The Southwest Agronomy Research Station is the first cotton research field station in Oklahoma. The station sits on the level, highly productive soil
of the Tipton soil series. It has been the site of a great deal of research conducted
in the fight against verticillium wilt in cotton. It represents vast array of agricultural
lands in southwest Oklahoma which are second-terrace areas above the Red River and
Soil fertility, irrigation studies, alfalfa, small grains, sorghums, bermuda grass,
and cotton variety and management studies.