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Index of Articles - 2022

Barnyards & Backyards

Fall 2022

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Choosing flowering trees and shrubs for a Wyoming landscape
Tara Costanzo
4-6
Rehab for disturbed pastures
Caleb Carter
7-9
Currants and gooseberries weather Wyoming's harsh winters and can swweeten summers
Brian Sebade
10-11
How much rain didn't you get?
Tony Bergantino and Windy Kelley
12-13
Know your neighbors (especially the reptilian kind)
Mason Lee
14-16
Simple habits lead to large (water) savings
Brian Sebade
20-21
Understanding livestock nutritional requirements
Alex Orozco-Lopez
22-23
An ode to the sweet smells of summer
Karen Panter
25-27

Summer 2022

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Home lawn fertilization 101
Chris Hilgert
4-6
Weeds getting your garden down? Don't give up yet!
Caleb Carter
7-9
A guide to growing cut flowers in Wyoming
Donna Hoffman
10-11
SKIP irrigation pattern provides greater crop uniformity
Jeremiah Vardiman
17-19
What's the deal with invasive annual grasses?
Matt Jolivet
20-22
Be counted - by the National Agricultural Statistics Service
Cole Ehmke
23-24
On top of Old Smoke: Raising wild horses off the Red Desert
Rex Lockman
25-27

Spring 2022

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Looking Forward to Spring
 
2
Common Backyard Amphibians
Mason Lee
4-6
Keep an Eye Out for Nitrate Toxicity
Jeremiah Vardiman
7-9
Backyard Beef and Artificial Insemination
Chance Marshall
10-12
Preventing Deer Damage in Landscapes with Deer-Resistant Plants
Abby Perry
13-14
Lettuce help growers have a green thumb in Wyoming
Brian Sebade
15-16
Caitlin Youngquist
17-18
The Importance of Pollination
Madison Crawford
19-20
Whit Stewart and Bridger Feuz
21-24
Community Science in Wyoming
Jacelyn Downey
25-27

Winter 2022

Title

Author(s)

Page #

Farewell and thank you, Steve Miller.
 
2
Peter Rabbit running around your house? His health may be in danger!
Hallie Hasel
4-5
Enjoy your indoor house plants this winter by keeping them pest free
Donna Hoffman
8-10
Honey bees, hives need TLC to help them survive Wyoming winter, early spring
Scott Schell
11-13
Correct grafting techniques fool Mother Nature - to our benefit!
Zach Schultz
14-15
Have pets and want a healthy lawn?
Abby Perry
16-17
Attention to herd health vital for small acreage cow-calf operations
Clay Bedke and Shelby Rosasco
18-20
Wyoming Hunger Initiative actions strengthen anti-hunger efforts across state
Jennie Gordon
21-23

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