Vol 92 (1979)

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

Performance of 'Sunburst/ a New Citrus Hybrid
C. J. Hearn
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An Indoor, Container System for Producing Citrus Nursery Trees in One Year From Seed
W. S. Castle, W. G. Adams, R. L. Dilley
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Bravo®, a Promising Spray Fungicide for Florida Citrus
Emil A. Moherek
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The Influence of N, K, and Irrigation on Tree Size and Fruit Production of 'Valencia' Orange
R. C. J. Koo
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Aerial Color Infrared Photography—A Management Tool
C. H. Blazquez, G. J. Edwards, F. W. Horn, Jr.
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Citrus Grove Prices as Determined by Discounting Expected Income and Costs
B. Abbitt, J. Holt, J. A. Otte
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Reaction of Eight Citrus Varieties Topworked on Milam Trees With Severe Stem-Pitting Symptoms
S. M. Garnsey, C. O. Youtsey, G. D. Bridges
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Yield and Growth Comparisons of One Old-Line and Eight Nucellar 'Washington' Navel Budlines in a Demonstration Planting on Ten Rootstocks
C. O. Youtsey, G. D. Bridges
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Frost Protection: A Rapidly Changing Program
J. David Martsolf
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Self-Heating Tree Wraps in Freeze Protection
George Yelenosky, Stanton Reese
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Bark-Splitting From Freeze Injury of Young Citrus Trees on Different Rootstocks
G. Yelenosky
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Biological Control of Citrus Blackfly in South Florida
A. G. Selhime
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Alternaria Brown Spot of Dancy Tangerines and its Control
J. O. Whiteside
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The Current Status of Imazalil: A Post Harvest Fungicide for Citrus
H. J. Kaplan, B. A. Dave
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Factors Affecting Seed Germination in vitro of The Strangler Vine, Morrenia odorata Lindl.
N. E. El-Gholi, W. H. Ridings, C. L. Schoulties
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The Effect of Citrus Rust Mite Damage on Fruit Drop in Three Citrus Varieties
Jon C. Allen
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Migration and Development of Citrus Rust Mite on the Spring Flush of Valencia Orange
C. W. McCoy
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Results of 5 Years' Continued Use of Abscission-Inducing Chemicals on 'Hamlin' Oranges
G. K. Rasmussen
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Shaker Removal Methods Affect 'Valencia' Orange Yield—Second Year
H. R. Sumner, G. E. Coppock, D. B. Churchill, S. L. Hedden
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Chemical and Air Shaker Orange Removal in South Florida (LaBelle)
W. C. Wilson, J. R. Donhaiser, G. E. Coppock
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Collecting and Handling Mechanically Harvested Oranges in South Florida (LaBelle)
Scott L. Hedden, H. R. Sumner, D. B. Churchill
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Citrus Tree Decline Complex and Diagnostic Identification of Blight
L. G. Albrigo, R. H. Young
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Water Movement in Limbs, Trunks, and Roots of Healthy and Blight-Affected 'Valencia' Orange Trees
Roger H. Young
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Hydraulic Conductivity of Wood of Trees With Citrus Blight
Mortimer Cohen
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Zinc and Phenolics in the wood and Incidence of Citrus Blight in a Grove Containing Eight Selections of 'Hamlin' Orange
H. K. Wutscher, C. Hardesty
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Vegetable

Effect of Two and Four Row Beds With Drip or Sprinkler Irrigation on Strawberry Fruiting Response
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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Relevance of Water and Fertilizer to Production Efficiency of Tomatoes and Pepper
C. M. Geraldson
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The Importance of Irrigation Frequency and Fertilizer Placement in Growing Vegetables With Drip Irrigation
A. A. Csizinsky
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Plant Arrangement for Increased Watermelon Yield
G. E. Brinen, S. J. Locascio, G. W. Elmstrom
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An Evaluation of Four Vegetable Cropping Patterns for North Florida
M. C. Palada, R. D. William, G. Bryan Wall
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The First Four Years of Integrated Pest Management in Everglades Celery: Part II
V. L. Guzman, W. G. Genung, D. D. Gull, M. J. Janes, T. A. Zitter
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Growth and Phenology of Cabbage in a Winter Production Area
J. O. Strandberg
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Estimating Fresh Market Cabbage Maturity Dates in a Winter Production Area
J. O. Strandberg, J. M. White
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Tolerance of Tomato to Manual Defoliation
John Paul Jones
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Bacterial Wilt of Tomato in Florida: History, Status, and Sources of Resistance
R. M. Sonoda, J. J. Augustine, R. B. Volih
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Bud Rot of Pepper
D. E. Dougherty
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Dispersion Analysis and Sampling Plants for Insect Pests in Florida Celery
C. A. Musgrave, H. W. Beck, S. L. Poe, W. H. Denton, J. O. Strandberg, J. M. White, W. G. Genung, V. L. Guzman
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Sample Size, Age of Celery Petiole and Rearing Conditions Affect Emergence of Vegetable Leafminers and Parasites
Earl H. Tryon, Jr., Sydney L. Poe
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Cadmium Toxicity in Some Vegetable and Test Plant Species
S. S. Woltz, C. G. Chambliss
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Pepper Response to Sulfur-Coated Urea, Mulch and Nitrogen Rate
S. J. Locascio, J. G. A. Fiskell
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Residue of Endosulfan on Sweet Potato
Neal P. Thompson, Promode C. Bardalaye, Van H. Waddill
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The Effect of Rates of CDEC on the Extractable Residue in Lettuce and Radishes
Neal P. Thompson, Promode C. Bardalaye, Victor L. Guzman
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Price-Acreage Relationships for Florida Sweet Corn
Jose Alvarez
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Economic Characteristics of the Containerized Vegetable Transplant Industry in Florida
Cecil N. Smith, Marvin N. Miller
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A Direct Marketing Alternative for Tomatoes in South Florida
Robert L. Degner, Gervasio J. Cubenas
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Comparison of Energy Requirements for Fresh-Market Tomato Harvesting by Mechanical and Manual Methods
Richard C. Fluck, Lawrance N. Shaw
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A Plant Cutter With a Three Apron Pickup for Tomato Harvesters
L. N. Shaw
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Overcoming Thermodormancy in Lettuce by Seed Priming
A. C. Guedes, D. J. Cantliffe, K. D. Shuler, E. Munter
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Cherry Type Tomatoes in Florida: An Evaluation of Four Varieties
Donald S. Burgis, Gary J. Wilfret
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Guidelines for Pepper Quality Improvement
R. K. Showalter, L. N. Shaw
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Handling & Processing

Protein Extraction From Water Spinach (Ipomoea aquatica)
J. H. Bruemmer, B. Roe
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Proline Content in Florida Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice and Canned Grapefruit Juice
S. V. Ting, R. L. Rouseff
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Tangeretin Content of Florida Citrus Peel as Determined by HPLC
R. L. Rouseff, S. V. Ting
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The Influence of Color on Consumer Preferences for Florida Frozen Concentrated Grapefruit Juices
R. L. Huggart, P. J. Fellers, George de Jager, Joseph Brady
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Evaluation of a Beverage Clouding Agent From Orange Pectin Pomace Leach Water
M. V. Herrera, R. F. Matthews, P. G. Crandall
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Specific Heat of Citrus Juice and Concentrate
C. S. Chen
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Effect of pH on Clarification of Citrus Juices by Low Methoxyl Pectins
R. A. Baker
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Particle Size Distribution of Commercial Tomato Juices
J. G. Surak, R. F. Matthews, V. Wang, H. A. Padua, R. M. Hamilton
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Residues of Ethylene Dibromide Present in Fumigated Fiberboard Carton Material
J. R. King, D. L. von Windeguth, A. K. Burditt, Jr.
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Seasonal Variation in Tolerance of Florida 'Marsh' Grapefruit to a Combination of Methyl Bromide Fumigation and Cold Storage
C. A. Benschoter
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Phytotoxicity of Methyl Bromide as a Fumigant for Florida Citrus Fruit
T. T. Hatton, R. H. Cubbedge
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Quality of 'Valencia' Oranges Mechanically Harvested by Three Methods
D. B. Churchill, H. R. Sumner
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Innovations for Florida Citrus Packinghouses
James Ellis, J. W. Rushing
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Survey of Energy Consumption in Florida Citrus Packinghouses
W. F. Wardowski, W. M. Miller
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Energy Requirement of the Taste Citrus Juice Evaporator and its Reduction by Automatic Control—A Pilot Plant Evaluation
Robert D. Carter, C. S. Chen
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A Low-Cost, Small-Scale Solar Dryer for Florida Fruits and Vegetables
C. J. Wagner, Jr., R. L. Coleman, R. E. Berry
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Storage Stability of Solar Dried and Hot-Air Dried Green Peppers
R. L. Coleman, C. J. Wagner, Jr., R. E. Berry, W. L. Bryan
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Biology and Control of Geotrichum candidum, the Cause of Citrus Sour Rot
G. Eldon Brown
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Cold Water Mist Humidification of Citrus During Degreening
Art Raynor, W. F. Wardowski
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Harvest Conditions, Packinghouse Treatments, and Shipping Temperatures for Export of Florida Bell Peppers
L. A. Risse, J. J. Smoot, A. T. Dow, T. Moffitt, R. Cubbedge
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Florida Muscadine Grape Juice: Processing and Evaluation Compared to Commercial Grape Beverages
R. P. Bates, D. Gursky
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Effect of Storage Temperature and Duration on Quality, Survival, and Yield of Containerized Tomato Transplants
L. A. Risse, T. Moffitt, H. H. Bryan
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Low Pressure (Hypobaric) Storage of Several Fruits and Vegetables
D. H. Spalding
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Effect of Pallet-Stacking Patterns on Transit Temperatures, Fumigation, and Arrival Condition of Grapefruit Exported to Japan
P. W. Hale, L. A. Risse, T. Moffitt, R. Cubbedge, D. L. von Windeguth
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Effects of Film Packaging, In-Carton Air Filters, and Storage Temperatures on The Keeping Quality of Florida Grapefruit
K. Kawada, L. G. Albrigo
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Garden And Landscape

Economic Value of a Home Vegetable Garden in South Florida
W. M. Stall
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Indian Atalantia, an Ornamental Tree for Landscaping in Southern Florida
Carl W. Campbell
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Economics of Landscaping Features for Conserving Energy in Residences
Dennis E. Buffington
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Versatility of The Modern Daylily
Jean Wooten
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145 Using Ecological Communities in Environmental Education Work
Robert M. Craig
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Turf, Energy, and The Environment
Philip Busey, Evert O. Burt
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What is Flora tarn?
Philip Busey
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Some Eriophyid Mites of Shade Trees and Woody Ornamentals (Acarina: Eriophyidae)
H. A. Denmark
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Incidence of Acarina on Three Species of Urban Landscape Plants in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
S. L. Poe, Stephanie M. Burgess, J. A. Reinert
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Preharvest Respiratory Trend of the Fruit of Prickly Pear (Opuntia Amyclaea T)
M. A. Moreno, Rivera L. Alvarado, y Sosa, S. Lakshminarayana
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Effect of Waxing and Lining Materials on Storage Life of Some Citrus Fruits
Maqbool Ahmad, Z. M. Khalid, W. A. Farooqi
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Marketing of Florida Grapefruit in Japan
H. Kitagawa, K. Kawada
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Fruit Set and Bee Activity in Four Rabbiteye Blueberry Cultivars
F. S. Davies, D. W. Buchanan
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Effects of Aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) on Bloom Delay, Fruit Maturity and Quality of 'Tifblue' and 'Woodard' Rabbiteye Blueberries
Elias D. Dekazos
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Financial Analysis of Establishing, Developing, and Producing Rabbiteye Blueberries in Florida
Forrest E. Stegelin, Timothy D. Hewitt
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Effect of Mating System on Time of Ripening and Fruit Weight in Blueberry
S. Z. A. El-Agamy, P. M. Lyrene, W. B. Sherman
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Results of a Survey on Pick-Your-Own Grape, Blueberry and Peach Establishments
T. E. Crocker, B. Wall
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Evaporative Cooling With Overhead Sprinkling for Rest Termination of Peach Trees
Phyllis R. Gilreath, D. W. Buchanan
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Dose—Response Data for Selected Insecticides on The White Peach Scale, Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Targ.)
Joe C. Ball, Frank G. Martin
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Hybrid Pear Cultivars for Florida
C. P. Andrews, W. B. Sherman
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Weed Control With Oryzalin (SurflanR) in Pecan and Nectarine Orchards
C. E. Arnold, J. H. Aldrich
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Developing and Using Pecan Budgets
Timothy D. Hewitt
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Tropical Fruit Tree Potting Media Experiment
E. D. Ackerman
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The Stenoma catenifer, a Serious Avocado Pest
D. O. Wolfenbarger, Burt Colburn
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Yellow Strap Leaf, a New Disease of Florida Papayas
Robert A. Conover
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The Genus Spondias in Florida
John Popenoe
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Evaluation of Alternative Methods for Planting Papayas
Robert A. Conover
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Development of Systems For Obtaining Parasexual Carica Hybrids
Richard E. Litz, Robert A. Conover
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Effect of Tetracycline Antibiotics on Pierce's Disease of Grapevine in Florida
D. L. Hopkins
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The Native Grape Species of Florida
David J. Rogers, John A. Mortensen
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Rootstocks for Citrus in the Limestone Soils of Southern Florida
Carl W. Campbell, Seymour Goldweber
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Grower Prices for Limes: Projections Through 1981-82
Robert L. Degner, J. Scott Skonkwiler, Gervasio J. Cubenas
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Tropical Fruits and Their Indigenous Relatives in Southern Florida
Mary Ann H. Ogden, Carl W. Campbell
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Lipid Markers in Chemotaxonomy of Tropical Fruits: Preliminary Studies With Carambola and Loquat
H. E. Nordby, N. T. Hall
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Promising Mexican Guava Selections Rich in Vitamin C
S. Lakshminarayana, M. A. Moreno Rivera
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Proximate Characteristics and Composition of Sapodilla Fruits Grown in Mexico
S. Lakshminarayana, M. A. Moreno Rivera
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Ornamental

A Cost Appraisal of Capillary Mat, Tube Weight, Handwater and Overhead Irrigation Systems Used in Potted Chrysanthemum Production
J. Walter Prevatt, Brent K. Harbaugh, John A. Otte
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Financial Analysis of a Small Bedding Plant Nursery in Florida
Ralph Semprevio, Dan L. Gunter, J. Robert Strain
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Pixiola: A New Cut Flower for Florida
Gary J. Wilfret
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Mini-Pot Garden Chrysanthemums: Cultivar Characteristics and Consumer Preferences
Gary J. Wilfret, Brent K. Harbaugh
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Effects of Ethylene in Combination With Light, Temperature and Carbon Dixoide on Leaf Abscission in Fittonia verschaffeltii (Lem.) Coem. Var. Argyroneura (Coem.) Nichols
F. J. Marousky
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The Influence of Linear Drip Irrigation Placement in Mulched and Nonmulched Soils on Chrysanthemum Production and Nutrient Distribution
A. J. Overman, F. G. Martin, J. L. Green, A. W. Engelhard
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322 - 326
Melaleuca Bark and Solite as Potential Potting Ingredients for Foliage Plants
Richard T. Poole, Charles A. Conover
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Production of Six Foliage Crops in Spent Mushroom Compost Potting Mixes
Barbara K. Henny
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Influence of pH on Activity of Viterra® 2 and Effects on Growth and Shelf Life of Maranta and Pilea
Charles A. Conover, Richard T. Poole
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Foliage Plant Problems Diagnosed by Commercial Growers' Clinic—A Three Year Summary
B. A. Barmby, A. J. Pate
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Evolution and Evaluation of Pests of Ornamental Plants in Florida: A Research Priority Tool, A Production Planning Tool, A Field Diagnosis Tool
Mike Borel
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Relative Incidence of Cymbidium Mosaic and Odontoglossum Ringspot Viruses in Several Genera of Wild and Cultivated Orchids
G. C. Wisler, F. W. Zettler, T. J. Sheehan
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Contamination in Plant Tissue Cultures
J. F. M. E. Knauss
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Effect of the Root-Knot Nematode, Meloidogyne incognita, on Pothos
P. S. Lehman, D. E. Stokes
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Human Exposure to Pesticides: Measure and Evaluation of The Risks to The Applicator
Arthur W. Engelhard, R. C. Ploetz, A. J. Overman
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Phytophthora Crown and Stem Rot, an Important New Disease of Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima)
Arthur W. Engelhard, Randy C. Ploetz
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Non-Pathogenicity of Pseudomonas aeruginosa to Coconut Palm
R. E. McCoy, H. M. Donselman
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The Botrytis Blight of Exacum affine
Randy C. Ploetz, Arthur W. Engelhard
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Host Range, Virulence, and Control of Pythium splendens Braun From Peperomia orba Bunt
B. A. Kidney
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Control of Mealybugs on Caladiums
James F. Price
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Growth Responses of Potted Chrysanthemum to Controlled-Release Fertilizers With Two Irrigation Systems
S. E. Rosenbaum, B. K. Harbaugh, T. A. Nell, G. J. Wilfret
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Influence of N Fertilization on The Utilization of Nutrients by Bermudagrass and Overseeded Ryegrass Turf grasses
J. B. Sartain, A. E. Dudeck
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Biological Control of Insects and Mites on European Greenhouse Crops: Research and Commercial Implementation
R. A. Hamlen
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