Vol 86 (1973)

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

A Nutritional Survey of Citrus Groves in the Southwest Florida Flatwoods
D. P. H. Tucker, C. A. Anderson
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Zinc Oxide and Liquid Zinc Chelate Sprays and Leaf Dips for Correction of Zinc Deficiency in Citrus
C. D. Leonard, Frank H. Myer
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Responses of 'Bearss' Lemon to Nitrogen, Potassium and Irrigation Applications
R. C. J. Koo, T. W. Young, R. L. Reese, J. W. Kesterson
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Response of 'Marsh' Grapefruit Trees in the Indian River Area to Potassium Application—Yield and Fruit Quality
D. V. Calvert
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The Possibilities of Using Ground Sprays to Control Citrus Greasy Spot
J. O. Whiteside
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Responses of Healthy and Virus-Infected Citrus to Growth Regulators
O. K. Atubra, A. H. Krezdorn
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An Evaluation of New Herbicides for Milkweed Vine Control
R. L. Phillips, D. P. H. Tucker
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A Grower's Field Test with 2 (p-tert-butylphenoxy) cyclohexyl-2-propynl sulfite (Comite R) A New Miticide
Fred Saunders
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Aerial Application for Control of Aphids on Florida Citrus
R. C. Bullock
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Harvesting 'Valencia' Oranges with a Vertical Foliage Shaker
J. D. Whitney, S. L. Hedden, H. R. Sumner
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Fruit Thinning of Tangerines with Naphthaleneacetic Acid
T. A. Wheaton, Ivan Stewart
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Influence of Rootstock on Citrus Fruit Abscission Response to Cycloheximide Treatment
W. C. Cooper, W. H. Henry
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A Comparison of Cycloheximide with a New Abscission Chemical
W. C. Wilson
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Water Needs of Florida Citrus
John F. Gerber, A. H. Krezdorn, J. F. Bartholic, J. R. Conner, H. J. Reitz, R. C. Koo, D. S. Harrison, E. T. Smerdon, J. G. Georg, L. D. Harris, J. T. Bradley
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A Drip Irrigation Installation on Citrus in Collier County, Fla.
William L. Blackwell
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Drip Irrigation of Tree Crops: Distribution Systems and Design Criteria
J. M. Myers, D. S. Harrison
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Measure of Water Stress in Citrus
W. D. Bell, Jon F. Bartholic, M. Cohen
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Economic Strategy for Rehabilitating, Selling, or Abandoning a 'Valencia' Grove Under Varying Situations
James A. Niles, Charles L. Anderson
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Rootstock Effects on Root Distribution and Leaf Mineral Content of 'Orlando' Tangelo Trees
W. S. Castle, A. H. Krezdorn
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Development of Scion Cultivars of Citrus in Florida
C. Jack Hearn
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Citrus Clones Resistant to Phytophthora parasitical 1973 Screening Results
D. J. Hutchison, G. R. Grimm
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Electron Microscopic Examination of Citrus Trees Affected with Young Tree Decline (YTD)
D. E. Purcifull, S. M. Garnsey, G. E. Story, R. G. Christie
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Effect of Boron and Arsenic on Juice Acidity of Grapefruit
Paul F. Smith
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Tolerance of Trifoliate Orange Selections and Hybrids to Freezes and Flooding
George Yelenosky, R. T. Brown, C. J. Hearn
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Instrumentation Methods and Photographic Techniques for Detection of Citrus Trees Affected with Young Tree Decline
G. J. Edwards, E. P. DuCharme, G. G. Norman, M. Cohen
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Grove Freeze Protection with Conventional Heating Methods
J. F. Bartholic, J. F. Gerber, D. W. Buchanan
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Biological Control of Milkweed Vine with a Race of Phytophthora dtrophthora
H. C. Burnett, D. P. H. Tucker, M. E. Patterson, W. H. Ridings
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Vegetable

Plant Density Effects on Strawberry Fruit Production
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard, S. L. Poe
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Two-Spotted Spider Mites on Strawberry Grown at Nine Plant Densities
S. L. Poe, E. E. Albregts
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Efficacy of Nematicidal Dips for Control of Root-Knot Nematodes in Strawberry Transplants
A. J. Overman
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Fruit Distribution and Orientation on Bell Pepper Plants as Related to Mechanical Harvesting
Lawrance N. Shaw, Ramon C. Littell
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Chemical Weed Control in North Florida Potatoes
J. R. Shumaker
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Cantaloupe Cultivars for Florida
L. H. Halsey, G. W. Elmstrom
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Tomato Pinworm Control
D. O. Wolfenbarger, Sidney L. Poe
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A Serological Test for Distinguishing Bidens Mottle and Lettuce Mosaic Viruses
D. E. Purcifull, T. A. Zitter
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Reaction of Susceptible and Tolerant Pepper Varieties to the Pepper Virus Complex in South Florida
T. A. Zitter, H. Y. Ozaki
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A Study of Methods for Reducing Bacterial Soft Rot in Wounded Fresh Market Tomatoes
J. A. Bartz, J. P. Crill
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Tomato Fusarium Wilt Control by Adjustments in Soil Fertility
S. S. Woltz, John Paul Jones
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Response of the Tomato Cultivar 'Walter7 Grown on Mulch to Soil Fumigants
R. B. Volin, R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Effect of Verticillium Wilt on Tomato Plants Transplanted to Fumigated and Nonfumigated Soil
John Paul Jones, Pat Crill, C. M. Geraldson
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Bean White Mold Control
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Fungicidal Control of Potato Foliage Diseases in Northern Florida
D. P. Weingartner
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Germination Studies with Celery Seed
V. F. Nettles, L. N. Poe
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Planting and Thinning Systems for 'Florida Sweet', an sh2 Sugar Retention Sweet Corn Hybrid
V. L. Guzman, E. A. Wolf, W. W. Deen, Jr.
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Plug-Mix Seeding Developments in Florida
Norman C. Hayslip
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The Influence of Ethephon and Stage of Electronically Determined Maturity on Ripening of Tomato Fruit
Pat Crill, D. S. Burgis, J. T. Worthington III
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Feasibility of Producing Canning Tomatoes by Utilization of New Disease Resistant Florida Lines
D. S. Burgis, Pat Crill, R. F. Matthews
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Cucumber Response to Copper Rate and Fertilizer Placement
A. A. Navarro, S. J. Locascio
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Watermelon Yield and Quality: Effect of Fertilizer Rate and Placement
G. W. Elmstrom, J. G. A. Fiskell, F. G. Martin
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Watermelon Response to Sulfur-Coated Urea, Mulches and Nitrogen Rates
S. J. Locascio, J. G. A. Fiskell, H. W. Lundy
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Symposium - The Agricultural Labor Situation in Florida

The Tenuous Balances Required of Each Element in Agri-Industry
Lloyd G. Veldman
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Giving Dignity to the Picker
W. Grierson
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Harvesting Labor in Florida Horticulture with Emphasis on the Citrus Industry
G. F. Fairchild
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Labor Policies and Florida Vegetable Production
Robert D. Emerson
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Labor Law and Agriculture in Florida
P. A. Saad
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219 - 220
Job Enrichment: A Motivational Strategy for Farm Workers
Charles Walker
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Human Relations in Agriculture
Wendell N. Rollason
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Handling & Processing

Factors Affecting Pepper Firmness
R. K. Showalter
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Quality Retention and Acceptability of Diced Peppers
D. D. Gull, H. Y. Ozaki
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Irrigation of Citrus with Citrus Processing Waste Water
R. C. J. Koo
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Impact Forces and Tomato Bruising
Richard C. Fluck, Lawrence H. Halsey
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238 - 241
Ascorbic Acid Content of Tomato Varieties
R. F. Matthews, Pat Crill, D. S. Burgis
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The Effects of Cultural and Postharvest Practices on Postharvest Decay and Ripening of Two Tomato Cultivars
R. H. Segall, C. M. Geraldson, P. H. Everett
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Viscometry Affected by Pectic Constituents in 45° Brix Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
A. H. Rouse, L. G. Albrigo, R. L. Huggart, E. L. Moore
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Oils Recovered from Celery Packinghouse Waste
E. D. Lund, C. J. Wagner, Jr., W. L. Bryan
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Improved Method for the Extraction of Pectin
Joseph M. G. Huang
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Dried Citrus Juice Sacs for the Food and Beverage Industries
R. J. Braddock, J. W. Kesterson
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Wines from Florida Grapes
E. A. Grosz, Jr., R. P. Bates, J. A. Mortensen
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Furfural as an Indicator of Flavor Deterioration in Canned Citrus Juices
M. D. Maraulja, J. S. Blair, R. W. Olsen, F. W. Wenzel
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Potential By-Products from Waste Citrus Peel Emulsion
W. L. Bryan, O. W. Bissett, C. J. Wagner, Jr., R. E. Berry
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Intermittent Warming of Grapefruit to Avoid Rind Injury During Storage
Paul L. Davis
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Handling Florida Seedless Grapefruit to Reduce Decay
A. A. McCornack
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Interregional Competition in Processed Tomato Products
G. H. Sullivan, A. J. Minden, L. F. Schrader
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The Economic Outlook for Potato Production in the Hastings Area of Florida
Richard A. Levins, Max R. Langham
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Phenolic Contaminants in Florida Citrus Packinghouse Effluents: Sources and Regulations
Mohamed A. Ismail, W. F. Wardowski
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299 - 302

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Seventy-Five years of USDA Research at Miami
A. K. Burditt, Jr., P. K. Soderholm, D. H. Spalding, R. J. Knight, Jr.
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Cytospora Canker of Peach in Florida
S. A. Alfieri, Jr., C. P. Seymour, W. J. French
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Bacterial Canker of Peach in Florida
W. J. French, John W. Miller
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Sprinkler and Soaker Irrigation of Peach Trees to Reduce Plant Water Stress and Increase Fruit Size
P. L. Ryan, J. F. Bartholic, D. W. Buchanan
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Field Performance of Plastic and Clay Drain Tile in a Flatwoods Soil Peach Orchard
D. S. Harrison, D. W. Buchanan
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Losses of Nutrients in Drainage Water from a Mature Peach Orchard
H. T. Phung, J. F. Bartholic, D. W. Buchanan
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Effects of Nitrogen, Potassium and Magnesium Fertilization on 'Persian' Limes on Sandy Loam Soil
T. W. Young, R. C. J. Koo
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Mango Anthracnose Control
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Enhancement of Red Color on Mangos with an Antitranspirant
Charles R. Barmore, Donald H. Spalding, Robert T. McMillan, Jr.
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Fungicidal Control of Bunch Grape Diseases in Florida
D. L. Hopkins
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The Effect of Rust (Tranzschelia discolor (F. Chi.) Trans. & Litr.) on the Tree Performance and Fruit Yield of 'Early Amber' Peach and 'Sungold' Nectarine
Phares Decker, D. W. Buchanan
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Seed Chalcid Damage, Distribution, and Control on Central Florida Bunch Grapes
W. C. Adlerz, J. A. Mortensen
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Muscadine Grapes for Florida: Yields and Other Characteristics of 48 Cultivars
J. A. Mortensen, C. F. Balerdi
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Suitability for Mechanical Harvest in Cultivars of Muscadine Grape (Vitis rotundifolia Michx.)
C. F. Balerdi, J. A. Mortensen
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An Avocado Planting on Flatwoods Sand with Drip Irrigation
William L. Blackwell
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Influence of Rootstock on Cold Hardiness of Avocados
A. H. Krezdorn
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The 'Tommy Atkins' Mango
Carl W. Campbell
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Diced Mango-Orange Salad Gels with Low Sugar Content
A. H. Rouse, C. R. Barmore, E. L. Moore
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The Future of Tropical Fruit Growing in Dade County
Harold E. Kendall
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Can Tropical Agriculture Move to the Sandlands?
N. P. Brooks
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The Potential for Tropical Fruits in Metropolitan Areas
Carl W. Campbell
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A Researcher's View of the Potential for Tropical Fruits on Sandy and Organic Soils of Florida
T. W. Young
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The Impact of Urbanization on Dade County's Subtropical Fruit Industry
Allan R. Bly
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Effect of Urbanization on the Fruit Industries of Central Florida
C. L. Anderson
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Ornamental

Influence of Temperature and Duration of Curing, Storage, Shipping and Forcing Periods on Caladium Growth
F. W. Marousky, J. C. Raulston
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Influence of Shade Level and Soil Temperature on Forcing of Caladium bicolor
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Influence of Dolomite and Micronutrients on Yield of Leatherleaf Fern
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover
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Control of Ageotropic Response in Snapdragon Flower Spikes
J. N. Joiner, T. J. Sheehan, K. F. Mitchell
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Susceptibility of Corms of Gladiolus Cultivars to Fusarium oxyspoi~um F. sp. Gladioli Synd. & Hans, at Different Temperatures
G. J. Wilfret, S. S. Woltz
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Root-Knot Nematode Control in Gerbera Daisy Transplants
D. E. Stokes, J. R. McFarlin, A. L. Taylor
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Effectiveness of Ancymidol on Reducing Height of Easter Lilies Grown Under Different Environments
Charles R. Johnson
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Effects of Shade and Dwarfing Compounds on Growth and Quality of Pachystachys lutea
J. N. Joiner, E. R. Gruenbeck, C. A. Conover
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Effects of the NH+4:NO~3 Ratio, Chloride, N-Serve, and Simazine on Carnation Flower Production and Plant Growth
J. L. Green, W. D. Holley, B. Thaden
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Corynespora Leaf Spot of Zebra Plant
J. J. McRitchie, J. W. Miller
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Evaluation of Chrysanthemum Cultivars as Single-Plant Pots for Mass Market Outlets
G. J. Wilfret, F. J. Marousky, J. C. Raulston
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Development of Dwarf Ornamental Tomato Varieties and Evaluation of Soil Media and Fertilizer Requirements
Pat Crill, W. E. Waters, D. S. Burgis, A. P. Lorz
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Cultural Techniques for the Commercial Production of Annual Statice (Limonium Spp. Mill.) in Florida
G. J. Wilfret, J. C. Raulston, S. L. Poe, A. W. Engelhard
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Product Mix and Market Outlets for Florida Foliage Plants
Cecil N. Smith, E. F. Scarborough, Kate F. Gholston
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Utilization of a Continuous Rotary Soil Pasteurizer for Mixing Nursery Potting Soils
Lawrance N. Shaw, Dennis B. McConnell
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The Economics of Ornamental Nursery Management
George R. Perkins
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The Influence of A-Rest Upon Growth and Flowering of Ixora, coccinea cv.
Nora Grant, P. L. Neel
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CoUetotrichum Needle Necrosis of Norfolk Island Pine
W. H. Ridings
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Rhizoctonia Blight of Syngonium
J. F. Knauss
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The Influence of Sodium Azide and Carbofuran on Crop Response, Nematode and Weed Control for Chrysanthemum morifolium
A. J. Overman
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Crown Rot and Wilt of Baby's Breath (Gypsophila paniculata L.) Caused by the Soil Fungus Phytophthora parasitica Dast.
Arthur W. Engelhard
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Two-Spotted Spider Mite Populations on Outdoor Chrysanthemum
S. L. Poe, A. J. Overman
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Effects of Several Herbicides on Shoot and Root Growth of 'Tifdwarf* Bermudagrass
G. S. Smith
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Ring Nematode Injury to Centipedegrass Lawns and Possible Control
Daniel E. Mullins
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Pesticide Phytotoxicity to Ornamental Plants
D. E. Short, D. B. McConnell
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Deactivation of Kerb With Sewage Sludge, Topdressing and Activated Charcoal
H. G. Meyers, W. L. Currey, D. E. Barnes
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Deactivation Effects of Activated Charcoal on Kerb Treated Poa annua
H. G. Meyers, C. M. Sligh
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Nutrient Variability in Grass Tissue From Two Dade County Golf Courses
P. G. Orth, J. D. Dalton
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Garden And Landscape

Dombeya 'Seminole' and D. 'Pinwheel', New Cultivars for Landscaping in the Subtropics
P. K. Soderholm
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Problems of the Home Gardener
Frank J. Jasa
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Florida Will be Only as Beautiful as You and I Make It
Edwin A. Menninger
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A Combination Landscape Box Scraper, Dozer and Scarifier for Small Tractors
Lawrance N. Shaw
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New Potentials in Amaryllis Breeding
William D. Bell
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Expenditure Patterns for Landscape Plantings and Lawns by Homeowners in Florida
Cecil N. Smith, Merton B. Badenhop
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The Palm: Butia capitata x Arecastrum romanzoffianum
Charles S. Bush
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470 - 473
Garden Mums for Florida Landscapes
Gary J. Wilfret, J. C. Raulston
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Commonly Available Foliage Plants Best Adapted to Interior Environments
D. B. McConnell, C. A. Conover
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Lethal Yellowing of Coconut Palm in Florida
C. Poucher
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Salt-Tolerant Silt Grass (Paspalum vaginatum Sw.,)
Julia F. Morton
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Deep Root Injection Feeding, Theory and Practice in Tree and Shrub Maintenance
H. C. Bardsley, C. P. Johnson
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Expenditure Patterns for Landscape Plantings and Lawns by Homeowners in the South
Merton B. Badenhop, Cecil N. Smith
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Introduction of Willardia schiedeana to South Florida as a New, Ornamental Flowering Tree
Carl E. Gericke
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Extending a Helping Hand
G. S. Smith
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Effect of Various Antibiotics on Development of Lethal Yellowing in Coconut Palm
R. E. McCoy
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Jacaranda Propagation by Cleft Grafting
S. John Lynch, Margaret J. Mustard
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The Economics of Municipal Street Trees
P. W. Stanley, B. D. Crossmon
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