0AA5 Here is the 32nd annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, with 26 features written by 14 CAES faculty members and graduate and undergraduate students to provide timely, valuable gardening information." /> Here is the 32nd annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, with 26 features written by 14 CAES faculty members and graduate and undergraduate students to provide timely, valuable gardening information." /> CAES NEWSWIRE | 00 UGA Garden Packet 2007 Skip to Main Menu Skip to Content

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2007 edition of annual UGA Garden Packet

Volume XXXII
Number 1
Page i

Here is the 32nd annual spring Garden Packet from the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Written by 14 CAES faculty members and graduate and undergraduate students, these 26 features are provided to help you give your readers the timely, valuable gardening information they want. Your UGA Cooperative Extension 000C county agent 00E7 (just call 1-800-ASK-UGA1) can help you localize these features. The stories are available on the Georgia FACES Web site at georgiafaces.com.

The 2007 Garden Packet stories are:
1 0026 Organic garden? Take balanced approach 001E Kristen Plank
2 0024 Beginner's guide to vegetable garden 0020 Jamie Hamblin
3 0021 Avoid feast for insects in garden 0023 Stephanie Schupska
4 0031 Five quick steps to controlling insects in garden 0019 Schupska
5 002A Southern peas: longtime tradition in South 001E George Boyhan
6 002C Pick a peck of pickles from garden this year 0019 Dan Rahn
7 0026 Great gardens can come in small spaces 001D Terry Kelley
8 0028 Prevention key to garden disease control 001B Brad Haire
9 002A Start trellising when plants start growing 0017 Kelley
10 0028 Soil testing can prevent garden problems 0017 Kelley
11 002B Gardeners' needs set insect-control choices 001D Alton Sparks
12 0027 Home pecans as much an art as a science 001C Lenny Wells
13 002E Backyard berries easier to grow than you think 0019 Schupska
14 002A Keep your garden 'contained' and versatile 0016 Plank
15 002A With care, orchids provide years of beauty 0018 Hamblin
16 0029 Elephant ears add tropical appeal to yard 001E Bodie Pennisi
17 0030 Thorny pyracanthas ablaze with berries in winter 0015 Rahn
18 002E Georgia Gold Medal plants winners in landscape 0015 Rahn
19 002B Swamp hibiscus a winner around water garden 0018 Pennisi
20 0030 Striking flowers make Firespike landscape winner 0018 Pennisi
21 0027 Madison takes Confederate jasmine north 001A Gary Wade
22 0030 Yellow azalea: 'Admiral Semmes' clearly a winner 0015 Wade
23 0031 Fast-growing, pest-free Green Giant draws acclaim 0015 Wade
24 0025 Protect pantry from Indian meal moths 001D Aubree Roche
25 0024 Laying dormant sod is risky business 001E Sharon Omahen
26 0027 New 'Gardening in Georgia' shows on GPB 007A Faith Peppers
Here are all of the annual UGA garden packet articles for the past six years:

  • 001B 2007 Garden Packet Articles 0009
  • 001B 2006 Garden Packet Articles 0009
  • 001B 2005 Garden Packet Articles 0009
  • 001B 2004 Garden Packet Articles 000B
  • 001C 2003 Garden Packet Articles 000B
  • 001C 2002 Garden Packet Articles 2628
(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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