Vol 100 (1987)

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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Handling & Processing

Handling & Processing Section, FSHS Role in the Florida Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Industries
W. F. Wardowski, W. Grierson, R. K. Showalter
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Gamma Irradiation as a Quarantine Treatment for Florida Grapefruit Infested With Caribbean Fruit Fly, Anastrepha s'USpensa, (Loew)
D. L. von Windeguth, M. A. Ismail
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Effectiveness of Various Postharvest Treatments for Mango Decay Control
R. T. McMillan, Jr., D. H. Spalding, W. F. Reeder
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Influence of High-Temperature Conditioning on Peel Injury and Decay of Waxed or Film Wrapped Florida Grapefruit After Low-Temperature Storage
W. R. Miller, D. Chun, L. A. Risse, T. T. Hatton
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Effects of Harvest Date and Type of Film Wrapping on Keeping Quality of Florida Grapefruit
Huang Shu, L. G. Albrigo, P. J. Fellers
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Biological Basis for Postharvest Uses of Formulated Quarternary Ammonium Compounds (Quats)
B. A. Dave
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Effect of Experimental Bacterial Disinfectants Applied to Oranges on Postharvest Decay
G. Eldon Brown
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Seasonal Trends in the Population Dynamics of Fungi, Yeasts, and Bacteria on Fruit Surface of Grapefruit in Florida
D. Chun, R. E. McDonald
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Bridging the Technology Gap Between Research and Fresh Citrus Packing
W. I. Wenda, J. L. Kelly
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Influence of Various Conditioning Times and Temperatures and Intermittent Warming on Chilling Injury and Decay of Nonwrapped and Film Wrapped Peppers
L. A. Risse, D. Chun
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Citrus Wax Drying Evaluation Via Infrared Thermometry
William M. Miller, William L. Verba
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The Florida State Horticultural Society and the Citrus Processing Industry
Richard F. Matthews
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Stability of Prepared Carrot Sticks in Storage
J. H. Bruemmer
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Firmness and Mealiness of Selected Florida-Grown Tomato Cultivars
M. Joseph Ahrens, Donald J. Huber, John W. Scott
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Effect of Freeze Damage and Processing Variables on the Juice Color of Several Florida Orange Cultivars
S. M. Barros, D. R. Petrus, R. D. Carter, P. J. Fellers
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Nonconventional Treatment of Citrus Juice Extractor Residue
L. Wicker, M. E. Parish, R. J. Braddock
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A General Purpose Tristimulus Colorimeter for the Measure of Orange Juice Color
B. S. Buslig, C. J. Wagner, Jr., R. E. Berry
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Changes in Sugars and Acids of Citrus Fruits During Storage
Ed Echeverria, Mohamed Ismail
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Evaluating Panelist Bias From Grapefruit Juice Hedonic Scores
Russell L. Rouseff, John E. Davis, S. Faye Martin, Sandy M. Barros
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Pack or Juice? A Look at Packout Rates
Richard Beilock, W. F. Wardowski
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Citrus

Glufosinate (Ignite): A New Promising Postemergence Herbicide for Citrus
Megh Singh, D. P. H. Tucker
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Growth of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees Using Standard and Controlled-Release Fertilizers
T. E. Marler, J. J. Ferguson, F. S. Davies
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Screening Sweet Orange Citrus Cultivars for Relative Susceptibility to Phytophthora Foot Rot
G. S. Smith, D. J. Hutchison, C. T. Henderson
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Seed and Budwood Source Effects on the Incidence of Citrus Blight Among 14-Year-Old 'Valencia' Orange Trees
R. R. Pelosi, A. B. Gould, M. Cohen, R. M. Sonoda
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Relationship of Citrus Blight to Tree Size of 'Valencia' Orange on Rough Lemon Rootstock
A. B. Gould, R. S. Ferriss, M. Cohen, R. R. Pelosi, R. M. Sonoda
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The Effect of Withholding Fe, Zn, and Mn Sprays on Leaf Nutrient Levels, Growth Rate and Yield of Young 'Pineapple' Orange Trees
H. K. Wutscher, T. A. Obreza
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Citrus Tristeza Virus and Vectors: Regulatory Concerns
C. L. Schoulties, L. G. Brown, C. O. Youtsey, H. A. Denmark
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Citrus Canker-The Role of Enzymes and Xanthan Gum in Infection and Spread of the Pathogen
P. G. Webb, R. H. Biggs, J. E. Gander
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Current and Future Trends in Budwood Dissemination and Rootstock Planting
C. o. youtsey
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Survey of Florida Citrus Nurseries for Phytophthora spp.
S. E. Zitko, L. W. Tmmer, W. S. Castle
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Root System Development in Field- and Container-Grown Young Citrus Trees
William S. Castle
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Growth of Bare-Rooted and Container-Grown 'Hamlin' Orange Trees in the Field
Thomas E. Marler, Frederick S. Davies
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Citrus Survey and Citrus Mapping Microcomputer Programs
Thomas W. Oswalt
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Grove Management With Computer Aided Photointerpretation
George J. Edwards, Bryan Beasley, Ted Carey, Don L. Goolsby
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The Post-Freeze U. S. Grapefruit Industry From a Florida and Texas Perspective
Gary F. Fairchild, Paul W. Teague
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Freeze Protection Methodology Reviewed in the Light of Dependence on Weather and Climate Information
J. David Martsolf
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Microclimate of Young Citrus Trees Protected by Microsprinkler Irrigation During Freeze Conditions
Mark Rieger, Larry K. Jackson, Frederick S. Davies
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Low Temperature Killing Points of Citrus Leaves During the 1984-85, 1985-86 and 1986-87 Low Temperature Periods in Florida
W. J. Wiltbank, T. W. Oswalt
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Observations of Cultural Problems With the 'Sunburst' Mandarin
L. G. Albrigo, C. W. McCoy, D. P. H. Tucker
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The 'Fallglo' Citrus Hybrid in Florida
C. J. Hearn
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Effect of an Artificial Windbreak on Rind Blemish and Yield of Hamlin Orange
A. J. Rose
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Water Management for Citrus Production in the Florida Flatwoods
Elizabeth A. Graser, L. H. Allen, Jr.
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Effects of Soil Series on Shallow Water Table Fluctuations in Bedded Citrus
B. J. Boman
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Manufacturing Variation of Microirrigation Emitters
B. J. Boman
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Garden And Landscape

Helping Your Extension Agent Help You
Loretta B. Hodyss, Thomas M. Teets
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A Landscape Design Created to Provide Low Maintenance, a Sense of Security, and Visual Quality
Susan V. Sprunt, George E. Fitzpatrick
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Landscape Lighting
Dewayne L. Ingram
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Bamboo--An Emerging Plant for Interiors
Richard W. Henley, Richard T. Poole
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149 - 152
Gingers for Florida Gardens
Derek Burch Ellen, W. Demmy, Henry Donselman
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Street Trees for South Florida
Michael J. Cullen
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Palms Available for Landscaping in Southern Florida
Murray J. Corman
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Tropical Daylilies: An Update
J. Wooten
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Bromeliads for South Florida Landscape
Harvey R. Bullis, Jr.
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Heliconia as a Pot Plant
Dexter Ball
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Success in Woody Plant Trials at Walt Disney World
D. Scott Shultz
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History of Turfgrass Production in Florida
Ralph W. White, Philip Busey
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167 - 173
Solarization of Small Volumes of Potting Soil for Disinfestation of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes
R. M. Giblin, S. D. Verkade
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Propagation Techniques for Five Endangered Sand Scrub Species
Nancy J. Bissett
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Major Florida Cut Foliage Crops Classified According to Floral Design and Landscape Usage
Robert H. Stamps
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Salt Tolerant Bedding Plants
B. Tjia, S. A. Rose
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Boron Nutrition in Florida Ornamentals
L. P. Griffith
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Fertility and Fertilizers
Howard C. Bardsley
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Desirable Features ofWeed Control Programs in Residential Landscapes
Evert Burt Wayne, Currey John Burt
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Flamingo Gardens: Metamorphosis Into a Botanical Garden
Davie A. Bar-Zvi
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Our Misunderstood Mahogany and Its Problems
Julia F. Morton
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189 - 194
Purslane: A Ubiquitous Garden Weed With Nutritional Potential
Daniel Kesden, Albert A. Will, Jr.
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195 - 197

Vegetable

Fertilizer Rate and Method of Application on Fruiting Strawberry
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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Banding Fertilizers for Improved Fertilizer Use Efficiency for Lettuce on Everglades Histosols
V. L. Guzman, C. A. Sanchez, R. E. Lucas
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Effect of Rates, Form, and Application Date of Nitrogen on Growth of Potatoes
D. R. Hensel, S. J. Locascio
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Nitrogen Crop Nutrient Requirement Demonstrations for Mulched Pepper in Florida
George J. Hochmuth, Ken D. Shuler, Rick L. Mitchell, Phyllis R. Gilreath
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Icebox Watermelon Fruit Size and Yield as Influenced by Plant Population
P. R. Gilreath, R. L. Brown, D. N. Maynard
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Improving Stand Establishment of Direct Seeded Vegetables in Florida
D. J. Cantliffe, M. Elballa, A. Guedes, G. B. Odell, P. Perkins-Veazie, J. R. Schultheis, D. N Seale, K. D. Shuler, Tanne J. Watkins
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Field Survey for the Pepper Weevil, Anthonomus eugenii, on Nightshade
R. J. Patrock, D. J. Schuster
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Effect of Magnesium on the Toxicity of Copper to Pepper/Tomato Leaf Spot Bacteria, Xanthomonas campestrix pv. vesicatoria
S. S. Woltz, J. B. Jones
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Reduction in the Control of Common Nightshade (Solanum americanum) by Paraquat Due to Copper Fungicides
W. M. Stall, S. R. Kostewicz, R. L. Brown
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Weed Control and Tolerances of Chinese Cabbage and Chinese Broccoli to Pre and Postemergence Herbicideson Mineral Soils
K. D. Shuler, W. M. Stall, S. J. Locascio
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224 - 225
Observations on Double-Cropping Bell Pepper and Control of Bacterial Leaf Spot in Palm Beach County
John N. Simons
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226 - 231
Weed Control in Tomato Row Middles
J. P. Gilreath, W. M. Stall, S. J. Locascio
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Soil Solarization for Strawberries
A. J. Overman, C. M. Howard, E. E. Albregts
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Evaluation of Fusarium Wilt (Race 3)-Tolerant Tomato Lines
John Paul Jones, J. W. Scott
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Eggplant Cultivar Evaluation in West-Central Florida, Spring 1986 and 1987
Teresa K. Howe, Will E. Waters
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Performance of Okra Cultivars in a High Management Cultural System
D. N. Maynard
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Collard Cultivar Evaluation in Northwest Florida 1983-1987 Summary
J. M. Snell, S. M. Olson
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The Potential for F1 Hybrid Icebox Watermelon Cultivars
J. M. Crall, Y. V. Barr
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Growth and Ripening of Strawberry Fruit Under Field Conditions
P. Perkins-Veazie, D. J. Huber
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Lysimeters for Crop Water Use Determinations Under High Water Table Conditions
G. Vellidis, A. G. Smajstrla, F. S. Zazueta
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Use of Computer to Record, Tran,sfer, and Analyze Data From a Packing House Grader Operation
D. E. Hensel, S. D. Reese
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Fall Production of Watermelons: The Potential for Double Cropping and Markets
Timothy D. Hewitt, David Zimet
262 - 264

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

New Tropical Fruit Crops of 1887-A Blueprint for Today, and a Sweepstakes
R. J. Knight, Jr.
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Commercial Fruit Production in Dade County 1900-1987
Wm. H. Krome, Seymour Goldweber
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Postharvest Response of Carambolas to Storage at Low Temperatures
Craig A. Campbell, Don J. Huber, Karen E. Koch
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Carambola Production in Malaysia and Taiwan
Joan G. Green
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The Native Subtropical and Tropical Fruits in Yunnan, China
X. L. Hu
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Tikal', An Early-Maturing Sapodilla Cultivar
Carl W. Campbell, Simon E. Malo, John Popenoe
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The Pollinators of the Yellow Passionfruit-Do They Limit The Success of Passiflora edulis F. flavicarpa as a Tropical Crop?
Lisa H. Hammer
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Recovery of Phytophthora cinnamomi From Avocado Soils of South Florida
Randy C. Ploetz, Jorge L. Parrado
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Effects of Flooding and Phytophthora Root Rot on Photosynthetic Characteristics of Avocado
Randy C. Ploetz, Bruce Schaffer
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290 - 293
Effectiveness of Cross-Protection by a Mild Mutant of Papaya Ringspot Virus for Control of Ringspot Disease of Papaya in Florida
R. T. McMillan, Jr., D. Gonsalves
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294 - 295
Early-Flowering, Early-Ripening Blueberry Germplasm for Central Florida
Paul M. Lyrene
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Soil Temperature and Flooding Effects on Young Rabbiteye Blueberry Plant Survival, Growth, and Ethylene Levels
Jonathan H. Crane
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301 - 304
Muscadine Grape Seed Aroma Compounds
O. Lamikanra
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In Vitro Shoot Micropropagation and Plant Establishment of 'Orlando Seedless' Grape and 'Tampa' Rootstock
D. J. Gray, C. M. Klein
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Early Pruning of Muscadine and Bunch Grape Cultivars in North Florida
O. U. Onokpise, I D. Inyang
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Influence of Gibberellic Acid and Various Management Practices on Berry, Seed and Cluster Development in 'Orlando Seedless' Grape
M. C. Halbrooks, J. A. Mortensen
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Yield and Fruit Quality Evaluations of Seven Peach Clones in Two Orchard Systems
L. G. McDermott, W. B. Sherman, T. E. Crocker
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315 - 318
IR-4: Developing Pesticide Labels For The Tropical Fruit Crop Industry
C. W. Meister
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Third Party Registration of Chemicals for Minor Use Crops in Florida
Daniel A. Botts
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The Role of the Fruit & Spice Park in Popularization and Dissemination of Tropical Fruit in South Florida
Chris B. Rollins
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Ornamental

Media Temperature and Rooting Response of Azalea
W. J. Carpenter
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328 - 329
Basamid and Methyl Bromide Compounds as Fumigants in Carnation and Chrysanthemun Production in Selected Propagation Media
Charles R. Semer IV
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A Micropropagation Protocol Using Fraser Photinia for Mutation Induction and New Cultivar Selection
M. E. Kane, T. J. Sheehan, N. L. Philman
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334 - 336
Container Size and Potting Medium Affect Growth Rate of Weeping Fig and Loquat
Dennis B. McConnell
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Effect of Environmental Factors on Dracaena 'Massangena' During Shipping
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover, P. G. Webb
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Characterization of Wholesale Nurseries in Leon and Jefferson Counties
Gary W. Knox, David Zimet
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Estimating Irrigation Requirements of Sprinkler Irrigated Container Nurseries
A. G. Smostrla, F. S. Zazueta
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343 - 347
The Center for Arthropod Systematics and the Center for Systematic Entomology, Inc.
Howard V. Weems, Jr.
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Migration, Survival, and Reproduction of Nematodes in Rockwool
P. S. Lehman
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Response of Hibiscus to Soil Applied Nitrogen
E. F. Gilman
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Effect of Potting Medium Temperatures on Release Curves of Slow-Release Fertilizers in the Presence of Ficus benjamina
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Effect of Fertilizer Level on Severity of Fusarium Leaf Spot of Dracaena marginata
A. R. Chase
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Foliar Applications of Benomyl and Mancozeb Do Not Affect Leatherleaf Fern Carbon Assimilation, Transpiration, Light Compensation Point or Vase Life
R. H. Stamps, A. R. Chase
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Foliage Disease Management on Poinsettia Plants
Arthur W. Engelhard
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364 - 368
Compatibility and Plant Safety of Fosetyl Aluminum Fungicide With Other Landscape Ornamental Pesticides
G. W. Simone, D. E. Short
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Effect of Paclobutrazol and Uniconizole-P on Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
William L. Maus
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373 - 374
Trials With Growth Retardants on Ornamental Foliage Plants
H. A. Mansour, R. T. Poole
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Height Retardation of Easter Lilies Grown in Containers
Gary J. Wilfret
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Efficacy and Phytotoxicity of Palclobutrazol and XE-10 I9 on Vinca
James E. Barrett, Terril A. Nell
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382 - 383

Centennial Workshop

Factors Affecting Trends in Citrus Production in Florida
Walter J. Kender
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384 - 385
Current and Future Trends in New Citrus Plantings
James W. Todd
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386 - 387
Current and Future Trends in Budwood Dissemination and Rootstock Planting
C. O. Youtsey
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A Historial Perspective of the Citrus Nursery Industry
W. S. Castle
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389 - 388
Current & Future Trends in Establishment of New Groves
L. K. Jackson
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389 - 388
Processing Potential of Florida-Grown Fruits
R. P. Bates, C. A. Sims
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389 - 393
Shrink-Film Technology for the Fresh Produce Market
Charles R. Barmore
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394 - 393
Consumer Response to Citrus Juice Packaging Options
P. Mittal
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Packaging Developments in Florida Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Industries
Lawrence A. Risse
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Evaluating Packaging Materials and Their Interaction With Juice Products
Bruce Harte
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Emerging Packaging Container Options for Florida Citrus Processors
J. Harvey
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Factors Affecting Palm Transplant Success
Timothy K. Broschat, Henry Donselman
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Root Pruning Broadleaf Trees Prior to Transplanting
Edward F. Gilman
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Root Growth & Stimulation at Transplanting and Effects of Wire Baskets on Tree Roots
Glen P. Lumis
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398 - 397
Progress in Nutrition of Florida Vegetables During the Past 100 Years
S. J. Locascio
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398 - 404
Marketing Strategies for Florida-Grown Table Grapes
Robert L. Degner, Gary F. Fairchild
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405 - 407
An Overview of Tropical Fruit Uses in Florida
B. A. Campbell, J. Smith
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Back Matter

Sponsored Student Program
 
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Constitution, By Laws, and Report of Executive Committee of 1987
 
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Membership List
 
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Index
 
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