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Index of Articles - 2017

Barnyards & Backyards

Fall 2017

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Enjoy the fruits of your labors - and plan ahead
Jennifer Thompson
2
Apple trees can grow in Wyoming
Chris Hilgert
4-6
Two most-common yellowjacket wasps in Wyoming differ in 'pestiness'
Scott Schell
7-9
Weather, eager bugs confront strawberry growers trying to get fruit to maturity
Jeff Edwards
10-12
What to do with the trash?
Laura McGinley
13-14
Winter to-do checklist
 
15
Saline soils present special problems
Caitlin Youngquist and Caleb Carter
16-18
There seems to be a love-hate relationship with the beet. We love them.
Brian Sebade and Vicki Hayman
19-21
Tips for designing pens and corrals
Scott Cotton
22-24
Edible and poisonous berries of shrubs in Wyoming
Brian Sebade
25-27

Summer 2017

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Dodging the slings and arrows of outrageous weather
Jennifer Thompson
2
Floodwaters unleash powerful forces upon your land
Mae Smith
4-5
Evanston Farmers Market grows into dynamic community event drawing from Wyoming and Utah, opening markets for local goods
Kimberly Chapman
6-8
Assessing and managing forage after Mother Nature throws a summer snit
Caleb Carter
9-11
Rangeland condition directly affects horse health
Scott Cotton
12-13
Seasonal to-do checklist
 
14-15
Slow Goat Farm gallops into marketplace
Justina Russell
16-18
What's wrong with my tomatoes?
William Stump
19-21
Powerful app assists invasive species ID, triggers quick management
Dan Tekiela
22-24
Plants with perk
Lisa Ogden
25-27

Spring 2017

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Spring has sprung! (more or less, in Wyoming fashion)
Jennifer Thompson
2
Apply a little agricultural economics to your garden for best results
Abby Perry
4-6
Garden cover crops bolster soil nutrients, organic matter
Caitlin Youngquist
7-9
Seasonal to-do checklist
 
14-15
Measuring flow in an irrigation ditch
Caleb Carter
16-18
Easter eggs
Jacelyn Downey
19
Properly assess risk of pesticide in yards and gardens
Caleb Carter
20-22
Proper pesticide use helps protect Wyoming groundwater
Jeremiah Vardiman
23-25
I hunt, but MY target can be rooted in plain sight
Amy Collett
26-27

Winter 2017

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Fascinating proghorn a remarkable Wyoming symbol
Jennifer Thompson
2
Take a look at one of the world's fastest animals and Wyoming icon
Abby Perry
4-6
Challenging cheatgrass
Beth Fowers and Brian Mealor
10-12
Invasive bulbous bluegrass choking desirable grasses
Jay Quintanilla
13
Seasonal to-do checklist
 
14-15
Buying horse-quality hay
Alex Malcolm and Jennifer Ingwerson-Niemann
19-21
Deferred deeds an option for purchasing property
Scott Cotton
22-23
Recovering after the fire - erosion control
Jennifer Hinkhouse
24-25
Spinach provides a powerful punch against health villains
Vicki Hayman
26-27

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