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Fruit Selections for Payne County

Ready to plant fruit trees? I share some cultivars that have proven to do well, or at least better than average, in our area. Read More...

Planting Fruit Trees and Shrubs

Interest in planting fruit trees seems to be on the rise in our area. With this in mind, lets consider how to give your trees the greatest opportunity for success. Read More...

Act Now for Proper Fruit and Nut Fertilization

Even though we do not generally fertilize these crops this time of year, July is the time to find out what your pecan, peach or apple trees and grapevines really need. Read More...

Fruit Selections for Payne County

It will soon be time to plant bare-root fruit trees and shrubs. Here are some cultivars that have proven to do well, or at least better than average, in our area. Read More...

Horticulture Tips for May

Consider the following tips for your May landscape… Read More...

Leaf Blister Issues on Trees

Weather conditions this year appear to be just right for a large number of “leaf blistering” diseases to show up. While it is probably too late to treat for the symptoms you are seeing now, review this article for instructions on preventing an outbreak next season. Read More...

Horticulture Tips for May

There is no way to cover all the “what if’s” for the varied forecasts we might find in Oklahoma in May. However please consider the following tasks for your May landscape. Read More...

Growing Fruit and Nut Trees from Seed

As pecan harvest begins, people are asking if they can plant pecans from a favorite tree that will produce the same nuts as the tree grows? We occasionally get the same question about fruit trees. The short answer is probably not. Hopefully this will help explain why: Read More...

Fruit Selections for Payne County

This week we feature some fruit cultivars that have proven to do well, or at least better than average, in our area. Read More...
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