Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service
For us, it's personal. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service county educators and area, district and state specialists develop science-based educational programs to help Oklahomans solve local issues and concerns, promote leadership and manage resources wisely. Programs focus on:
- Increasing opportunities for agricultural enterprises
- Natural resources and environmental management
- Food, nutrition, health and safety education
- Youth, family and community development
Oklahoma wheat and canola producers should check their crop often for fall army worms
Oklahoma wheat, canola and grass hay producers need to scout their crop regularly for the presence of fall armyworms, including those growers planting wheat early who plan to use it as forage. The whole purpose of planting wheat early is to increase fall wheat forage, but it’s vital to be aware that pest issues often increase as well. To produce adequate fall forage when planting early, field scouting and pest management practices become more critical. Planting later can reduce some of these pest issues but less fall forage is produced.
Bentley tops in 2015-16 Oklahoma variety performance tests
The results from this year’s growing wheat season are in and Bentley, a hard red winter variety developed by the Oklahoma State University Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, was among the best performers across Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Centennial -The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service (OCES) is dedicating 2014 to celebrating its 100th anniversary of extending knowledge and changing lives.
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension County Office Directory - Need help? Come by and visit or phone, fax or e-mail a question to your local Extension educators.
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Fact Sheets - Oklahoma's source for science-based information on agriculture, economic development, family and consumer sciences, and youth development.