Rose Mary Posey, senior financial assistant for the Oklahoma Crop Improvement Association, is a lifetime resident of Stillwater, with her grandparents homesteading and farming in Garfield and Payne counties until 1974.
After obtaining his doctorate in agronomy and crop sciences from Texas A&M University, Sumit Sharma, Oklahoma State University’s assistant Extension specialist for irrigation and water management, returned to his former U.S. alma mater to work at the Oklahoma Panhandle Research and Extension Center.
Doctoral student Grace Flusche Ogden started as a biochemistry and molecular biology major with a pre-vet option at Oklahoma State University in 2014, but later changed directions and decided to pursue a career in plant and soil science.
To be held January 19-20, 2022, in Altus OK, this conference addresses agriculture crop production topics for the Southwest Oklahoma and Texas Rolling Plains Areas and is a joint effort between Texas A&M Agri-Life and OSU Extension.
An interview with Dr. Yanqi Wu, who serves as faculty of Oklahoma State University in the Plant and Soil Sciences Department and currently serves as the Meibergen Family Professor in grass breeding and genetics.