Vol 88 (1975)

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

The Use of Chlorine in Drip Irrigation Systems
Harry W. Ford
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Water Distribution and Evaporational Loss From Sprinkler Irrigation in Citrus
R. C. J. Koo, R. L. Reese
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Drip and Overhead Sprinkler Irrigation Effect on Soil Moisture in a Citrus Grove
J. Mostella Myers, D. S. Harrison, W. J. Phillips, Jr.
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10 - 16
'Rohde Red Valencia', an Orange Selection With Improved Juice Color
Ivan Stewart, G. D. Bridges, A. P. Pieringer, T. A. Wheaton
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'Sue-Linda Temple'
A. P. Pieringer
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Some Physical and Chemical Characteristics of a Deep, Well-Drained Soil Planted to Citrus
W. S. Castle, A. H. Krezdorn, N. Gammon, Jr.
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Glyphosate: A Promising New Herbicide for Citrus
D. P. H. Tucker, R. L. Phillips
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The Potential Usefulness of Citrus Leaf Long-Chain Hydrocarbons in Chemical Classification of Citrus Plants
Harold E. Nordby, C. Jack Hearn, Steven Nagy
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32 - 35
Electrical Experiments on Citrus Seedlings
George J. Edwards
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36 - 39
Effect of Date of Harvest and Spot Picking on Yield and Quality of Grapefruit
J. M. Ramierz, A. H. Krezdorn
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Yield Estimation of 'Valencia' Orange Research Plots and Groves
L. G. Albrigo, C. A. Anderson, G. J. Edwards, F. W. Bistline, W. J. Hepburn, T. Cary
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Planning of Spray Programs for the Control of Fungal Diseases in Citrus Groves
J. O. Whiteside
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Satellite Technology Improves Freeze Warnings
S. Elwynn Taylor, D. R. Davis, Ray E. Jensen
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An Economic Analysis of FCOJ Imports and Exports
Ronald W. Ward, James A. Niles
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A Destructive Outbreak of Tristeza in Central Florida
S. M. Garnsey, J. L. Jackson, Jr.
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Distribution of Obstructions to Water Movement in Citrus With and Without Blight
S. Nemec, Robert Constant, Mike Patterson
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Chemical Nature and Statistical Analysis of the Distribution of Plugging in Blight/ YTD-Affected Citrus Trees
Gail E. Vandermolen, R. N. Gennaro, T. O. Peeples, F. W. Bistline
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Water Flow Rates and Starch Reserves in Roots From Citrus Trees Affected by Blight and Tristeza
S. M. Gamsey, R. H. Young
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The Citrus Industry's Spreading Decline Program
E. W. Holder, Jr.
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The West Indian Sugarcane Rootstalk Borer Weevil in Florida
R. J. Griffith
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Florida Citrus Harvesting Labor and The Economy, Thomas S. Walker
Chris O. Andrew, Robert D. Emerson
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Analysis of Florida Citrus Harvesting Labor
Gary F. Fairchild
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The Effect of Several Adjuvants on the Abscission Activity of Release® With 'Valencia' Orange
R. K. Clark, W. C. Wilson
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Evaluation of DS-27914 as an Abscission Chemical for Processed Oranges
R. E. Holm, W. C. Wilson
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A Comparison of Four Abscission Compounds for Use on 'Hamlin', 'Pineapple' and 'Valencia' Oranges
F. S. Davies, W. C. Cooper, F. E. Galena
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Abscission Chemicals Effect on the Performance of a Limb Shaker-Catching Frame Citrus Harvest System
G. E. Coppock
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Harvesting Oranges With a Full-Powered Positioning Limb Shaker
Harold R. Sumner, Scott L. Hedden
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Orange Yield and Removal Studies With Air and Trunk Shakers Using Two Abscission Chemicals
J. D. Whitney
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Developments in Pickup Equipment for Oranges to Reduce Windrowing
D. B. Churchill, H. R. Sumner
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Energy Consumption of the Florida Vegetable Industry
Richard C. Fluck
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128 - 132
Chives Production as Affected by Fertilizer Practices, Soil Mixes and Methyl Bromide Soil Residues
S. S. Woltz, W. E. Waters
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133 - 136
The Sturdy Seminole Pumpkin Provides Much Food With Little Effort
Julia F. Morton
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137 - 141
Ethephon as a Defoliant for Potatoes
B. D. Thompson, J. R. Shumaker
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Tomato Production as Affected by Two Weights of Polyethylene Coated and Uncoated Kraft Paper Mulch, With and Without Fungicide-Herbicide Impregnation
D. S. Burgis
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Evaluation of Tomato Production Efficiency With Relevance to Contributing Components
C. M. Geraldson
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Leaf Miner Population Estimation in Polycultured Vegetables
C. A. Musgrave, S. L. Poe, D. R. Bennett
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156 - 159
Tomato Pinworm Population Management in Semitropical Agriculture
S. L. Poe, J. P. Crill, P. H. Everett
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Vydate L—A New Compound for the Control of Leaf Miner on Tomatoes and Celery
William H. Bear
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165 - 169
Improved Germination and Plant Stand of 'Florida Sweet' Corn by Seed Treatment
D. J. Cantliffe, E. A. Wolf, J. M. White
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Soil Applications of Insecticides for Control of Potato Infesting Wireworms
R. M. Baranowski, Van H. Waddill
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A New Nematode Control Propram for Potatoes Grown in Northeast Florida
D. P. Weingartner, J. R. Shumaker, G. C. Smart, Jr., D. W. Dickson
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Insecticidal Control of the Cabbage Looper on Cabbage Using 50 and 100 Gallons of Spray Per Acre
R. B. Workman, R. B. Chalant
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Trickle Irrigation and Fertilization Method for Strawberries
S. J. Locascio, J. Mostella Myers
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185 - 189
Response of Vegetables to Drip and Overhead Irrigation on Calcareous Soils
H. H. Bryan, W. M. Stall, J. D. Dalton, H. W. Ford
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190 - 196
Chemical Control of Fusarium Wilt of Watermelon
D. L. Hopkins, G. W. Elmstrom
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197 - 199
Effect of Liming and Nitrogen Source on Fusarium Wilt of Cucumber and Watermelon
John Paul Jones, S. S. Woltz, P. H. Everett
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200 - 203
Natural Control of Three Rindworm Species and Chemical Control of the Granulate Cutworm, Feltia subterranea on Watermelon
W. C. Adlerz
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204 - 207
Weed Control in the Strawberry Fruiting Field With Paraquat
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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208 - 210
Response of Fresh Market Tomatoes to Method of Seeding or Transplanting
D. G. Long, D. J. Cantliffe
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Effect of Furadan on Yield and Expression on Fusarium Wilt in Tomato Planted as Bareroot and Containerized Transplants
A. J. Overman, J. P. Jones
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'Flora-Dade', A Fresh Market Tomato for South Florida With Resistance to Verticillium Wilt
R. B. Volin, H. H. Bryan
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Changes in Nutrients Resulting From Farming the Hole-in-the-Doughnut, Everglades National Park
P. G. Orth, R. A. Conover
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Effect of Production Area and Irrigation Methods on Tomato Yields in South Dade County During the 1974-75 Season
W. M. Stall, H. H. Bryan
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225 - 227
Extending the Production Season of Vegetables in North Florida
L. H. Halsey, S. R. Kostewicz
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228 - 232
Biodegradable Liquid Polymers as Soil Mulches for Tomatoes
P. H. Everett, Charles J. McLaughlin
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233 - 236
Economic Analysis of the Federal Marketing Order for Florida Tomatoes
John R. Brooker, James L. Pearson
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237 - 239
Mechanical Removal of Tomatoes With a Vertical Snapping Motion
L. N. Shaw, P. H. Everett, J. W. Mishoe
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240 - 242
Weather and Disease Surveillance in Southwest Florida
C. H. Blazquez
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243 - 248

Handling & Processing

Effects of Infrared Radiation and Forced Heated Air Curing Treatments on the Salability of Florida Onions
Sudhir K. Sastry, Dennis E. Buiffington
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Salability of Onions as Influenced by Vacuum Curing and Storage in Three Different Environments
Dennis E. Buffington, John C. Gustashaw, Jr.
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254 - 258
Consumer Discrimination Among Present U. S. Standards' Grades of Florida Mature-Green Tomatoes
Le Da Ton, B. D. Thompson
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259 - 262
Ascorbic Acid and Carotene Contents of Peppers
R. F. Matthews, S. J. Locascio, H. Y. Ozaki
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263 - 265
Ascorbic Acid and /3-Carotene in Soybeans as Influenced by Maturity, Sprouting, Processing and Storage
R. P. Bates, R. F. Matthews
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266 - 272
Sampling Watermelons for Soluble Solids
R. K. Showalter
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273 - 275
Market Quality of Citrus Fruits Dropped to the Ground for Harvesting
John J. Smoot, C. F. Melvin
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276 - 280
The Marketing of By-Products in the Florida Citrus Industry
Gary F. Fairchild, James A. Niles
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281 - 284
The Impact of Sales of FCOJ in Larger Containers on the Florida Citrus Industry
Daniel S. Tilley, James A. Niles
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285 - 288
Automatic Packing of Carrots
Frederick E. Henry
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289 - 291
Quality Changes of Enzyme-Treated Citrus Pulp Wash Liquids
R. J. Braddock, J. W. Kesterson
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292 - 293
Plate Loop Method for Determining Total Viable Count of Orange Juice
D. I. Murdock, W. S. Hatcher, Jr., S. Bradner
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294 - 299
Esterase Activity and Orange Juice Quality
Joseph H. Bruemmer, Bongwoo Roe
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300 - 303
Potential By-Products From Microbial Transformation of D-Limonene
Elizabeth R. Bowen
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304 - 307
Anthracnose, a Serious Decay of Degreened 'Robinson' Tangerines
G. Eldon Brown
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Influence and Processing of Citrus Fruit on Their Peel and Juice Color
Ivan Stewart
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312 - 313
Improved Method for Purifying Crude Citrus Pigments
Charles W. Wilson III, Philip E. Shaw, Cora L. Kirkland
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314 - 317
Semi-Trailer Fumigation of Florida Grapefruit Infested With Larvae of the Caribbean Fruit Fly, Anastrepha suspensa (Loew)
A. K. Burditt, Jr., D. L. von Windeguth
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Minimizing Hazards From In-Truck Ethylene Dibromide Fumigation of Carton-Packed Citrus Fruit
G. G. Norman, W. Grierson, T. A. Wheaton, J. D. Dennis
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323 - 328
Vertical Air Distribution for Cooling Fruit in Cartons
W. Grierson, Bob Brown
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329 - 332
Postharvest Weight Loss of Florida Citrus Fruits
A. A. McCornack
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Effects of Prestorage Carbon Dioxide Treatments and Delayed Storage on Chilling Injury of "Marsh" Grapefruit
T. T. Hatton, R. H. Cubbedge, W. Grierson
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Symposium—Juice Definition Program Analytical Indicators of Processed Orange Juice Quality, 1972-73 and 1973-74, Introduction, Sample Preparation and Processing Parameters
John A. Attaway, Robert D. Carter
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Effect of Maturity, Variety and Processing on Color, Cloud, Pectin and Water-Insoluble Solids of Orange Juice: I. Color and Cloud II. Pectin and Water-Insoluble Solids
R. L. Huggart, A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore
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342 - 345
Effect of Maturity, Variety and Processing on Chloramine-T Values and Total Amino Acid Content of Orange Juices: I. Chloramine-T Values II. Total Amino Acid Content
M. D. Maraulja, M. H. Dougherty
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Relation of Processing, Variety and Maturity to Flavor Quality and Particle Size Distribution in Florida Orange Juices: I. Flavor Considerations II. Particle Size Distribution
P. J. Fellers, B. S. Buslig, B. S. Buslig, R. D. Carter
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350 - 357
Statistical Inferences on Processed Orange Juice Quality From the 1972-73 and 1973-74 Juice Definition Program
Robert D. Carter, Bela S. Buslig, John A. Cornell
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358 - 370

Garden And Landscape

Patty Says: "Plant a Tree This Year"
Louis J. Daigle
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371 - 372
Designing a Teaching Conservatory for Horticultural Education
G. Shannon, Smith Sydney Park
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373 - 376
The 'Malayan Dwarf Coconut Palm, a Lethal Yellowing Resistant Cultivar
James T. Midcap, P. L. Neel, DeArmand L. Hull
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Environmental Impact of Lethal Yellowing of Palms in Florida
George H. Gwin
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380 - 387
Native Vegetation Along Manmade Channels in South Florida
Robert M. Craig, Alice T. Williams
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383 - 387
Landscaping of Non-Residential Properties in the South
F. W. Williams, C. N. Smith
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388 - 390
Homeowners' Landscaping Practices in the Gainesville Metropolitan Area
Cecil N. Smith, Fawzi A. Taha, Robert S. Boulter
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391 - 392
Fruit Trees as Useful Landscape Items in Florida's Dooryard Plantings
Robert J. Knight, Jr.
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393 - 398
Planting and Management of Tropical and Suptropical Fruit Trees in the Home Landscape
Seymour Goldweber
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399 - 401
Plants for Mobile Homes
D. F. Hamilton, D. B. McConnell, R. J. Black
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402 - 406
Propagation of Pteris ensiformis Burm. 'Victoriae' by Spores
R. W. Henley, R. T. Poole
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407 - 410
The Florida Horticultural Industries Certification Programs
D. B. McConnell, J. Siebenthaler, P. L. Neel
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The Present Status of Chlordane and Heptachlor
Richard L. Lipsey
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412 - 413
A Yucca Borer, Scyphophorus acupunctatus, in Florida
John N. Pott
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414 - 415
Rhapidophyllum hystrix
Charles S. Bush
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416 - 422
A New Pittosporum Species for Florida Landscapes
P. L. Neel, Al A. Will
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423 - 425
Oleander Cultivars at the Fairchild Tropical Garden
John Popenoe
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426 - 427
Woody Vegetation for Coastal Dune Areas
Robert M. Craig
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428 - 434
Breeding Daylilies for Warm Regions
Jean Wooten
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435 - 438
Cultural Concepts for Growing Clerodendrum thomasoniae Balf. as a Pot Plant
Kenneth C. Sanderson, Willis C. Martin, Jr.
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439 - 440
Influence of Culture on Tipburn of Spider Plant, Chlorophytum comosum (Thumb.) Bak.
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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441 - 442
Propagating the Yellow African Tulip Tree
E. A. Menninger, P. K. Soderholm
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443 - 444

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Effect of Hedging on Yield of Lemon and Lime Trees
T. W. Young, R. C. J. Koo
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445 - 447
Annual Top Renewal of High Density Nectarines and Peaches
M. J. Young, R. H. Sharpe
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448 - 450
Terbacil, Diuron and Paraquat in Pecan Orchards
Calvin E. Arnold
451 - 454
The New 'Tahiti' Lime Selections
Carl W. Campbell
455 - 457
Chromosome Counts in 'Tahiti' Lime
L. K. Jackson, W. B. Sherman
458 - 459
An Expanded Avocado Variety Improvement Program
A. H. Krezdorn
460 - 461
Seed Production in an Exotic Ficus Species
Pablo Piatos Robert, J. Knight, Jr., Arthur K. Burditt, Jr.
462 - 463
Self-Incompatibility in the Sapodilla
Pablo Piatos Robert, J. Knight, Jr.
464 - 465
Carambola Selection for Commercial Production
Charles J. Wagner, Jr., William L. Bryan, Robert E. Berry, Robert J. Knight, Jr.
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Ethylene Preripening of Mangos Prior to Shipment
Charles R. Barmore, Edward F. Mitchell
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Effect of Ethylene Dibromide Fumigation on Appearance, Decay, and Ripening Time of Mangos
D. H. Spalding, W. F. Reeder, D. L. von Windeguth, A. K. Burditt, Jr.
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471 - 476
Relation of Time of Harvest on Respiration, Chemical Constituents and Storage Life of Mangos
S. Lakshminarayana
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477 - 481
Process Refinement and Storage Characteristics of Pasteurized-Refrigerated Mango Slices
E. G. Falcone, R. P. Bates, J. A. Koburger
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482 - 485
Leaves for Food: Protein and Amino Acid Contents of Leaves from 23 Tropical and Subtropical Plants
Nancy T. Hall, Steven Nagy, Robert E. Berry
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486 - 489
Susceptibility of West Indian Avocados to Chilling Injury as Related to Rapid Cooling With Low Temperature Air or Water
J. J. Gaffney, C. D. Baird
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Evaluation of Avocado Cold Hardiness
R. S. Scorza, W. J. Wiltbank
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The Use of a Chelated Iron to Restore Normal Vigor to Verticillium Wilt Infected Mango Trees
Seymour Goldweber
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Performance of Three Varieties of Nectarines Under a Selective Spray Program
Phares Decker, D. W. Buchanan, F. G. Martin
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Effect of Orchard Heating in Reducing Parthenocarpic Fruits in 'Haden' Mango
S. Lakshminarayana, Plutarco Hernandez Aguilar
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502 - 504
Moisture Loss From Young Container-Grown Mango Plants
James Soule
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505 - 508
Drip Irrigation Increases Yield and Size of 'Sunrich' Nectarines
J. F. Bartholic, D. W. Buchanan, Phares Decker
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509 - 511
An Energy and Water Saving Irrigation System for Deciduous Fruits
D. S. Harrison, D. W. Buchanan
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Reduction of Dry Calyptra in Grapes by the Use of a Fruit Setting Hormone
J. A. Mortensen
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513 - 517

Ornamental

Evaluation of Soil Fumigants and Soil Insecticides to Control Diaprepes abbreviatus in Muck and Potting Soils
R. A. Hamlen, J. B. Beavers
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518 - 522
Eradication of the Giant African Snail in Florida
C. Poucher
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Florida State Collection of Arthropods and its Importance to Florida Agriculture
H. A. Denmark
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Optimum Gibberellic Acid (GA3) Concentration to Accelerate Flowering and Increase Yield of Statice
Gary J. Wilfret, James L. Green
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Influence of A-Rest on Tropical Foliage Plants
D. F. Frank, Alvan Donnan, Jr.
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531 - 534
Evaluation of Treflan, Lasso, and Ronstar Herbicides for Use in Woody Ornamental Nurseries
D. M. Weatherspoon, W. L. Currey
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Chemical Growth Control of Euphorbia leucocephala Lotsy for Pot Production
C. Ramcharam, T. J. Sheehan, J. N. Joiner, R. Virgona
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540 - 542
Influence of A-Rest on Cell Pack Grown Bedding Plants
D. F. Frank, Alvan Donnan, Jr.
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543 - 544
Design Concepts of a Nursery and Greenhouse Tractor
L. N. Shaw, G. O. van Duyne, Jr.
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545 - 548
Some Economic Aspects of the Bedding Plant Enterprise in Florida
Cecil N. Smith, Willard T. Witte, Fawzi A. Taha
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Mass Merchandising of Floral and Foliage Crops in Southeast Cities
L. H. Myers, F. A. Taha
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Prolonged Chemical Residues on Foliage by Treatment with Pinolene
S. L. Poe, J. L. Green, A. D. Vidyarthi, J. Poppell
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556 - 558
Gladiolus Fusarium Disease Reduction by Soil Fertility Adjustments
S. S. Woltz, R. O. Magie
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559 - 561
Gladiolus Corm Fungicides for Controlling Curvularia and Fusarium Diseases
R. O. Magie
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562 - 566
Control of Basal Stem and Root Rot of Christmas Cactus Caused by Pythiwm aphanidermatum and Phytophthora parasitica
J. F. Knauss
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567 - 570
Leaf Spot of Black Olive Caused by Cristulariella depraedans
J. W. Miller, H. N. Miller
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Control of Pratylenchus penetrans, Endoparasitic Nematode of Leatherleaf Fern
A. J. Overman
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573 - 577
Temperature and Other Factors Affecting the Frequency of Galling in Ardisia Seedlings
W. H. Ridings, S. F. Fazli,, J. W. Miller
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Evaluation of Acephate on Gladiolus for Control of Thrips and Lepidopterous Larvae
David J. Schuster, Gary J. Wilfret
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584 - 585
Phytotoxicity Evaluations of Ten Insecticides on Twenty-Three Species of Ornamental Plants Under Slat Shed Conditions
P. L. Neel, James A. Reinert
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586 - 590
Royal Palm Bug, Xylastodoris luteolus, Damage and Control on Royal Palms in Florida
James A. Reinert
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Evaluation of Oxamyl for Phytotoxicity to Selected Foliage Plants
Alvan Donnan, Jr.
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593 - 592
Growth of Sansevieria trifasciata 'Laurentii' in South Florida
Robert B. Marlatt
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Influence of Micronutrient Sources and Levels on Response and Tissue Content of Aphelandra, Brassaia and Philodendron
C. A. Conover, D. W. Simpson, J. N. Joiner
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Media, Shade and Fertilizer Influences Production of the Areca Palm, Chrysalidocarpus lutescens Wendl
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Influence of Shade and Fertilizer Levels on Production and Acclimatization of Dracaena marginata
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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606 - 608
Fluoride Leaf Scorch of Lily and Gladiolus: Soil Acidity, Superphosphate and Diagnostic Techniques
S. S. Woltz, F. J. Marousky
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Incidence of Scorch in Hybrid Lilies as Influenced by Flouride and Superphosphate
F. J. Marousky, S. S. Woltz
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Sponsored Student Programs

Mechanical Harvesting of Citrus
Charles E. Townsend, Jr.
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616
The Extension Service and the Small Farm
Pete Tuttle
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616
Advances in Vegetable Mulching
Phyliss S. Daum
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617
Ascorbic Acid and Carotene in Soybeans and Bell Peppers
Garold La Rue II
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617
The Krome Memorial Institute
Paul Chobrda, Jr.
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617
Progress is Being Made
Kenneth S. Calhoun
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618
Research Advances in Acclimatization
R. Weyman Bussey, Jr.
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618
Considerations of Future Irrigational Needs
Stan C. Bronson
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618
Mechanical Harvesting Progress Reported
Mike Litvany
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The Present Status of Chlordane and Heptachlor
Bill Graves
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Impressions of the Florida Horticulture Society Convention
Terry E. Hancock
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620
Numerous Papers of Interest
Roger Sherrill
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Back Matter

 
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