15 episodes

We talk about what is happening in the world of crops, soils, and whatever else Oklahoma producers should be thinking about when it comes to getting the most out of their land.

Red Dirt Agronomy Podcast Brian Arnall Ph.D., Dave Deken, Jason Warren Ph.D., Josh Lofton Ph.D.

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 6 Ratings

We talk about what is happening in the world of crops, soils, and whatever else Oklahoma producers should be thinking about when it comes to getting the most out of their land.

    Growing Crops, Growing Buildings, & Growing The Future - RDA Episode 115

    Growing Crops, Growing Buildings, & Growing The Future - RDA Episode 115

    We get a crop update from Dr. Brian Arnall, then we talk with Oklahoma State University's Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources director of capital projects, Dr. Randy Raper.
    We learn about Dr. Raper's journey to OSU, his time overseeing OSU's Field and Research Services unit, and his role in building New Frontiers Agricultural Hall.
    Visit RedDirtAgronomy.com to learn more about what Dr. Randy Raper, Dr. Brian Arnall, and Dr. Josh Lofton discussed in episode 115.

    • 1 hr 10 min
    It's An Invasive Plant in Oklahoma, Why? - RDA Episode 114

    It's An Invasive Plant in Oklahoma, Why? - RDA Episode 114

    When is a plant classified as noxious or invasive? What does that mean for Oklahoma landowners?
    Oklahoma State University's Environmental Sciences Program Leader, Dr. Karen Hickman explains the difference between noxious and invasive plants and her role in the Environmental Sciences program.
    Visit RedDirtAgronomy.com to learn more about what Dr. Karen Hickman, Dr. Jason Warren, Dr. Brian Arnall, and Dr. Josh Lofton discussed in episode 114.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    How Things (like water) Move Through Soil - RDA Episode 113

    How Things (like water) Move Through Soil - RDA Episode 113

    Everything you wanted to know about soil but were too afraid to ask. Dr. Tyson Ochsner talks about the physics of soil and how water moves through it. He also explains how some of his research is helping Oklahoma producers through dry times.
    Visit RedDirtAgronomy.com to learn more about what John Weir, Dr. Jason Warren, Dr. Brian Arnall, and Dr. Josh Lofton discussed in episode 113.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    Sorghum Trials and Preparing Hay & Pasture For Winter - RDA Episode 112

    Sorghum Trials and Preparing Hay & Pasture For Winter - RDA Episode 112

    Sorghum Tour Recap with Dr. Josh Lofton then Payne County Extension Director, Nathan Anderson talks about pasture conditions across the area and explains the importance of testing hay.
    Visit RedDirtAgronomy.com to learn more about what Nathan Anderson, Dr. Brian Arnall, and Dr. Josh Lofton discussed in episode 112.

    • 55 min
    Using Fire To Manage Land - RDA Episode 111

    Using Fire To Manage Land - RDA Episode 111

    OkState Fire Ecologist, John Weir details the benefits of using fire to help manage land. He also explains how laws have been created across the country to help manage land with fire.

    Visit RedDirtAgronomy.com to learn more about what John Weir, Dr. Jason Warren, Dr. Brian Arnall, and Dr. Josh Lofton discussed in episode 111.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    The 2022 Oklahoma Wheat Crop & Planning For The 2023 Crop - RDA Episode 110

    The 2022 Oklahoma Wheat Crop & Planning For The 2023 Crop - RDA Episode 110

    Dr. Amanda Silva walks us through the 2022 wheat crop and the results from her statewide wheat trials. She has advice for producers who face the possibility of dusting in the 2023 crop and talks about teaming up with researchers from Spain to take a look at Oklahoma wheat.
    Visit RedDirtAgronomy.com to learn more about what Dr. Amanda Silva, Dr. Jason Warren, Dr. Brian Arnall, and Dr. Josh Lofton discussed in episode 110.

    • 1 hr 31 min

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