Re-envisioning the Home Landscape

August 26, 2019 0
By Kevin Mink Imagine this scenario. A homeowner decides to create a pollinator garden in their front yard. After removing the monoculture of Bermuda grass, the yard is filled with an array of native flowering […]

Try Cats for Summertime Fun

July 29, 2019 0
By Michael Newell             Let’s paint the scene. A barefoot, no shirt, boy laying on a creek bank with a cane pole and length of line dangling in the dirty water. Something strait out of […]

Land Judging: More than Just a Contest

April 5, 2019 0
Amy Seiger State of Oklahoma Soil Health Coordinator It was the spring of 1989 when an all-out war of the ages broke out into the Overturf house of Stonewall, Okla. Gene and Susie Overturf, my […]

Bass Biology

March 15, 2019 0
Bass fishing time is here By Michael Newell March and April are some of the best times to start focusing on big bass that are awakening from the winter doldrums and looking for a good […]

Bushy Bluestem (Andropogon glomeratus)

December 14, 2018 0
By Mike Proctor, Noble Research Institute ag technology research associate / mdproctor@noble.org Characteristics: Bushy bluestem is a large, erect bunchgrass that often forms in large stands. The stems may grow taller than three feet with […]

Gift ideas for the Outdoorsman

December 7, 2018 0
A Christmas List for Outdoor Types By Michael Newell Nearly everyone has an outdoor type on their holiday list. Over the years my wife has struggled with just what gadget or gizmo I really need […]

Is wearing orange hurting your hunting?

November 16, 2018 0
By Michael Newell It seems a debate often surfaces in the coffee shops near the start of deer season – can deer see the hunter orange clothing that hunters are required to wear during the […]

Get Prepared for Waterfowl Season

October 8, 2018 0
There’s much to be decided before the November 3 (for most of the state) start of waterfowl season, and much work to be done. Blinds, decoys, calls, boats, dogs-all must be in top form by […]
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