Vol 98 (1985)

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

Positive Effect of Basic Slag Application on Citrus Blight-Affected 'Hamlin' Orange Trees
H. K. Wutscher
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Effect of Tetracycline Treatment on the Development of Citrus Blight Symptoms
L. W. Timmer, J. H. Graham, R. F. Lee
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Effects of Aldicarb on Yield, Fruit Quality and Tree Condition of Florida Citrus
T. A. Wheaton, C. C. Childers, L. W. Timmer, L. W. Duncan, S. Nikdel
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Efficacy of Selected Miticides and Spray Tank Mixtures Used to Control Rust Mite in Florida Citrus
J. E. Eger, Jr., V. M. Ferguson, K. G. Townsend
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An Evaluation of Herbicides for Weed Control in a Young Citrus Grove
Megh Singh, D. P. H. Tucker, C. A. Lowery
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Preliminary Experiments With Remote Sensing to Detect Citrus Canker
George J. Edwards, Carlos H. Blazquez, John Miller
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Relationship Between Development of Citrus Canker and Rootstock Cultivar for Young 'Valencia' Orange Trees in Misiones, Argentina
J. P. Agostini, J. H. Graham, L. W. Timmer
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Control of Mexican Lime Bacteriosis With Copper-Based Products
V. M. Medina-Urrutia, J. J. Stapleton
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Response of Young Citrus Trees to Irrigation
A. G. Smajstrla, L. R. Parsons, K. Aribi, G. Velledis
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Response of 'Marsh' Grapefruit Trees to Drip, Under Tree Spray and Sprinkler Irrigation
R. C. J. Koo
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Shallow Water Table Fluctuations in Response to Rainfall, Irrigation and Evapotranspiration in Flatwoods Citrus
T. A. Obreza, K. E. Admire
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Aerial Color Infrared Photography for Property Appraisal of Citrus Groves
C. H. Blazquez, Oliver F. Lowe, J. R. Sisk, M. D. Bilbreyand, M. D. Goff
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The Propagation of Citrus Rootstocks by Stem Cuttings
J. Ferguson, M. Young, J. Halvorson
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Minimum Temperature Cycles in Florida
E. Chen, J. F. Gerber
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Citrus Tree Losses From 1983 and 1985 Freezes in Fourteen Northern Counties
Harry M. Whittaker
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Satellite Thermal Imagery Estimation of Air Temperature in Groves During Advective Freezes
J. David Martsolf, Paul H. Heinemann, John L. Jackson
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Effects of Nitrogen and Potassium Fertilization on Winter Injury of Citrus Trees
R. C. J. Koo
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Observations on the Use of Water and Coverings for Cold Protection During an Advective Freeze
Larry R. Parsons, T. Adair Wheaton, Ivan Stewart Stewart
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Freeze Survival, Trunk Temperature and Regrowth of Young 'Hamlin' Orange Trees as Affected by Tree Wraps and Microsprinkler Irrigation
M. Rieger, L. K. Jackson, F. S. Davies
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Current Status of the Texas Citrus Industry
Julian W. Sauls, Robert E. Rouse
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Economic Factors Affecting Postfreeze Production Decisions in the Florida Citrus Industry
Ronald P. Muraro, Gary F. Fairchild
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The Future of the Florida Orange Industry
Dan L. Gunter, Gary F. Fairchild
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The Future of the Florida Grapefruit Industry
Gary F. Fairchild, Dan L. Gunter
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Submersion of Florida Grapefruit in Heated Water to Kill Stages of Caribbean Fruit Fly, Anastrepha suspensa
Jennifer L. Sharp
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Effect of Foliar Applications of Promalin on Shoot Growth of Citrus Seedlings
C. K. Kiang
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Ornamental

Influence of Fertilizer Source, Rate and Application Method on Growth of Brassaisa actinophylla and Viburnam odoratissimum
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Effects of Irrigation Regime, Antitranspirants, and a Water Absorbing Polymer on the Survival and Establishment of Transplanted Live Oaks
Dewayne L. Ingram, Will Burbage
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Response of Four Woody Ornamental Species to a Superphosphate-Amended Cypress Sawdust, Sand, and Sedge Peat Medium
T. H. Yeager, R. D. Newton, H. M. Gramling
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Nutritional Effects on Cold Acclimation of Hibiscus syriacus
Thomas M. Teets, Rita L. Hummel
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Woodchip Sludge Compost as an Ingredient of Potting Mixtures for Foliage Plants
Richard T. Poole, Charles A. Conover
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Growth Rate and Economic Considerations of Dieffenbachia x 'Bausei'
D. B. McConnell
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Effects of Production Shade Level, Foliage Maturity, Antitranspirants, Floral Preservative and Cultivar on Vase Life of Woody Cut Foliage Crops
Robert H. Stamps
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Causes of Palm Nutritional Disorders
Timothy K. Broschat, Henry Donselrnan
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Comparison of Cool-Season Turfgrasses for Overseeding Putting Greens
C. H. Peacock, A. E. Dudeck, Uday K. Yadav
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102 - 106
Chemical Weed Control in Caladiums Grown in Organic Soil
J. P. Gilreath, B. K. Harbaugh, C. S. Lott
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107 - 109
Trickle Irrigation Rates for Chrysanthemum Cut Flower Production
B. K. Harbaugh, C. D. Stanley, J. F. Price
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Cylindrocladium Root and Petiole Rot Control Update
A. R. Chase
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Fosetyl Aluminum Fungicide for Controlling Pythium Root Rot of Foliage Plants
A. R. Chase, D. D. Brunk, B. L. Tepper
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Effect of Nutritional Balance on Bract and Foliar Necroses of Poinsettia
S. S. Woltz, B. K. Harbaugh
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Evaluation of Chrysanthemum Cultivars Grown as Center-Disbudded Plants in Containers
Gary J. Wilfret
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Hybrid Calla Lilies: A Potential New Crop for Florida
B. Tjia
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Economic Considerations of Starting an Ornamental Enterprise
J. W. Prevatt, B. K. Harbaugh
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Electronic Spreadsheet for Woody Ornamental Nursery Budgeting
L. A. Halsey
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Postharvest Color Changes in Red Rose Petals
F. J. Marousky, T. C. Carlyle
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Influence of Compressed Fertilizer Tablets Containing Sulfur and Growth Medium Amendments of Dolomitic Limestone and Superphosphate on Nutrient Release and Azalea Growth
Dewayne L. Ingram, Thomas H. Yeager
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Avocado Stem Injection of Fosetyl-Al for Control of Phytorhthora Root Rot
R. T. McMillan, Jr., Brian Tepper
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Carambola Production in Florida
C. W. Campbell, R. J. Knight, Jr., R. Olszack
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Papain in Seedlings of Papaya
Margaret J. Mustard
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Response of Rabbiteye Blueberries to Flooding
Jonathan H. Crane, Frederick S. Davies
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Effects of High Temperature, Fertilization, and Irrigation on Growth and Leaf Elemental Contents of Newly Established Rabbiteye Blueberries
Fouad M. Basiouny, Arlie A. Powell
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Breeding Blueberry Cultivars for the Central Florida Peninsula
P. M. Lyrene, W. B. Sherman
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158 - 161
Survey of Blueberry Acreage in Florida
T. E. Crocker, P. M. Lyrene
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Progress in Low-Chill Plum Breeding
W. B. Sherman, P. M. Lyrene
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Potential New Rootstocks for Florida Viticulture
J. A. Mortensen
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Rapid and High Volume Grafting for Florida Viticulture
Mary C. Halbrooks
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In Vitro Shoot Propagation of Grape Species, Hybrids and Cultivars
D. J. Gray, L. C. Fisher
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Effect of Two Wire Vertical and Geneva Double Curtain Training Systems on Berry Quality and Yield of Muscadine Grapes
P. C. Andersen, M. W. Bryan, L. H. Baker
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Flowering and Fruit Set of a Monoembryonic and a Polyembryonic Mango as Influenced by Potassium Nitrate Sprays and Shoot Decapitation
Roberto Nunez-Elisea
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Handling & Processing

Location of Development of Ethylene Biosynthesis During Tomato Fruit Maturation
Jeffrey K. Brecht
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184 - 186
Impact of Curing, Film-Wrapping and Chlorination on the Storability of Boniato Sweet Potatoes
Kathleen Delate Jeffrey, K. Brecht, Mary Lamberts
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Effect of Film Wrapping, Waxing and Imazalil on Weight Loss and Decay of Florida Cucumbers
L. A. Risse, W. R. Miller, D. Chun
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Evaluation of Solar Demonstration Projects for Florida Citrus Packinghouses
W. M. Miller, M. T. Talbot
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Evaluation of a Multi-Vegetable Freezing Facility for the North Florida Region
R. L. Degner, T. D. Hewitt, R. F. Matthews, S. Olson, W. P. Smith, A. A. Teixeira
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Sugar Levels in Canned Single Strength Grapefruit Juice From Florida
R. L. Rouseff, S. F. Martin
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The Costs and Benefits of Transporting 72° Brix Orange Concentrate
P. G. Crandall, R. P. Beilock
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Effect of Hot Water and Gamma Radiation on Postharvest Decay of Grapefruit
D. H. Spalding, W. F. Reeder
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Effectiveness of Postharvest Fungicides for the Control of Citrus Fruit Decays
G. Eldon Brown
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A Quantitative Detection Method for Penicillium digitatum and P. italicum in Citrus Packinghouses
J. L. Kelly, L. A. Austin
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Influence of pH on the Growth of Altemaria citri on Citrus Fruit Juice
W. A. Farooqi, M. A. Malik, G. A. Shaukat, M. S. Ahmad
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Storage Characteristics of Three Cultivars of Yellow Summer Squash (Cucurbita pepo L.)
Mark Sherman, Gary W. Elmstrom, Judith J. Allen
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Calcium Determination in Citrus Pulp Wash—A Comparison of a Colorimetric Procedure With Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry
Richard J. Coleman, Mary S. Saunders, Robert A. Baker
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Studies on the Postharvest Chilling Sensitivity of Mango Fruit (Mangifera indica L.)
W. A. Farooqi, A. Sattar, Jr., K. Daud, M. Hussain
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Sensory Evaluation of Commercial, Canned Florida Grapefruit Juice
S. M. Barros, J. E. Davis
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Maturity Spray Residue Determination and Early Season Acid Ac cumulation in Grapefruit
J. D. Rice, S. Nikdel, A. C. Purvis
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Vegetable

Management of Fusariurn Wilt, Fusariurn Crown Rot, Verticillium Wilt (Race 2), Southern Blight, and Root-Knot of Tomato on Fine Sandy Soils
John Paul Jones, A. J. Overman
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Soil Fumigants for Tomato Production on Rockdale Soils
R. McSorley, R. T. McMillan, Jr., J. L. Parrado
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Water Fertilizer Timing for Trickle-Irrigated Tomatoes
S. J. Locascio, S. M. Olson, F. M. Rhoads, C. D. Stanley, A. A. Csizinszky
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Response of Tomato Breeding Line 7060 and 'Horizon' to Nitrogen and Potassium Rates
A. A. Csizinszky, J. W. Scott
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The Effect of Bactericides, Tank Mixing Time and Spray Schedule on Bacterial Leaf Spot of Tomato
J. B. Jones, John Paul Jones
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Impact of Insecticides on Lepidopterous Larval Control and Leafminer Parasite Emergence on Tomato
D. J. Schuster, J. F. Price
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Influence of Postharvest Cultural Practices on Tomato Pinworm Population in Southern Florida
J. E. Pena, V. H. Waddill
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Compatibility of Chlorpyrifos Sprays With Fertilizer and Fungicide Amendments on Florida Peppers
Emil A. Moherek
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Susceptibility of Pepper Cultivars to Black Spot Fruit Disorder
H. Y. Ozaki, R. Subramanya
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Weed Control in the Strawberry Summer Nursery
J. P. Gilreath, E. E. Albregts
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258 - 262
Herbicides for Irish Potatoes on Alkaline Marl Soil
R. V. Tyson, W. M. Stall, S. K. O'Hair
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Control of Lepidopterous Pests of Sweet Corn in the Everglades
R. E. Foster
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Evaluation of Summer Squash Cultivars for Susceptibility to Powdery Mildew
Ken Pohronezny, Richard Tyson, Joyce Francis, Raymond B. Volin
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Evaluation of Muskrnelon Cultivars for Southwest Florida: Spring and Fall 1984
Teresa K. Howe, Will E. Waters
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Icebox Watermelons for Florida: Cultivar and Spacing Evaluations
G. W. Elmstrom, James M. Crall
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Cost Comparison of Conventional and Direct Seeded Plastic Mulch Watermelons in North Florida
L. A. Halsey
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Influence of Seed Priming and Row Covers on Early Maturity in Watermelon
G. W. Elmstrom
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Row Covers on Vegetables in North Florida
W. M. Stall, S. R. Kostewicz, G. J. Hochrnuth, S. J. Locascio
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Liquid Fertilization of Squash and Muskmelon Grown as a Second Crop Following Tomatoes
A. A. Csizinszky, D. N. Maynard, G. J. Hochmuth, P. R. Gilreath, R. L. Mitchell
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Within-Row Spacing and Cultivar Effects on Celery Yields for Processing and Fresh Market
Peter J. Stoffella, Bonita J. Williams, Herbert H. Bryan, George M. Campbell, Kenneth D. Shuler
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Field Appraisal of Celery Growth
J. O. Strandberg
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Double Cropping Strawberries With Vegetables
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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Bush Snap Bean Cultivars Suitable for Winter Production in South Florida
R. V. Tyson, H. H. Bryan, G. Ellal
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Garden And Landscape

Chinese Elm: A Source of Confusion for Nurserymen and Landscapers
J. D. Ward
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Transplanting a 50 Foot Live Oak
Norman E. Hayslip, Samuel P. Comer
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Cultivar Trees for North Central Florida
R. L. Byrnes
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The Earleaf Acacia, A Fast-Growing, Brittle, Exotic "Weed" Tree in Florida
Julia F. Morton
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309 - 313
Preserving Florida's and the Nation's Endangered Plants
Jonathan A. Shaw, Francis R. Thibodeau
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314 - 315
Introducing Native Florida Shrubs for Landscaping
Nancy J. Bissett, William F. Bissett
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316 - 319
Retaining and Enhancing a Natural Landscape for a Residence
William F. Bissett, Nancy J. Bissett
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Woody Ornamental Test Program at the Walt Disney World Nursery
D. Scott Shultz
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Coastal Dune and Vegetation Changes Along the Martin County, Florida Coastline From 1974 through 1981
R. M. Craig, D. C. Smith, A. S. Connell
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Biological Control of Frangipani Rust With Verticillium lecanni
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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328 - 329
Creating a Water Conserving Landscape
J. David Lambert
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Budgeting Garden Costs for the Individual Garden Using Gardbud
Christina H. Gladwin
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Evaluation of Petunia: Spring and Fall 1984
Teresa K. Howe, Will E. Waters
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Growing Annual Flowers Successfully in Florida
B. Tjia T., J. Sherman
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341 - 343
The Rose Mosaic Heat Therapy Program at Florida Southern College
Malcolm M. Manners
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344 - 346
Butterflies in the Garden
Dale H. Habeck
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Foliage for Flower Arrangements From Your Florida Garden
A. W. Will, Jr., D. G. Burch
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The Florida Master Gardener Program: How Specialists Can Tailor Training Classes
K. M. Delate, Janet B. Tucker
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Back Matter

 
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