Vol 101 (1988)

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

Foliar Sprays to Control Adults of the Citrus Root Weevil Complex in Florida
R. C. Bullock, C. W. McCoy, J. Fojtik
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Evaluation of Bactericides for Control of Citrus Canker in Argentina
L W. Tinnner
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Effect of Fosetyl-AI and Metalaxyl Applications on Foot Rot Incidence and Growth of Young Citrus Trees Under Field Conditions
H. A. Sandler, L. W. Timmer, J. H. Graham, R. R. Pelosi
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Ground Speed and Spray Volume of Airblast Sprayers Affect Copper Deposition and Greasy Spot Control
J. D. Whitney, M. Salyani, D. B. Churchill, J. O. Whiteside, J. L Knapp, R. C. Littrell
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Controlled-Release Fertilizers and Growth of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees
j. J. Ferguson, F. S. Davies, C. H. Mauhews, R. M. Davis
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Marketing Problems and Potentials Confronting the Florida Fresh Citrus Industry
Gary F. Fairchild, Robert M. Behr, Mark G. Brown, Jonq Ying Lee
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Effects of Humate Amended Soils on the Growth of Citrus
r. G. Webb, R. H. Biggs, T. A. Obreza
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Response of Citrus to Seaweed-Based Nutrient Sprays
R. C. J. Kotl
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Citrumelos as Rootstocks for Florida Citrus
William S. Castle, Heinz K. Wutscher, Charles O. Youtsey, Robert R. Pelosi
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The Performance of 'Sunstar,' 'Midsweet,' and 'Gardner' Oranges
C. Jack Hearn
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Characteristics of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides From Lesions on Citrus Blossoms in the Indian River Area of Florida
R. M. Sonoda, R. R. Pelosi
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Cold Protection of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees Using Intermittent Microsprinkler Irrigation and Tree Wraps
Frederick S. Davies, L W. Rippetoe
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Modification of Temperature and Wind by an Orchard Cover and Heaters for Freeze Protection
W. J. Wiltbank, H. E. Hannah, F. Johnson, Jr., R. T. Fernandez, R. A. Bucklin, D. S. Harrison
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Tree Wraps, Trunk Temperatures, and Growth of Young Citrus Trees
W. Chris Oswalt, William J. Wiltbank, Frederick S. Davies
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Water Table Behavior Under Multi-Row Citrus Beds
T. A. Ohreza
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Herbicide Effects on Tree Growth and Weed Populations in Citrus,
Megh Singh, D. P. H. Tucker
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Failure to Propagate Citrus Blight in Reconstituted Trees
Heinz K. Wutscher, Paul F. Smith
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Estimated Average Annual Percent Tree Loss for Florida's Citrus Industry
Ronald P. Muraro
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Comparisons Between Densitometric Measurements, Image Analysis, and Photointerpretation Readings of Aerial Color Infrared Photographs of Citrus Trees
C. H. Blazquez
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Soil pH and Extractable Mineral Elements in and Around an Isolated Citrus Blight Site
Heinz K. Wutscher, Orie N. Lee
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Identification of Severe Isolates of Citrus Tristeza Virus in Young Field Plantings by Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay
Michael S. hey, Thomas A. Permar, Stephen M. Garnsey
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Assessment of Quality Loss During Commercial HarveSting and Postharvest Handling of 'Hamlin' Oranges
Jacqueline K. Burns, Ed Echeverria
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Competition and Trade in International Citrus Markets
Gary F. Fairchild, Robert M. Behr, Jonq-Ying Lee
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Statewide Citrus Manager Survey Results
L. K. Jackson, C. L. Taylor, R. M. Davis
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Garden And Landscape

An Economic Impact Study of Dade County Horticulture Production and Services
O. L. Hull
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Analysis of Shipping Related Problems of Dracaena massangeana
Lorcna B. Hodyss
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Master Gardeners Respond to Homeowner Horticulture Questions
Janel B. Tucker
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Evaluatiotl of Arnin-hinum majlLS L. (Snapdragon) Cultivars for the Landscape
Teresa K. Howe, W. E. Waters
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Field Grown Hibiscus Response to Nitrogen Rate
E. F. Gilman
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Notes on the Palmetto Weevil, Rhynchophonts cruentatus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
Robin M. Giblin-Davis, F. W. Howard
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Irrigation of Landscape Ornamentals Using Reclaimed Water
John R. Parnell
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Small Turf Irrigation System Management
Fedro S. Zazueta, Allen C. Smajstrla
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The Development of a Slide Chart Watering Guide for St. Auguslinegrass Lawns in South Florida
David Gilpin-Hudson
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Xeriscape: Water Conservation Through Creative Landscaping
Morris Rosen, Bruce Adams
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Select a Plant, a Landscape Plant Retrieval System for Florida Ornamentals
Henry M. Donsclman, Timothy K. Broschat, Alan W. Mecrow
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Wodyetia bifurcata. a Newly Described Palm From Australia
D. L. Hull
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The Decline of the South Florida Slash Pine
Kennith R. Roundtree
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Planting Depth and Tree Survival
A. A. Will, Jr., D. G. Burch
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Pity the Pitch Apple-Treat it as a Spreading Tree
Julia F. Morton
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Container Growing of Dooryard Tropical Fruits
Gene Joyner
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The 1987 Florida Sod Production Survey
John L. Cisar, John J. Haydu, Stephen D. Verkade, Karen E. Williams, Tom M. Teets
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Purchasing the Correct Sod for Each Landscape Job
Edward H. Davis, Edward W. Davis
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Vulnerability of St. Augustinegrass to the Southern Chinch Bug
Philip Busey, Bonnie L. Coy
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Mounts Botanical Garden--Its Function and Purpose
Douglas C. Galbraith, Clayton E. Hutcheson
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Reintroduction of Flowering Trees to South Florida
David E. Wedge
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Chinese Waterchestnuts in Florida-Past, Present, and Future
J. F. Morton, C. A. Sanchez, G. H. Snyder
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Handling & Processing

A Rapid Analytical Procedure for Volatile Constituents of Orange Juice
R. F. Matthews, P. F. West, R. D. Carter
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Measurement of Orange Juice Color With the Hunterlab Labscan Reflectance Spectrocolorimeter
Bela S. Buslig, Charles J. Wagner, Jr.
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Effect of Cell Wall Hydrolysis on Brix in Citrus Fruit. Ed Echever ria
Jacqueline K. Burns, Louise Wicker
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Measurement of Color Changes Due to Browning in Stored Grapefruit Juices
H. S. Lee, S. Nagy
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Methods for Reducing Acidity in Citrus Fruit
W. C. Wilson, T. A. Obreza
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Juice Vesicle Disorders and In-Fruit Seed Germination in Grapefruit
Yong-Soo Hwang, L. C. Albrigo, D. J. Huber
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An Approach to Better Design of Pressure-Cooled Produce Containers
Michael T. Talbot
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Evaluating Precooling Methods for Vegetable Packinghouse Operations
Steven A. Sargent, Michael T. Talbot, Jeffrey K. Brecht
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Frictional Properties in Handling Citrus
W. M. Miller
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Comparative Activity of Selected Food Preservatives as Citrus Postharvest Fungicides
David J. Hall
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Pallet Treatment With Benomyl of Citrus Fruit on Trucks for Control of Diplodia Stem-End Rot
G. Eldon Brown, Pat Mawk, John O. Craig
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1988 Quality of Florida Grapefruit Arrivals in Japan and Taiwan: Problems and Recommendations
Mohamed A. Ismail
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A Hot Water/Cold Storage Quarantine Treatment for Grapefruit Infested With the Caribbean Fruit Fly
W. P. Gould
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Phytotoxicity to Grapefruit Exposed to Hot Water Immersion Treatment
W. R. Miller, R. E. McDonald, T. T. Hatton, M. Ismail
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StatU:rI of Hot Water Immersion Quarantine Treatment for Tephritidae Immatures in Mangos
Jennifer L. Sharp
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Evaluation of Prestorage Treatment Effects on Vase Life of Learherleaf Fern
Robert H. Stamps
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An Application of Models for Survival Data to Postharvest Systems Evaluation
Jayachandran N. Variyam, Jeffrey L. Jordan, Reuben Beverly, Robert L. Sllewfelt, Stanley E. Prussia
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Observations on Condition or Florida Vegetables in New England and Chicago Markets, 1987 and 1988
Jeffrey K. Brecht, Steven A. Sargent, Wayne Crain
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Quality Changes of Carrot Sticks in Storage
Joseph H. Bruemmer
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Observations on the Storability of California and Florida Crisphead Lettuce
D. D. Gull, V. L. Guzman
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Forced-Air Cooling and Shipping of Green Beans
Lawrence A. Risse, William L. Craig, Jr.
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Treatment of Tomatoes With an Exo-Enzyme Increases Ethylene and Accelerates Ripening
E. A. Baldwin, R. Pressey
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Effect of Two Types of Edible Films on Tomato Fruit Ripening
M. O. Nisperos, E. A. Baldwin
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Workshop-Handling and Processing Section
Editors Editors
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Optimizing Processing Parameters for 'Stover' Wine
C. A. Sims, R. P. Bates
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Browning Capacity of Muscadine Grapes
O. Lamikanra
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Muscadine and Bunch Grape Fresh Fruit Taste Panels During 21 Years With tol Cultivars
J. A. Mortensen, J. W. Harris
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Use of Tensiometers for Blueberry Irrigation Scheduling
A. G. Smajstria, D. Z. Haman, P. M. Lyrene
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Blueberry Response to Irrigation and Ground Cover
D. Z. Haman, A. G. Smajstrla, P. M. Lyrene
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Accumulated Philosophy on Student Recruiting, Teaching, Research and Funding
Norman F. Childers
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Low-Chill Peach and Nectarine Cultivars for Trial in Florida
W. B. Sherman, P. M Lynne, N. F. Childers, F. G. Gmitter, P. C. Andersen
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'Merida', an Early-Maturing Black Sapote Cultivar
Carl W. Campbell, John Popenoe, Simon E. Malo
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Chemical Control of Broad Mites (Acarina:Tarsonemidae) in Limes (Citrus latifolia)
J. E. Pena
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Effectiveness of Pesticides Against Two Tropical Fruit Pests
J. E. Pena, J. Nagel
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Cryoprotectant and Antitranspirant Efficacy for Frost Protection of Prunus Flower Ovaries
Mark Rieger, Gerard Krewer
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Vegetative and Reproductive Effects of Cultar Applied to 'Cape Fear' and 'Desirable' Pecan Trees
Peter C. Andersen
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Current Importance of Fusarial Wilt of Banana in Dade County, Florida and Relationships Among and the Origins of Isolates of the Incitant, Fusarium oxyspurum F. sp. Cubense From Florida and Other Banana-Growing Regions
Randy C. Ploetz, Emily S. Shepard, J. H. Crane
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Fungi Found in Association With Postbloom Fruit Drop of Persian Lime Flowers
Laura Bowling, R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Specialty Produce Knowledge in the Industry
J. Smith, P. S Easton
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Commercial Use of Fungicide Deccozil on Cantaloupes
B. Dave, M. Walia, M. Sales
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Financial Analysis of Investment Requirements and Profitability of Muscadine Production in Florida
Stephen Leong
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Cultivation of Highbush Blueberry in Florida
P. M. Lyrene, W. B. Sherman
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Physical, Chemical and Sensory Evaluation of 'Flordaking' Peaches Stored Under Different Conditions
J. A. Robertson, F. l. Meredith
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Effect of Ripening and Storage on 'Flordaking' Peach Quality
J. A. Robertson, Filmore I. Meredith
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Commercial Production, Processing and Marketing of Muscadine F mit J uit:e and Deseeded Canned Fruit
Clifton F. Savoy, Lance Rodan, Betsy Woodward, Sola Lamikanra, Natholyn Harris, Khe Van Chau, Timothy D. Hewiu, Charles Sim
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Effects of Harvest Date. Maturity and Storage Intervals on Postharvest Quality of Rabbiteye Blueberry (Vaccinium ashei Reade)
Fouad M. Basiouny, Yuli Chen
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Ornamental

New Trends in Amaryllis (Hjppeastrum) Breeding
Alan W. Meerow
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Effect of Temperature and Desiccation on the Gennination of Thrinax morrisii
William J Carpenter, Edward F. Gilman
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VegeLative Propagation of Florida Native Plants: I. Hollies (Ilex spp.)
B. Dehgan, F. Almira, M. Gooch, M. Kane
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Vegetative Propagation of Florida Native Plants: II. Acer rubrum, Gordonia Lasianthus, Magnolia virginiana, and Styrax americana
B. Dehgan, M. Gooch, F. Almira, P. Poole
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Propagation of West Indies, Honduran and Hybrid Mahoganies by Cuttings. Compared With Seed Propagation
F. W. Howard, S. D. Verkade, J. D. DeFilippis
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Vertical Displacement of Dracaena fragrans Ker-Gawl 'Massangeana' Cane
D. B. McConnell, D. Y. Melendro
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In Vitro Propagation and Post-Transplant Performance of Black Tupelo
M. E. Kane, T. J. Sheehan, B. Dehgan, N. L. Philman
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Response of Anthurium 'Lady Jane'TM Liners to Different Light and Fertilizer Levels
R. J. Henny, W. C. Fooshee
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Tissue Cultured Stock History and Hot Water Treatment Affect Caladium Tuber Production on Sandy Soils
Brent K. Harbaugh, G. J. Wilfret, A. J. Ovennan
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Propagule Spacing and Nutrition Influence Production of Caladium Tubers
Gary J. Wilfret, B. K. Harbaugh
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Relationship of Caladium Tuber Size to Water Use in Production
A. J. Overman, B. K. Harbaugh
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Storage of Philodendron and Pothos Cuttings
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Phytotoxicity of Mancozeb to Tagetes patula 'Lemondrop'
L. G. Brown
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Paclobutrazol and Irradiance Level Affect Growth of Magnoila grandiflora 'Glen St. Mary'
Chris A. Martin, Dewayne L. Ingram
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Influence of Paclobutrazol on Foliage Plants
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Turfgrass Responses to New Slow-Release N Sources
J. B. Sartain
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Nutritional Response of Five CaIalheas
A. R. Chase, R. T. Poole
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Production and Postharvest Culture of Red Ginger in South Florida
Timothy K. Broschat, Henry Donselman
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Container Spacing Treatments Influence Temperature Fluctuations and Hotly Growth
Dewayne Ingram Chris, Martin Ben Castro
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Water Use Efficiency of Four Species of Woody Ornamentals Under North Florida Winter Conditions
Gary W. Knox, David Zimet
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Comparison of Nondestructive Chlorophyll-Sensitive Photometer and Destructive Methods of Chlorophyll Determination
Robert H. Stamps, Cindy Connery Boone
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Growth Promotion in Plants by a Non-Pathogenic Fungus
R. T. McMilJan, K. R. Naryanan, L. J. Ramos, J. M. Jeter, S. Gutierrez
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Effect of Ammonium-Nitrate Ratio on Growth and Quality of Brassaia actinophylla and Susceptibility to Xanthomonas campestris pv. Hederae
J. H. Blake, A. R. Chase
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Effect of Fertilizer Rate on Susceptibility of Ficus benjamina to Xanthomonas campestris pv. fici
A. R. Chase
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Promising Anthurium Species and Hybrids for the Nursery Industry
Henry Donselman Timothy, K. BTOschat
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Advocacy for Trees
Michael S. Zimmerman
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Vegetable

Yield, Quality, and Leaf Nutrient Composition of Crisphead Lettuce as Affected By N, P, and K on Histosols
C. A. Sanchez, H. W. Burdine, V. L. Guzman, C. B. Hall
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Tomato Response to Foliar Nutrient and Biostimulant Applications
B. F. Castro, S. J. Locascio, S. M. Olson
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Effect of N and K Rates on Bacterial Spot in Trickle Irrigated Tomatoes
A. A. Csizinszky, J. B. Jones, C. D. Stanley, S. P. Kovach
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Bacterial Wilt Expression in Tomato as Influenced by Cultivar and Lime
S. J. Locascio, R. E. Stall, W. M. Stall
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Field Control of Target Spot and Bacterial Speck of Tomato
John Paul Jones, Jeffrey B. Jones
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Use of Proteinases as Foliar Sprays to Control Bacterial and Fungal Diseases
K. R. Narayanan, R. T. McMillian, Jr., W. R. Graves, L. J. Ramos
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Fungicides for Control of Snap Bean Rust and Powdery Mildew: Their Efficacy and Compatibility With Canadian Residue Tolerances
Ken Pohronezny, Wilbur Dankers, W. George Fong, Chris Meline
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Evaluation of Herbicides for Weed Control in Florida Lettuce Production
J. A. Dusky, W. M. Stall, J. M. White
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Effect of Biostimulants on Fruiting of Strawberry
E. E. AlbregtS, C. M. Howard, Craig Chandler, Rick L. Mitchell
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Improving Plant Stands of Super Sweet Corn by Seed Treatment
D. J. CantlifIe, M. Bieniek
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Water Use of Drip Irrigated Tomatoes Under High Water Table Conditions
G. Vellidis, A. G. Smajstrla, F. S. Zazueta
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Breeding Strawberries for Florida: Accomplishments and Goals
C. K. Chandler, C. M. Howard, E. E. Aibregts
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Pumpkins: A Potential Commercial Crop for Florida
G. W. Ebnstrom, P. R. Gilreath, D. N. Maynard
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Evaluation of Leek Cultivars in West Central Florida
Donald N. Maynard
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Bacterial Spot Resistance Is Not Associated With Bacterial Wilt Resistance in Tomato
). W. Scott, G. C. Somodi, B. Jones
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A Comparison of Micro to Subsurface Irrigation of Tomatoes
D. J. Pitts, G. A. Clark, J. Alvarez, P. H. Everett, J. M. Grimm
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Silver-Leaf of Squash in South Florida
John N. Simons, Peter J. Stoffella, Kenneth D. Shuler, Richard N. Raid
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Immunodiffusion Tests for Six Viruses That Infect Cucurbits in Florida
D. E. Purdfull, G. W. Simone, C. A. Baker, E. Hiebert
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Economics of Watermelon and Muskmelon Planting Systems in North Florida
Chris D. Meline, George J. Hochmuth
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Vegetable Marketing Survey for North Florida
David Zimet
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