Oklahoma Gardening Episode (#4539) 3/30/19

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19:00 And we’ve got a fun’eloquent’ kids action to test out.
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Andrine Shufran, 13:25 OSU entomologist, helps us identify woman beetles.
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1:23 Now on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges prunes a nectarine tree as a portion of a third year job to set it at the orchard. Locate the Pruning Worksheet here: http://factsheets.okstate.edu/documents/hla-6228-%C2%ADannual-pruning-of-fruit-trees/
We journey near Muskogee to Greenleaf Nursery Hidden Lake tree farm, to find out their shrub creation.

Oklahoma Gardening Episode (#4539) 3/30/19

Segment 1 1:23 Today on Oklahoma Gardening Host Casey Hentges prunes a nectarine tree as part of a third year work to establish it in the orchard. Find the ...

Oklahoma Gardening Episode (#4540) 4/6/19

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4 comments

  1. Can you please advise the best tye of trellus system for growing muscadine grapes, and the type/gauge of wire to use?

  2. Greetings from Venezuela, I like your programs, and I want to ask you if you can put sub-titles of the agricultural councils that you give, so that people from other countries that do not master English can have access to information and thus be able to have more followers of the program since the topics that are given are important in the day to day, thanks for your attention to who can help with this suggestion

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