Vic Schoonover

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Cotton, canola offer options to trans fats
Eliminating trans fats from processed foods could prevent as many as 7,000 people from suffering heart disease each year, according to the FDA.
TALKIN' COTTON
The 2010 cotton crop in the Rolling Plains of North Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas was planted and started growing with an
Canola meetings inform farmers
Farmers interested in producing winter canola learned how to grow the crop, where to find seed to plant, the importance
Oklahoma plants more cotton
Better prices and greater demand for cotton caused farmers to plant more acres this year. Craig Bolton, manager of the
U.S. needs big cotton crop
Last week Jay Cowart, director of warehousing operations for the Plains Cotton Cooperative Association, walked across
Stink bugs in cotton
Green stinkbugs are showing up in the margins of cotton fields, according to Terry Pitts, Oklahoma State University
Disease and insects hit cotton
Abundant rain and unusually cool temperatures have produced symptoms of disease and insect damage in Southern Plains
Rains bring PGR questions
Recent moisture and warm temperatures have promoted vigorous growth in much of Oklahoma's cotton acreage, says Shane
Pest management decisions in cotton
Stink bugs and grasshoppers are showing up in Oklahoma cotton fields, according to Terry Pitts, Oklahoma State
Early cotton recovering
Shane Osborne, who will handle Oklahoma cotton issues following retirement of long-time Oklahoma State University
Watch for fleahoppers
As new cotton matures, growers need to be watching for the presence of fleahoppers, says Terry Pitts, Oklahoma State
Greenhouse gas emissions
Greenhouse gas emissions enforcement by the Environmental Protection Agency may be in for a change due to an agreement
Farm Child safety
Responsible farmers realize farm children and farm machinery are not a good, safe combination. Accordingly, all farm
Canola harvest near
Pat McIntyre and members of his family anxiously watch for rain clouds on the horizon, hoping they will soon harvest
Winter canola rotation
Development of winter canola as a viable crop for rotation with winter wheat in the Southern Plains started more than
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