Vol 94 (1981)

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

Citrus Growers' Responses to Energy
J. W. Milon, M. F. Smith, E. Canler
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Aerial Difolatan for Citrus Rust Mite Control in Florida
R. C. Bullock
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Evolution of Current Methods for Citrus Scab Control
J. O. Whiteside
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Determining Most Profitable Level of Nitrogen Fertilization for Citrus
James A. Strickler, Ronald P. Muraro
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Fruit Set and Drop of Florida Navel Oranges
Jose E. O. Lima, Frederick S. Davis
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Slow Release Pesticide Inside Tree Wraps for Young Tree Trunk Protection From Insect Damage
Stanton L. Reese, Rand L. Reese
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Progress of Citrus Canker on Some Species and Combinations in Argentina
E. Danos, R. Bonazzola, R. D. Berger, R. E. Stall, J. W. Miller
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Summer Pruning of Orange Trees
C. K. Kiang, R. H. Biggs
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Citrus Blight: Attempts to Get Remission of Symptoms by Chemotherapy
R. F. Lee, L. W. Timmer, L. G. Albrigo, D. P.H. Tucker
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Control of Citrus Blight Disease
J. F. L. Childs
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Performance of 'Queen' Orange Trees on 15 Citrus Rootstocks
D. J. Hutchison
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Preliminary Performance of 7-Year-Old 'Valencia' Orange Trees on 21 Rootstocks
D. J. Hutchison, F. W. Bistline
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Evaluation and Nature of Citrus Nematode Resistance in Swingle Citrumelo
David T. Kaplan, John H. O'Bannon
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A Comparison of Low Volume Sprinklers
R. D. Johnston
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The Effect of Fall Irrigation on Freeze Damage to Citrus
R. C. J. Koo
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Florida Satellite Frost Forecast System Documents Freezes of January, 1981, and is Refined for Future Seasons
J. David Martsolf, John F. Gerber
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Comparison of Satellite Freeze Forecast System ThermaJ Maps With Conventionally Observed Temperatures
Thomas W. Oswalt
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Cold Hardiness of Citrus Trees During the 1981 Freeze in Florida
G. Yelenosky, R. Young, C. J. Hearn, H. C. Barrett, D. J. Hutchison
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Observations on Microsprinkler Use for Cold Protection During 1981 Freeze
Thomas W. Oswalt, Larry R. Parsons
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Low Volume Microsprinkler Undertree Irrigation for Frost Protection of Young Citrus Trees
L. R. Parsons, T. A. Wheaton, J. D. Whitney
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Modification of Air Temperature and Citrus Leaf Temperature With High Volume Under-Tree Sprinklers
Darlene Wilcox Frederick, S. Davies
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Evaluation of Several Tree Wraps on Citrus
J. L. Jackson, Jr., D. P. H. Tucker, Andrew J. Rose
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Factors Affecting Economic Returns for Florida Orange Growers
F. E. Stegelin, R. P. Muraro
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Ornamental

A Tarsonemid Mite, Steneotarsonemus furcatus DeLeon, a Serious Pest on Maranta sp. and Calathea sp. (Acarina: Tarsonemidae)
H. A. Denmark, E. Nickerson
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The Role of Pseudomonas Syringae, an Ice Nucleation Active Bacteria, in Frost Damage of Tender Annual Plants
J. A. Anderson, D. W. Buchanan, D. L. Ingram
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Postharvest Control of the Twospotted Spider Mite on Chrysanthemum and Carnation Flowers
J. F. Price
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An Analysis of Pesticidal Application Costs for Cut Chrysanthemum Flowers
J. W. Prevatt, J. F. Price
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Response of Twospotted Spider Mites, Leafminers and Their Parasitoids and Other Arthropods to Newly Developed Pesticides in Chrysanthemums
James F. Price
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A Rapid and Simple Method for Determining Evapotranspiration Requirements for Potted Ornamental Crops
C. D. Stanley, B. K. Harbaugh
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Transpiration in Growth Retardant Treated Poinsettia, Bean and Tomato
J. E. Barrett, T. A. Nell
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An Evaluation of New Poinsettia Seedlings and Color Mutants
Gary J. Wilfret
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Effects of Shifts in Prices of Land, Labor, and Capital on the Cost of Growing Pfitzer Juniper
Cecil N. Smith, Dennis B. McConnell
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Ringspot of Scaevola
J. J. McRitchie, G. C. Wisler
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Evaluation of Potting Mixes Derived From Urban Waste Products
George Fitzpatrick
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Shifting Production and Consumption Patterns in the Tropical Foliage Plant Industry
Cecil N. Smith
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Cylindrocladium Postharvest Decay on Florida Leatherleaf Fern Arriving in Europe
F. J. Marousky, L. A. Risse, P. O. Q. deWildt, A. Bow
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Commercial Foliage Plant Growers' Clinic—Trends Reported for a Five-Year Period
B. A. Barmby, A. J. Pate
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Response of Four Foliage Plants to Heated Soil and Reduced Air Temperatures
W. H. Bodnaruk, Jr., T. W. Mills, D. L. Ingram
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Dolomite and Fluoride Affect Foliar Necrosis of Chamaedorea seifrizii and Chrysalidocarpus lutescens
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Light and Fertilizer Levels and Slow-Release Fertilizer Sources Influence Growth of Brassaia actinophylla Endl.
Charles A. Conover, Richard T. Poole
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Inducing Flowering of Spathiphyllum floribundum (Linden & Andre) N.E. Br. with Gibberellic Acid (GA3)
R. J. Henny
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Effect of Container Size and Fertilization Rate on Quality of Three Species of Foliage Plants
Timothy K. Broschat
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Comparison of Myrothecium sp. and Sorynespora cassiicola Leafspots on Two Cultivars of Aphelandra spuarrosa Nees
A. R. Chase
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Herbicide Application to Heartleaf Philodendron Stock Beds
R. H. Stamps, W. H. Bodnaruk, Jr.
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Air Quality Enhancement by Horticultural Engineering
S. S. Woltz, T. K. Howe
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Symptomology and Relative Susceptibility of Various Ornamental Plants to Acute Airborne Sulfur Dioxide Exposure
T. K. Howe, S. S. Woltz
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Bermudagrass Stunt Mite and Its Control in Florida
James A. Reinert, Harvey L. Cromroy
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Vegetable

Bush Snap Bean Yields as Influenced by Row Spacing and Weed Population
S. R. Kostewicz, R. V. Tyson, W. M. Stall
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Evaluation of Herbicides for Weed Control in Tomato
J. P. Gilreath
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Weed Control in Strawberry Nursery
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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Aspects of Nematode Control on Snap Bean With Emphasis on the Relationship Between Nematode Density and Plant Damage
Robert McSorley, Ken Pohronezny, William M. Stall
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Integrated Management of Pests of Snap Bean in Florida
Ken Pohronezny, R. McSorley, Van H. Waddill
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Comparisons of Nematode Control and Potato Yields in Large Plots Treated With Different Combinations During 1977-1981
D. P. Weingartner, J. R. Shumaker
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Reducing Celery Leafminer Damage With Plant Growth Regulators
J. M. White, C. A. Musgrave Sutherland
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Arthropod Control on Cucurbits and Eggplant
D. J. Schuster
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A Virus as the Causal Agent of Spring Yellows of Lettuce and Escarole
B. W. Falk, V. L. Guzman
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Botrytis Leaf Blight of Bulb Onion in Southeast Florida
R. M. Sonoda, P. J. Stofella, N. C. Hayslip
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Mixtures of Copper and Maneb or Mancozeb for Control of Bacterial Spot of Tomato and Their Compatibility for Control of Fungus Diseases
Robert A. Conover, Norman R. Gerhold
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Fifty Years of Watermelon Breeding at ARC Leesburg
J. M. Crall
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Stabilization of the Root Environment in Conjunction With a High Moisture Level for Maximum Tomato Production
C. M. Geraldson
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Watermelon Response to Drip and Sprinkler Irrigation
G. W. Elmstrom, S. J. Locascio, J. M. Myers
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Quantity and Rate of Water Application for Drip Irrigated Tomatoes
S. J. Locascio, J. M. Myers, S. R. Kostewicz
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An Economic Evaluation of Three Irrigation Systems for Tomato Production
J. W. Prevatt, C. D. Stanley, A. A. Csizinszky
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Black Bean Production Potential in South Florida
P. J. Stoffella, H. H. Bryan, R. T. McMillan, Jr., F. G. Martin
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Florida WF75-6 and WF75-13: New Bell Pepper Lines With Concentrated Fruit Set
Gary J. Wilfret, Donald S. Burgis
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Influence of Harvest Date and Cultivar on Semimechanically Harvested Fresh Market Tomato Yields
P. J. Stoffella, M. Sherman, F. G. Martin
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Sugar Development in "Sugarlee" and "Dixielee', Two Recently-Released Watermelon Cultivars Compared With 'Charleston Gray'
G. W. Elmstro, Paul L. Davis
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Influence of.Planting Method, Fertilizer Rate, and Within Row Plant Spacing on Production of Two Cultivars of Honeydew Melons
M. B. Lazin, S. C. Simonds
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Yield and Quality Response of Crisphead Lettuce Cultivars to Seeding Dates and Farms in South Florida Organic Soils
V. L. Guzman
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Projecting Regional Market Shares for Selected Florida Fresh Market Vegetables
Wayne H. Howard, W. Arden Colette
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Trends in the Current Dollar Costs of Producing Florida Tomatoes
Jose Alvarez, Thomas H. Spreen
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A Production and Market Forecasting Model for Florida Watermelons by Region
John J. Van, Sickle Richard, Beilock Timothy Taylor
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193 - 197

Garden And Landscape

Effect of Backfill Composition and Fertilization on Establishment of Container Grown Plants in the Landscape
Dewayne L. Ingram, Robert J. Black, Charles R. Johnson
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Evaluation of the Adaptation of Cocos nucifera L. 'Maypan' to the Florida Landscape
Henry M. Donselman
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Propagation of Two Threatened Coastal Dune Plants Having Beautification and Erosion Control Features
Robert M. Craig, Donald C. Smith, Robert D. Roush
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202 - 204
Life-Cycle Costing of Plant Materials for Residential Energy Conservation
Dennis E. Buffington, Robert J. Black
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205 - 207
Economics of Residential Landscaping for Energy Conservation— A Statewide Program
Dennis E. Buffington
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208 - 215
The Propagation of Cycads-A Game for Young People?
Derek G. Burch
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Screening Oleander Cultivars for Resistance to Witches' Broom
R. A. Atilano
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Flagellated Protozoa, Threatening New Plant Pathogens From South America
Randolph E. McCoy
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Florida Tropical Fruit Culture Via Master Gardener
Mary Ann H. Ogden, Larry K. Jackson, Carl W. Campbell
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Reaction of Nematode-Infected Centipedegrass Turf to Pesticidal and Non-Pesticidal Treatments
A. C. Tarjan, J. J. Frederick
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Effectiveness of Slow-Release N Fertilizers in Maintaining Turfgrass Quality and Growth
J. B. Sartain
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Trials of Ipomoea aquatica, Nutritious Vegetable With High Protein- and Nitrate-Extraction Potential
George H. Snyder, Julia F. Morton, William G. Genung
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Genetic Variation in F^ Cocoyam (Xanthosoma sp.) Hybrids
R. E. Volin, Alberto J. Beale
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Effect of Fertilizer Levels and Seed Size on Green Pod Yield of Winged Bean, Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC
A. A. Csizinsky
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The Chayote, a Perennial, Climbing, Subtropical Vegetable
Julia F. Morton
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Handling & Processing

Citrus Exports: Impact on Grower Returns
Dan L. Gunter, Gary F. Fairchild
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Florida Citrus Exports to the Pacific Basin
Donald M. Lins
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Florida's Place in the European Export Market
H. J. Connolly
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Harvesting Florida Citrus for Overseas Export
W. Grierson
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Packinghouse Operations and Shipping Conditions of Citrus for Export
W. F. Wardpwski
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Factors to be Considered for Exporting Grapefruit to Distant Markets
P. W. Hale, J. J. Smoot, T. T. Hatton, Jr.
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Innovations in Citrus Waxing
David J. Hall
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Regulatory Actions Affecting The Use of Ethylene Dibromide in Quarantine Fumigation of Citrus Fruits
M. A. Ismail, T. O Craig, l W. M. Miller
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A Rapid Method for Analysis of Citrus Fruit for Release®
R. Hilton Biggs, Susan V. Kossuth
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Ascorbic Acid, Pigments and Mineral Element Contents Associated With Growth and Development of Pimiento Pepper
Fouad M. Basiouny, P. K. Biswas
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Pectinase Treatment of Raw Orange Juice and Subsequent Quality Changes in 60° Brix Concentrate
Robert J. Braddock
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Technologic and Economic Considerations of Citrus Concentrate Storage
F. E. Stegelin, P. G. Crandall
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Effect of Finishing Variations on Quality and Yield of Juice From Frozen Oranges
S. M. Barros, R. D. Carter, P. J. Fellers, S. Y. Ting, R. L. Mansell, J. T. Griffiths
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Studies on The Inhibition of Alternaria citri in Stored Citrus Fruit
W. A. Farooqi, G. A. Shaukat, M. A. Malik, M. S. Ahmad
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Tomato Fruit Rot Infection Cycle in a Fresh Market Packing Operation
R. M. Sonoda, N. C. Hayslip, P. J. Stoffella
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Blossom-End Disorders of Florida Tomatoes
Mark Sherman, Judith J. Allen
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Ethylene as Related to Fruit Ripening in Peaches
S. Z. A. El-Agamy, M. M. Aly, R. H. Biggs
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Utilization of The Flow-Through System for Ripening Initiation of Tomatoes
D. D. Gull
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Ethylene Production and Firmness of Peach and Nectarine Fruits as Related to Storage
M. M. Aly, S. Z. A. El-Agamy, R. H. Biggs
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Shipment of Celery in Corrugated Fiberboard Boxes Treated With Wax while Under Vacuum
F. E. Henry
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Storage Quality of Florida Crisphead Lettuce
L. A. Risse
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Injury to Avocados by Insufficient Oxygen and Excessive Carbon Dioxide During Transit
D. H. Spalding, F. J. Marousky
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Tolerance of Florida 'Marsh' Grapefruit to Methyl Bromide Fumigation and Cold Storage Combination Treatments Effective Against The Caribbean Fruit Fly
C. A. Benschoter
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Effects of Storage Temperature on Market Quality of Freeze-Damaged Murcotts
C. J. Wagner, Jr., R. E. Berry, T. T. Hatton, P. L. Davis
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Evaluation of the Longan as a Potential Crop for Florida
Carl W. Campbell, Simon E. Malo
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Processing Puerto Rican Plantains for the School Lunch Program
F. E. Henry, G. B. Macfie, L. H. Young
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Hosts of Cephaleuros, a Parasitic Alga in Florida
R. B. Marlatt, S. A. Alfieri, Jr.
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A Rhabdovirus Associated With a New Disease of Florida Papayas
Shu-Hui Wan, Robert A. Conover
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Population Fluctuations of Plant-Parasitic Nematodes on Bananas in Florida
Robert McSorley, Jorge L. Parrado
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Rapid Propagation Techniques for Fruit Crops
S. V. Kossuth, R. H. Biggs, P. G. Webb, K. M. Portier
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Grape Cultivar Trials and Recommended Cultivars for Florida Viticulture
John A. Mortensen, C. P. Andrews
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328 - 330
Grape Insects and Diseases in Florida
W. C. Adlerz, D. L. Hopkins
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331 - 335
Grape Weed Research and Recommendations
C. E. Arnold, J. H. Aldrich
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Postharvest Physiology and Senescence in Muscadines
Mary Starnes Saunders, Fumiomi Takeda, T. T. Hatton
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Grape Processing and Utilization in Florida
Robert P. Bates, Richard L. Coleman, Charles J. Wagner, Jr.
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Muscadine Grape Marketing Alternatives: Fresh vs. Processed vs. Direct Market
W. K. Mathis, F. E. Stegelin, R. L. Degner
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Florida's Grape Industry—A Sleeping Giant
Thomas J. Hughes
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IFAS Extension Informational Delivery System for Grapes
T. E. Crocker, L. K. Jackson
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Permethrin as a Control for the Papaya Fruit Fly
Robert A. Conover, Van H. Waddill
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Grafting Annonas in Southern Florida
Mary Ann H. Ogden, Carl W. Campbell, S. Pablo Lara
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Storage and Marketing Potential of Florida Apples and Pears
J. W. Rushing, W. B. Sherman
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An Economic Evaluation of Using Drip Irrigation in Florida Pecan Orchards
Timothy D. Hewitt
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360 - 362
Explosion Puffed Rabbiteye Blueberry Storability and Quality Evaluation
Elias D. Dekazos
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CGA-15281 Induced Abscission Zone Formation in Peach Fruit
C. E. Arnold, L. C. Anderson, G. L. Thomas, J. H. Aldrich
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Back Matter

 
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