The Oilseed Cropping Systems project at Oklahoma State University is comprised of a team of scientists within the Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources. The purpose of the program is to assist and provide producers in Oklahoma with the latest oilseed crop production practices. Our mission is to improve peanut, soybean, canola, and sunflower yields throughout Oklahoma which will lead to increased profitability of producers in the region. Our goals could not be realized without cooperation and input from state, federal, and private funding sources.
What's New and Current Events
2012 Soybean Variety trial summaries
2012 Peanut Variety trial summaries
2011 Research Summaries