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Horticulture and Landscape Architecture

We strive to be a part of the community and give back to Oklahomans and beyond that, the world.

4-H and Youth

Committed to bringing horticultural information to the youth of Oklahoma.

Grapes

Since the late 1800s, Oklahoma State University has been involved with viticulture throughout the state.

Oklahoma Gardening

We provide science-based educational programs to help Oklahomans address local issues and manage resources wisely.

Oklahoma Master Gardening Program

The MG program is a volunteer training program to assist county extension centers to meet the demands for consumer horticulture information.

Oklahoma Proven

Oklahoma Proven, a plant evaluation and marketing program is designed to help consumers select plants for Oklahoma gardens.

Ornamental Plants

Our department is committed to supporting the people and industries of Oklahoma through targeted ornamental plant research and programs.

Outdoor Water Conservation

ThinkWater educates Oklahomans to responsibly use water through implementation of sustainable irrigation and landscape practices.

Pecans

Oklahoma Pecan Management helps pecan growers and others access information pertinent to Oklahoma pecans.

Postharvest

Research develops postharvest handling and quality analysis procedures for new crop/new use production.

Urban Hort REEU

Research and Extension Experience for Undergraduates

The Botanic Garden

Enjoy the walking trails and the beautiful display gardens and explore ways to build a more sustainable living environment.

Turfgrass

The turfgrass industry contributes approximately $40 billion per year to the United States economy and approximately $1 billion per year to the Oklahoma economy.

Vegetables

Vegetable research data is collected and presented to provide up-to-date information on field research and hydroponic systems.

Hort Tips

Monthly horticulture topics for the consumer and home gardener

OSU Extension Fact Sheets

Practical, research-based knowledge for gardeners and commercial groups

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