Vol 87 (1974)

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

Responses of 'Hamlin', 'Pineapple', and 'Valencia' Orange Trees to Nitrogen and Potash Applications
R. L. Reese, R. C. J. Koo
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The Effect of Budwood, Rootstock, Irrigation, and Fertilization on the Yield of Florida Lemon Oil
J. W. Kesterson, R. J. Braddock, R. C. J. Koo
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Evaluation of Fungicides for Citrus Scab Control
J. O. Whiteside
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Distributional Patterns of Selected Herbicide Applicators
J. L. Jackson, Jr.
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Toxicity of Selected Insecticides to the Citron Bug, Leptoglossus gonagra (F.), a Minor Pest of Florida Citrus
R. C. Bullock
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A Possible Sprout Inhibitor for Florida Citrus
Ernest C. Lundberg, Thomas S. Smith
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Chemical Abscission of 'Valencia' Oranges by Glyoxime (CGA-22911)
M. Wilcox, J. B. Taylor, W. C. Wilson, I. Y. Chen
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Coloring and Loosening of Citrus Fruits With Ethephon
Roger H. Young, Otto L. Jahn, J. J. Smoot
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Limb Shaker Harvest Effect on Subsequent Yield of 'Pineapple' and 'Valencia' Orange Trees
G. E. Coppock, D. P. H. Tucker
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Evaluation of Trash Removal Devices for Mechanically Harvested Oranges
D. B. Churchill, S. L. Hedden
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ABG-3030: An Abscission Chemical for Processing Oranges: Biological Activity
D. S. Kenney, R. K. Clark, W. C. Wilson
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A Simulation Model of the Florida Orange Industry
Charles E. Powe, James A. Niles, Max R. Langham
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Contemporary Citrus Production in the American Tropics and Its Potential
A. H. Krezdorn
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Characteristic Injury by Citrus Rust Mite to Orange Leaves and Fruit
L. G. Albrigo, C. W. McCoy
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A Survey of Drip Irrigation Systems in Southwest Florida
C. E. Hutcheson, J. E. Bellizio
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Water Quality Measurements for Drip Irrigation Systems
H. W. Ford, D. P. H. Tucker
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Soil Moisture Distribution in Citrus Groves Under Drip Irrigation
R. C. J. Koo, D. P. H. Tucker
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Aircraft-Mounted Thermal Scanner to Determine Grove Temperatures During Freeze Conditions
R. A. Sutherland, J. F. Barthlolic
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The Relationship of Long-Chain Hydrocarbons to the Chemotaxonomy of Citrus
Harold E. Nordby, Steven Nagy
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Characterization of Citrus Cultivars and Separation of Nucellar and Zygotic Seedlings by Thin Layer Chromatography
James H. Tatum, Robert E. Berry, C. Jack Hearn
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Performance of 'Pineapple' Orange at Three Tree Spacings
R. L. Phillips
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Yield Variations Among Citrus Nucellar Seedlings Clones at the Florida State Budwood Foundation Grove
G. D. Bridges, C. O. Youtsey
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Swingle Citrumelo—A Promising Rootstock Hybrid
D. J. Hutchison
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Zinc Accumulation in the Wood of Citrus Trees Affected With Blight
Paul F. Smith
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Water Stress and Stomatal Diffusion Resistance in Citrus Affected With Blight and Young Tree Decline
L. H. Allen, Jr., Mortimer Cohen
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Young Tree Decline and Sand Hill Decline; Status of Indexing Investigations
A. W. Feldman, R. W. Hanks
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Extent of Lipid Vessel Plugs in Citrus With and Without Sandhill and Young Tree Decline Symptoms
S. Nemec, Deveree Kopp
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Control of Young Tree Decline With Chemicals Applied to the Soil and/or as Foliar Sprays
C. D. Leonard
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Returns Per Acre From Selected Commercial Scion and Rootstock Combinations
C. L. Anderson, D. P. H. Tucker, R. A. Levins
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Electron Microscope Observations of Vascular Obstructions in Citrus Roots Affected Young Tree Decline
Gail E. VanderMolen
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Vegetable

Pruning Determinate Tomato Plants Will Increase Dollar Return
D. S. Burgis, R. A. Levins
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The Eradication of Two Potentially Dangerous Rusts, Physopella pallescens and P. zeae From Florida
C. P. Seymour, J. W. Miller
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Tomato Response to Plug-Mix, Mulch and Irrigation Method
S. J. Locascio, J. Mostella Myers
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Influence of Weather on Diseases of Vegetable Crops in Southwest Florida
C. H. Blazquez
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Performance of Pumpkin Varieties at Quincy, Florida During 1971 and 1972
G. L. Greene
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The IFAS Semi-Mechanical Fresh Market Tomato Harvester
Norman C. Hayslip, W. W. Deen, Jr.
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Expanded Agricultural Weather Service for Alabama, Florida and Georgia
Ray E. Jensen, D. R. Davis
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Weather Forecast and Advisory Service for Agriculture in the Southeast
D. R. Davis, Ray E. Jensen
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The Nitrogen Shortage: Implications for Florida Pepper Production
Jean Ongla, Chris O. Andrew, George Perkins
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Yield Responses of Tomatoes and Second Cropped Butternut Squash to Fertilizer Rate and Placement Under Plastic Mulch on Rockdale Soil
Herbert H. Bryan, J. D. Dalton
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Selective Application of Insecticides for Sustained Fruit Yield of Tomato
Sidney L. Poe
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Chemical Weed Control in North Florida Cabbage
J. R. Shumaker
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Response of Carrot to Post Emergence-Applied Herbicide-Surfactant Combinations
J. R. Orsenigo
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Evaluation of Herbicides for Watermelon in Florida
G. W. Elmstrom, S. J. Locascio
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Severity of Bacterial Rind Necrosis in Watermelon Cultivars in Florida
D. L. Hopkins, G. W. Elmstrom
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Effect of Planting Date, Plant Chilling and Plant Sources on 'Tioga' Strawberry Growth and Fruiting Response
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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Crop Response to Drainage in The Flatwoods
J. S. Rogers, D. S. Harrison
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Potential Role for Technology to Enhance Florida Competition With Imports of Cucumbers in 1980
Teunis DeBoon, Chris O. Andrew
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Results of Treating Freshly Cut Seed Potatoes With Fungicides and Antibiotics
D. P. Weingartner, J. R. Shumaker
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Handling & Processing

Nutrient Assay of Florida Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice for Nutrition Labeling
S. V. Ting, E. L. Moore, J. W. McAllister, Richard R. Streiff, John N. Hsu, E. C. Hill
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Estimation of Ascorbic Acid in Orange Juice by a Chronometric Method
Bongwoo Roe, Joseph H. Bruemmer
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/3-Carotene and Ascorbic Acid Contents of Tomatoes as Affected by Maturity
R. F. Matthews, Pat Crill, S. J. Locascio
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Curing of Florida Lemons With Ethephon
W. F. Wardowski, C. R. Barmore, T. S. Smith, C. W. DuBois
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Degreening of Florida Lemons
Otto L. Jahn
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Biochemical Changes in Grapefruit Stored in Air Containing Ethylene
Paul L. Davis, Bongwoo Roe, Joseph H. Bruemmer
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Influence of Initial Carbon Dioxide Exposure on Stored Early-, Mid- and Late-Season 'Marsh' Grapefruit
T. T. Hatton, Jr., R. H. Cubbedge
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Control of Citrus Fruit Decay With Postharvest Application of Benlate
A. A. McCornack
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Decay Control of Oranges With Benomyl by Three Methods of Postharvest Application
John J. Smoot, C. F. Melvin
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Postharvest Citrus Decay as Affected by Benlate Applications in the Grove
G. Eldon Brown
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A Flood-Recovery TBZ Fungicide Treatment System for Citrus Fruits
W. F. Wardowski, F. W. Hayward, J. D. Dennis
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Reducing Sodium o-Phenylphenate Level in Simulated Packinghouse Effluent With Activated Carbon
Mohamed A. Ismail, W. F. Wardowski
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High-Temperature—Short-Time Processing of Carrot Juice
R. P. Bates, J. A. Koburger
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Effect of Waxing on Decay, Weight Loss, and Volatile Pattern of Cucumbers
R. H. Segall, Alice Dow, Paul L. Davis
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Mechanical Harvesting and Trimming of Sweet Cora
R. K. Showalter
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Fruit Evaluation of Twelve Tetraploid Blueberry Selections
F. W. Knapp, W. B. Sherman, R. H. Sharpe, R. C. Littell
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Consumer Acceptance Testing of Processed Florida Blueberries
F. W. Knapp, W. B. Sherman
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Bulk Shipments of Washed and Unwashed Potatoes to Chip Processors—Comparison of Usable Weight and Cost
Earl K. Bowman, Dale R. Hensel
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Keeping Quality of Diced Mango-Orange Juice Salad Gels
A. H. Rouse, C. R. Barmore, E. L. Moore
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Growth of Microorganisms in Chilled Orange Juice
D. I. Murdock, W. S. Hatcher, Jr.
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Effects of UV-B Radiation on Pigment Changes and Quality of Citrus Fruits
Fouad M. Basiouny, R. H. Biggs
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Using the FCOJ Futures Market to Reduce Price Uncertainty
James A. Niles, Ronald W. Ward
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Viscometric Measurements and Pectic Content of Frozen Concentrated Orange Juices for Citrus Futures
A. H. Rouse, L. G. Albrigo, H. L. Huggart, E. L. Moore
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Rheological Characteristics and Quality Factors of Florida Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
R. L. Huggart, R. W. Barron, B. S. Buslig
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Particle Size Distribution in Orange Juices
Bela S. Buslig, Robert D. Carter
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Analysis of Concentrated Orange Essence and Comparison With Known Essence Composition
Philip E. Shaw, Manuel G. Moshonas
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Use of Enzymes to Increase Yield of Orange Juice Pulp-Wash Solids
R. J. Braddock, J. W. Kesterson
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Mechanical Grading of Oranges Based on Dynamic Behavior
William L. Bryan, Barry J. Anderson, Gary L. Norman
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Rate of Color Break of Tomatoes as Influenced by Preharvest Low-Level Applications of Ethephon
J. R. Hicks, H. H. Bryan, C. B. Hall
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ABG-3030: An Abscission Chemical for Processing Oranges: Analytical, Residue and Environmental Considerations
V. W. Winkler, W. C. Wilson, D. S. Kenney, J. M. Yoder
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Extension of Storage Life of Citrus Fruits by Application of Candelilla Wax Emulsion and Comparison of its Efficiency With Tag and Flavorseal
S. Lakshminarayana, Luis Sarm, J. Isabel Ortiz, R. Gabriel Siade
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Ripening Mangos With Ethylene and Ethephon
Charles R. Barmore
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Current Status of Controlled Atmosphere Storage of Four Tropical Fruits
Donald H. Spalding, William F. Reeder
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The Lychee in Florida Today
William R. Grove, Jr., D. R. van Sickler
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Propagating Trials With Some Tropical Species
M. H. Gaskins, N. Almeyda
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Status of Annona Culture in South Florida
John Popenoe
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An Alternative to the Method Presently Used When Grafting Young Avocado Trees
Miguel C. Uzquiano
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The Potential of Cold-Tolerant Avocado Introductions in Breeding for Enhanced Winter Hardiness
R. J. Knight, Jr.
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Lime and Avocado Federal Marketing Orders: What They Mean to the Consumer
Charles Walker, John McGuire
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Winter Ventilation and Heating Requirements of Greenhouses for Condensation Control in Florida
D. E. Buffington, T. C. Skinner, B. A. Barmby
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Amino Acid Composition and Quality in Selected Varieties of Pecans Carya illinoensis
Filmore I. Meredith
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Sales, Marketing and Profitability of a Small Pick-Your-Own Vineyard
E. A. Grosz, T. E. Crocker
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Influence of Soil pH, Aluminum and Sulfur on Short Life of Peach Trees Growing on Loamy Sands in Southeastern United States
T. L. Jones, U. S. Jones
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Soil Moisture Studies on Florida Peaches
D. W. Buchanan, D. S. Harrison
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The Camu Camu, The 'Wan* Maprang and the 'Manila' Santol
William F. Whitman
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Increasing Yield of 'Parvin' and 'Kent' Mangos on Lakewood Sand by Increased Nitrogen and Potassium Fertilization
T. W. Young, R. C. J. Koo
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Two Major Pest Problems of Papayas
D. O. Wolfenbarger, S. D. Walker
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Induced Infestation of Fruit by the Caribbean Fruit Fly, Anastrepha Suspensa (Loew)
A. K. Burditt, Jr., D. von Windeguth, R. J. Knight, Jr.
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The Wampee, A Fruit Well Adapted to Southern Florida
Carl W. Campbell
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Rhizopus artocarpi Rot of Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus)
R. T. McMillian, Jr.
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Subtropical Fruits in South Texas
H. K. Wutscher, A. V. Shull
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Dade County: Its Weather and Crops
Seymour Goldweber
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Hail-Wind Damages to Dooryard Trees and Nursery Plants
D. O. Wolfenbarger, S. D. Walker
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The Sub-Tropical Fruit Industry of Dade County—1974
John F. McGuire
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South Florida's Potential for Research in Tropical Horticulture and Allied Studies
R. J. Knight, Jr., P. K. Soderholm, A. K. Burditt, Jr., D. H. Spalding
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Renewed Interest in Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa L.), the Long-Forgotten "Florida Cranberry"
Julia F. Morton
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Ornamental

Influence of Curing and Low Temperature During Storage on Subsequent Sprouting of Caladium Tubers
F. J. Marousky
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Germination of 'Neanthe Bella' Palm Seeds
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Influence of Media and Fertilizer Rates on Aglaonema 'Fransher'
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Influence of Growth Regulators on Tropical Foliage Plants
R. W. Henley, R. T. Poole
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Etiology and Control of Yellow Strapleaf of Chrysanthemum in Florida
R. S. Cox
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Phytophthora Leaf Spot of Philodenclron oxycardium and Related Species
W. H. Ridings, J. J. McRitchie
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Sclerotinia Blight of Gynura
J. J. McRitchie, J. W. Miller
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Comparative Census Data on the Flower and Nursery Industry
Cecil N. Smith
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Pricing Container Grown Plants
George R. Perkins
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Competition From Cut Flower Imports
Mario M. Amin, Cecil N. Smith
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Interregional Competition in Cut Flower Crops
J. L. Robertson, G. H. Sullivan
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Pest Management Determinant Factors in Chrysanthemum Culture
S. L. Poe, J. L. Green
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467 - 471
Hydraulic Stake Driver for Flower Growers
L. N. Shaw, R. P. Cromwell
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Effects of Shade, Mist and Antitranspirant on Rooting and Nutrient Leaching of Ligustrum japonicum and Chrysanthemum morifolium Cuttings
A. J. Baggott, Jr., J. N. Joiner
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Gladiolus Flower and Corm Production in Relation to Methods of Curing Corms
R. O. Magie, J. M. Myers
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Effect of B-9 and A-Rest on Height of Garden Chrysanthemum Grown as Single-Plant Pots
Gary J. Wilfret
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Use of Growth Retardants and Photoperiod for Production of Mass Market Mini-Standard Pot Mums
J. Hebb, W. T. Witte, T. J. Sheehan
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Effect of Media, Fertilizer Rate, and Ancymidol on Mid-Century Hybrid Lily 'Enchantment'
Pamela A. Marshall, Jasper N. Joiner, Will Witte
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An Integrated Production System to Increase Chrysanthemum Yield and Ascochyta Blight Control
J. L. Green, Arthur W. Engelhard
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Influence of Fertilizer Rate on Field Grown Sansevieria
Dennis B. McConnell, Robert B. Marlatt
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Possible Link Between Declining Palm Species and Lethal Yellowing of Coconut Palms
Daryl L. Thomas
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Effect of Two Fertilization Intervals, and Four Nitrogen Levels on Growth and Chemical Composition of Buxus macrophylla japonica Rehd. & Wils.
R. D. Dickey
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Effects of Media and Fertility on Growth and Flowering of Rieger Begonia
W. T. Witte, T. J. Sheehan
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Effects of Activated Charcoal and Time of Application on Established Kerb Treated Poa annua
H. G. Meyers, W. J. McCarthy
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Control of Rhizoecus floridanus Hambleton (Homoptera: Pseudococcidae) on Bromeliads
R. A. Hamlen
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Management of the False Oleander Scale, Pseudaulacaspis cockerelli (Cooley)
James A. Reinert
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Effect of Mycorrhizae on Container Grown Acacia
C. R. Johnson, S. Michelini
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Nurelle, A New Systemic Fungicide for Control of Phytophthora Crown Rot of Peperomia obtusifolia
J. F. Knauss
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Transmission Studies of Three Suspected Insect Vectors of Lethal Yellowing of Coconut Palm
James H. Tsai
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Sponsored Student Programs

Donald Long, W. T. Jerkins, Jr., Mark D. Beeman, Ronald C. Lee, Robert Barnum, J. E. Seiple, Jr., Nancy Fahrer
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Back Matter

 
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