathed in bright fall colors this year. However, as beautiful as the… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 11/15/13
Recycling Conference Slated Oct. 17 at OSU Get ready to talk some trash when Oct. 17 rolls around. This is the date for the Oklahoma Recycling Conference slated 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Conoco-Phillips Alumni Center on the Oklahoma State University campus. Hosted by the Oklahoma Recycling Association (OKRA), the conference is geared toward municipal… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 10/08/13
OSU to Host Native Plant Materials Conference The conference is sponsored by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, OSU’s Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture and The Botanic Garden at OSU. The conference will take place at the Wes Watkins Center on the OSU campus. “We have a great conference planned and we’re offering participants the opportunity to… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 09/25/13
GardenFest Slated for Sept. 21 at The Botanic Garden at OSU For a dozen years now, GardenFest at The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University has offered gardening enthusiasts a place to come to learn more and share gardening experiences. This year is no exception. Slated Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the theme for the 12th Annual GardenFest… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 09/09/13
Fall Gardening Season Has Arrived Although Oklahoma gardeners are still reaping the rewards of their spring gardens, the time has arrived to start the fall gardening process. David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulturist, said some of the best quality garden vegetables are grown during the fall season. “Successful fall gardening begins much… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 08/22/13
Warm, Dry Weather Brings Out the Spider Mites With summer knocking on the door, Oklahoma gardeners may soon be dealing with more than increasing water bills. As the weather turns hot and dry, spider mites can become real pests, said David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulturist. “Some species of spider mites are limited to one… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 06/07/13
New Website Offers Tips for Conserving Water in Landscapes Oklahomans are more than familiar with the blistering heat during the summer months. The heat, coupled with little rainfall, has caused much of the state to experience drought conditions for the last few years. To help combat water issues and promote water conservation, the Oklahoma City Utilities Department has partnered… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 06/04/13
Two Environmental Law Enforcement Officer Trainings Slated If you take a drive down the back roads of Oklahoma, it is likely you will find an illegal dump site. While they are unsightly, illegal, and can cause damage to the environment, they are also unattractive and could possibly diminish property values. In an effort to help prevent these… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 05/09/13
Plan a Family Evening of Fun at The Botanic Garden at OSU May 10 The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University will celebrate National Public Garden Day (NPGD) May 10. The American Public Gardens Association (APGA) created NPGD in 2009 to help raise awareness of public gardens and the critical role they play in today’s environment, educational system and cultural world. Each year, more… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 05/09/13
Time to Plant Those Warm Season Gardens Despite the fact Oklahoma has been experiencing cooler-than-normal temperatures this spring, gardening enthusiasts need to get their warm season gardens planted now. David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulturist, said vegetables such as green beans, cantaloupe, cucumber, eggplant, okra, peppers, squash, sweet corn and tomatoes should be planted… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 04/26/13
Tornado Safety Away from Home Now that tornado season has arrived, Oklahomans need to know what to do at all times in the event of a weather emergency. Many people may not realize the safety precautions they need to take if they are at work, shopping at the local mall, participating in outdoor activities, attending… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 04/04/13
Add Variety to Your Garden with Edible Flowers When it comes to tasty treats from the garden, it is hard to go wrong with a sun-ripened tomato, a yummy zucchini or a crunchy bell pepper. However, fruits and vegetables are not the only way to get great flavor from your garden. David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 02/15/13
Think Edibles When Planning Your Spring and Summer Landscape Even though it is still winter in Oklahoma, it is not too early to start planning your spring and summer landscapes. When thinking about landscapes, colorful flowers easily come to mind. Something a gardening enthusiast may want to consider is combining those flowers and shrubs with edible plants. Kim Toscano,… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 02/07/13
Landscape Needs Moisture in Winter, Too Oklahoma gardening enthusiasts may not be thinking much about watering their landscapes in the middle of the winter. Unfortunately, lack of adequate soil moisture is often a major cause of winter damage. David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulturist, said dry soil, coupled with strong winter winds, can… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 01/17/13
OSU to Help Sponsor 32nd Annual Horticulture Industries Show The University of Arkansas is partnering with Oklahoma State University and Tulsa Community College to sponsor the 32nd Annual Oklahoma and Arkansas Horticulture Industries Show. Both gardening professionals and enthusiasts should mark their calendars for this two-day event slated Jan. 11-12, 2013, in Ft. Smith, Ark. The HIS has consistently… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 12/19/12
The Botanic Garden at OSU is Seeking Garden Enthusiasts If you have an interest in gardening and want to share your knowledge with others, The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University wants you. Laura Payne, volunteer coordinator for The Botanic Garden at OSU, is excited to announce applications are now being accepted for the 2013 Payne County Master Gardener… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 11/27/12
Boy Scout’s Eagle Project Benefits The Botanic Garden at OSU Visitors to The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University will soon have the opportunity to see even more birdlife, thanks to the efforts of a Boy Scout working on his Eagle Scout project. Nick Nelsen, 16, recently built and installed 10 bluebird houses with his Scout troop at The Botanic… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 11/01/12
Composting Can Help Reduce Yard and Household Waste Landfills across the state are quickly filling up and some have closed because there is no more room. Yard and food waste take up a good chunk of available landfill space. One way to help reduce the amount of material going into the landfill is to compost, said David Hillock,… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 10/18/12
Homeowners May Find Leaves a Good Garden Resource The chill in the air is a welcome change after yet another scorching summer. Although tree leaves typically do not start falling until this time of year, many Oklahomans experienced leaf-covered lawns earlier than normal due to the extreme heat. Many of the trees lost a good portion of their… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 10/10/12
OSU to Host Global Horticulture Conference Gardening enthusiasts who are interested in learning more about horticulture from around the world can do so without having to get a passport or deal with jet lag. Oklahoma State University will host the third Global Horticulture Conference Nov. 7, said Mike Schnelle, OSU Cooperative Extension ornamental floriculture specialist. The… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 10/10/12
Tree Care Conference Slated for Oct. 3 Gardeners looking for innovative information regarding proper tree care should plan to attend the Tree Care Conference hosted by Oklahoma State University’s Department of Horticulture and Landscape Architecture. The conference is slated Oct. 3 at the Wes Watkins Center on the OSU campus in Stillwater and is geared toward arborists,… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 09/11/12
ONLA Members Showcasing the Green Industry at Convention Just as Kermit knows what it means to be green, so does the Oklahoma Nursery and Landscape Association. To the ONLA, the green industry means business, and a lot of it. The Oklahoma Green Industry comprises nurseries, greenhouses, landscape designers and contractors, garden centers and retailers, as well as those… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 09/11/12
Preparing Trees for the Winter Season With two summers in a row of brutally hot temperatures and extreme drought conditions, Oklahoma gardeners have been struggling to keep their shrubs and trees alive. Gardeners have done their best to keep plants alive during this extreme weather, said David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulture specialist.… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 09/05/12
GardenFest Highlights Connection Between Art and the Landscape Gardening enthusiasts need to mark their calendars and make plans to attend the 11th Annual GardenFest at The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University. Kim Toscano, host of the popular television program Oklahoma Gardening, said this year’s GardenFest will offer something for the gardening enthusiast as well as the art… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 08/31/12
Oklahoma Horticulture Society Set to Host Annual Meeting The Oklahoma Horticulture Society will host its annual fall meeting Sept. 16 at The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University. Kim Toscano, host of the popular OETA program Oklahoma Gardening, said the meeting will feature Mark Fishbein, associate professor of botany and herbarium director at OSU, as the keynote speaker.… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 08/29/12
OSU Hosts Ornamental Plant Materials Conference Anyone who wants to know the latest information regarding ornamental plant materials should make plans to attend the Ornamental Plant Materials Conference slated Aug. 28 in Stillwater. The conference is sponsored by the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, Oklahoma State University’s department of horticulture and landscape architecture and The Botanic Garden… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 07/31/12
Water Wise Irrigation is Topic of Brown Bag Lecture Series Gardening enthusiasts who want to learn more about water conservation and irrigation should make plans to attend the Brown Bag Lecture Series at The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University Aug. 9. The event will take place from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. at the Education Building at the garden.… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 07/25/12
Tips to Safely Can and Freeze Fruits and Vegetables Gardeners from around the state are enjoying the fruits of their labor as they consume the various fruits and vegetables they have grown in their gardens or on their fruit trees. Those who do not garden have probably found a bounty of offerings at their local farmers markets. What do… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 07/04/12
Insect Collection Workshops Slated at The Botanic Garden at OSU Oklahomans who have a curiosity about the fascinating world of insects will have the opportunity to expand their interest through a series of educational workshops that will take place at The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University. Laura Payne, volunteer coordinator at The Botanic Garden, said they are joining forces… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 07/03/12
Watering Efficiently Helps Your Garden and Can Cut Costs Now that summer has officially started, many gardening enthusiasts are wondering how much water is enough when the temperatures are in the 90s and even triple digits. Knowing when and how much to water is just as important as the watering process, said David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 06/28/12
Greenhouse Production Short Course Slated for June 20-21 Floriculture is a growing industry in Oklahoma. More and more people are taking an interest in greenhouse production. In an effort to provide vital information to floriculture producers in the state, the Oklahoma Nursery and Landscape Association (ONLA) is partnering with Oklahoma State University-OKC and OSU’s Department of Horticulture and… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 05/24/12
Can Potting Soil Be Reused? With warm temperatures on the horizon, many gardening enthusiasts are making plans for their spring and summer gardens. With consumers facing rising costs in just about every area of their lives, some gardeners may wonder if it is OK to reuse potting soil. Kim Toscano, host of Oklahoma Gardening, said… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 03/15/12
Take Steps to Ensure Pets Stay Safe During Cold Winter Months As the temperature begins to dip below the freezing mark across the state, many Oklahomans are finding themselves turning up the heat in their homes so they can be more comfortable. As you make changes to keep yourself warmer, pet owners should be doing the same for their pets, said… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 12/08/11
Winter Landscape Does Not Have to be Dreary Just because the sky can be drab and dreary in the fall and winter months does not mean the landscaping around your home must be, too. David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulturist, said planting pansies along with your spring flower bulbs not only adds to the spring… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 12/01/11
Cantaloupe Recall Affects at Least 10 States An outbreak of listeriosis associated with cantaloupes from a supplier in Colorado has resulted in more than 35 people being sickened and four deaths, including one in Oklahoma. The tainted melons have been found in at least 10 states. Jensen Farms, the company distributing the cantaloupes, has voluntarily recalled all… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 09/21/11
Fall is the Time to Plant Trees and Shrubs With the summer heat hopefully behind us for the season, Oklahoma gardeners can look forward to planting their fall gardens. David Hillock, Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension consumer horticulturist, said fall is the best time to plant most trees and shrubs. “Early fall planting is best for container-grown and balled… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 09/14/11
Landscapes Have Suffered in the Brutal Oklahoma Heat The summer of 2011 is definitely one for the record books. A quick glance at the landscapes in any city or town across the state shows the damage of excessive heat and lack of rainfall. A number of otherwise appropriate plant materials for Oklahoma have suffered or even died as… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 08/11/11
Fall Market Gardening School to Take Place in Muskogee In an effort to provide fresh market producers with the most up-to-date information on management, production and marketing techniques, Oklahoma State University is teaming up with the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation and the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, to host the fall 2011 Oklahoma Market Garden School. The… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 08/11/11
Lots of Fluids Are Essential During Extreme Heat Those of us in the Ozarks have become quite experienced in dealing with triple-digit heat. During extreme heat, adequate fluid is especially important because dehydration can be a life-threatening problem. Children, older adults and people who work or are physically active outside for extended periods of time are particularly at… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 08/04/11
Sensory Garden Benefits All Populations It is easy to agree that flowers and plants can entice the senses of sight and smelling. But a new addition to The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University has something for all five senses. The Sensory Garden is designed to excite the five senses and prove cathartic to not… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 06/16/11
New Entrance to OSU Botanic Garden Now Open It was an event that took several years in the making, but the vision, dedication and hard work has paid off. In a special private ribbon-cutting ceremony recently, the new entrance to The Botanic Garden at Oklahoma State University, located west of Stillwater on State Highway 51, is officially opened.… Trisha Gedon, Oklahoma State University 06/16/11
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