Farmers Anthony Reed, left, and Duane Stevens, find something to chuckle about during a conference break.
Texas A&M AgriLife pathologist and peanut specialist Jason Woodward offered “Best Management Practices” for 2017 peanut production.
John Clay, Oklahoma peanut farmer, listens intently to production tips from OSU and Texas AgriLife peanut experts.
Kelly Chamberlin, USDA-ARS peanut breeder at Stillwater, Okla., talks about new varieties in the works.
Ryan Lepicier, left, National Peanut Board, and Larry Sanders, OSU Extension economist, chat during a break.
Linda Sholar offers a “Peanut Envy” tee shirt to PSU Extension economist Larry Sanders.
Marshall Lamb, left, National Peanut Lab, Dawson, Ga., talks market opportunities with Oklahoma peanut farmer and National Peanut Board member Les Crall.
Texas peanut breeder Mark Burow checks his PowerPoint presentation at the Oklahoma Peanut Expo.
Everyone needs a Peanut Envy tee shirt.
Or a “Perfectly Powerful Peanut” ball cap.
Rebecca Bennett, USDA-ARS, Stillwater, Okla., talks about disease resistance in peanut varieties.
Ron Henning, retired University of Georgia Extension peanut specialist, now does consulting work in Texas and Oklahoma.
Ron Sholar, Executive Director, Oklahoma Peanut Commission, moderates the conference segment of the Oklahoma Peanut Expo in Altus.
Weed control basics begin with “Start clean, stay clean,” says OSU Extension agronomist Todd Baughman.