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    • Environmental enhancement with ornamental plants: attracting birds 

      Garber, Melvin P. (University of Georgia, 2009-09-29)
      To attract and maintain a bird population, a habitat should provide (1) food, (2) cover, (3) nesting areas and (4) water. Ornamental trees and shrubs can supply the necessary cover (shelter) and nesting areas.
    • Environmental enhancement with ornamentals: butterfly gardening 

      Garber, Melvin P. (University of Georgia, 2009-09-29)
      Butterfly populations can be greatly enhanced by devoting a portion of the landscape to butterfly habitat. In addition to their natural beauty, butterflies serve as valuable plant pollinators.
    • Environmentally friendly landscape practices 

      Westerfield, Robert R.; Pulis, Daryl (University of Georgia, 2009-07-07)
      With proper planning, planting and maintenance, a healthier landscape can be created with less expense, less work and less damage to the world around us.
    • Essential pH management in greenhouse crops - part 1: pH and plant nutrition 

      Pennisi, Svoboda Vladimirova; Thomas, Paul A. (University of Georgia, 2009-02-27)
      Your goal as a greenhouse grower is to maintain a stable pH over the life of the crop. This is not an easy task since many factors can affect pH in the growing substrate. The pH can go up or down within several weeks of ...
    • Establishing a pecan orchard 

      Wells, Marvin Leonard (University of Georgia, 2009-10-19)
      One of the most important decisions a pecan producer makes is about the establishment of a new orchard. A well-planned, organized orchard will be more efficient, require less input and offer larger potential returns. Select ...
    • Experiments and observations on growing mayhaws as a crop in south Georgia and north Florida 

      Krewer, Gerard W.; Crocker, Tim (University of Georgia, 2009-11-19)
      Limited information is available on the commercial production of mayhaws; thus, the objective of our research has been to: 1) determine if mayhaws are adapted to commercial orchard production, 2) identify cultivars with ...
    • Fertilizing highbush blueberries in pine bark beds 

      Krewer, Gerard W.; Ruter, John M. (University of Georgia, 2009-02-27)
      Grower experiences have proven milled pine bark to be an excellent growing substrate for southern highbush blueberries. Although milled pine bark shares many characteristics with good blueberry soil, fundamental differences ...
    • Flowering bulbs for Georgia gardens 

      Thomas, Paul A.; Wade, Gary L.; Pennisi, Svoboda Vladimirova (University of Georgia, 2009-10-27)
      A wide variety of bulbs grow well in Georgia. Most are grown for their flowers and some for their foliage. They are grown as pot plants, in shrub borders, naturalistic plantings and in mass displays. Bulbs offer a certain ...
    • Flowering perennials for Georgia gardens 

      Thomas, Paul A. (University of Georgia, 2009-02-24)
      This publication is devoted specifically to covering everything you need to know about growing herbaceous perennials, primarily to those that persist from crowns and/or fleshy roots.
    • Foliage products: an opportunity for the Georgia ornamental industry 

      Pennisi, Svoboda Vladimirova; Thomas, Paul A.; Stegelin, Forrest Eugene (University of Georgia, 2009-02-27)
      The majority of the plants used for interior decoration are considered “foliage plants” because of the highly decorative value of their leaves. Most of them originated in tropical and subtropical areas of the world and are ...
    • Gardening in containers 

      Pennisi, Svoboda Vladimirova (University of Georgia, 2009-02-27)
      Gardening in containers has expanded the horizons of gardening for homeowners. Planting in containers provides a contemporary aspect to gardening for apartment and condominium dwellers. Using unusual plants in unusual pots ...
    • Gardening in containers using tropical plants 

      Pennisi, Svoboda Vladimirova (University of Georgia, 2008-02-03)
      Container gardening has enjoyed an increased popularity in the last decade. With increased urbanization, container gardens have come to the rescue to brighten up patios and balconies. This publication is intended to provide ...
    • Garlic production for the gardener 

      McLaurin, Wayne J.; Adams, David B.; Eaker, Taft (University of Georgia, 2009-02-26)
      This publication give the gardener tips to successfully produce garlic.
    • Georgia Gold Medal winners 2009 

      Wade, Gary L.; Pennisi, Svoboda Vladimirova (University of Georgia, 2009-03-11)
      Each year, a group of Green Industry and academic professionals from Georgia convene to select outstanding ornamental plants in five categories: annual flower, herbaceous perennial, vine, shrub and tree.
    • Georgia Gold Medal winners 2010 

      Wade, Gary L.; Pennisi, Svoboda Vladimirova; Chappell, Matthew (University of Georgia, 2010-02-24)
      Each year, outstanding ornamental plants are chosen by an elite group of industry and academic professionals. The Georgia Gold Medal Award is given to only one plant in each of five categories: annual flower, herbaceous ...
    • Georgia home grown tomatoes 

      Westerfield, Robert R. (University of Georgia, 2009-04-06)
      This publication discusses the basics of growing tomatoes successfully, as well as avoiding common problems encountered by the home gardener.
    • Georgia pecan nut news 

      Wells, M. Lenny; Brock, Jason; Hudson, Will G.; Sumner, Paul E. (University of Georgia, 2005)
    • Georgia pecan nut news 

      Wells, M. Lenny; Brock, Jason; Hudson, Will G.; Sumner, Paul E. (University of Georgia, 2005)
    • Georgia pecan nut news 

      Wells, M. Lenny; Brock, Jason; Hudson, Will G. (University of Georgia, 2009)
    • Georgia pecan nut news 

      Wells, M. Lenny; Brock, Jason; Hudson, Will G.; Sumner, Paul E. (University of Georgia, 2006)