Vol 84 (1971)

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 'Murcott' and 'Valencia' Trees Grown on Four Different Stocks in Nutrient Solutions with Three Potassium Levels
Paul F. Smith
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Effects of Soil pH and Calcium on Yields and Fruit Quality of Young 'Valencia' Oranges
Carl A. Anderson
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The Effects of Omitting Single Nutrient Elements from Fertilizer on Growth and Performance of 'Pineapple' Orange
R. C. J. Koo, R. L. Reese
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Uptake and Distribution of Iron in Citrus
Fouad M. Basiouny, R. H. Biggs
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Field Tests with New Iron Chelates on Citrus Growing on Calcareous Soils
C. D. Leonard, D. V. Calvert
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24 - 31
Sweet Lime, Its Performance and Potential as a Rootstock in Florida
A. H. Krezdorn, W. S. Castle
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Problems Encountered in Overhead Irrigation of Citrus with Water of Relatively Low Salinity
Ernest C. Lundberg
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The Milkweed Vine—Current Recommendations and Promising New Approaches
D. P. H. Tucker, R. L. Phillips, J. L. Jackson, Jr.
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Field Testing Airblast Sprayers for Florida Citrus
R. F. Brooks, J. D. Whitney
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Tree Loss in Relation to Young Tree Decline and Sand Hill Decline of Citrus in Florida
E. P. DuCharme
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A Comparison of Three Methods of Applying Methyl Bromide for Phytophthora Control in Small Plots
G. R. Grimm, Ann F. Alexander
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Effectiveness of Spray Materials Against Citrus Greasy Spot in Relation to Time of Application and Infection Periods
J. O. Whiteside
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Decontamination Treatments to Reduce the Spread of Citrus Exocortis Virus (CEV) by Contaminated Tools
S. M. Garnsey, R. Whidden
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Field Testing of Cycloheximide for Abscission of Oranges Grown in the Indian River Area
W. C. Wilson
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Abscission Chemicals in Relation to the Harvest of 'Valencia' Oranges
W. C. Cooper, W. C. Wilson
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Seasonal Variation in Bonding Force and Abscission of Citrus Fruit in Response to Ethylene, Ethephon, and Cycloheximide
M. A. Ismail
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Observations on Early and Midseason Orange Abscission Demonstrations Using Cycloheximide
W. F. Wardowski, W. C. Wilson
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Harvesting 'Valencia' Oranges with a Limb Shaker
G. E. Coppock
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Comparative Harvest Trials of Foliage and Limb Shakers in 'Valencia' Oranges
S. L. Hedden, G. E. Coppock
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The Effect of Precipitation on Maturity Parameters of Florida Citrus
Robert D. Carter, Bela S. Buslig, John A. Attaway
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92 - 95

Vegetable

Evaluation of Watermelon Cultivars for Commercial Production in Florida
G. W. Elmstrom
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Vegetable Seedling Uniformity Studies
V. F. Nettles
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The Wax Gourd, A Year-Round Florida Vegetable with Unusual Keeping Quality
Julia F. Morton
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Single Harvest Yields of Several Tomato Cultivars in Relation to Seed Size
L. H. Halsey
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Simulation of Sand Penetration of Tomatoes
Richard C. Fluck
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Studies on the Causal Agent of Black Fungal Lesions on Stored Tomato Fruit
J. A. Bartz
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Effects of an' Organic Hydrolysate Containing a-Keto Acids on Tomato Yields
H. H. Bryan, P. E. Read
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Evaluation of Paper and Polyethylene-Coated Paper Mulches and Fertilizer Rates for Tomatoes
Paul H. Everett
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Influence of Population Density, Row Arrangement and Fertilizer Rate on the Single-Harvest Yield of Fresh-Market Tomatoes
A. A. Navarro, S. J. Locascio
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Effect of Varied Iron, Manganese and Zinc Nutrition on the in vitro Growth of Race 2 Fusarium oxysporum F. Sp. Lycopersici and Upon the Wilting of Tomato Cuttings Held in Filtrates from Cultures of the Fungus
S. S. Woltz, John Paul Jones
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Effect of Off-Season Culture on Weeds, Nematodes, and Potato Yields on Marl Soils
A. J. Overman, H. H. Bryan, R. W. Harkness
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Pathogenicity and Control of a Florida Population of the Sugarbeet Nematode, Heterodera schachtii, on Cabbage
H. L. Rhoades
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Cabbage Looper Injury to Different Cabbage Cultivars
R. B. Workman, J. R. Shumaker
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Cabbage Looper Control on Watermelon at Leesburg, 1968-1970
W. C. Adlerz
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Top Regrowth Inhibition of Topped Film-Packaged Radishes by Growth Retardants and Mechanical Means
V. L. Guzman
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147 - 151
Relative Susceptibility of Selected Strawberry Clones and Cultivars to Spider Mite Injury
S. L. Poe, C. M. Howard
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Influence of Plant Density on Strawberry Fruit Production
E. E. Albregts
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Strawberry Yield and Soil Nutrient Levels as Influenced by Plant Population, Fertilizer Rate and Bed Shape
S. J. Locascio
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160 - 162
Association of Pseudomonas marginalia with Pink Rib of Lettuce
C. B. Hall, R. E. Stall, H. W. Burdine
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Virus Diseases Affecting Lettuce and Endive in Florida
D. E. Purcifull, T. A. Zitter
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Vegetable Virus Problems in South Florida as Related to Weed Science
J. R. Orsenigo, T. A. Zitter
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Gray Leaf spot of Pepper
C. H. Blazquez
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171 - 176
Virus Diseases of Pepper in South Florida
T. A. Zitter
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Herbicide Tests on Pepper Transplants and Seeded Peppers
D. S. Burgis
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183 - 186

Handling & Processing

Quantitative Analysis of Persian Lime Oil
Philip E. Shaw, Richard L. Coleman,, Manuel G. Moshonas
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Yield of Peel Oil in Lemons as Related to Budwood and Rootstocks
R. W. Drescher, R. A. Dennison, J. W. Kesterson
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Storage Stability of Foam-Mat Instant Orange Juice as Related to pH
Robert E. Berry, Charles J. Wagner, Jr., Owen W. Bissett
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Enzymatic Treatment of Orange Juice to Increase Cloud and Yield, and Decrease Sinking Pulp Level
Robert A. Baker, Joseph H. Bruemmer
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Some New Analytical Indicators of Processed Orange Juice Quality
John A. Attaway, Robert D. Carter
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200 - 205
Effects of the Test House Extractor Modifications Upon the Yield of Orange Juice in Commercial Practices
J. T. Griffiths
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206 - 216
Further Studies of Ethanol and Acetaldehyde in Juice of Citrus Fruits During the Growing Season and During Storage
Paul L. Davis
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217 - 222
Orange Essence Evaluation: A New Chemical Test
R. J. Braddock, D. R. Petrus
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The Brabender Visco-Corder for Rheological Evaluation of FCOJ and High Density Citrus Concentrates
R. L. Huggart, A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore
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Effect of Arsenation of Fruit on the Quality of Canned Grapefruit Sections
F. W. Wenzel, R. W. Olsen, A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore, R. L. Huggart, R. W. Barron, C. D. Atkins
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Short Term Screening for Acidity Reduction
Bela S. Buslig, Robert D. Carter, George E. Good
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Folic Acid—An Essential Vitamin Present in Citrus Fruit
E. C. Hill, J. A. Attaway, Richard R. Streiff
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238 - 240
Microwave Processing of Citrus Salad Gels in Plastic Containers
A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore
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Prepared Grapefruit Halves with Thiabendazole: Decay Control and Residue Analysis
W. F. Wardowski, F. W. Hayward
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Processing Evaluation of Florida Blueberries
F. W. Knapp
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Taste Panel Responses to Flavor of Heated Mango Puree
R. H. Dougherty
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Lactic Fermentation of Florida Vegetables
R. P. Bates, R. F. Matthews
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Measurement of Breakage Properties of Snap Bean Pods
R. K. Showalter
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Heating of Citrus Fruits During Degreening and Associated Temperature Gradients Within the Typical Horizontal Airflow Degreening Room
Douglas L. Deason, W. Grierson
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Effects of Ethylene and Temperature on Carotenoid Pigmentation of Citrus Peel
Ivan Stewart, T. A. Wheaton
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Microbiological Study of a Lemon Packinghouse Operation
D. I. Murdock
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Effect of Ethylene Degreening on Decay of Florida Citrus Fruit
A. A. McCornack
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A Colorimetric Method for the Determination of Residues of Thiabendazole in Citrus Fruits
F. W. Hayward, A. A. McCornack
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272 - 274

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Introduction to Symposium on Avocados, Limes, and Mango
Roy O. Nelson
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Tree Spacing Trends
Wm. H. Krome
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Avocado Variety Evaluation, 1971
Wm. H. Krome
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Irrigation of Tropical and Subtropical Fruit Groves in Dade County, Florida
Seymour Goldweber, Burt E. Colburn
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Current Hedging and Topping Practices for Avocados and Limes in Florida
Phil W. Newman
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Production and Marketing of Avocados and Limes, Dade County Style
N. P. Brooks
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Weed Control in Lime, Avocado and Mango Groves
R. W. Harkness, Conrad Byrd
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285 - 289
Fungicides for Disease Control on Avocados, Limes and Mangos in Florida
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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290 - 293
Postharvest Rind Disorders of 'Persian' Limes
W. Grierson, W. F. Wardowski, G. J. Edwards
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294 - 297
Variations in Mineral Content of Florida Mango Leaves
T. W. Young, R. C. J. Koo
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298 - 302
The Federal-State Inspection Service and Its Role in the Florida Avocado and Lime Industries
Gordon W. Brown
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Certified Lime Clone Status—Growers' View
Burt Colbum, Seymour Goldweber
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Mango Production and Marketing Practices—Florida, 1971
E. F. Mitchell
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Mango and Avocado: Emerging Fruits in World Horticulture and Trade
Simon E. Malo
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Mango and Avocado Evaluation in Southeastern Florida
R. J. Knight, Jr., H. F. Winters
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Updating of Changes in Pests, Pesticides, and Other Factors Affecting Subtropical Insect Pest Control
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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Commercial Production of Minor Tropical Fruit Crops in Florida
Carl W. Campbell
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The Olosapo, the Sun Sapote and the Fijian Longan
Wm. F. Whitman
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Prediction of Hourly Temperatures on Cold Nights for Inland Dade County, Florida
P. G. Orth, J. T. Bradley
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The University of Florida's Expanding Programs in Tropical Horticulture (Fruit)
A. H. Krezdorn
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Weed Control with Preemergence Herbicides in a Mature Vineyard
C. F. Balerdi
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Response of Maygold Peaches to Various Rates and Application Dates of Alar
J. B. Aitken
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Subtropical Apples
W. B. Sherman, R. H. Sharpe, J. B. Aitken
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Progress of the Nectarine
R. H. Sharpe, J. B. Aitken
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Pecans in Central and South Florida
C. E. Arnold
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345 - 350

Ornamental

Fusarium Wilt of Chrysanthemum: Symptomatology and Cultivar Reactions
Arthur W. Englehard, S. S. Woltz
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351 - 353
Cylindrocladium Leaf Spot of Magnolia grandiflora in Florida
S. A. Alfieri, Jr., A. E. Graham
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Susceptibility of Azalea Varieties to Calonectria theae and Cylindrocladium scoparium
E. K. Sobers, G. L. Crane
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Evaluations of Easter Lily and Hybrid Lily Cultivars for Commercial Flower Production in Florida
G. J. Wilfret, J. C. Raulston
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359 - 362
Propagation and Morphology of the False Aralia
Margaret J. Mustard, S. John Lynch
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Natural Selection of Ornamental Trees for Safety Protection Along Florida Highways
James K. Dunaway
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Survival of Ornamental Plants on Lignumvitae Key
John Popenoe, George Avery
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Physiological Disorders of Leaves of Chrysanthemum Cultivars Relative to Accumulation of Excess Carbohydrate
S. S. Woltz, Arthur W. Engel'hard
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Eifect of Fluoride and a Floral Preservative on Quality of Cut Gladiolas
F. J. Marousky, S. S. Woltz
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Influence of Fluoride on Foliar Necrosis of Cordyline terminalis cv Baby Doll During Propagation
Charles A. Conover, Richard T. Poole
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Gladiolus Production Costs and Returns in Southwest Florida
T. S. Hipp
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Shoot-Tip Culture of Gladiolus: An Evaluation of Nutrient Media for Callus Tissue Development
G. J. Wilfret
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Effects of Manual and Chemical Pruning Methods on Growth of Forcing Azaleas
Charles A. Conover, Jasper N. Joiner
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Bud-Cut Flowers—A Concept for 'Once-Over Harvest* of Chrysanthemums
F. J. Marousky, J. Nanney
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Production of Cut-Flowers on Subirrigated Mulched Beds with a Single Pre-Plant Fertilizer Application
J. C. Raulston, C. M. Geraldson
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Effect of Some Microelements on Growth and Quality of Container Grown Viburnum suspension Lindl
R. D. Dickey
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Flowering of Christmas Cactus as Influenced by Nyctoperiod Regimes
R. T. Poole
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Response of Chrysanthemum Cultivars to the Nematicide, Mocap
A. J. Overman, J. C. Raulston
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Suppression of Aphids, Mites, and Nematodes with Foliar Applications of Chemicals
A. J. Overman, S. L. Poe
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The Evaluation of Bactericides and Bactericide Combinations for the Control of Bacterial Leaf Spot and Tip Burn of Philodendron oxycardium Incited by Xanthomonas diffenbachiae
J. F. Knauss, W. E. Waters, R. T. Poole
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The Phytotoxicity of Seventeen Miticides Applied as Repeated Weekly Sprays Under Slat Shed Conditions to Five Foliage Plant Species
J. F. Knauss
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Control of Aphids and Mites on Cut Chrysanthemums by Post Harvest Absorption of Azodrin and Demeton
S. L. Poe, F. J. Marousky
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Combinations of Fungicides and Insecticides for Control of Disease, Insects and Mites on Chrysanthemums
Arthur W. Engelhard, S. L. Poe
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Weed Control in Container-Grown Woody Ornamentals, E. W. McElwee
B. A. Barmby, A. L. Harrell
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