Vol 82 (1969)

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

Effects of Rate and Frequency of Fertilizer Application on Growth, Yield and Quality Factors of Young 'Valencia* Orange Trees
David V. Calvert
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Effects of soil pH and Calcium on the Growth and Mineral Uptake of Young Citrus Trees
Carl A. Anderson, Frank G. Martin
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A Comparison of Soil and Spray Applications of Four Manganese Sources for Control of Manganese Deficiency in 'Valencia' Orange Trees
C. D. Leonard
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Nitrogen Rate and Time of Application on the Yield and Quality of Marsh Grapefruit
P. F. Smith, G. K. Scudder, Jr., G. Hrnciar
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Effect of Phosphate Applications to Lakeland Sands on Pineapple Orange Yields, Available Soil Phosphorus and Leaf Phosphorus
H. E. Guilford, W. V. Chandler, O. C. Bryan
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The Effect of Soil pH and Organic Matter on the Magnesium Content of Soil and Leaves of Citrus on Acid Flatwoods Soils
J. R. Hey, O. C. Bryan, R. S. Johnson
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The Nutritional Status of the 'Orlando' Tangelo (Citrus paradisi Macf. 'Duncan* x C. reticulata Blanco 'Dancy').
Talbert Cooper, Jr., A. H. Krezdorn, R. C. J. Koo
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Benlate, an Experimental Preharvest Fungicide for Control of Postharvest Citrus Fruit Decay
G. Eldon Brown, A. A. McCornack
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Hand Pollination Tests and Field Evaluation of Pollinators for Citrus
H. D. Brown, A. H. Krezdorn
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Performance of Closely Spaced Trees
R. L. Phillips
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Preventive Maintenance Spraying by Air
C. T. Cooper, J. B. Schirard
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Serological Detection of a Citrus Virus in Leaf Extracts from Field Trees
S. M. Garnsey, D. E. Purcifull
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Frost Conditions and Damage to Citrus During Two Consecutive Radiation Freezes
G. Yelenosky, G. Horanic, F. Galena
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Radiant Heat—Some General Properties and its Production by Four Types of Grove Heaters
G. R. Davis, J. F. Gerber
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Irrigation Requirements of Citrus Grown on Lakewood Fine Sand
R. C.J. Koo, G. T. Hurner, Jr.
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Movement and Degradation of Herbicides in Florida Citrus Soils
David P. Tucker, Richard L. Phillips
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Four Years of Abscission Studies on Oranges
W. C. Wilson
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Influence of Temperature and Humidity on Cycloheximide-Induced Abscission and Ethylene Content of Citrus
G. K. Rasmussen, W. C. Cooper
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Performance and Comparative Cost of Tree Shaker Harvest Systems
S. L. Hedden, H. R. Sumner
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Performance of an Auger Picking Head for Harvesting Fresh Market Oranges
Harold R. Sumner, Scott L. Hedden
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Progress and Outlook on Commercial Mechanical Harvesting
George M. Howard
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Seasonal Patterns of Citrus Bloom
William A. Simanton
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Cycloheximide: An Effective Abscission Chemical for Oranges in Florida
W. C. Cooper, W. H. Henry, G. K. Rasmussen, C. J. Hearn
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Extension Looks to the Future
Fred P. Lawrence
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Vegetable

A Celery Early Blight Spray Program Base on Disease Forecasting
R. D. Berger
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Response of Direct Seeded Cabbage Using Different Spacings and Planting and Thinning Methods
J. R. Shumaker
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Detachment Force for Harvesting Snap Beans
R. K. Showalter
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Seed Size and Planting Depth Effects on Two Tomato Cultivars
L. H. Halsey
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Walter and Tropic—New Tomato Varieties for Florida Growers
J. W. Strobel, D. S. Burgis, P. H. Everett, N. C. Hayslip
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Effects of Some Growth Regulating Chemicals on Earliness and Total Yield of Cantaloupe and Watermelon
M. Abdel-Rahman, B. D. Thompson
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Response of Four Celery Varieties to Levels of Gibberellic Acid Applied Two and Four Weeks Before Harvest
V. L. Guzman
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Control of a Leafhopper, Empoasca krameri by Various Methods of Applying Systemic Insecticides to Pole Beans
R. M. Baranowski
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Sources of Fertilizer Copper for Watermelons
P. H. Everett
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Post-Harvest Control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum of Pole Beans
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Effect of Nu Film 17 on Fungicides Evaluated for Control of Cucumber Target Spot
C. H. Blazquez, G. T. McGrew
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Phytotoxicity to Purple Nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus L.) and Soil Persistence to Some Hormone Type Herbicides
D. S. Burgis
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Blossom Removal in the Strawberry Winter Nursery
E. E. Albregts
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An Unusually Severe Outbreak of Sweet and Field Corn Rust in Collier County
D. W. Lander, C. H. Blazquez
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An Epidemiological Comparison of Downy Mildew and Gummy Stem Blight Disease on Watermelon
N. C. Schenck
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Demand and Supply Response to Price Changes for Selected Florida Vegetables
W. F. Edwards, Max R. Langham
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Effect of Tobacco Mosaic Virus and Bacterial Infections on Occurrence of Graywall of Tomato
R. E. Stall, L. J. Alexander, C. B. Hall
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Distribution of Watermelon Mosaic Viruses 1 and 2 in Florida
W. C. Adlerz
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Morphological and Growth-Retarding Effects of l-Amino-2-Nitrocyclopentane-l- Carboxylic Acid (ANCPA) on Certain Vegetable Corps
S. S. Woltz
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Yields and Water-Use Efficiency of Vegetables as Influenced by a Soil Moisture Barrier
G. K. Saxena, L. C. Hammond, W. H. Lundy
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Handling & Processing

Evaluation of Florida-Grown Tomato Cultivars and Breeding Stocks for Thermal Processing
R. P. Bates, J. W. Strobel
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Lye Peeling of Florida Tomatoes—Effects of Time, Temperature and Concentration
Richard F. Matthews, Herbert H. Bryan
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Processing Research With Florida Grown Grape Cultivars
R. P. Bates, J. A. Mortensen
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Relationship of Methods for Recovering Essential Oil From Fresh Celery on the Chemical Composition and Flavor
C. W. Wilson III, C. J. Wagner, Jr., R. E. Berry, M. K. Veldhuis
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Peel Oil Content of 'Valencia' Oranges
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson, S. V. Ting
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Enhancement of Color in Reconstituted Juice by Natural Means
Rodger W. Barron, Joseph F. Metcalf
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Equivalent Color Scores for Florida Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
R. L. Huggart, F. W. Wenzel,, Frank G. Martin
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A Study of Acidity Levels and Adenosine Triphosphate Concentration in Various Citrus Fruits
Bela S. Buslig, John A. Attaway
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Maturity Changes in Pectic Substances and Citric Acid of Florida Lemons
A. H. Rouse, L. C. Knorr
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Post-Harvest Treatment of Citrus Fruit to Increase Brix/Acid Ratio
J. H. Brummer, B. Roe
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Cloud Stability in the Absence of Various Orange Juice Soluble Components
Robert A. Baker, Joseph H. Bruemmer
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Retention of Volatiles in Foam-Mat Dried and Freeze-Dried Orange Juice
Robert E. Berry, James L. Froscher
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Multi-Purpose Gels Used in Preparing New Citrus Products
E. L. Moore, A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins,, E. C. Hill
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Gel-Coated Ready-to-Serve Grapefruit Halves
A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore, C. D. Atkins, W. Grierson, D. S. Bryan
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Differential Abscission of Citrus Leaves, Mature and Immature Fruits by Ethylene, Ethrel, and Cycloheximide
M. A. Ismail
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Benlate, an Experimental Postharvest Citrus Fungicide
A. A. McCornack, G. Eldon Brown
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Parameters Controlling the Use of 2-Aminobutane Fumigation for Decay Control in Fresh and Cannery Citrus Fruit
W. Grierson
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A Comparison of Postharvest Fungicides for Decay Control of Florida Oranges
John J. Smoot, C. F. Melvin
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European Demand Relationships for Processed Citrus Products Exported From the United States
Robert H. Priscott, Leo Polopolus
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Review of Line Check Data Showing Bacterial Contamination in Processing Frozen Orange Concentrate
D. I. Murdock
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Endosperm Cytokinesis in 'Early Amber' Peach
W. B. Sherman, D. W. Buchanan
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Post-Bloom Thinning of Florida Peaches with 2-Chloroethylphosphonic Acid
J. A. Blake, R. H. Biggs, D. W. Buchanan
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Peach Fruit Maturity as Influenced by Growth Regulators
G. F. Martin, D. W. Buchanan, R. H. Biggs
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Tree Heet for Frost Protection of Peaches
J. F. Gerber, D. W. Buchanan, G. R. Davis
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Effect of Chilling on Ethylene Production, Senescence, and Abscission in Leaves of Evergreen and Deciduous Fruit Trees
W. C. Cooper, P. C. Reece
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Correcting Magnesium Deficiency of Limes Grown on Calcareous Soils with Magnesium Nitrate
R. C. J. Koo, T. W. Young
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Plant Propagation, a Half Century of Progress in Florida
Roy O. Nelson
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Florida's Role in the Development of Tropical Horticulture—In Entomology and Nematology
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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Florida's Role in the Development of Tropical Horticulture—In Plant Pathology
R. A. Conover
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Florida's Role in the Development of Tropical Horticulture—In Mineral Nutrition of Fruit Trees
S. E. Malo
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Food Technology Developments Related to Tropical Horticulture in Florida
R. A. Dennison
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Sub-Tropical Peaches and Nectarines
R. H. Sharpe
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Tropical Fruit Varieties and Collections in Florida
John Popenoe
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The Value of Systematic Pomology in Tropical Fruit Culture
Wilson Popenoe
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Florida's Past and Potential Contribution to the Changing Needs of Latin American Horticulture
Ernesto H. Casseres
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Florida's Future Role in the Tropics
A. H. Krezdorn
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Final Report on Some Mango Hybrids—1969
David Sturrock
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Degenerate Mango Ovaries
Thomas T. Sturrock
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Mineral Composition of Florida Mango Leaves
T. W. Young, Robert C. J. Koo
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Response of Iron Chlorotic Avocado Trees on Rockdale Soil to Certain Iron Treatments
T. W. Young
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Recent Developments in Tropical Fruit Crops
W. B. Storey
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Ornamental

Observations on Cultivars of Commercial Chrysanthemums to Ascochyta Blight and Three Petal Spot Diseases
Arthur W. Engelhard
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340 - 343
Nematodes and Cover Crops in Chrysanthemum Ranges
A. J. Overman
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Effects of Accumulation of Excess Photosynthate in Chrysanthemum Leaves
S. S. Woltz
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Market News Reports for Florists' Products: Change and Challenge
Elmo F. Scarborough, Cecil N. Smith, Fred H. Beshears
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352 - 361
Gladiolus Corm Dips for Root-Knot Control
A. J. Overman
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Cephalosporium Leaf Sot of Syngonium Podophyllum Schott
S. A. Alfieri, C. Wehlburg
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Bacterial Leaf Spot of Dracaena Sanderiana
J. W. Miller, C. Wehlburg
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The Distribution and Pathogenicity of Erwinia Chrysanthemi Burkholder et al. to Syngonium Podophyllum Schott
J. F. Knauss, C. Wehlburg
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Control of Botrytis Cinerea Diseases on Chrysanthemum, Carnation, Rose, Snapdragon, Petunia and Phalaenopsis Flowers
R. O. Magie
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Fungicidal Control of Ascochyta Chrysanthemi
G. L. Crane, C. Jackson
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Effects of Fungicides on Flower Quality of Commercial Chrysanthemums in Florida
Arthur W. Engelhard
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Control of Botrytis Cinerea Disease on Cut Flowers of Gladiolus by Sublimation of Fungicides
R. O. Magie
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Characteristics of Retail Outlets Selling Nursery Products in Florida
Cecil N. Smith
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Rooting Response of Four Ornamental Species Propagated in Various Media
R. T. Poole
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Influence of Various Commercial Floral Preservatives of 8-Hydroxyquinoline Citrate Plus Sucrose on Development and Lasting Ability of Flower Buds of Several Chrysanthemum Cultivars
F. J. Marousky
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Effect of Ratios of NH4 to NO3 and Levels of N and K on Chemical Content of Chrysanthemum Morifolium 'Bright Golden Ann'
Jasper N. Joiner, William E. Knoop
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Mechanical Joining of Scion to Stock in Apical Grafting of Roses and Other Plants
S. E. McFadden, Jr.
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Conditioning Gladiolus Spikes to Maintenance of Fresh Weight With Pre-treatments of 8-Hydroxyquinoline Citrate Plus Sucrose
F. J. Marousky
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Some Ornamental Plants Excreting Respiratory Irritants
Julia F. Morton
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Effects of Slow Release and Readily Available Nitrogen Sources and Three Nitrogen Levels on Growth, Quality and Chemical Composition of Ilex Opaca 'East Palatka'
R. D. Dickey
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Responses of Pot-Grown Chrysanthemum Morifolium 'Yellow Delaware* to Media, Watering and Fertilizer Levels
Charles A. Conover
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Some Observations on Imports and Exports of Floricultural Products With Special Reference to Latin America
Cecil N. Smith, Will E. Waters
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Back Matter

 
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