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Author: Katie Shockley

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Gardening 101: Peas


Sweet, green, and crunchy, is there anything better than eating snap peas straight out of the garden? Nope!
Peas are easy to grow and they can handle a little frost, making them well suited for Wyoming gardens. Like many …

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UW students compete in virtual Meat Science Quiz Bowl

Eight students represented the University of Wyoming during the 73rd Reciprocal Meat Conference (RMC) hosted virtually by the American Science Association and held jointly with the 66th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology earlier this month.

“The RMC is …

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Gardening 101: Summer Squash

Summer squash, such as zucchini, yellow crookneck, yellow straightneck (saffron), and pattypan, are warm-season plants. They grow on large, bushy plants or on vines and are ready to harvest seven to eight weeks after planting. They are a versatile vegetable …

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Gardening 101: Windowsill Herb Gardens

The summer outdoor growing season may be winding down, but your gardening adventure doesn’t have to end. Growing herb gardens on your windowsill is a way to keep your garden thumb green and add a touch of color and flavor …

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Gardening 101: All Things Spinach

Spinach, like lettuce, is a vegetable that likes cooler weather. Spinach is also very nutritious, providing fiber, potassium, iron, protein, and calcium. It grows well in early spring and late summer. With the right weather, some types of spinach can …

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Gardening 101 Newsletter: All Things Lettuce

Lettuce is a cool-season vegetable, which means it does well in spring and late summer when temperatures are cooler. Unlike some other plants, such as zucchini and squash, lettuce can handle a little frost and still live. This makes it …

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