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Spring Garden 2013

Published on 02/25/2013 Welcome to the 37th annual Spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. The attached articles are written specifically for Georgia home gardeners based on research by UGA CAES experts. For more information, contact your local UGA Cooperative Extension agent at 1-800-ASK-UGA1. Happy gardening!



Know What You Mow

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Know What You Mow Published on 09/12/2012

Don't Bag Clippings

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Don't Bag Clippings Published on 09/12/2012

Corn Cooking

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Corn Cooking Published on 07/11/2012


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Azaleas Published on 01/15/2010

Companion planting

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Companion planting Published on 01/15/2010


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Microgreens Published on 01/15/2010


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Privet Published on 11/20/2009


Tomato Hornworm Tomato Hornworm Published on 09/10/2012
Herbicide damage on tomato Herbicide damage on tomato Published on 06/21/2012
Sweet potato vine Sweet potato vine Published on 06/02/2012
Beets in garden Beets in garden Published on 06/02/2012
Row of corn Row of corn Published on 06/02/2012
Green beans Green beans Published on 06/02/2012
Green beans on trellis Green beans on trellis Published on 06/02/2012
Squash Vine Borer Damage on Squash Squash Vine Borer Damage on Squash Published on 06/01/2012
Farmers Market Stand Farmers Market Stand Published on 05/31/2012
Pepper Blossom End Rot Pepper Blossom End Rot Published on 05/11/2012
Pea seedlings Pea seedlings Published on 04/26/2012
Corn Corn Published on 03/01/2012
Green tomatoes Green tomatoes Published on 02/29/2012
Jalapeno plant Jalapeno plant Published on 02/29/2012
Small tomato Small tomato Published on 02/29/2012
Garden plot Garden plot Published on 02/13/2012
Asparagus Asparagus Published on 01/21/2012
Fresh vegetables Fresh vegetables Published on 09/05/2011
Tomato Tomato Published on 02/25/2011
Radish Radish Published on 02/25/2011
Yellow squash Yellow squash Published on 02/24/2011
Tomato Hornworm

Hornworm larvae are well camouflaged and can rapidly strip the leaves from a tomato plant. The horn is for appearances, since it is flexible and harmless.

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Herbicide damage on tomato

Suspected 2,4-D herbicide damage on tomato.

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Sweet potato vine

Sweet potatoes grow in a Spalding County, Ga., garden.

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Beets in garden

Beets grow in a Spalding County, Ga., garden.

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Row of corn

Corn tassels stretch toward the sun in a Spalding County, Ga., garden.

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Green beans

Green beans grow in a Spalding County, Ga., garden.

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Green beans on trellis

Green beans grow up a trellis in a Spalding County, Ga., garden.

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Squash Vine Borer Damage on Squash

Squash vine borer larvae burrow into the squash plant at soil level.

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Farmers Market Stand

Fresh vegetables at a vendor stand at the Athens Farmers Market in Athens, Ga.

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Pepper Blossom End Rot

Peppers with blossom end rot due to heat stress.

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Pea seedlings

Pea seedlings emerge from the soil

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Corn growing in a field in south Georgia.

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Green tomatoes

Green tomatoes grow in a garden in Albany, Ga.

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Jalapeno plant

Jalapenos grow on a jalapeno plant

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Small tomato

Small tomatoes growing on vine

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Garden plot

A vegetable garden in Butts Co., Ga.

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Fresh asparagus

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Fresh vegetables

Fresh vegetables grown organically by an Elijay, Ga., farmer

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Tomatoes are the stars of many home gardens.

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Radishes are one of the easier vegetables to grow for beginning gardeners.

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Yellow squash

A yellow squash matures on the vine of a squash plant growing in Butts County, Georgia.

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Formerly referred to as FACES, our media newswire continues to feature stories from the CAES news team relating to family, agricultural, consumer and environmental sciences, as well as UGA Extension news.