Farmers get tips on maximizing wheat yield -
Farmers from the area heard a review of the current status of Oklahoma's wheat crops and ongoing research by Oklahoma State University, some as close as Altus and Tipton, during an informational meeting by the Oklahoma Wheat Growers' Association Tuesday at the Southwest Technology Center in Altus. David Marburger, a small grains extension specialist at OSU, said Oklahoma has a reputation for having "dirty wheat."
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