Vol 83 (1970)

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

Comparison of Different Iron Formulations for Effectiveness in Correcting Iron Chlorosis in Citrus
F. M. Basiouny, C. D. Leonard, R. H. Biggs
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Comparison of Four Varieties of Young- and Old-Budline Oranges Grown in Sandcultures with Three Potassium Levels
Paul F. Smith, G. K. Scudder, Jr., Gustave Hrnciar
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Response of 'Temple' Oranges to Varying Rates of Nitrogen, Potassium, and Magnesium
David V. Calvert
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10 - 14
Arsenate Sprays on 'Temple' Oranges: Rates, Timing, and Residues
R. L. Reese
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A Comparison of Herbicide, Mechanical Tree Hoe, and Flaming Treatments in a 2-Year Weed Control Experiment
J. D. Whitney, R. L. Phillips, D. P. H. Tucker
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Milkweedvine Control in Florida Citrus Groves
R. L. Phillips, D. P.H. Tucker
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Increasing Yields of the 'Minneola,' 'Robinson' and 'Osceola' Varieties with Gibberellic Acid Sprays and Girdling
A. H. Krezdorn, H. D. Brown
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Some Effects of Air-Borne Fluorine on Growth and Yield of Six Citrus Varieties
C. D. Leonard, H. B. Graves, Jr.
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Mineral Composition of Leaves from Citrus Trees Affected with Declines of Unknown Etiology
C. A. Anderson, D. V. Calvert
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Young Tree Decline from a Grower Viewpoint
John C. Norris
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Seasonal Variation in Magnitude of Foliage Growth in Florida Citrus Groves
William A. Simanton
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Effect of Flush, Age of Leaf, and Date of Sampling on Chemical Composition of Citrus Leaves in Polk County in 1969
W. V. Chandler
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Disease Control in Florida Citrus with Difolatan Fungicide
E. A. Moherek
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Viruses in Florida's 'Meyer' Lemon Trees and Their Effects on Other Citrus
S. M. Garnsey
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Renovating Old Citrus Groves in Indian River Area
R. C.J. Koo, Paul J. Driscoll
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Irrigation at the Grove Level
L. W. Ziegler
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Rangpur Lime as a Citrus Rootstock in Florida
Mortimer Cohen
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Problems in Using 'Milam' Rootstock as a Biological Barrier
Harry W. Ford
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Nematode Status of 'Carrizo' Citrange
Harry W. Ford
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Ethylene Production by the Valencia Orange Tree as Related to the Use of Abscission Chemicals
W. C. Cooper, W. H. Henry, C. J. Hearn
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Testing Foliar Sprays for Frost Protection of Young Citrus
R. M. Burns
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Cold Hardiness of Selected Citrus Varieties as Determined by Freezing Detached Leaves
C. E. Hutcheson, W. J. Wiltbank
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Basic Principles of Freeze Occurrence and the Prevention of Freeze Damage to Crops
V. J. Valli
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The Influence of Rootstocks on Tree Growth, Fruiting and Fruit Quality of 'Orlando' Tangelos
A. H. Krezdorn, W. J. Phillips
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110 - 116

Vegetable

Mulches Reduce Soil Temperatures Under Tomato and Tobacco Plants in Florida
D. R. Davis, R. R. Kincaid, R. M. Rhodes
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Comparison of Tomato Varieties and Fx Hybrids for Yield and Uniformity
Pat Crill, D. S. Burgis
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Concentrating Tomato Maturity with Growth Regulators
H. H. Bryan
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Evaluation of Fruit-Pedicel Separation of Fresh Market Tomato Varieties for Mechanical Harvest
Ben Villalon, Herbert H. Bryan
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Recent Advances in Mechanization of Fresh Market Tomato Harvesting in Florida
W. W. Deen, Jr., N. C. Hayslip, H. H. Bryan, P. H. Everett
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Fruit Chilling and Ripening Studies for Evaluation of Breeding Lines of Fresh Market Tomatoes
D. S. Burgis
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135 - 137
Weed Problem Changes Affecting Central Florida Vegetable Production
W. T. Scudder
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The Effect of Fertility and Plant Populations on the Yield of Okra
Paul Sutton, E. E. Albregts
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Pattern of Fertilization for Watermelons: I. Influence on Plant Growth and Fruit Yield
S. J. Locascio, J. G. A. Fiskell, H. W. Lundy
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Patterns of Fertilization for Watermelons: II. Influence on Nutrient Distribution in Soil and Plant Uptake
J. G. A. Fiskell, S. J. Locascio,, F. G. Martin
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Nematode Control on Potatoes by Soil Fumigants, Band and In-Furrow Applications of Contact Nematicides
D. P. Weingartner, D. W. Dickson
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154 - 160
Some Insect-Weed Inter-Relationships that the Grower Should Know
W. G. Genung, J. R. Orsenigo
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161 - 165
Cabbage Looper Control at Hastings and Sanford Florida During 1970
R. B. Workman, G. L. Greene
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166 - 167
Insecticides for Budworm Control in Central and South Florida
G. L. Greene, M. J. Janes
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Disease and Insect Control for Direct Seeded Cabbage in Florida
J. O. Strandberg, G. L. Greene
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Effects of Twenty Natural Amino Acids on Pathogenesis of Homestead 24 Tomato by Fusarium oxysporwm F. Sp. Lycopersici Races 1 and 2
S. S. Woltz, John Paul Jones
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Differential Graywall Development in Tomato Stocks Infiltrated with Bacteria
C. B. Hall, R. E. Stall, J. W. Strobel
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Response of Grower-Available Sebago Potato Seed Stocks to Different Seed Piece Treatments
J. R. Shumaker, D. P. Weingartner
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Cucumber Mosaic and Western Celery Mosaic—Two Aphid-Transmitted Virus Diseases of Florida Celery
T. A. Zitter
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188 - 190
An Improved, Portable Automatic Sampling Spore Trap
T. W. Casselman, R. D. Berger
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Effect of Plot Size and Layout on Ground and Aerial Application of Fungicides to Vegetable Crops
C. H. Blazquez, H. S. Potter, G. A. Brandes, D. W. Lander
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Interaction of Cultivars, Nematodes, and Fumigants on Development of Vertieillium Wilt on Tomatoes
A. J. Overman, J. P. Jones, C. M. Geraldson
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Epiphytology of Celery Late Blight
R. D. Berger
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Effect of Various Foliar Sprays on the Maturity of Tomato
W. J. Southam, V. F. Nettles
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212 - 216

Handling & Processing

Effects of Washing Sequence on the Degreening Response and Decay of Some Citrus Fruits
Otto L. Jahn, Randall H. Cubbedge, John J. Smoot
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Grove Application of Benlate for Control of Postharvest Citrus Decay
G. Eldon Brown, L. Gene Albrigo
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Decay Control of Florida Citrus Fruits with Packinghouse Applications of Thiabendazole
John J. Smoot, C. F. Melvin
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Status of Postharvest Fungicides for Citrus Fruit
A. A. McCornack
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229 - 231
Storage Life of Prepared Grapefruit Halves
W. F. Wardowski, G. Eldon Brown, Paul J. Fellers
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Sauerkraut Fermentation of Some Florida Cabbage Cultivars
Richard F. Matthews, R. P. Bates
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236 - 239
Celery Acceptability in Tomato-Celery Juice Blends
R. P. Bates, C. W. Wilson III
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Acidification of Lye Peeled Tomatoes and Sodium Level of the Canned Tomatoes
Richard F. Matthews
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244 - 247
Detachment Characteristics of Snap Bean Pods and Pedicels
R. K. Showalter
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Harvesting Processing Oranges with the Use of Cyclohexamide
James R. Buttram
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Hormonal Regulation of Citrus Fruit and Leaf Abscission
M. A. Ismail
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Effect of Budwood Selection and Rootstock on the Peel Oil Content of 'Valencia' Oranges
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson, Mortimer Cohen
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Peel and Internal Quality of Oranges as Influenced by Grove Applications of Pinolene and Benlate
L. Gene Albrigo, G. Eldon Brown, P. J. Fellers
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Peel Injury of Florida Navel Oranges
A. A. McCornack
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Limonin in Florida Citrus Fruits
W. Clifford Scott
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Color Standardization of Pigmented Grapefruit Juices
R. L. Huggart, S. V. Ting
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Evaluation of Pectins from Florida Lemons Harvested from Young Trees
A. H. Rouse, L. C. Knorr
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281 - 284
Respiration, Ethylene Evolution, and Enzymatic Changes of Florida Peaches and Nectarines as Affected by Storage Temperature
N. Vakis, J. Soule, E. M. Ahmed, W. Grierson
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Biochemical Changes in Grapefruit During Anaerobic Metabolism
Joseph H. Bruemmer, Bongwoo Roe
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Relation of Ethanol Content of Citrus Fruits to Maturity and to Storage Conditions
Paul L. Davis
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The Effects of Post-Bloom Chemical Sprays on Grapefruit
B. S. Buslig, R. D. Carter, G. E. Good, J. A. Attaway
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Biochemical Changes in Grapefruit and 'Murcott' Citrus Fruits as Related to Storage Temperature
N. Vakis, J. Soule, R. H. Biggs, W. Grierson
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Effect of Temperature on Centrifugal Separation of Cold-Pressed Orange Oil
Robert E. Berry, Pedro Cassals
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Effect of Cellulase, Lipase, Pectinase, Protease and Ribonuclease on the Cloud of Citrus Juice
R. H. Biggs, J. E. Pollard
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314 - 318

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Hawaiian Macadamia Nut Cultivars
R. A. Hamilton, E. T. Fukunaga
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319 - 321
Lychee Cultivars in Hawaii
R. A. Hamilton, W. Yee
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Pineapple Cultivars 1970
George Samuels
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325 - 331
Low Chilling Temperate Zone Fruits in Israel
R. J. Ticho
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332 - 335
Citrus Cultivars for the Tropics
A. H. Krezdorn
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336 - 340
A Survey of Major Banana Cultivars
K. Shepherd
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341 - 344
The Present Status and Perspectives for Cacao Cultivars in Latin America
Jorge Soria V
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345 - 352
Minor Tropical Fruit Cultivars in Florida
Carl W. Campbell
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353 - 356
Mango and Avocado Cultivars Present Status and Future Developments
Simon E. Malo
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357 - 361
Some Climatic Effects on Flowering and Fruiting of 'Brewster' Lychees in Florida
T. W. Young
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362 - 366
Controlling Purple Nutsedge in the Wet Tropics by Burning and Shading
M. H. Gaskins, C. M. Colberg
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367 - 369
Effects of an Oil Emulsion on Absorption of Carbon Dioxide by Heliconia
J. M. Riedhart
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The Iron-Chlorophyll Relationship in Young Hass Avocado Leaves
E. F. Wallihan, R. G. Sharpless
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372 - 374
Seed Development in the Pineapple Orange
Margaret J. Mustard, S. John Lynch
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375 - 379
Irrigation Experiments with Tahiti Lime in Dade County
Wm. H. Krome, R. C. J. Koo, T. W. Young
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Evaluation of Cold-Hardy Avocados in Florida
A. H. Krezdorn
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Effectiveness of Copper When Combined with Nu Flm 17 for Control of Avocado Scab
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Response of "Stover* Grape to Soil Applications of Magnesium
C. F. Balerdi
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Frost Protection is Practical for Peaches
J. F. Gerber, D. W. Buchanan
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Fruit Thinning of 'Early Amber' Peaches with Ethrel (1) and Nia 10637 (4)
H. D. Stiles, D. W. Buchanan, R. H. Biggs
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Influence of Alar on Central Florida Peaches
C. E. Arnold, D. W. Buchanan
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Storage of Lula Avocados in Controlled Atmosphere 1970 Test
W. F. Reeder, T. T. Hatton, Jr.
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Prospects for Cashew Advancement in Colombia and Venezuela
Julia F. Morton
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405 - 410

Ornamental

Problems in Marketing Woody Ornamentals Through Mass Market Outlets
Cecil N. Smith, Stephen M. Raleigh, Jr.
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Effects of 8-10 Day 5° C Storage and Floral Preservatives on Snapdragon Cut Flowers
J. C. Raulston, F. J. Marousky
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Influence of Controlled Atmospheres During Corm Storage on Subsequent Flowering of Gladiolus
F. J. Marousky, R. H. Cubbedge, R. O. Magie
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A Critical Evaluation of the Commercial Gladiolus Cultivars Grown in Florida
G. J. Wilfret
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Poultry Manure as a Soil Amendment for Container-Grown Ligustrum Japonicum and Podocarpus Maerophylla Maki
E. W. McElwee
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427 - 431
Southern Blight of Schefflera
S. A. Alfieri, Jr., J. F. Knauss
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Bacterial Leaf Spot of Some Commelinaceae Caused by the Carnation Leaf Spot Pathogen, Pseudomonas woodsii
J. W. Miller
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Rough-Bark of Pittosporum tobira Ait. in Florida
S. A. Alfieri, Jr., C. P. Seymour
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Dactylaria Leaf Spot, a New Disease of Philodendron oxycardium Schott.
J. F. Knauss, S. A. Alfieri, Jr.
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Interaction of Flower Preservative Components and Light on Fresh Weight and Longevity of Snapdragon Cut Flowers
F. J. Marousky, J. C. Raulston
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Relationship of Snapdragon Response Groups to Cultivar Performance in Florida Field Production
J. C. Raulston
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Botrytic-Like Diseases of Rose, Chrysanthemum, Carnation, Snapdragon and King Aster Caused by Altemaria and Helminthosporium
Arthur W. Englehard
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Phytotoxic Responses of Euphorbia, pulcherrima to Light, Temperature and Cycocel Levels
Charles A. Conover
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Chemical Pruning and Disbudding of Chrysanthemum morifolium
Jasper N. Joiner, George D. Pickhardt
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Effects of Levels of Phosphorus and Potassium on Growth, Composition and Incidence of Leaf-Tip Die-Back in Cattleya, Orchids
H. A. Poole, T. J. Sheehan
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465 - 468
Evaluations of Pesticides for Phytotoxicity on Chrysanthemum Flowers
S. L. Poe
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Slow Release Fertilizer Effects on Growth of Nandina domestica in Containers
S. E. McFadden, C. A. Conover
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Calcium Deficiency and its Effects on Growth and Quality of Container Grown Viburnum Suspensum Lindl.
R. D. Dickey
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475 - 481
The Chemical, Physical and Salinity Characteristics of Twenty-Seven Soil Media
W. E. Waters, William Llewellyn, James NeSmith
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482 - 488
Nematode Problems of Turfgrasses in Florida and Their Control
V. G. Perry, G. C. Smart, Jr., G. C. Horn
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Effects of Pesticide Combinations on Rose Flower Yields
H. N. Miller, S. E. McFadden, L. C. Kuitert
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Influence of Growth Regulators on Stem Elongation and Rooting Response of Foliage Plants
R. T. Poole
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Effects of Media and Container Type on Herbicidal Activity in Container-Grown Woody Ornamentals
Stanley G. Dean, Carl E. Whitcomb, Charles A. Conover
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