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Oklahoma Gardening

Full Show (4511) 9/15/18

This week we begin our regional tour of gardening in northwest Oklahoma. Over the next several weeks we will be bringing you the gardens, gardeners, and the ecology of this unique part of our state. At the Beaver River Wildlife Management Area we explore the diversity of plants and soils that are found at the beginnings of the short grass prairie. In Alva, Oklahoma we visit a beautiful home garden filled with tough plants, unique spaces, and fun crafted items. To combat the drying winds the Hutchison Family Farm uses drip irrigation and plasticulture near Felt, Oklahoma to grow vegetables to sell at farmers markets in three states.

This week we begin our regional tour of gardening in northwest Oklahoma. Over the next several weeks we will be bringing you the gardens, gardeners, and the ecology of this unique part of our state. At the Beaver River Wildlife Management Area we explore the diversity of plants and soils that are found at the beginnings of the short grass prairie. In Alva, Oklahoma we visit a beautiful home garden filled with tough plants, unique spaces, and fun crafted items. To combat the drying winds the Hutchison Family Farm uses drip irrigation and plasticulture near Felt, Oklahoma to grow vegetables to sell at farmers markets in three states.

Transcript September 15, 2018

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