4850 Here is the 29th annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, with 33 features written by 23 CAES and other UGA faculty members to provide timely, valuable gardening information." /> Here is the 29th annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, with 33 features written by 23 CAES and other UGA faculty members to provide timely, valuable gardening information." /> CAES NEWSWIRE | 2004 Garden Packet Skip to Main Menu Skip to Content

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2004 edition of annual UGA Garden Packet is here

Volume XXIX
Number i

Here is the 29th annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Written by 23 CAES and other UGA faculty members, these 33 features are provided to help you give your readers the timely, valuable gardening information they want. Your county agent (look in your phone book under "county government") can help you localize these features.

The 2004 Garden Packet stories are:

1 0026 How does your garden grow? Year-round 0020 (George Boyhan)
2 0023 Try perennials in vegetable garden 0020 (Faith Peppers)
3 0026 Use computer to help with your garden 0019 (Boyhan)
4 0026 Well-tended garden a sign of planning 0021 (Wade Hutcheson)
5 0025 Freezing vegetables stretches garden 001F (April Sorrow)
6 0025 Organic gardening can be challenging 0019 (Boyhan)
7 0023 Diseases can make garden nightmare 001D (Brad Haire)
8 0025 Plastic or organic mulch for garden? 0023 (Darbie Granberry)
9 001E Take mystery out of gardening 0019 (Boyhan)
10 0021 Add garden variety to your salad 001F (Terry Kelley)
11 0027 Georgia Gold Medals make choosing easy 001B (Dan Rahn)
12 0025 Joseph's Coat provides nonstop color 001E (Paul Thomas)
13 0025 Anise Hyssop hybrids almost too good 0019 (Thomas)
14 001A Summer Snowflake viburnum 0028 (Jim Midcap, Gary Wade)
15 0021 Bald cypress not just for swamps 001F (Midcap, Wade)
16 0023 Annual flowers help 'paint' garden 0020 (Bodie Pennisi)
17 0027 Accent landscape with container plants 0022 (Bob Westerfield)
18 0025 Stop trying to grow turf under trees 0017 (Wade)
19 001A Learning landscape basics 001E (David Berle)
20 0025 Starting landscape over from scratch 001E (Mike Isbell)
21 0027 Don't let environment stress landscape 0017 (Wade)
22 0023 Don't be cause of landscape stress 0017 (Wade)
23 0026 Spring chores add beauty to landscape 001E (Westerfield)
24 001E Fireflies add magic to spring 001F (Nancy Hinkle)
25 0027 Take care to avoid tick bites outdoors 0019 (Hinkle)
26 0029 What does your termite contract provide? 001D (Dan Suiter)
27 0025 Use IWM strategies in your home lawn 001D (Tim Murphy)
28 0023 Manage phosphorus use in home lawn 001E (Clint Waltz)
29 0026 Green-up problems in warm-season turf 0020 (Waltz, Landry)
30 0025 Calibrate hand-held, pump-up sprayer 0020 (Waltz, Landry)
31 0025 Understand numbers on fertilizer bag 0018 (Waltz)
32 0020 Attapulgus: new word in peaches 0022 (Krewer, Beckman)
33 0017 State Botanical Garden 007F (Jeff Lewis)

Here are all of the annual UGA garden packet articles for the past three years:

  • 001B 2004 Garden Packet Articles 000B
  • 001C 2003 Garden Packet Articles 000B
  • 001C 2002 Garden Packet Articles 2610

(Dan Rahn is the principal editor of the annual garden packet and a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)

(Dan Rahn is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)

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