Vol 97 (1984)

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

Computer Management of Trickle Irrigation Systems
F. S. Zazueta, A. G. Smajstrla, D. S. Harrison
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Effects of Trickle Irrigation Methods and Amounts of Water Applied on Citrus Yields
A. G. Smajstrla, R. C. J. Koo
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Effects of Trickle Irrigation and Fertigation on Fruit Production and Juice Quality of 'Valencia' Orange
R. C. J. Koo, A. G. Smajstrla
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Producer Gas From Citrus Wood Fuels Irrigation Power Unit
D. B. Churchill, S. L. Hedden, J. D. Whitney, L. N. Shaw
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Comparison of Aerial Color Infrared Video and 70 mm Color Infrared Photography of Citrus Trees
G. J. Edwards, C. H. Blazquez, Keven O. Cuillinn, Jack C. McKinnon, C. O. Youtsey, Leonard Blesius
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What Do Satellite and Other Data Suggest About Past and Future Florida Freezes?
J. David Martsolf, John F. Gerber, Ellen Y. Chen, John L. Jackson, Andrew J. Rose
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Review of Effects of Cultural Practices on Frost Hazard
A. H. Krezdorn, J. David Martsolf
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Low Volume Irrigation and Tree Wraps for Cold Protection of Young Hamlin Orange Trees
F. S. Davies, L. K. Jackson,, L. W. Rippetoe
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Sprinkler Irrigation for Cold Protection in Citrus Groves and Nurseries During an Advective Freeze
Lawrence R. Parsons, David P. H. Tucker
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Low Temperature Killing Points of Citrus Leaves From Spring 1983 to Summer 1984
W. J. Wiltbank, T. W. Oswalt
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Nonhardening Temperatures—Major Factor in Freeze Damage to Citrus Trees in December 1983
G. Yelenosky, C. J. Hearn, D. J. Hutchison
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Mulches and Slow-Release Fertilizers in a Citrus Young Tree! Care Program
L. K. Jackson, F. S. Davies
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Factors Affecting the Rate of Maturation of Citrus Fruits
Dan A. Kimball
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Tree Spacing Affects Citrus Fruit Distribution and Yield
J. D. Whitney, T. A. Wheaton
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Orange Removal With Trunk Shakers
S. L. Hedden, D. B. Churchill, J. D. Whitney
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Evaluation of Herbicides for Water Ring Treatments in Citrus
Megh Singh, D. P. H. Tucker
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Use of Double Stranded RNAs to Diagnose Citrus Tristeza Virus Strains
R. F. Lee
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Reliability of Spray Treatments for Reducing Greasy Spot-Induced Defoliation on Grapefruit Trees
J. O. Whiteside
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Induction of Citrus Blightlike Zinc Accumulation in the Wood and Bark of 3-Year-Old 'Hamlin' Orange Trees in Solution Culture
H. K. Wutscher
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The Effect of Aldicarb on Nontarget Organisms in Citrus Groves
Kim H. Haag, Dale H. Habeck
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Different Techniques and Views Concerning Leaf Tissue Analysis
James R. Iley
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The Role of Maps, Aerial Photography, and Image Analysis in Citrus Grove Surveillance and Appraisal
C. H. Blazquez, G. J. Edwards, R. P. Muraro
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Handling & Processing

General Purpose Tristimulus Colorimeters for Color Grading Orange Juice
B. S. Buslig, C. J. Wagner, Jr.
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Comparison of Gas Chromatography Techniques for Suitability in Citrus Product Research and Monitoring
M. Klim, R. Braddock, R. Carter, S. Nagy
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Citrus Juice Trace Metal Analysis by Automated Sequential Multielement ICAP-AES
S. Nikdel, S. M. Barros
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Thermal Properties Modelling for Freezing Fruit and Vegetable Juices: Correlation of Heat Content, Specific Heat and Ice Content
C. S. Chen
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The Suitability of Citrus Taste Evaporators for Muscadine Grape Juice Concentrate Production
R. P. Bates, R. D. Carter
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Freeze Effects on Juice Yield and Other Characteristics of 'Valencia' Orange and 'Marsh' Grapefruit
Robert D. Carter, Santiago M. Barros
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Commercial, Canned Grapefruit Juices Produced in Florida, 1973-74 Through 1982-83 Seasons
S. M. Barros, M. H. Dougherty, E. L. Moore, R. D. Carter
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Energy Content of Waste Materials in Florida Citrus Packinghouses
W. M. Miller, R. J. Braddock
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Use of Chlorine and Chlorine Dioxide in Florida Citrus Packinghouses to Reduce Inoculum of Decay Pathogens
G. Eldon Brown, W. F. Wardowski
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Seasonal and Temperature Effects on Seed Germination in Stored Grapefruit
A. C. Purvis, L. G. Albrigo
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Economics of Weight Bagging Machines for Florida Citrus Packinghouses
R. P. Muraro, W. F. Wardowski
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Some Effects of Cultivar, Bulb Size and Preharvest Treatments on Storage Characteristics of North Florida Onions
J. Toledo, M. Sherman, D. J. Huber
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The Effects of an Imazalil-Impregnated Film With Chlorine and Imazalil to Control Decay of Bell Peppers
W. R. Miller, D. H. Spalding, L. A. Risse, V. Chew
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Effects of Film Wrapping on Mature-Green Tomatoes Before and After Ethylene Treatment
Lawrence A. Risse, William R. Miller, Roy E. McDonald
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An Analysis of a Permanent Restriction on The Shipment of Low Quality Tomatoes
J. J. VanSickle, S. L. Morris
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Low Dose Ethylene Dibromide Fumigation for Quarantine Control of Caribbean Fruit Fly in Grapefruit
D. L. von Windeguth, J. R. King, V. Chew
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Large Chamber Fumigations With Methyl Bromide to Destroy Caribbean Fruit Fly in Grapefruit
C. A. Benschoter, J. R. King, P. C. Witherell
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Potential For The Expansion of The Tomato Processing Industry in Florida
R. F. Matthews, D. J. Cantliffe, R. L. Degner, W. M. Stall, R. P. Bates, L. Polopolus, L. N. Shaw
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The Orange Blossom Special: The First Two Years
Richard Beilock, George Fletcher
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Effect of Sorbic Acid and Potassium Sorbate on The Control of Sour Rot of Citrus Fruits
H. Kitagawa, K. Kawada
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A Damage Test for Oranges in a Commercial Packinghouse Line
M. L. Parker, W. F. Wardowski, D. H. Dewey
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Deformation of 'Marsh' Grapefruit as Affected by Fruit Orientation at Packing
K. Kawada, H. Kitagawa
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Quality of Florida Fresh Market Tomato Genotypes as Affected by Production Environment
D. D. Gull, P. J. Stoffella, S. M. Olson, S. J. Locascio, H. H. Bryan, P. H. Everett, T. K. Howe
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140 - 142

Vegetable

Influence of Plant Population on Fruit Yield and Size of Bell Peppers
Peter J. Stofella, Bonita J. Williams, Herbert H. Bryan, Mary Sherry, Inge Stough
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Bell Pepper CuJtivar Trials: Spring 1983 and 1984
T. K. Howe,, W. E. Waters
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Nitrogen Sources and Combinations for Polyethylene Mulched Tomatoes
S. J. Locascio, J. G. A. Fiskell, F. G. Martin
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Response of Tomatoes to Seaweed Based Nutrient Sprays
A. A. Csizinszky
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Severity of Bacterial Spot (Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria (Doidge)Dye) on Leaves and Fruit of Florida Grown Tomato Cultivars
J. W. Scott, J. B. Jones
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Nematode Population Increases on Six Light-Fleshed Sweetpotato Cultivars and Effects on Yield
R. McSorley, S. K. O'Hair, J. L. Parrado
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Effect of Plant Spacing and Planting Date on Sweet Corn Grown on Muck Soil in the Spring
J. M. White
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Flooding Organic Soils to Control Species of Pythium Which Attack Carrots and Other Vegetables
J. O. Strandberg
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Weed Control in Root Crops Grown on Organic Soils
J. A. Dusky
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Weed Control in Mulched Strawberry Production
J. P. Gilreath, E. E. Albregts
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Seed Orientation, Seed Quality and Their Effect on Emergence and Sex Expression in Cucumber
D. J. Cantliffe
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Yield of Broccoli and Cauliflower at Several Plant Populations and Arrangements
S. R. Kostewicz
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Differential Detection of Seedborne Lettuce Mosaic Virus (LMV) in LMV-Susceptible and Resistant Lettuce Breeding Lines
B. W. Falk, V. L. Guzman
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Improved Seepage Irrigation Efficiency by Controlled Water Applications
Allen G. Smajstrla, D. R. Hensel, D. S. Harrison, F. S. Zazueta
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Compatability Evaluation of Various Foliar Spray Combinations on Pepper
R. S. Cox, Larry A. Nelson
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A Field Survey of Pests of Malanga, Xanthosoma caracu Koch and Bouche, in South Florida
James S. Reynolds, Robert McSorley, Ken Pohronezny, Van Waddill, Mary Lamberts
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Soil Fumigants for Control of Nematodes, Fusarium Wilt, and Fusarium Crown Rot on Tomato
A. J. Overman, J. P. Jones
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Bacterial Wilt and Tuber Brown Rot as a Potential Threat to Potato Production in Northeast Florida
D. P. Weingartner, J. R. Schumaker
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Nutritional Survey of the Everglades Vegetable Industry
R. B. Beverly
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Compatibility of Fungicide-Insecticide Combinations for Disease and Pickleworm Control on Honeydew Melon
D. E. Dougherty, D. J. Schuster
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Variation Among Strains of Pseudomonas solanacearum from Florida
M. Velupillai, R. E. Stall
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An Economic Comparison of Vegetable Irrigation Systems
J. W. Prevatt, C. D. Stanley, S. P. Kovach
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Target Spot of Tomato: Epidemiology and Control
John Paul Jones, Jeffrey B. Jones
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Characteristics of Fresh Vegetable Consumers
S. L. Morris, J. J. VanSickle
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219 - 226

Garden And Landscape

Development and Implementation of an Outdoor Classroom Using Native Vegetation
George E. Fitzpatrick, William B. Snyder, Lowell E. Showalter
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Who Does the Garden Work?
Christina H. Gladwin
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Evaluation of Impatiens: Spring and Fall 1983
T. K. Howe, W. E. Waters
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Relative Competition and Weed Potential of Leucaena leucocephala
George E. Fitzpatrick, Nina S. Carter
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Nobody Loves the Bischofia Anymore
Julia F. Morton
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Anthracnose of Acacia in Florida: Occurrence and Fungicidal Control
E. L. Barnard, R. A. Schroeder
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Oxycarboxin a New Fungicide for Control of Frangipani Rust in Nursery and Field
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Subtropical Fruits in the Landscape
Derek Burch, A. A. Will, Jr.
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What To Do Until The Shade Arrives
Derek Burch
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Florida Master Gardener Program: First Five Years
James M. Stephens, Kathleen M. Delate
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Balcony Plants
A. A. Will, Jr., Derek Burch
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257 - 260

Ornamental

Control of Bacteria and Stability of Chlorine in Cut Flower Water
F. J. Marousky
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Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Inoculation and Fertilizer Level Affect Yield, Morphology, Chlorophyll Content, Water Uptake and Vase Life of Leatherleaf Fern Fronds
R. H. Stamps, C. R. Johnson
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Vase Life of Leatherleaf Fern Harvested at Various Times of the Year and at Various Frond Ages
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover, R. H. Stamps
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Evaluation of Overseeded Turfgrasses for Putting Greens
C. H. Peacock, A. E. Dudeck
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Basal Rot of Geranium Cuttings in Propagation Caused by Pseudomonas cichorii
Charles R. Semer IV, Boligala C. Raju
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Controlling Algae in Foliage Plant Production
A. R. Chase, L. S. Osborne
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Effect of Simulated Shipping Temperature and Duration on Prefinished Flowering Hibiscus
Terril A. Nell, James E. Barrett
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Influence of Temperature and Duration on Simulated Shipping of Small Potted Foliage Plants
Charles A. Conover, Richard T. Poole
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Computer Applications in Landscape Plant Propagation
Dewayne L. Ingram, Thomas H. Yeager
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Computer Control of Irrigation Systems for Nurseries
F. S. Zazueta, S. Park-Brown, A. G. Smajstrla, D. S. Harrison
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Response of Magnolia grandiflora to Seventeen Fertilizer Regimes
T. H. Yeager, R. D. Newton, H. M. Gramling
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Effect of Planting Date and Growth Regulators on Poinsettia Height
Gary J. Wilfret
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New Fungicides for Control of Ascochyta Blight of Chrysanthemum
Arthur W. Engelhard
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Computer Assisted Fertigation Dilution Calculations
Thomas H. Yeager, Dewayne L. Ingram
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Chemical Weed Control in Flowering Gladiolus
J. P. Gilreath
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Comparative Nematicidal Efficacies of Several Commercial Products on Bermudagrass
A. C. Tarjan, J. J. Frederick
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Application of Avermectin and Chromazine Via Drip Irrigation and Fenamiphos by Soil Incorporation for Control of Insect and Nematode Pests in Chrysanthemums
A. J. Overman, J. F. Price
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Trickle Irrigation for Establishing Rooted Cuttings for Cut Flower Chrysanthemum Production
C. D. Stanley, B. K. Harbaugh
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Relative Performance of Sludge Compost Potting Medium for Culture of Sea Oats
Donald A. Stone, George Fitzpatrick
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Germination of Nandina domestica Seed as Influenced by GA3 and Stratification
Bijan Dehgan
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

The Curryleaf Tree (Murraya koenigii Spreng.) Is Attracting Attention in Florida
Julia F. Morton
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The Kwai Muk, a Tropical Fruit Tree for Southern Florida
Carl W. Campbell
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Progress in Low-Chill Peaches and Nectarines from Florida
W. B. Sherman, J. Rodriguez, E. P. Miller
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Breeding Early-Ripening Blueberries for Florida
P. M. Lyrene, W. B. Sherman
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322 - 324
Nectriella (Kutilakesa) pironii, a Pathogen of Fig Plants
S. A. Alfieri, Jr., N. E. El-Gholl, M. L. Campbell
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Fruit Rot of Fig Caused by Phytophthora palmivora
N. E. El-Gholl, S. A. Alfieri, Jr.
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Studies on Avocado Fruit Ripening Using Calcium
T. L. Davenport
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Guidelines for Sampling Tree Crops on Rockdale Soils for Plant-Parasitic Nematodes
R. McSorley, J. L. Parrado
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The Relationship Between OPP Residues, Fruit Condition, and Decay Rates of Oranges and Lemons
C. M. Smithwick, H. J. Kaplan
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Important Insect Pests of Annona Spp. in Florida
J. E. Pena, H. Glenn, R. M. Baranowski
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Oriental Persimmons (Diospyros kaki L.) in Florida
E. P. Miller
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Control of Mango Anthracnose With Foliar Sprays
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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The Use of Municipal Treated Effluent for Peach Tree Irrigation
Fouad M. Basiouny
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The Use of Metabolic Inhibitors, Film-Forming Antitranspirants, and Maxijet Irrigation to Increase Yield, Improve Quality and Water Use Efficiency of Blueberries
Makram M. Hussin, Fouad M. Basiouny
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348 - 350
World and Local Importance of Some Tropical Fruit Crops Grown in Florida
Robert J. Knight, Jr., Mary Lamberts, Janet S. Bunch
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Hot Water as a Quarantine Treatment for Florida Mangos Infested With Caribbean Fruit Fly
Jennifer L. Sharp, Donald H. Spalding
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Juvenile Interstocks for Topworking Mamey Sapote (Colocarpum sapota (Jacq.)Mern.)
M. A. H., Ogden C. W. Campbell, S. P. Lara
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Incidence of "Soft-Nose" on Mangoes in the Canary Islands
Victor Galan Sauco, Domingo Fernandez Galvan, Rosa Calvo
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'Manzanillo-Nunez': A New Mexican Mango Cultivar
Robert Nunez-Elisea
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Fibrous Root Distribution of Mango (Mangifera indica, L.) and Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) Trees
V. M. Medina-Urrutia
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Three Faces of Intercropping in Dade County, Florida
Mary Lamberts
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