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a homeowner has white grubs in her lawn
A homeowner has white grubs in her lawn.
  • What insecticide would you suggest the homeowner purchase and apply to her yard?
a homeowner came in the mg office with a sick pine
A homeowner came in the MG office with a “sick” Pine.
  • After studying it you determined it was Dothistroma Needle Blight.
  • What Fungicide would you recommend and when would you tell them to apply it?
a commercial vegetable grower from bixby has squash bugs in her pumpkins
A commercial vegetable grower from Bixby has squash bugs in her pumpkins.
  • What insecticide can she use?
a homeowner is raising cabbage cauliflower cole crops
A homeowner is raising cabbage & cauliflower (cole crops)
  • There seems to be lots of “worms” eating his crop.
  • He would like you to suggest an organic control, what would you suggest?
oklahoma state university oklahoma s land grant university

Research

Instruction

Extension

Oklahoma State UniversityOklahoma’s Land Grant University

Three functions of a Land Grant University

what is cooperative extension
What is Cooperative Extension?
  • Created by Federal legislation - 1914
    • Smith-Lever Act (“aid in diffusing among the people of the U.S. useful and practical information on subjects related to agriculture and home economics”)
  • Land Grant Colleges (Morrill Land Grant Colleges Act – 1862 & 1890)
  • Cooperative = 3 way partnership– Fed; State; County
  • Educators located in each of Oklahoma’s 77 counties
oces mission
OCES Mission:

Improve the quality of life for Oklahomans through the transfer of University based research.

OCES provides a direct link between the University and the people of Oklahoma.

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OSU President

Vice President, Dean & Director

Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources

Agriculture Sciences &Natural Resources

Arts & Sciences

Business

Education

Engineering, Architecture & Technology

Human & Environmental Resources

Vet Med

DASNR Departments

Animal Science

Agronomy

Ento & Plant Path

Horticulture

Ag Engr

Ag Econ

Ag Ed

Associate Director

Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service

DistrictExtension Directors

Area Specialists

County Extension Directors & County Extension Educators

tulsa county osu extension office
Tulsa County OSU Extension Office

County Extension Director

Administrative Secretary

Agriculture Educator

Horticulture Educators

2 FTEs

4-H Youth Educators

3 FTEs

Community Nutrition Education Program Coordinator

1 FTE

Family and Consumer Sciences Educator

1 FTE

Program Assistants

2 FTEs

Secretary

Secretary

Secretary

Program Assistants

8 FTEs

the cooperative extension team

County Educators

Volunteer Support

Peers in other Counties

StateSupport

District/Area Support

The Cooperative Extension Team
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OCES
  • Four program areas:
    • Agriculture
    • 4-H Youth
    • Family and Consumer Science
    • Rural and Community Development
focus areas agriculture

Livestock

Home Horticulture

Forage and Pasture

Ag Business Management

NaturalResource Management

Crops

Focus Areas – Agriculture

Commercial

Horticulture