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Full Show (4352) 6/24/17
In this program, we visit R&G Family Grocery, that has created a mobile grocery store inside of a horse trailer. Host Casey Hentges identifies some common landscape plants that are poisonous to humans. Extension Turfgrass Specialist Dennis Martin has tips for controlling pesky sandburs so there will be less pain and more beauty in our lawns. Extension Food Specialist Barbara Brown has a delicious way to use those fresh green beans coming out of your garden this summer by sauteing them with sweet onions.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2017
Full Show (4503) 7/21/18
Host Casey Hentges visits with a retired landscape designer and tours the beautiful garden that he has created around his home in a senior housing edition. We travel to Atoka Oklahoma with OSU Area Horticulturalist Jim Shrefler to visit a garden with a unique color palette. At the Wes Watkins Agricultural Research and Extension Center at Lane, Oklahoma we look in on the inspection process for organic certification.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2018
Full Show (4251) 6/18/16
Hailin Zhang helps us calculate the correct amount of fertilizer to apply to our garden and shows use the proper use of organic fertilizer. Casey Hentges visits a new garden on the OSU-Stillwater campus with Dave Brown.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2016
Full Show (4449) 6/2/18
Host Casey Hentges is in the vegetable garden to harvest peas and carrots that were planted in our hay bale cold-frame. Extension Food Specialist Barbara Brown has tips for shopping at a farmers market. We visit the Enid Farmers Market and talk about the importance of making fresh food available. We stop for a bite at Provision Kitchen, a locally sourced eatery in Edmond.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2018
Full Show (#4646) 5/16/20
In this episode of Oklahoma Gardening, Host Casey Hentges does some spring cleaning and revives our houseplants and potted 'Sansevieria' Snake Plant tropicals. We have a visit from last November, 2019 with Leon Sloan in Kingston, OK to find out how to create one of his famous wicking buckets from recycled materials to help reduce trash found in our oceans. Urban & Community Forestry Coordinator, Mark Bays, has some useful tips on how to prune our trees. We go over the 3-Cut Technique and the Tree Pruning Checklist: make sure to remove the dead material first, then the crossing branches before trying to open up the center of the tree. Remember, it is best to only cut about 20% -- 25% when pruning trees. And OSU Extension Pesticide Coordinator, Kevin Shelton, identifies some household hazards to help stay safer at home. Did you know, that if your cleaning/disinfectant product has an EPA registration number that it is actually a pesticide? Remember, to NEVER mix your cleaning products nor your herbicide, pesticide, or insecticide products.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2020
Full Show (#4633) 2/15/20
Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges scoops up added value from last season's straw bale beds. We create homemade seed starting kits with common items you'd find around the house. Casey plants a new variety of potato from seed from the All-America Selections. And we travel to OSU's Cimarron Valley Research Station in Perkins, OK to check in on the Bermudagrass Eradication Study and highlight some of the mechanical control measures that are being tested.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2020
Full Show (4441) 4/7/18
On today's program OKG host, Casey Hentges, helps line up and plot out our new planting beds using some garden math; including the 3-4-5 Method and Trilateration. We look at a couple of plants that provide a show come springtime. Casey thins the cold-frame carrots. Barbara brown prepares a dish with roasted root vegetables and pears.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2018
Full Show (4249) 6/4/16
We visit Southwood Landscape and Garden Center in Tulsa to talk with Paul James “The Garden Guy” about some great plants for soggy conditions. Host Casey Hentges unboxes a micro-sprayer irrigation kit and installs it in some of our raised beds and Casey examines fasciation in plants.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2016
Full Show (4452) 6/23/18
OSU Extension Entomologist Eric Rebek joins Casey to identify crape myrtle bark scale. The 2018 Camp T.U.R.F. participants instruct viewers on how to create eye catching container gardens. Assistant Extension Specialist for Youth Programs Shelley Mitchell shows us a fun take on vegetables in the garden. Barbara Brown shares with us a recipe for potato pancakes from her trip abroad.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2018
Full Show (#4549) 6/8/19
We showcase another Oklahoma Proven plant, the Crossvine, Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty,' that provides great spring blooms and semi-evergreen foliage. Host Casey Hentges prunes and fertilizes our azaleas. OSU Turfgrass Specialist Justin Moss has tips on proper selection of lawn fertilizers. In Ames, Iowa we visit the USDA Plant Introduction station to see how they have been conserving plant genetic resources for over seventy years.
Located in Full Episodes / Full Shows 2019