Vol 102 (1989)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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Front Matter
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Citrus

Variation in the Severity of Citrus Tristeza Virus Isolates from Groves with Quick Decline
R. F. Lee, R. H. Brlansky
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Effect of Removal of Persistent Calyxes from Navel Orange Trees Affected by Postbloom Fruit Drop
S. H. Futch, J. W. Hebb, R. M. Sonoda
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Phytophthora Feeder Root Rot of Bearing Citrus: Fungicide Effects on Soil Populations of Phytophthora parasitica and Citrus Tree Productivity
L. W. Timmer, H. A. Sandier, J. H. Graham, S. E. Zitko
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Interaction of Fosetyl-Aluminum Fungicide and Copper Fungicides on Citrus Fruit and Foliage
R. M. Sonoda, M. Vathakos, R. R. Pelosi
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Comparison of Various Spray Oils for Controlling Greasy Spot on Grapefruit Leaves and Fruit
J. O. Whiteside
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Effectiveness of Fungicide Supplements to Spray Oil for Improving Greasy Spot Control on Grapefruit Leaves and Fruit
J. O. Whiteside
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Efficacy of Specific Formulations of Cupric Hydroxide Fungicides for Control of Citrus Melanose and Greasy Spot
R. R. Johnson, H. R. O'Neal
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Relationship Between Xylem-Limited Bacteria and Citrus Blight
D. L. Hopkins, C. M. Thompson, F. W. Bistline, L. W. Russo
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Long-Term Patterns of Water Uptake in Syringe Injection and Wood Zinc Levels of Blight-Affected Orange Trees
Heinz K. Wutscher
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Economic Comparison of Southern and Northern Citrus Production in Florida
Stephen A. Ford, Ronald P. Muraro, Gary F. Fairchild
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Deposition of Different Spray Volumes on Citrus Trees
M. Salyani, C. W. McCoy
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Spray Volume and Acaricide Rate Effects on the Control of the Citrus Rust Mite
Clayton W. McCoy, Ben Huai Lye, Masoud Salyani
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Split Aldicarb Application for Pest Suppression on Navel Orange Trees in Florida
R. C. Bullock
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Dicofol: The Influence of Application Method on Snow Scale Population and Sex Ratio
A. C. White, T. J. Stelter
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Enhancement of Citrus Red Mite Panonychus citri (McGregor) Control Through the Use of Triton CS-7
W. J. Bourgeois, A. J. Adams
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Comparison of Two Methods of Estimating Potential Citrus Evapotranspiration
T. A. Obreza, D. J. Pitts
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Citrus Irrigation With Reclaimed Municipal Wastewater
Robert C. J. Koo, Mongi Zekri
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Microsprinkler Irrigation Scheduling and Pattern Effects on Growth of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees
Thomas E. Marler, Frederick S. Davies
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Salinity in Florida Citrus Production
J. P. Syvertsen, Brian Boman, D. P. H. Tucker
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Heated Irrigation Cold Protection
J. David Martsolf
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Tensiometers for Irrigation Scheduling in a Florida Citrus Grove
Jack Creighton David, A. Sleeper, Calvin Hubbard
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The Texas Citrus Industry—1989
Julian W. Sauls, Robert E. Rouse
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Yield and Fruit Quality of 'Ambersweet' Orange Hybrid on Different Rootstocks
C. Jack Hearn
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A Survey of Florida Citrus Nurseries
Jeffrey G. Williamson, Willian S. Castle
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Relationship Between Tree Counts and Citrus Grove Production
C. H. Blazquez, Ben Abbitt, David Hitchcock, Roger Judy
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Garden And Landscape

Profitability Enhancement of Local and Regional Trade Shows
W. L. Schall
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Major Issues Confronting the Florida Ornamental Industry
Alan Hodges, John Haydu
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Ornamental Plant Growth Responses to Different Application Rates of Reclaimed Water
John R. Parnell
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Azaleas and Reclaimed Water
M. Larue Robinson, John R. Parnell
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Leu Gardens: Past, Present and Future
G. Paul
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Pansy Cultivar Evaluation in the Landscape
T. K. Howe, W. E. Waters
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The Mexican Washington Palm is not an Asset in Florida Landscaping
Julia F. Morton
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Potassium Deficiency in South Florida Ornamentals
Timothy K. Broschat
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Mushroom Compost as a Soil Amendment for Vegetable Gardens
J. M. Stephens, G. C. Henry, B. F. Castro, D. L. Bennett
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Correlation of Visual Ratings With Quantitative Measurements of Weed Control During Containerized Landscape Plant Production
Robert H. Stamps, Catherine A. Neal
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Marketing Landscape Maintenance Through a Services Directory
Michael J. Holsinger
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Description and Characteristics of the Landscape Maintenance Industry in Florida
Michael J. Holsinger, Cliff Taylor, J. Walter Prevatt
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Mahogany Webworm: Damage Evaluation and Control in Nurseries and Landscape Areas
F. W. Howard
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Evaluation of Selected Ornamental Figs for Interior Use
R. W. Henley, R. T. Poole
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Vines for South Florida Gardens
Derek Burch, A. A. Will, Jr.
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Challenges Facing the Sod Production Industry
John J. Haydu, John L. Cisar, Karen E. Williams
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Comparison of Overseeded Grasses for Putting Greens
A. E. Dudeck, L. B. McCarty
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DRIS Evaluation of the Nutrient Status of Bahia and St. Augustine Turfgrasses
G. H. Snyder, C. A. Sanchez, J. S. Alrichs
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Turfgrass Proving Grounds
Philip Busey
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Exceptional Flowering Perennials for Central Florida
Sydney Park Brown
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Landscaping to Conserve Energy
R. J. Black, A. W. Meerow
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Effects of Injected and Surface Fertility on Hibiscus Growth in Bare Ground, Mulch and Turf
Edward F. Gilman
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Handling & Processing

Membrane Concentration of Orange Juice
Stephen Cross
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Effects of Temperature on Pulp Removal from Orange Juice by Centrifugation
S. M. Barros
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Quality of Carambolas Subjected to Hot Water Immersion Quarantine Treatment
Guy J. Hallman
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Preliminary Investigation Using Hot Air to Disinfest Grapefruit of Caribbean Fruit Fly Immatures
Jennifer L. Sharp
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Detection, Quarantine, and Eradication of Fruit Flies Invading Florida
Richard A. Clark, Howard V. Weems, Jr.
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Control of Temperature and Relative Humidity in Van Containers of Potted Areca Palms in Export Shipments to Europe
L. A. Risse, R. E. McDonald, A. J. Bongers
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Refrigerated Vacuum Packaging of Carambola Slices
R. F. Matthews, J. A. Lindsay, P. F. West, A. Leinart
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Evaluation of Commercial Precooling for Sweet Corn
Michael T. Talbot, Steven A. Sargent, Jeffrey K. Brecht, Lawrence A. Risse
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Storability of California and Florida Crisphead Lettuce, II. Fungicide Treatments
D. D. Gull, J. K. Brecht, L. E. Datnoff, R. N. Raid, V. L. Guzman
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Resistance of Different Strains of Penicillium digitatum to Imazalil Treatment in California Citrus Packinghouses
B. Dave, M. Sales, M. Walia
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Reduction in Sodium Ortho-Phenylphenate Concentration on Citrus by Controlling pH
J. L. Kelly, R. N. Ryno, S. Bowers
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Effectiveness of Aerosol Fungicide Applications in the Degreening Room for Control of Citrus Fruit Decay
G. Eldon Brown, John O. Craig
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Measuring Air Exchange Rates for Citrus Degreening Rooms
W. M. Miller
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Pesticide Residues in Food
Aaron W. Welch, Jr.
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Condition of Waxed or Film-Wrapped 'Minneola' Tangelos After Storage
William R. Miller, Roy E. McDonald
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Low-Chill Peaches in South Texas and Potential in Central Florida
Robert E. Rouse, Wayne B. Sherman
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Location Influences on Fruit Traits of Low-Chill Peaches in Australia
B. L. Topp, W. B. Sherman
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Performance of Non-Astringent Persimmons (Diospyros kaki L.) in Florida
E. P. Miller
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'Homestead', a Superior Guava for Fresh Market and for Processing
Carl W. Campbell
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Survey of Southern Highbush and Rabbiteye Blueberries in Florida
T. E. Crocker, L. Willis
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Comparison of Pine Bark Mulch and Polypropylene Fabric Ground Cover in Blueberries
David E. Norden
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The Florida Climate as it Relates to Blueberry Production
P. M. Lyrene
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Guava and Passionfruit as Commercial Crops in Florida
Matt J. Murray, Craig A. Campbell
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Sources, Pricing Policies and Likelihood of Sale of Muscadine Grapes in Supermarkets in Florida
Stephen Leong
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Evaluation of Wine Potential from Breeding Lines and Cultivars in Florida
Charles A. Sims, John Mortensen
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In Vitro Micropropagation and Plant Establishment of 'Blanc du Bois' Grape
D. J. Gray, C. M. Klein
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Yields and Other Characteristics of Muscadine Grape Cultivars at Leesburg
J. A. Mortensen, J. W. Harris
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Effect of Irrigation on Leaf Water Potential, Growth and Yield of Mango Trees
Kirk D. Larson, Bruce Schaffer Frederick, S. Davies
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Leaf Gas Exchange Characteristics of Eleven Species of Fruit Crops in North Florida
P. C. Andersen
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Performance of Clonal Avocado Rootstocks in Dade County, Florida
Randy C. Ploetz, Jose L. Ramos, Jorge L. Parrado, Bruce Schaffer, S. Pablo Lara
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Flooding Tolerance of 'Golden Star' Carambola Trees
M. E. B. Joyner, Bruce Schaffer
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Acreage and Plant Densities of Commercial Carambola, Mamey Sapote, Lychee, Longan, Sugar Apple, Atemoya, and Passion Fruit Plantings in South Florida
Jonathan H. Crane
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Peel Disorders of Florida Citrus as Related to Growing Area and Color-Add Formulations
David J. Hall, Michael D. Bowers
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The Guide: An Industry Response to New Regulations
Mary Lamberts, Gabriele Marewski, Ronalene H. Monteith, Mitch Rabin
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Role of Arthropods in the Transmission of Postbloom Fruit Drop
J. E. Pena, R. Duncan
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Ornamental

Temperature and Desiccation Effect on Seed Germination of Coccothrinix argentata
William J. Carpenter, Eric R. Ostmark
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Vegetative Propagation of Florida Native Plants: III. Shrubs
B. Dehgan, M. Gooch, F. Almira, M. Kane
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Vegetative Propagation of Florida Native Plants: IV. Quercus Spp. (Oaks)
B. Dehgan, F. Almira, M. Gooch, T. Sheehan
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In Vitro Propagation of Florida Native Plants: Styrax americana and Persea palustris
M. E. Kane, T. J. Sheehan, B. Dehgan, N. L. Philman
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Response of Ligustrum and Azalea to Surface and Growth Medium-Incorporated Fertilizer Applications
Thomas H. Yeager, Dewayne L. Ingram, Claudia A. Larsen
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Effects of Fertilizer and Irrigation Rates on Maintenance of Ficus benjamina and Ficus retusa 'Nitida' in an Interior Environment
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Biostimulant and High Fertilizer Rates Do Not Affect Leatherleaf Fern Frond Development, Yield or Vase Life
Robert H. Stamps
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Chrysanthemum Cultivars Evaluated as Center-Disbudded
Gary J. Wilfret
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Production of Foliage Begonias for the Interiorscape Market
R. T. Poole, R. W. Henley
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Evaluation of Magnolia grandiflora 'Glen St. Mary' for Use in Interior Environments
Chris A. Martin, Dewayne L. Ingram
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Cultural Practices Influence Yield and Incidence of Non-Flowering Gypsophila
B. K. Harbauch, V. F. Cooper, T. A. Nell
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Growth of Dieffenbachia and Gardenia in Various Potting Ingredients
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Long-Term Effect of Uniconazole on Growth of Woody Landscape Plants
Jeffrey G. Norcini, Gary W. Knox
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Sprangletop Control in St. Augustine Sod Production
G. J. Cashion, J. P. Gilreath, G. K. England
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Insecticidal Control of Magnolia White Scale and Long-Tailed Mealybug on Sago-Palms
F. W. Howard
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Resident Instruction in Horticulture for Place-Bound Students
Stephen D. Verkade, George E. Fitzpatrick
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Commercial Foliage Plants: Twenty Years of Change
Dennis B. McConnell, Richard W. Henley, Catherine B. Kelly
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Vegetable

Influence of Lateral Tubing Location and Number on Growth and Yield of Tomatoes with Micro Irrigation
D. J. Pitts, C. E. Arnold, J. M. Grimm
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Drip Irrigated Tomato as Affected by Water Quantity and N and K Application Timing
Salvadore J. Locascio, Allen G. Smajstrla
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Influence of Propagation Site on the Fruiting of Three Strawberry Clones Grown in a Florida Winter Production System
C. K. Chandler, E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard, Adam Dale
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Evaluation of Triploid Watermelon Cultivars in Central and Southwest Florida
Donald N. Maynard, Gary W. Elmstrom
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Seed Treatments to Improve Rate and Uniformity of Celery Seed Germination
I. Tanne, D. J. Cantliffe
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Slicing Cucumber Cultivar Trial, Fall, 1988
Robert C. Hochmuth, George J. Hochmuth
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Pruning Method Effects on Yield, Fruit Size, and Percentage of Marketable Fruit of 'Sunny' and 'Solar Set' Tomatoes
S. M. Olson
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Double-Cropping Cucumber and Tomatoes to Minimize the Cost of Staking Cucumber
H. Y. Hanna, A. J. Adams, R. J. Edling
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Preemergence and Postemergence Weed Control in Snap Beans
W. M. Stall, S. J. Locascio, R. C. Hochmuth
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Watermelon Production as Influenced by Herbicide Combination and Cultivation
S. J. Locascio, W. M. Stall, S. M. Olson, C. S. Vavrina
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Phytotoxicity of Foliar Application of Cinmethylin to Pepper
James P. Gilreath, Phyllis R. Gilreath, John A. Cornell
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Effect of Adjuvant on Nightshade Control With Paraquat and Diquat
James P. Gilreath, Phyllis R. Gilreath
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Management of High pH Histosols for Lettuce Production
C. A. Sanchez, H. W. Burdine, V. L. Guzman, R. B. Beverly
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Acidification of an Everglades Histosol Using Several Fertilizer Sources
J. M. Lockhart, C. A. Sanchez
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Nitrogen Nutrition of Cabbage Seedlings Grown in a Pine Bark Medium in Polystyrene Trays
G. J. Wright, I. E. Smith
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Effect of Controlled (Slow) Release Nitrogen Sources on Tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. cv. Solar Set
A. A. Csizinszky
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Field Evaluations of Nitrogen Fertilization Programs for Subsurface-Irrigated Tomatoes
George Hochmuth, Ed Hanlon, Phyllis Gilreath, Ken Shuler
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Recolonization of Fumigated Tomato Production Soil in Dade County by Pythium Spp.
Randy C. Ploetz, Leslie Stempel
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Fusarium Wilt of Tomato in Florida Before and After an Overseasoning Period
John Paul Jones., J. W. Scott, J. P. Crill
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Evaluation of Fungicides for Control of Early Blight in Florida Celery Production
R. N. Raid
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Efficacy of Fosetyl-Aluminum Foliar Applications in Controlling Downy Mildew of Lettuce
R. N. Raid, L. E. Datnoff
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Postharvest Treatment of Florida Fresh Market Tomatoes with Fungicidal Wax to Reduce Decay
David J. Hall
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Food Baits for Pre-Plant Sampling of Wireworms (Coleoptera: Elateridae) in Potato Fields in Southern Florida
Richard K. Jansson, Scott H. Lecrone, Dakshina R. Seal
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Biology and Management of Corn-Silk Fly, Euxesta stigmatis Loew (Diptera: Otitidae), on Sweet Corn in Southern Florida
D. R. Seal, R. K. Jansson
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Suppression of the Sweetpotato Whitefly on Commercial Fresh Market Tomatoes
D. J. Schuster, P. H. Everett, J. F. Price, J. B. Kring
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