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Yaroslav Davydov
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Oz - Season 1


Oz is an American prison drama television series set at a fictional men's prison created and principally written by Tom Fontana.[1][2] It was the first one-hour dramatic television series to be produced by the premium cable network HBO.[3] Oz premiered on July 12, 1997, and ran for six seasons. The series finale aired on February 23, 2003.




Oz - Season 1



Critical reception of Oz was mostly positive. The first season of Oz has been ranked a 70 based on the rating aggregator website Metacritic, indicating generally favorable reviews by critics.[14] Caryn James from The New York Times stated: "Set almost entirely in the prison, a high-tech horror with glass-walled cells, Oz can also be unpleasant to watch, it is so gruesome and claustrophobic. Yet... as the series moves beyond its introductory shock value, it becomes more serious, disturbing and gripping.... The point of Oz, with its depiction of guilty men in torturous circumstances, is never subtle, but it is complicated and strong."[15] Steve Johnson of the Chicago Tribune wrote: "Engaging, often Brutal."[16]


The first two seasons of Oz were released on VHS in box sets.[38][39] HBO Home Video has released all six seasons of Oz on DVD in Region 1 and Region 2. The Region 1 releases contain numerous special features including commentaries, deleted scenes and featurettes. The Region 2 releases do not contain any special features.


Michael Hyatt, who would go on to appear on The Wire and, more recently, in The Little Things cast, had a one-off appearance on Oz. She portrayed Sadiya Khan, the wife of Hamid Khan, who showed up at Oswald Penitentiary after her husband sustained a severe brain injury in a boxing match. Hyatt would go on to become a prolific actress following her brief Oz appearance, including runs on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Ray Donovan, and Snowfall, which started its fourth season in February 2021.


Reggie Lee as Head DDA Thomas Choi and Lindsay Mendez as Sara Castillo in season 1 episode 11 (Photo: Erik Voake 2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc)Jessica Camacho as Emily Lopez and Reggie Lee as Head DDA Thomas Choi in season 1 episode 11 (Photo: Erik Voake 2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc)Suzanne Cryer as Maggie Palmer and Simone Missick as Lola Carmichael in season 1 episode 11 (Photo: Aaron Epstein 2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc)Lindsay Mendez as Sara Castillo, Jessica Camacho as Emily Lopez, and J. Alex Brinson as Luke Watkins in season 1 episode 11 (Photo: Monty Brinton 2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc)Wilson Bethel as Mark Callan and Simone Missick as Lola Carmichael in season 1 episode 11 (Photo: Monty Brinton 2019 CBS Broadcasting, Inc)(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle []).push();


As depicted in Figure 2, treatments containing Gramoxone either with crop oil or a non-ionic surfactant, and the tank mix treatment of Liberty and Enlist One performed well throughout the study. Liberty applied either with non-ionic surfactant or crop oil, and Liberty with Roundup only achieved around 50 % control of Palmer Amaranth. It is notable that all Liberty treatments saw reduction in the level of control as the season progressed. This was evidenced in the field by Palmer amaranth plants suckering out from the base and re-growing approximately 2 weeks after the application. We did not observe suckering with the Gramoxone treatments or Liberty + Enlist treatments. Surprisingly, Enlist One treatments did not provide acceptable control of larger Palmer Amaranth plants in this study with an average control of around 25%. Enlist One control did gradually increase after the 10 day evaluation most likely due to the systemic nature of the product. As expected, we saw negligible control of Palmer amaranth with Roundup. The evaluation 20 days after treatment provided the clearest assessment of control, with no significant difference between Gramoxone treatments or the Liberty + Enlist One treatments (Figure 3). Liberty + NIS and Liberty + Crop Oil and Liberty + Roundup were not significantly different from each other, but significantly less effective than Gramoxone or Liberty + Enlist one treatments. Enlist treatment was not significantly different than the Roundup treatment. We should also note that new Palmer amaranth seedlings began to emerge just 20 days after the burn down treatments. Palmer amaranth continues to germinate throughout the summer, especially in open areas where sunlight reaches the soil. Controlling this weed takes a season long approach. 041b061a72


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