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Prussic acid poisoning a concern after a light frost

Dec 3, 2008
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The average first frost date for central Oklahoma is about Nov. 1. However, light frosts often occur in the northwest part of this state much earlier. Of course, producers that live in states north and west of Oklahoma can expect these cool nights to occur almost at any time.

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