Dutch white clover is a great addition to any lawn. It greens up early in the season before any of your grasses and through a symbiotic relationship with bacteria it draws atmospheric nitrogen from the air and stores it in the soil in the form of nitrogen nodules on its root system. This saves you […]
Dear OOGA Members and Attenders: We are continuing to monitor the Covid situation and have decided to cancel our September OOGA meeting also. We will keep you advised, but hope to reconvene in October. In the meantime, organic on! All the best, TEAM OOGA
Dear OOGA Members and Attenders: We deeply regret canceling our August 27th, 2021 OOGA meeting, but feel it’s in the best interest of everyone, based on the rapidly spreading Covid Delta Variant. We will continue to monitor the situation and address this month by month. In the meantime, organic on! All the best, TEAM OOGA
In our July OOGA meeting, Professor Haldor Howard included in his presentation AAS plant trials by his students. Here’s the list of the cultivars his class started from seed in the greenhouse and then transplanted outdoors: Prizm kale Konan kohlrabi Katarina cabbage Avalanche white beet Red Kingdom mizuna Snak Hero snap pea Bopak pak choi […]
Chris Webster from Providence Farms joined us in August and gave a wonderful talk about companion planting and how they grow food for hundreds of people organically back in August. Check out the video below! You can also find workshops that teach you how to grow food and many other topics and sign up for […]
Bill Farris of Prairie Wind Nursery in Norman gave a very informative presentation over growing Mediterranean herbs in Oklahoma. Prairie Wind Nursery is now in their 28th year of business and they mostly specialize in culinary herbs and native Oklahoma plants and grasses. Bill had a lot of great information to share and you […]
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The New Year always brings renewed hope for the upcoming growing season. Gardeners pour over the latest seed catalogs, wishing that they could order all of them. They envision the largest, fertile, most productive garden that they have ever had. Yes, The New Year is a wonderful time for gardeners. Planning the perfect garden takes […]