Vol 105 (1992)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Table of Contents
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Front Matter
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Citrus

Fluometralin - A Promising and Environmentally Friendly Herbicide for Use in Non-Bearing Citrus
Merrill Wilcox, John B. Taylor
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Occurrence of Aldicarb Metabolites in Citrus Blossom Nectar
R. C. Bullock, K. G. Townsend
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Protection of Young Citrus Trees from Damage by Subterranean Termites
Philip A. Stansly, Robert E. Rouse, Sally B. Davenport
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Horticultural Spray Oil Has Little Effect on Citrus Fruit Quality, Leaf Drop and Leaf Freeze Hardiness
L. W. Lee, J. L. Knapp
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Drift Losses From Citrus Spray Applications
Masoud Salyani, Richard P. Cromwell
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Results from a Thirteen Year Study to Correlate Effective Spray Timing with Greasy Spot (Mycosphaerella citri) Spore Populations on East Coast and Ridge Area Groves
L. W. Russo, F. W. Bistline
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The Infectious Nature of Citrus Blight
L. W. Timmer, R. F. Lee, R. H. Brlansky, J. H. Graham, L. G. Albrigo, K. S. Derrick, D. P. H. Tucker
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Detection of Citrus Blight by Serological Assays
K. S. Derrick, G. A. Barthe, B. G. Hewitt, R. F. Lee, L. G. Albrigo
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Comparing Rio Grande Gummosis and Citrus Blight Incidence on Grapefruit on Swingle Citrumello Rootstock
R. M. Sonoda, R. R. Pelosi, J. W. Hebb
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Development of a Serological Assay for Citrus Variegated Chlorosis—A New Disease of Citrus in Brazil
R. F. Lee, M. J. O. Feeretta, K. S. Derrick, Mary E. Hooker
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Tolerance of Gou Tou Rootstock to Severe Exotic Isolates of Citrus Tristeza Virus (CTV)
Stephen M. Garnsey
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Survey of Young Citrus in the Immokalee Budwood Foundation Grove for Foot Rot Susceptibility
Sally B. Davenport, Robert E. Rouse
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Sampling Citrus Red Mites and Texas Citrus Mites in Young Orange Trees
David G. Hall
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Resistance of Carrizo Citrange Seedlings to Biotypes of the Burrowing Nematode {Radopholus citrophilus): Impact on Management of Spreading Decline in Florida
David T. Kaplan
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Current Inventory and the Role of New Citrus Scion Cultivars in Florida in 1992
C. J. Hearn
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Callus Induction from Citrus Relatives: An Alternative Source of Protoplasts for Somatic Hybridization Experiments
Francisco A. A. Mourao Fo, Jude W. Grosser
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Rootstocks Similar to Sour Orange for Florida Citrus Trees
W. S. Castle, R. R. Pelosi, C. O. Youtsey, F. G. Gmitter, Jr., R. F. Lee, C. A. Powell, X. Hu
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The Performance of 'Valencia' Orange Trees on 21 Rootstocks in the Florida Flatwoods
D. J. Hutchison, C. J. Hearn, F. W. Bistline
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Determination of Evapotranspiration Rates in Citrus Groves with Electronic Soil Moisture Probes
K. T. Morgan
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Effects of Soil Moisture Depletion Levels on Navel Orange on Microirrigated Flatwoods
Brian J. Boman
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Foliar Application of Various Sources of Iron, Manganese, and Zinc to Citrus
A. K. Alva, D. P. H. Tucker
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Variation in Extractable Mineral Elements in the Soil Under Three Citrus Rootstock Tests
Heinz K. Wutscher
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Salinity Increases Nitrogen Leaching Losses from Citrus in Sandy Soils
John D. Lea-Cox, James P. Syvertsen
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Rootstock and Interstock Effects on the Growth of Young 'Minneola' Tangelo Trees
William S. Castle
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Energy Requirements for Florida Citrus Production
Richard C. Fluck, C. Direlle Baird, Balwinder S. Panesar
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Water Chemistry Effects on the Crystallization Temperature of Liquid Fertilizer
T. A. Obreza, E. O. Ontermaa, B. J. Boman
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Cold Protection Mechanisms
J. David Martsolf
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Handling & Processing

Heating and Cooling Rates of Sweet Potatoes During Postharvest Thermal Treatments as Influenced by Commodity Size and Chamber Temperatures
James D. Hansen, Jennifer L. Sharp
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Irradiation Plus Modified Atmosphere for Storage of Strawberries
J. K. Brecht, S. A. Sargent, J. A. Bartz, K. V. Chau, J.-P. Emond
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Alternative Bulk Film Wrapping Methods for Weight Loss Control of Fresh Grapefruit
L. Gene Albrigo, W. M. Miller
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Individual Shrink Film Wrapping of Mangos
T. Gregory McCollum, Salvatore D'Aquino, William R. Miller, Roy E. McDonald
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Limonin Content of Florida Packed Grapefruit Juice
S. M. Barros
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A Microwave System for Continuous Pasteurization of Orange Juice
Seifollah Nikdel, Donald G. MacKellar
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Analysis of Orange Juice Volatiles: Comparison of Extraction with Freon 113 and Ethyl Acetate
M. Klim, S. Nagy
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Condition and Quality of Florida Grapefruit Imported into the Netherlands during 1991-92 Season
L. A. Risse, A. J. Bongers, V. G. Bus, W. R. Miller
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Condition of Preharvest GA-Treated Grapefruit After Cold Treatment and Storage
William R. Miller, Roy E. McDonald
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Effect of Tomato Grade on Incidence of Decay During Simulated Shipping
Renar J. Bender, Steven A. Sargent, Jeffrey K. Brecht, Jerry A. Bartz
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Development of a Standardized Pepper Container
Michael T. Talbot, Steven A. Sargent, C. Direlle Baird, Jeffrey K. Brecht
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Grade Lowering Defects and Grading Practices for Indian River Grapefruit
William M. Miller, J. K. Burns
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Evaluation of Iprodione and Fosetyl-al and Other Fungicides for Postharvest Citrus Decay Control
G. Eldon Brown
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Status of Hot Air as a Quarantine Treatment to Control Pests
Jennifer L. Sharp
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Methods to Limit Ellagic Acid Precipitation in Muscadine Juice and Wine
Charles A. Sims, Victor M. Garrido, Robert P. Bates
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Changing Technology in Citrus Processing, Kenneth I. Fox
Jose H. Flores, Alan R. Conklin
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Microbially Produced Off-Flavors in Orange Juice
Harold K. Teller, Mickey E. Parish, Robert J. Braddock
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Effects of Temperature on Wax Yields and Composition During Winterization of Commercial Cold-Pressed Oil
D. L. Hendrix, S. Nagy, M. O. Balaban, P. G. Cpandall
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Interferences with Naringin and Neohesperidin Analysis by High Performance Liquid Chromatography
Wilbur W. Widmer, Shirley F. Martin
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Measurement of Orange Juice Color with a 0/45° Portable Colorimeter
Bela S. Buslig
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Solvent Extraction Procedure for the Recovery of Volatile Constituents from Orange Juice
R. F. Matthews, P. F. West
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Comparison of Oligosaccharides Generated During Sucrose Inversion and Citrus Juice Fermentation
Paul F. Cancalon
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Anticarcinogenic Activity of Phytochemicals in Citrus Fruit and Their Juice Products
Steven Nagy, John A. Attaway
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Effect of Gibberellic Acid and Postharvest Storage on Quality of Florida Navel Oranges
Mohamed A. Ismail, Diana L. Wilhite
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168 - 173

Ornamental

Comparative Effects of Rate, Spray Volume and Application Number of Growth Regulators on Potted Chrysanthemums
Gary J. Wilfret
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Paclobutrazol and Indoor Light Intensity Influence Water Use of Some Foliage Plants
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Notching Affects Bud Break of Dracaena frangrans 'Massangeana' Cane
D. B. McConnell, Maria Costa Smith
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Efficacy of Thiophanate Methyl Fungicides for Diseases of Florida Ornamentals
A. R. Chase
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Medium Leachate Characteristics and Plant Growth Responses to Four Controlled-Release Fertilizer Formulations
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Water Use and Runoff Comparisons of Greenhouse Irrigation Systems
Catherine A. Neal, Richard W. Henley
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Ectomycorrhizae Influence Drought Acclimation and Growth of Loblolly Pine Seedlings from a Mesic Provenance
Sven E. Svenson, Fred T. Davies, Jr.
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Nematode Host Study of Gordonia lasianthus (Loblolly Bay)
R. C. Beeson, Jr., H. L. Rhoades
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Preemergent Control of Phyllanthus Species
Jeffrey G. Norcini, James H. Aldrich
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Response of Container Grown Sea Oats to Selected Preemergence Herbicides
James P. Gilreath
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Seasonal Occurrence and Management of Landscape and Ornamental Pests in North Florida and South Georgia
Russell F. Mizell III, Donald E. Short
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Abnormal Stomata in Vitrified Plants Formed In Vitro
Y. Mohamed-Yasseen, T. L. Davenport, W. E. Splittstoesser, R. E. Litz
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Effect of Culture Vessel Type on In Vitro Multiplication of Pontederia cordata L.
M. E. Kane, N. L. Philman
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A Laboratory Exercise for Teaching Tissue Culture Technique Using Cyperus alternifolius as a Source of Explants
Y. Mohamed-Yasseen, T. L. Davenport, W. E. Splittstoesser, R. E. Litz
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Establishing a Countywide I.P.M. Program
Michael J. Holsinger
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Copper Hydroxide Controls Root Circling in Container-Grown West Indies Mahogany and Carpentaria Palm
Sven E. Svenson, Timothy K. Broschat
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N-P-K Fertilization for Potted Pickerelweed Production
B. K. Harbaugh, M. E. Kane, D. B. McConnell
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Natural Organic Slow-Release N Sources for Turfgrasses
Jerry B. Sartain
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224 - 226

Garden And Landscape

St. Augustinegrasses
Alice M. Rosenberger, Philip Busey
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Overseeding Trials on Fairway and Putting Green Bermudagrasses
A. E. Dudeck, S. F. Anderson
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Influence of Daylength and Fertility on Growth of Bermudagrass Cultivars
F. J. Marousky, A. E. Dudeck, L. B. McCarty, S. F. Anderson
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Growth Regulators and Storage Temperature Govern the Germination of Coreopsis Seed
William J. Carpenter, Eric R. Ostmark
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Bedding Plant Trials for South-East Florida
L. B. Hodyss
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Evaluation of Petunia Cultivars for the Landscape in West-Central Florida
T. K. Howe, W. E. Waters
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The Candlenut Tree, Handsome and Wind-Resistant, is a Neglected Ornamental in Florida
Julia F. Morton
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Dieffenbachias to Know and Grow
R. W. Henley
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Delay of Fertilization Affects Fruiting Response of Strawberry
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard, C. K. Chandler
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Organic Soil Amendments for Florida Vegetable Gardens
James M. Stephens, Stephen R. Kostewicz
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Snap Bean, Sweet Corn, Muskmelon and Cucumber Variety Evaluations in Organic Garden Culture
S. R. Kostewicz
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Tissue Culture of Some Arboreal Leguminous Plants
Y. Mohamed-Yasseen, T. L. Davenport, W. E. Splittstoesser
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Production of Fresh Market Herbs in West-Central Florida
A. A. Csizinszky
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Propagation of the Mamey Sapote
C. W. Campbell, S. P. Lara
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The 'Ruby' Mango
Richard J. Campbell, Carl W. Campbell
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Characters Needed for Commercially Successful Passion Fruit
Robert J. Knight, Jr.
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Rejuvenation of a Mature, Non-productive 'Lula' and 'Booth 8' Avocado Grove by Topping and Tree Removal
J. H. Crane, B. Schaffer, T. L. Davenport, C. Balerdi
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Chemical Control of Avocado and Lime Pests
J. E. Pena
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A New Disease of Mango in Costa Rica Caused by an Erwinia-Like Bacteria
R. T. McMillan, Jr., Amy Wang
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Spatial Dispersion and Sampling of Lime Pests in Florida
J. E. Pena, R. M. Baranowski
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Trend Analysis of Wine and Wine Cooler Consumption in Florida
Stephen Leong, David Jones
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Blueberry Gall Midge: A Pest on Rabbiteye Blueberry in Florida
Paul M. Lyrene, Jerry A. Payne
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Effect of Chelated Calcium on the Shelf-Life and Quality of Blueberry Fruits {Vactinium ashei Reade)
Fouad M. Basiouny, Floyd M. Woods
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Pollen Production and Cross Compatibility in Low-Chill Japanese-Type Plum
G. D. Richards, G. W. Porter, J. Rodriquez-A., W. B. Sherman
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Evaluation of Low-Chill, Non-Melting Flesh Peaches for Fresh Market Potential
G. W. Porter, G. D. Richards, J. Rodriquez-A., W. B. Sherman
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Assessment of Greenhouses and Nurseries for Chemical Toxicity
R- H. Biggs
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Vegetable

Reservoirs of the Sweetpotato Whitefly for Tomatoes in West-Central Florida
D. J. Schuster, J. E. Polston, J. F. Price
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Effectiveness of Different Insecticides for the Control of Melon Thrips, Thrips palmi Karny (Thysanoptera, Thripidae) Affecting Vegetables in South Florida
Dakshina R. Seal, Richard M. Baranowski
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Smooth Amaranth Interference in Muskmelon
E. R. Terry, Jr., W. M. Stall
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Screening Cabbage Varieties for Nematode Resistance
James M. White, Harlan L. Rhoades
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Nitrogen and Potassium Source and N-Rate for Drip-Irrigated Pepper
Salvadore J. Locascio, Michael R. Alligood
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Sweet Corn Weed Control Evaluations on Mineral and Organic Soils
G. S. Crnko, W. M. Stall, J. M. White
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The Energy Required in the Production of Vegetables in Florida
Richard C. Fluck, C. Direlle Baird, Balwinder S. Panesar
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Effect of Water Quantity on Fall Tomato Production in North Florida
S. M. Olson, F. M. Rhoads
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Use of Compost as Mulch on Bell Peppers
Nancy E. Roe, Herb H. Bryan, Peter J. Stoffella, Ted W. Winsberg
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Evaluation of Cultural Practices, Nitrogen Rates, and Cultivar Selection for Sweet Onion Production in Northeast Florida
D. R. Hensel, J. R. Shumaker
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Performance of Crisphead Lettuce Cultivars on Polyethylene-Mulched, Drip-Irrigated Sandy Soils in Florida
Daniel J. Cantliffe, Zvi Karchi
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Yield of Super Sweet Corn as Affected by N Application Timing, Plant Density, Tiller Removal, and Insecticides
H. Y. Hanna, R. N. Story
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Screening for Resistance to Fusarium Crown Rot of Tomato
John Paul Jones, S. S. Woltz, J. W. Scott
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Performance of 'Oso Grande', FL 85-4925, and FL 87-236 Strawberry During the 1991-1992 Season
Craig K. Chandler, James C. Sumler, Jr., Earl E. Albregts
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Inheritance of Spider Track Incidence, a Tomato Fruit Disorder
J. W. Scott, J. H. M. Barten
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Micropropagation as a Means of Rapidly Propagating Triploid and Tetraploid Watermelon
Michael E. Compton, D. J. Gray
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Flowering Habit, Yield, and Fruit Shape of Calabaza Cultigens
D. N. Maynard, G. W. Elmstrom, Linda Wessel-Beaver, T. G. McCollum
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Development and Breeding of Herbicide Tolerant Lettuce
R. T. Nagata, J. A. Dusky, A. C. Torres, D. J. Cantliffe, R. J. Ferl, T. A. Bewick
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Effect of Mixed Infection and Irrigation Method on Colonization of Tomato Roots by Trichoderma harzianum and Glomus intraradix
R. J. McGovern, L. E. Datnoff, L. Tripp
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Effect of Composted Organic Amendments on the Incidence of Bacterial Wilt of Tomato
D. O. Chellemi, D. J. Mitchell, A. W. Barkdol
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Phytotoxicity of Foliar Applications of Lactofen to Tomato as Influenced by Placement
J. P. Gilreath, P. R. Gilreath
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Evaluation of Methylene Urea for Fresh-Market Tomato, with Seepage Irrigation, A. A. Csizinszky
G. A. Clark, C. D. Stanley
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Florida Mexico Competition in the Winter Fresh Vegetable Industry
John J. VanSickle, Daniel J. Cantliffe
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Workshops

Workshop: NAFTA and GATT—What do they mean for Florida Agriculture?; NAFTA and Florida's Future; Some Advice to Young People Entering the Fruit Business
Dalton Yancey, Richard T. Gaskalla, Norman Todd
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Back Matter

Sponsored Student Program
 
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Constitution and By Laws
 
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Report of the Executive Committee
 
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Membership List
 
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Index
 
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