Vol 90 (1977)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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Front Matter
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Citrus

Combinations of Abscission Chemicals for Loosening of Florida Processing Oranges
R. E. Holm, W. C. Wilson
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Loosening of Oranges With Pik-Off, Release, Acti-Aid and Sweep Combinations
G. K. Rasmussen
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Shaker Removal Methods Affect 'Valencia' Orange Yield
G. E. Coppock, D. B. Churchill, H. R. Sumner, S. L. Hedden
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Citrus Blackfly Control With Foliar-Applied Insecticides
James A. Reinert, G. E. Fitzpatrick
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Comparison of Low Volume Citrus Spray Programs Applied by Aircraft and Airblast Sprayer in Florida
Robert C. Bullock, Robert F. Brooks, David V. Calvert
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Residues of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid Herbicide (2,4-D) in 'Valencia' Oranges Following Postharvest Dip
H. A. Moye, A. A. McCornack
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Weed Control Practices in the Indian River Citrus Area
P. D. Spyke, L. K. Jackson, J. Soule
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Leaf Tissue Analyses in the Fertility Program
J. R. Iley
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Worker Reentry and Residues of Ethion, Parathion, and Carbophenothion (Trithion) on Florida Citrus
H. N. Nigg, N. P. Thompson, J. C. Allen, R. F. Brooks
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Worker Reentry in Florida Citrus: Comparison of Two Pesticide Residue Techniques for Citrus Foliage
Herbert N. Nigg
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Citrus Grove Prices as Determined by Fruit Production Potential
B. Abbitt, R. P. Muraro, J. A. Otte
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Using Mortgage Repayments Capacity to Determine the Maximum Price to Pay For an Add-On Citrus Grove
J. A. Otte, B. Abbitt, R. P. Muraro
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Potential Economic Impact of a Fruit Fly Infestation on the U.S. Citrus Industry
C. O. Andrew, J. C. Cato, F. J. Prochaska
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Marketing Alternatives for the Florida Citrus Grower
James A. Niles
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Economic Analysis of Strategies for Resetting Citrus Groves
Ronald P. Muraro, James A. Niles
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Root System Characteristics of Citrus Nursery Trees
William S. Castle, Charles O. Youtsey
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The Performance of 'Robinson' and 'Page' Citrus Hybrids on 10 Rootstocks
C. J. Hearn, D. J. Hutchison
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The Performance of 'Nova' and 'Orlando' Tangelos on 10 Rootstocks
D. J. Hutchison, C. J. Hearn
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Cold Hardiness of Orange and Grapefruit Trees on Different Rootstocks During the 1977 Freeze
G. Yelenosky, R. Young
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Leaf-Freezing Point of Citrus at Three Locations in Florida
R. E. Rouse, W. J. Wiltbank, J. L. Jackson, Jr., T. W. Oswalt
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A New Approach to Juice Yield Loss in Oranges Following Freezing Weather
Robert D. Carter, Harold D. Knobel
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Changes Following the Freeze of January, 1977 in the Quality of Fruit and Foliage Injury From Twelve Citrus Stock-Scion Combinations
David V. Calvert
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Influence of Date of Harvest on Yields of 'Hamlin' and 'Valencia' Oranges and 'Marsh' Grapefruit
J. M. Ramirez, A. H. Krezdorn, A. J. Rose
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Injury to Citrus Fruits by Leaffooted and Citron Plant Bugs
L. G. Albrigo, R. C. Bullock
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Methods for Rapid Screening of Fungicides as Candidates for Citrus Melanose Control
Jack O. Whiteside
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Reinvasion of Methyl Bromide Treated Soil by Soil-Borne Fungi and Their Subsequent Effect on Citrus Seedling Growth
W. H. Ridings, N. C. Schenck, R. R. Snell, W. M. Keen, J. A. Cornell
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Research on Citrus Tristeza Virus Generates Some Rapid Identification Procedures
D. Gonsalves, S. M. Garnsey, D. E. Purcifull
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Incidence of Blight in Several Groves on the Central Florida Ridge
G. R. Grimm, Fred W. Bistline, Paul F. Smith
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Similarities Between Marchitamiento Repentino Disease in Uruguay and Argentina, and Blight of Citrus in Florida
H. K. Wutscher, H. G. Campiglia, C. Hardesty, A. A. Salibe
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Garden And Landscape

Cold Tolerance of Daylilies Bred for Warm Climates
Jean Wooten
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Finding Those Small But Highly Injurious Pests on Indoor Plants
R. A. Hamlen
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Storage and Germination of Zamia Seed
Willard T. Witte
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Close-Up and Microscopic Multiple Exposure Techniques for Horticultural Photography
Joseph J. Whigham
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Breeding, Growing and Observing Dieffenbachia Species and Seedlings
R. J. Henny
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Cold Damage to Cycads and Palms at Fairchild Tropical Garden Resulting From the January 1977 Freeze
Crafton Clift
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Miniature Roses: Perennial Flowering Plants
Rubert W. Prevatt
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Learning by Doing—Another Approach: A Sabbatical View of Instruction at the Largest Ornamental Horticulture School in the United States
Kenneth C. Sanderson
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Commercial Production of Gesneriads in South Florida
Tim Anderson
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The Marie Selby Botanical Gardens: A New Botanic Garden for South Florida
Kiat Tan
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Trees and Shrubs for Environmental Education
Robert M. Craig, Reba M. Stone
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104 - 107
Herbaceous Plants for Coastal Dune Areas
Robert M. Craig
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108 - 110
Turf grasses for the 1980's
Philip Busey
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Petiole Injection of Coconut Palm, a Method to Prevent Permanent Trunk Injury During Antibiotic Treatment for Lethal Yellowing
Randolph E. McCoy
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Evaluation of Callistemon Species for North Florida
R. J. Black, T. J. Sheehan, G. S. Smith
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Nutrient Removal by Waterhyacinths From Solution Cultures
Charles R. Johnson, Thomas J. Sheehan
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Observations of Freeze Injury in South Florida Foliage Nurseries
Richard L. Biamonte
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Double Flowered Amaryllis
William D. Bell
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Plants With Dangerous Spines or Thorns
Sylvester A. Rose
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The Citrus Blackfly in Florida, Its Edible Fruit Host Plants and Control of Its Dissemination
D. L. Culbert, D. C. Clinton
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Plantnapping
Joseph C. Shaw
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Merchandising the Horticultural Commodity
Joseph C. Shaw
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Care of Platycerium Sporelings
Elaine Spear
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128 - 129

Handling & Processing

Viscosity and Particle Size Distribution in Commercial Florida Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
Robert D. Carter, Bela S. Buslig
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Flesh Texture and Respiration of Waxed Peaches
John M. Wells, A. H. Bennett
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Glycoside and Pectin Successively Extracted From Citrus
P. G. Crandall, J. W. Kesterson, A. H. Rouse
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Evaluation of Humidity Control Panels for Refrigerated Storage of Citrus
William M. Miller
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Packinghouse Strategies for the Control of Fungicide Resistant Molds
David J. Hall, John R. Rice
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Decay Control of Florida Citrus Fruits With Imazalil
A. A. McCornack, G. Eldon Brown
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Phosphine as a Fumigant for Grapefruit Infested by Caribbean Fruit Fly Larvae
D. L. von Windeguth, A. Arner, A. K. Burditt, Jr., D. H. Spalding
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Ethylene Dibromide Fumigation of Grapefruit Packed in Tray-Pack Containers and in Bulk Bins
P. W. Hale, W. R. Miller, D. L. von Windeguth, J. King
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Evaluation of Decay Control Treatments and Shipping Containers for Export of Grapefruit to Japan
John T. Smoot, Philip W. Hale
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Internal Freeze Damage in Florida Grapefruit Held in Florida and Similar Fruit Shipped and Held in Japan During Late Spring 1977
T. T. Hatton, Jr., J. J. Smoot, P. W. Hale
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Characteristics of Wastewater From Citrus Packinghouses Using Frozen Fruit Separators
M. A. Ismail, P. G. Crandall
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Preliminary Solar Drying Studies of Some Florida Fruits and Vegetables
Charles J. Wagner, Jr., William L. Bryan,, Robert E. Berry
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Point-of-Purchase Advertising Materials for Fresh Produce: Retailers' Preference
Robert L. Degner, Kary Mathis
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Grapefruit Juice Quality Improvement Studies: Introduction and Scope of the Study and The Effect of Processing Variables, Temperature and Duration of Storage on the Quality of Grapefruit Juice
M. H. Dougherty, S. V. Ting, J. A. Attaway, E. L. Moore
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Quality of Commercial, Canned, Single-strength Grapefruit Juice Produced in Florida during the 1975-76 and 1976-77 Citrus Seasons
M. H. Dougherty, J. F. Fisher
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Quality of Florida Canned Grapefruit Juke in Supermarket Stores of the United States
S. V. Ting, J. W. McAllister
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Color Aspects of Florida Commercial Grapefruit Juices, 1976-77
R. L. Huggart, D. R. Petrus, B. S. Buslig
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Spectral Characteristics of Commercially Prepared Grapefruit Juices
D. R. Petrus, M. H. Dougherty, R. L. Huggart
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Mineral Content of Canned Grapefruit Juice
S. V. Ting
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Treatment Requirements for Debittering and Fortifying Grapefruit and Stable Storage of the Product
Bongwoo Roe, Joseph H. Bruemmer
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Storage Stability of Orange Syrups
Joseph H. Bruemmer, Alice P. Bowers
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Effect of Temperature on Survival of Yeast in 45° and 65° Brix Orange Concentrate
D. I. Murdock, W. S. Hatcher, Jr.
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Orange Juice Color Measurement: Using General Purpose Tristimulus Colorimeters
Bradley A. Eagerman
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Florida Canners' Recovery From 1971-72 Through 1976-77 and Recommendations for Future Regulations
L. T. Griffiths, William J. Hepburn
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A Comparison of Home, Laboratory and Quasi-Industrial Wine Making Procedures With 'Stover' Grapes
R. P. Bates, M. Sinisterra, J. A. Mortensen
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Quality of Characteristics and Nutritional Composition of Boniatos (Ipomoea batatas). I—Cultivar Quality
D. D. Gull, R. A Conover
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Sensory Acceptance of Tomato Salad-Type Yogurt Systems From Oilseed/Dairy Combinations
R. H. Schmidt, R. F. Mathews, S. M. Davidson
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Effect of Dump-Tank Water Temperature on the Incidence of Bacterial Soft Rot of Tomatoes
R. H. Seeall, F. E Henry, Alice T. Dow
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Effect of Refrigerated Temperatures on the Incidence of Chilling Injury and Ripening Quality of Mango Fruit
C. Saucedo Veloz, F. Esparza Torres, S. Lakshminarayana
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Growing Palms With Edible Fruits in Florida
John Popenoe
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Deciduous Fruit Species as Landscape Items in North Florida's Homeowner Plantings
C. P. Andrews, C. E. Arnold
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Statistical Hypothesis Testing: An Academic Exercise in Futility
Victor Chew
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Breeding Blueberries for Florida: Accomplishments and Goals
P. M. Lyrene, W. B. Sherman
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215 - 217
Sclereid Development and Prevention of Woodiness and/or Grittiness in Rabbiteye Blueberries
Elias D. Dekazos
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218 - 223
Low-Chilling Apples for Florida
Earl H. Rowland
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The Subtropical Apples Six Years After Distribution
C. B. Lieberman, T. E. Crocker, A. J. Snapp
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Marketing Florida Bunch Grapes as Fresh Fruit
L. H. Stover, J. M. Crall, J. A. Mortensen
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228 - 229
Economic Trends in the Florida Avocado Industry
Robert L. Degner, Carolyn B. Dunham
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Estimated Plant City Area Strawberry Production Costs, 1977
J. A. Otte, M. T. Pospichal, C. M. Howard, E. E. Albregts
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Marketing Florida Limes: Retail Practices and Problems With Summer Movement
Kary Mathis
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236 - 238
Suitability of Mango as a Long-Term Host of the Citrus Blackfly
Robert V. Dowell
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Comments on Mango Pollination
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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Evaluation of Peach Rootstocks for Root-Knot Nematode Resistance
M. J. Young, W. B. Sherman
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Mango and Avocado Cultivars in Brazil
W. J. Wiltbank
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243 - 244
Tissue Culture Propagation of Papaya
Richard E. Litz, Robert A. Conover
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Effects of the 1977 Freeze on Avocados and Limes in South Florida
Simon E. Malo, Paul G. Orth, N. P. Brooks
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Effect of Branch Girdling on Yield of Severly Pruned 'Brewster' Lychee Trees
T. W. Young
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251 - 253
Freeze Damage to Tropical Fruits in Southern Florida in 1977
C. W. Campbell, R. J. Knight, Jr., N. L. Zareski
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Functional Performance of Irrigation Systems for Orchard Crops in Florida
J. Mostella Myers
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Response of Peach Seedlings to Water Stress and Saturation Conditions
Fouad M. Basiouny
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261 - 267
Evaluation of Herbicides for Avocado Groves
C. H. Doty, S. E. Malo
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Residues of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid Herbicide in 'Persian' Limes and Their Processed Products Following Preharvest Spraying
H. Anson Moye, Charles Barmore
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Methyl Bromide and Phosphine Fumigation Injury to Avocados and Mangos
D. H. Spalding, C. A. Benschoter, D. L. von Windeguth, J. R. King, W. F. Reeder, A. K. Burditt, Jr.
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Ethion, MalatVrion *nd Supracide Residues in Mangos
Neal P. Thompson, Sujit Witkonton, Richard M. Baranowski
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Residues of Naphthaleneacetic Acid (NAA) in 'Bearss' Lemons and Their Processed Products Following Spraying of Tree Trunks
H. Anson Moye, A. E. Wilson
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Response of Pineapple (Ananas comosus Merr.) Growing in Savanna Soil of Brasilia to Levels of N, P and K, E. A. Vilela-Morales
R. A. Costa, O. Andersen
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Effects on Growth Regulators on Healing Avocado Pruning Wounds
A. T. Leal, A. H. Krezdorn
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Effect of Planting Date and Plant Chilling on Growth and Fruiting Responses of Three Strawberry Clones
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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278 - 280

Ornamental

A Production Budget for Crape Myrtle in Florida
Cecil N. Smith, Dennis B. McConnell, Robert E. L. Greene
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281 - 283
Determining Which Container Plants to Produce
Dan L. Gunter, John A. Otte
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284 - 289
Evaluating Nursery Labor Productivity
John A. Otte, Dan L. Gunter
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290 - 291
Developing Your Own Marketing Program
J. Robert Strain, W. Arden Colette
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292 - 293
Control of Bacteria in Cut Flower Vase Water
F. J. Marousky
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294 - 296
Control of Bacteria in Gypsophila Vase Water
F. J. Marousky
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297 - 298
Problems Identified in an Extension-Operated Clinic for Commercial Foliage Plant Producers
B. A. Barmby, R. L. Brown, R. W. Henley
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299 - 300
Tissue Culture Propagation of Some Foliage Plants
Richard E. Litz, Robert A. Conover
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301 - 302
In vitro Propagation of Cryptanthus Spp.
Sue E. Davidson, A. Donnan, Jr.
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Effect of Sucrose Level, Medium Composition and pH on the in vitro Germination of Pollen From Spathiphylhim floribundum (Linden & Andre) N. E. Br. Mauna Loa and Vriesea malzinei E. Morr.
R. J. Henny
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An Initial Evaluation of Drip Irrigation on Woody Ornamentals in Containers
D. M. Weatherspoon
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306 - 308
Evaluation of Poinsettia Cultivars Grown on Two Irrigation Systems
Gary J. Wilfret, Brent K. Harbaugh
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309 - 311
Influence of Irrigation Method and Fertilizer Source and Level on Growth of Four Foliage Plants
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Influence of Fertilizer Source and Level on Growth and Foliar Content of Philodendron oxycardium and Chrysalidocarpus lutescens
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Influence of Potting Media and Fertilizer Source and Level on Growth of Four Foliage Plants on Capillary Mats
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Influence of Medium, Container Size and Water Regime on Growth of Pellionia pulchra N. E. Br. and Pilea involncrata (Sims) Urb.
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Insecticide and Insect Growth Regulator Control of Green Peach Aphid, Banded Greenhouse Thrips and a Foliar Mealybug on Aphelandra
R. A. Hamlen
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Chrysanthemum Production System Variables Affect Pest Population and Damage
S. L. Poe, A. J. Overman, J. L. Green
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Effect of Insecticides on Poinsettia and Erinnyis ello
D. J. Schuster, B. K. Harbaugh
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Acylalanines: A New Class of Systemic Fungicides
T. R. Young, E. B. Seifried, W. L. Biehn
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327 - 329
CGA-48988, A New Systemic Fungicide for Control of Phytophthora nicotianae Var. Parasitica on Peperomia obtusifolia
J. F. Knauss
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Control of Phytophthora Wilt of Azaleas With CGA 48988
Donald M. Ferrin, H. Charles Mellinger
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Evaluation of Bio-Con CRC-400 as a Protectant Against Development of Crown Rot of Peperomia and Root Rot of Pothos
R. J. Virgona, W. H. Ridings
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Soil Fungicides for Tropical Foliage Plants—Efficacy and Other Considerations
J. F. Knauss
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Chemical Disbudding of Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat. With P-293
Gary J. Wilfret, Brent K. Harbaugh
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342 - 344
Evolution of a Communication Tool for the Tropical Foliage Plant Industry
A. Donnan, Jr., R. W. Henley, L. Fall
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Nursery Propagation and the Anatomical Union of Cleft Grafted Gardenias
Margaret J. Mustard, S. John Lynch
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347 - 349
Growth of Five Species of Containerized Ornamentals as Influenced by Six Commercial Fertilizer Sources
P. L. Neel, H. M. Donselman
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Effects of Oxadiazon Preemergence Herbicide on Weed Control and Growth of Sixteen Species of Containerized Ornamental Plants
P. L. Neel
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Vegetable

Regional Terminal Market Growth Potential for North Florida Produced Vegetables
W. Arden Colette, Edgar Anas
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356 - 358
Predicting Season Price for Hastings Areas Potatoes
G. Bryan Wall
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359 - 361
Modern Horticulturists
Leon W. Miller
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The Subtropical Vegetable Industry of Dade County
John F. McGuire, Roy J. Champagne
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Effect of Cultivation on Cabbage Yield and Head Weight
J. M. White
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365 - 366
Evaluation of Pickling Cucumber Varieties for Florida
G. W. Elmstrom, D. J. Cantliffe
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'Atlantic': A New Potato Cultivar for North Florida
J. R. Schumaker, D. P. Weingartner, D. R. Hensel, S. J. Locascio, D. D. Gull, R. E. Webb, J. Watts
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Nitrogen Fertilization Rates for Slicing Cucumbers Treated With Ethephon
D. J. Cantliffe, A. F. Omran
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Tomato Yields Affected by Cultural Management
S. L. Poe, J. P. Jones, D. S. Burgis, J. P. Crill
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The Economic Potential for Incorporating Rice in Everglades Vegetable Production Systems
G. H. Snyder, J. Alvarez, J. W. Mishoe, D. L. Myhre, S. F. Shih, V. E. Green, Jr.
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Energy Analysis of the Use of Full-Bed Plastic Mulch on Vegetables
Richard C. Fluck, Lawrence N. Shaw, Paul H. Everett
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Pepper Production Efficiency Using the Gradient-Mulch Concept
C. M. Geraldson
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The Influence of Specific Ions on the Total Soluble Salt and pH Levels of Commercial Tomato Fields in Southwest Florida
G. A. Marlowe, Jr., J. A. Cornell
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Controlled Release Fertilizers: Effect of Rates and Placements on Plant Stand, Early Growth and Fruit Yield of Peppers
Paul H. Everett
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The Effects of Fertilizer Components on Yield, Ripening, and Susceptibility of Tomato Fruit to Postharvest Soft Rot
R. H. Segall, Alice T. Dow, C. M. Geraldson
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Composition of Greenhouse Tomatoes as Affected by Cultivar, Production Media and Fertilizer
D. D. Gull, S. J. Locascio, S. R. Kostewicz
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Effect of Temperature and Short Day on Development of Verticillium Wilt of Susceptible, Tolerant, and Resistant Tomato Cultivars
John Paul Jones, A. J. Overman, Pat Crill
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Pickle worm Control on Cantaloupe and Summer Squash
W. C. Adler
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Pesticides Toxic to Striped Earwig, An Important Insect Predator
R. B. Workman
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Growth Characteristics of Cefery '2-14' In Central Florida
C. A. Musgrave, D. R. Bennett, S. J. Poe, W. H. Denton, T. O. Strandberg, J. M. White
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Evaluation of the IFAS Celery Seedling Harvester Using Precision Seeded Plants
J. W. Mishoe, V. L. Guzman
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Efficacy of One Stream Versus Three of a Soil Fumigant for Production of Tomato
A. J. Overman, J. P. Jones
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Stand, Yield and Other Characteristics of sh2 High Sugar Retention Sweet Corn Hybrids Planted by Compensated Rate Seeding
Emil A. Wolf, Herbert H. Bryan,, Henry Ozaki
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Percentage Stand and Sugars in Four Florida Sweet Corns
L. C. Hannah, D. J. Cantliffe
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Benlate Residues in 'Florida Sweet' Corn as a Result of Seed Treatment
Neal P. Thompson, Emil Wolf
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Effect of Growth Regulators on Storage Life of Onion Seed
R. C. Styer, D. J. Cantliffe
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Effect of Presowing Seed Treatments on Germination of Lettuce Seed at High Temperature
A. C. Guedes, D. J. Cantliffe
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Color Enhancement of Bell Pepper With Ethephon
S. J. Locascio, T. S. Smith
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