Vol 85 (1972)

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 Comparison of Potash Sources and Rates for Citrus
R. C. J. Koo, R. L. Reese
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Studies With Zinc Sources as Soil Additives in an Orange Grove on Acid Sandy Soil
Paul F. Smith
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6 - 9
Correction of Citrus Seedling Stunting on Fumigated Soils by Phosphate Application
D. P. H. Tucker, C. A. Anderson
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The Effect of Fluorine Level in 'Valencia* Orange Leaves on Yield and Fruit Quality
C. D. Leonard, H. B. Graves, Jr.
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13 - 17
Perennial Grass Control in Citrus Groves
R. L. Phillips, D. P. H. Tucker
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Aerial Acarol for Control of Citrus Rust Mites in, Florida
R. C. Bullock
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Spray Coverage Requirements With Benomyl for Effective Control of Citrus Greasy Spot
J. O. Whiteside
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Effect of Growth Regulators on the Response of Citrus Fruit to Cycloheximide-Induced Abscission
W. C. Cooper, W. H. Henry
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Preharvest Sprays of 2-Chloroethylphosphonic Acid for Coloring 'Robinson' Tangerines
Roger Young, Otto Jahn
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Variation in Phytophthora Resistance of Florida Rough Lemon and Sour Orange Clones
D. J. Hutchison, G. R. Grimm
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Reaction of Selected Citrus Rootstocks to Foot Rot, Burrowing and Citrus Nematodes
D. J. Hutchison, J. H. O'Bannon, G. R. Grimm, G. D. Bridges
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Natural Tristeza Infection of Citrus Species, Relatives and Hybrids at One Florida Location from 1961-1971
G. D. Bridges, C. O. Youtsey
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Hedging Angles for 'Hamlin' Oranges
R. L. Phillips
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Cost of Labor, Machinery and Overhead in Selected Citrus Production Practices
C. L. Anderson, D. L. Deason
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Forty-year Records of Costs of Production and Returns of 'Marsh' Grapefruit on Astatula Fine Sand in Southern Lake County, Werner Husniann
Louis W. Ziegler, John Holt
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Alternative Regional Marketing Patterns for Selected Florida Citrus Products With Implications for Increase in Net Revenues to Florida Citrus Growers
L. H. Myers, M. M. Amin
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Sweet Orange Rootstock in Experimental Trials on the East Coast of Florida
Mortimer Cohen
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Eight Years of Root Injury From Water Table Fluctuations
Harry W. Ford
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Evaluation of New Pressurized Oil Grove Heating Systems
J. F. Bartholic, D. W. Buchanan
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Nocturnal Radiation in a Citrus Planting
George Yelenosky
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Effects of Air Temperatures on Citrus Cold Hardiness at Different Geographical Locations in Florida
R. E. Rouse, W. J. Wiltbank
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Lightning and Decline of Citrus Trees in Florida Groves
E. P. DuCharme
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Vegetable

Cocoyams (Xanthosoma caracu, X. atrovirens and X. nigrum), Ancient Root- and Leaf-Vegetables, Gaining in Economic Importance
Julia F. Morton
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Competition at What Price? An Old Question in a New Era for Florida Vegetable Crops
Chris O. Andrew
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94 - 98
Blackeye Cowpea Mosaic Virus in Florida: Host Range and Incidence in Certified Cowpea Seed
F. W. Zettler, I. R. Evans
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99 - 101
Fusarium Wilt Resistance in Jubilee Watermelon
J. M. Crall, J. Montelaro
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102 - 104
Weed Control in Watermelon Using Terbacil and Activated Charcoal
G. W. Elmstrom
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105 - 107
Fungicidal Control of Downy Mildew and Gummy Stem Blight of Watermelon
D. L. Hopkins
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108 - 109
Influence of Planting Date and Pre-Plant Chilling on Yield of 'Tioga' Strawberries
S. J. Locascio
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Efficiency of Irrigation Methods for Strawberries
J. Mostella Myers, S. J. Locascio
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Effect of Polyethylene Mulch Color and Polyethylene Covered Frames on Strawberry Yield
E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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118 - 120
Evaluation of Chemicals for Control of Spidermite Populations on Florida Strawberries
S. L. Poe
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Remote Sensing of Foliar Diseases of Vegetable Crops With Infrared Color Photography
C. H. Blazquez
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123 - 126
Interpretation of Soluble Salt Changes in Sandy Soils During a Vegetable Season
John G. A. Fiskell, S. J. Locascio
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127 - 134
Lettuce Cultivar Response to the South Florida Environment
Howard W. Burdine
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Timing of Aerially Applied Sprays to Control Corn Blight
R. D. Berger
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141 - 143
Reducing Cycocel-Induced Chlorosis in Transplants by Treatment With Other Growth Regulators
Paul E. Read, Herbert H. Bryan
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144 - 147
Effect of Amino Acids on Development of Fusarium Wilt of Resistant and Susceptible Tomato Cultivars
John Paul Jones, S. S. Woltz
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148 - 151
Growing Fresh Market Tomatoes for Machine Harvest
P. H. Everett, H. H. Bryan, N. C. Hayslip
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Conditioning Tomatoes for Fresh Market Machine Harvest
H. H. Bryan, W. W. Deen, Jr., P. H. Everett, N. C. Hayslip
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156 - 159
Mechanical Properties of Tomatoes Affecting Harvesting and Handling Damage
Richard C. Fluck, Dwain D. Gull
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Machine Harvest of Florida MH-1 Tomato: Effect of Harvest Method on Yield, Fruit Size and Maturity
P. H. Everett, W. W. Deen, Jr.
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Occurrence of Spontaneous Mutations in the Tomato Variety 'Walter'
Pat Crill, D. S. Burgis
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Pruning Test Comparison of Tomato Varieties Florida MH-1 and Walter
D. S. Burgis, Pat Crill
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Response of Manapal Tomato Seedlings to Variations in Inorganic Nutrition
S. S. Woltz, John Paul Jones
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Handling & Processing

Sizing Tomatoes Into Fruit Diameter Classifications
R. K. Showalter
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Processing Florida Tomatoes—The Impact of Mechanical Harvest
R. F. Matthews, R. P. Bates, Herbert H. Bryan
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Consumer Acceptance of Machine Harvested 'Florida MH-1' Tomatoes and Taste Panel Comparisons of 'Florida MH-1' and 'Walter' Tomatoes
J. R. Hicks, P. H. Everett, R. H. Dougherty
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184 - 186
Vegetable-Type Soybeans as Dry Bean Products
Richard H. Dougherty, Fred W. Knapp
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187 - 189
Preparation and Storage of Pasteurized-Refrigerated Mango Fruit
Richard H. Dougherty, John A. Koburger
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190 - 191
Some New Analytical Indicators of Processed Orange Juice Quality, 1971-72
John A. Attaway, et al
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192 - 203
Influence of Storage and Processing on Citrus Ribonucleotides
R. H. Biggs
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204 - 205
Gas Chromatographic Identification of Limonin in Citrus Juice
A. J. Kruger, C. E. Colter
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206 - 209
Naringin Isomers and Limonin in Canned Florida Grapefruit Juice
James H. Tatum, Jack C. Lastinger, Jr., Robert E. Berry
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Pigment Stability of Dried Orange and Tangerine Flavedo
R. J. Braddock, J. W. Kesterson
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214 - 215
Suppression of Ethylene-Induced Ripening of Tomatoes by Carbon Dioxide
D. D. Gull
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216 - 218
Control of Shredded Lettuce Discoloration
J. R. Hicks, C. B. Hall
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Furfural Measurements as an Index of Temperature Abuse in Stored Grapefruit Juice, I
Steven Nagy, Virginia Randall, Howard L. Dinsmore
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Influence of Pectate-Hesperidin Floe on Orange Juice Clarification
Robert A. Baker,, Joseph H. Bruemmer
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225 - 228
All-Purpose Gel Blend for Preparing Citrus Gels
A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore
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229 - 231
Factors Affecting Decay and Peel Injury in 'Temples'
A. A. McCornack
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Decay of Degreened Citrus as Affected by Time of Washing and T.B.Z. Application
J. J. Smoot, C. F. Melvin
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235 - 238
Recovering Volatile Flavor Compounds From Orange Essence Oil
Philip E. Shaw, Richard L. Coleman
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239 - 241
Equivalent Color Scores for Florida Concentrated Orange Juice for Manufacturing and Canned Orange Juice
R. L. Huggart, F. W. Wenzel
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242 - 244
Shaker-tickup Harvest System for Early and Midseason Oranges
S. L. Hedden, H. R. Sumner, G. E. Coppock, J. G. Blair, W. C. Wilson, D. L. Deason, C. L. Anderson
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Citrus Harvest Results With the Air Shaker Concept
J. D. Whitney
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250 - 253
Cleaning Efficiency of Brush Washers in Citrus Concentrate Plants
T. R. Rejimbal, Jr., R. E. Bigler
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254 - 257
Degreening at Very High Humidities: Humifresh Filacell System vs. a Pneumatic Water Spray System
D. L. Deason, W. Grierson
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Variation in Surface Wax on Oranges From Selected Groves in Relation to Fruit Moisture Loss
L. Gene Albrigo
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

A Disease of Mangifera, indica L. in Florida Similar to Mango Malformation
S. E. Malo, R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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264 - 267
Enhancement of Anthracnose Control on Mangos by Combining Copper With Nu-Film-17
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Host Range and Infestation by the Caribbean Fruit Fly, Anastrepha stispensa (Diptera:Tephritidae), in South Florida
Robert W. Swanson, R. M. Baranowski
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271 - 274
'Dog Ridge/ A Superior Grape Rootstock for Florida
J. A. Mortensen
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275 - 279
Two Decades of Tropical Fruit Introduction
Wm F. Whitman
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280 - 287
The Potential for Florida of Hybrids Between the Purple and Yellow Passionfruit
Robert J. Knight, Jr.
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288 - 291
Retardation of Tung Bloom as Influenced by Time and Method of Spray-Oil Application
J. Thomas Raese, Harold W. Young
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292 - 298
Thin Layer Foam for Plant Freeze Protection
J. F. Bartholic
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299 - 302
Propagating Tropical Bamboo Species from Culm Segments and Lateral Shoots
M. H. Gaskins, N. AJmeyda
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303 - 304
Comparative Weed Control With Four Herbicides in Peaches
J. B. Aitken, C. E. Arnold
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305 - 306
Weed Control in Deciduous Fruit Orchards
C. E. Arnold, J. B. Aitken
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307 - 312
Peach Irrigation in Florida
D. S. Harrison, D. W. Buchanan
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Antitranspirant Sprays as Affecting Fruit Size of 'Early Amber' Peaches
C. R. Barmore, D. W. Buchanan, L. G. Albrigo
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Effects of Ethephon on Fruit Maturity and Storage of Florida Peaches cv. 'Early Amber'
C. R. Barmore, D. W. Buchanan
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319 - 322
Chemical Control of Fruit and Foliage Diseases of Stone Fruit
Phares Decker, D. W. Buchanan
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323 - 325
The Strawberry Tree, Myrica rubra Sieb. and Zucc
R. H. Sharpe, F. W. Knapp
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326 - 327
Sensory Evaluation of Processed 'Oklawaha' and 'Flordagrand' Blackberries
F. W. Knapp, J. A. Cornell, W. B. Sherman
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328 - 329
Seedlessness in 'Tahiti' Lime
L. K. Jackson, W. B. Sherman, C. W. Campbell
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330 - 331
Rootstock Effects on Tree Size and Yield of 'Tahiti' Lime (Citrus latifolia Tanaka)
Carl W. Campbell
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Effects of Magnesium Nitrate Sprays on Magnesium Deficient Lime Trees on Calcareous Soil
T. W. Young, R. C. J. Koo
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Quality of 'Booth 8' and 'Lula' Avocados Stored in a Controlled Atmosphere
D. H. Spalding, W. F. Reeder
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Cedar Waxwing, Bombycilla cedrorum, Feeds on Avocado Flowers
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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341 - 343

Ornamental

A Comparative Study of Corynebacterium Poinsettiae and Xanthomonas Poinsettiaecola on Poinsettia and Crown-of-Thorns
J. W. Miller, G. P. Seymour
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344 - 347
Description and Control of the Rapid Decay of Scindapsus aureus incited by Erwinia Cwrotovora
J. F. Knauss, J. W. Miller
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348 - 351
Stem and Leaf Rot of Peperomia Incited by Sclerothim rolfsii
S. A. Alfieri, Jr., J. F. Knauss
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352 - 357
Control of the Burrowing Nematode, Radopholus similis, on Philodendron 'Burgundy'
H. L. Rhoades, D. B. McConnell
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Control of Root-Knot Nenatode in Sansevieria Groundbeds
D. E. Stokes, R. L. King, Jr.
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Carissa Dieback: Etiology Suggests Control
R. E. McCoy
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Pathogenicity and Control of Cylindrocladium scoparium on 'Blue Vase Juniper
C. P. Seymour, J. J. McRitchie
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Species of Cylindrocladium and Their Hosts in Florida and Georgia
E. K. Sobers, S. A. Alifieri, Jr.
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Chemical Sprays: Concentration, Drying Rate and Temperature Effects on Chrysanthemum Flower Quality
Arthur W. Engelhard
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370 - 373
Changing Patterns in the U. S. Commercial Cut Flower Industry
Cecil N. Smith
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Snail Control Under Aquatic Conditions
James A. Reinert
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Factors Affecting Spidercnite (Tetranyehus urticae Koch) Population Development on Carnation: Relative Cultivar Susceptibility and Physical Characteristics
S. L. Poe, G. J. Wilfret
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384 - 386
Vegetative Growth Modification of Scindapsus aureus by Ancymidol and PBA
Dennis B. McConnell, Richard T. Poole
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Production of Gladiolus Corms From Planting Stock With Black Liquor Powder or Coated Fertilizer Supplements
G. J. Wilfret
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389 - 391
Influence of Propagation Bed Nutritional Amendments on Selected Foliage Plants
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Evaluation of Various Potting Media for Growth of Foliage Plants
Richard T. Poole, Will E. Waters
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Identification and Correction of Copper Deficiency of Rhododendron simsi 'George Lindley Taber' Cuttings
R. D. Dickey
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Attractancy of Several Fungi and Bacteria for Bulb and Soil Mites Frequenting Diseased Gladiolus Corms
W. E. Noble, S. L. Poe
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Seed Propagation of Caladium and Dieffenbachia
R. D. Hartman, F. W. Zettler, J. F. Knauss, Eleanor M. Hawkins
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Weed Control in Containers With Herbicide-Impregnated Mulch Materials
P. L. Neel
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Inactivation of Residual Herbicide in an Abandoned Fernery
G. W. Elmstrom
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Effect of Fluoride and a Floral Preservative on Fluoride Content and Injury to Gladiolus Florets and Injury to Poinsettia Bracts
S. S. Woltz, F. J. Marousky
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Influence of Storage Temperatures, Handling and Floral Preservatives on Post Harvest Quality of Gypsophila
F. J. Marousky, J. Nanney
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419 - 422
Cultural Concepts of Gypsophila paniculata L. Production in Florida
J. C. Raulston, S. L. Poe, F. J. Marousky
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Garden And Landscape

Garden and Landscape Section
John Popenoe
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Superior Lawns for South Florida
Louis J. Daigle
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430 - 431
When is a Nut not a Nut?
Edwin A. Menniger
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432 - 435
Exotic Evergreen Magnolias in Florida
Robert L. Egolf
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436 - 437
Performance of Modern, Named Daylilies in South Florida
Jean Wooten
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438 - 440
Horticultural Training at Miami-Dade Junior College
William A. Murphy
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Hardy Bromeliads
Jack O. Holmes
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Back Matter

 
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