Vol 77 (1964)

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 from Zineb Applications to the Root Zone of Citrus Seedlings
J. R. Hey, J. G. A. Fiskell
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Effect of Atmospheric Fluorides Upon Certain Metabolic Processes in Valencia Orange Leaves
S. S. Woltz, C. D. Leonard
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9 - 14
The Influence of Hydrocarbons on Photosynthesis of Citrus Leaves
R. T. McMillan, Jr., J. M. Riedhart
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15 - 20
Changes in Soil Composition During Twenty Years of Differential Phosphate Application
Paul F. Smith, G. Hrnciar, G. K. Scudder, Jr.
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21 - 25
Some Results of Fairfield Slag
R. C. J. Koo
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Effects of Arsenic on the Growth of Pineapple Orange Seedlings in Sand and Solution Nutrient Cultures
G. K. Rasmussen, W. H. Henry
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Effects of Rate and Frequency of Fertilizer Applications on Yield and Quality of Valencia Oranges in the Indian River Area
David V. Calvert, Herman J. Reitz
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The Effect of Rootstock, Soil Type, and Soil pH on Citrus Root Growth in Soils Subject Flooding
Harry W. Ford
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41 - 44
Foot Rot in Young Groves
Mortimer Cohen, Gordon R. Grimm, Fred W. Bistline
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45 - 51
Barriers for Spreading Decline Control
R. F. Suit, A. W. Feldman
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52 - 55
Burrowing Nematode Progress Report
Charles Poucher
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56 - 59
Stimulative and Nematocidal Effects of Ethion on Citrus Seedlings Parasitized by the Burrowing Nematode
A. C. Tarjan, W. M. Wouts
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60 - 65
Control of Citrus Snow Scale, Unaspis Citri (Comst.), in Florida
R. F. Brooks
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66 - 69
Brown Soft Scale in Texas
Rex B. Reinking
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Old and Nucellar Lines in the Foundation Grove of the Division of Plant Industry
G. G. Norman
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71 - 75
The Breeding Behavior of the 'Clementine' Tangerine
Philip C. Reese, C. Jack Hearn
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76 - 78
Citrus Breeding and Bud Selection in Japan
Masao Nishiura
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79 - 83
Effect of Napthaleneacetic Acid Spray and Hand Thinning on Size of Kinnow Mandarin Fruit in Arizona
R. H. Hilgeman, L. true, J. H. Dunlap
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84 - 86
Grove Heating: Some Thermodynamic Considerations
W. Grierson
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87 - 92
The Use of Heating Devices for Cold Protection
J. F. Gerber
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93 - 100
Diurnal and Seasonal Fluctuations of Trunk Growth of the Valencia Orange as Related to Climate
W. C. Cooper, G. K. Rasmussen, R. H. Hilgeman
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101 - 105
Detection of Tatter Leaf Virus of Citrus in Florida
Stephen M. Garnsey
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106 - 108
Nova TangeloAn Early Ripening Hybrid
P. C. Reece, C. J. Hearn, F. E. Gardner
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Increased Utilization of Oranges Through Improvement in Quality of Processed Products
F. W. Wenzel, E. L. Moore
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110 - 118

Vegetable

Impact of Sugar Cane Expansion on Vegetable Production in the Everglades
John H. Causey
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A Comparison of "String Trellising" Versus the Conventional Tying Methods of Supporting Staked Tomato
David G. A. Kelbert
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Influence of Row and Broadcast Fertilization on the Growth and Nutrient Status of Southern Grown Tomato Transplants
William S. Murphy
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122 - 127
Cucumber Variety Trials on the Sandy Soils of the Lower East Coast
Henry Y. Ozaki
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128 - 130
Prepackaging Pole Beans at Grower Level
B. D. Thompson
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131 - 136
Homogeneity of Sized Celery in Florida
D. D. Gull
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137 - 142
Sweet Corn Variety Trials at Zellwood
P. J. Westgage, R. B. Forbes, J. F. Darby
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143 - 146
Soil Temperature Effect on Germination of Celery Seed
V. L. Guzman
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147 - 151
Comparison of Two Planters for Sweet Corn
V. L. Guzman, W. H. Kahl
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152 - 155
Ripening of Three Varieties of Tomatoes as Influenced by Age of Fruit, PreRipening Temperature and Position on the Plant
B. D. Thompson, D. D. Gull, L. H. Halsey
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156 - 162
Variations in the Time To Reach the TurningColor Stage of Some Tomato Varieties and Lines Harvested at the MatureGreen Stage
C. B. Hall, J. M. Walter
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163 - 167
Tomato Fertility Trials on Sandy Soils
N. C. Hayslip, J. R. Hey
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168 - 171
Effects of Nitrogen Source, Phosphorus Fertilization, and Lime in Leon Fine Sand on Growth and Chemical Composition of Tomato Plants
Charles C. Hortenstine
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172 - 176
Tomato Seed Germination and Plant Growth in Relation to Soil Temperatures and Phosphorus Levels
C. A. Jaworski, V. J. Valli
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177 - 183
Effect of Nitrogenous Materials On Yield and Quality of Tomatoes
C. M. Geraldson
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184 - 185
Response of Collards to Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization
Paul Sutton
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Copper as a Factor in Watermelon Fertilization
S. J. Locascio, P. H. Everett, J. G. A. Fiskell
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190 - 193
Effects of Fertilizer Placement, Organic Nitrogen and Time of Mulching on Strawberry Yield
S. J. Locascio
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194 - 197
Response of Vegetables Grown in the Quincy Area on Norfolk Loamy Fine Sand to Fertilizer and Soil Amendments
W. K. Robertson, H. W. Young
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Influence of Chemical Deflowering and Defruiting on the Vegetative Growth and Fruit Set of Bell Peppers (Capsicum annum L.)
Kirti Singh, Victor F. Nettles
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204 - 209
Southern Potato Wireworm Control at Hastings, Florida
R. B. Workman
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210 - 211
Insecticide Combinations for Insect Control on Sweet Corn
Emmett D. Harris, Jr.
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212 - 218
Systemic Insecticides for Control of Insects Attacking Potatoes
R. M. Baranowski
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The Effect of Soil Applications of Six Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Insecticides on Vegetable Crops and Soil Microorganisms
C. F. Eno, Jr., J. W. Wilson, R. D. Chisholm, L. Koblitsky
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Some Vegetable Responses to Chlorophenoxy Herbicide Exposure
J. R. Orsenigo
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Effect of Crotalaria Spectabilis and Sesbania Exaltata on Plant Nematode Populations Subsequent Yield of Snap beans and Cabbage
H. L. Rhoades
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Factors in Reduction of Botrytis Cinerea Pers. Ex. Fr. Incidence on Tomato by Liming Practices
R. E. Stall, C. C. Hortenstine, J. R. Hey
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Fungicidal Control of Botrytis Cinerea Pers. Ex Fr. on Tomato
R. E. Stall
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Shoulder Pox, a New Disease on Tomato Fruit
R. S. Cox
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Blotchy Ripening Symptoms of Tomatoes and Procedures for Rating
P. A. Minges, Sidki Sadik
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Compatibility of Several Fungicides and Insecticides on Pepper
John Paul Jones, E. G. Kelsheimer
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248 - 251

Handling & Processing

The Ripening Response of Detached Tomato Fruits to Daily Exposures to High Temperatures
C. B. Hall
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252 - 255
Ear Size and Weight Characteristics of Florida Sweet Corn
R. K. Showalter
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256 - 261
Studies of Southern Pea Lipoxidase
F. W. Knapp
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262 - 266
Decay Control of Florida Citrus with 2 Aminobutane
A. A. McCornack, E. F. Hopkins
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267 - 270
Evaluation of Pectin in Component Parts of Pineapple Oranges During Maturation
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins, E. L. Moore
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271 - 273
Evaluation of Pectin in Component Parts of Silver Cluster Grapefruit During Maturation
A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore, C. D. Atkins
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The Degrees Brix & BrixAcid Ratios of Oranges Utilized by Florida Citrus Processors for the Seasons 1958-59 through 1963-64
G. F. Westbrook, E. C. Stenstrom
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Cannery Waste Disposal
Austin T. Rhoads
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284 - 285
The Taste of Citrus Juice: IV. Imitations and Drinks
R. W. Kilburn
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286 - 287
Chlorination of Fruit Conveying Systems in a Citrus Concentrate Plant
J. F. Folinazzo, D. I. Murdock, W. P. Segner, D. T. Maunder
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288 - 292
Microbiological and Storage Study of Chilled Orange Juice
Roger Patrick, E. C. Hill
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293 - 296
Detection of Diacetyl and Acetylmethylcarbinol in Proocessing Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice: A Preliminary Report
D. I. Murdock, R. E. Dennis
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Use of GasLiquid and Thin Layer Chromatographic Techniques in Orange Essence Analysis
John A. Attaway, Donald V. Hendrick, Richard W. Wolford
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305 - 306
Comparison of Orange Concentrate and FoamMat Powders Using Chromatographic Procedures
J. H. Tatum, G. L. Parks, R. E. Berry
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307 - 310
Bulk Density and Reconstitution Rates of FoamMat Dried Citrus Powders
Charles J. Wagner, Jr., O. W. Bissett, Robert E. Berry
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Some Factors Affecting the Level and Persisttence of Diphenyl Residues in Citrus Fruits
F. W. Hayward, G. J. Edwards
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315 - 317
Phenolic Amines in Citrus Juice
Ivan Stewart, T. A. Wheaton
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Debittering of Concentrated Grapefruit Juice with Naringinase
R. W. Olsen, E. C. Hill
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321 - 325
How Accurate is the Grading of Incoming Fruit for Culls?
W. J. Hepburn, W. J. Arey
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326 - 332
Price and Income Elasticities: Their Importance to Growers, Processors and Retailers
Roy G. Stout, Wilson B. Riggan
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333 - 337
Prices and Factors Affecting Price Behavior at Varioous Marketing Sectors for Florida Oranges
Wilson B. Riggan, Roy G. Stout
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338 - 341
Canned Grapefruit Sections and Canned Citrus Salad, as Affected in Final Drained Weight and Quality By Variations in Raw Fruit Brix During Three Packing Seasons
Robert D. Carter
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342 - 346
Seed Oils from Florida Mandarins and Related Varieties
Rudolph Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson
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347 - 350
Handling and Shipping Aspects of Newer Packaging Materials
A. A. Kopetz, C. E. Scruggs
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351 - 355

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Two New Fruits for Cultivation in South Florida
Carl W. Campbell
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Rooting Avocado Cuttings
F. J. Leal, A. H. Krezdorn
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358 - 362
Tropical Fruits on the Flatwoods
M. U. Mounts
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Notes on Brazos Blackberries in the Indian River Area
Norman C. Hayslip
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365 - 369
Effect of Low Temperature on Terminating BudDormancy of 'Okinawa,' 'Flordawon,' 'Flordahome,' and 'Nemaguard' Peaches
R. J. Gurdian, R. H. Biggs
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370 - 378
Topography, Rootstocks, Varieties and Tree Size as Factors in the Reaction of Mango Trees to Low Temperatures
Chanan Oppenheimer
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Effect of Nursery Stock Size on Peach Yields
Nathan Gammon, Jr., J. S. Shoemaker
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384 - 386
Rare Fruit Council Activities 1963-64
Wm. F. Whitman, Joseph P. Biebel
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Temperature Hazards to Peaches in Florida
K. D. Butson, J. F. Gerber
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Avocado Nutrition in California
Tom W. Embleton, W. W. Jones
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Influence of Nitrogen Source and Rate of Fertilization on Performance of Brewster Lychees
T. W. Young, R. C. J. Koo
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406 - 409
Parasitism of Six Nematode Species on Camellia sinensis
H. V. Morton
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410 - 414
Honeybee Plants of South Florida
Julia F. Morton
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The Effect of Radiation on Mold Populations on Fresh Lychees
M. S. Kramer, G. D. Kuhn
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436 - 437
Phytophthora Root and Stem Rot of Aloe
C. W. Averre III, J. E. Reynolds
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Distortion Ringspot, a Severe Virus Disease of Papaya in Florida
Robert A. Conover
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Mild Mosaic and Faint Mottle Ringspot, Two Papaya Virus Diseases of Minor Importance in Florida
Robert A. Conover
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444 - 448
The Effect of Calcium on Peach Root Development
A. A. Powell, A. H. Krezdorn, N. Gammon, Jr.
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Ornamental

Effect of Nematicides on Roses
A. J. Overman
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453 - 455
Rejunevation of Nematized Centipedegrass Turf with Chemical Drenches
A. C. Tarjan
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456 - 460
Cercospora Leafspotting Fungi that Attack Orchids in Florida
Harry C. Burnett
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Influence of Chemical Preservatives on Keeping Quality of Asters, Carnations, Chrysanthemums, and Gerbera Daisies
W. E. Waters
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Influence of Nitrogen and Potassium Nutrition on Production, KeepingQuality and Chemical Composition of the Miniature Carnation
W. E. Waters
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Effect of Nitrogen and Potassium Nutrition on the Phytophthora Leaf Spot of Philodendron Oxycardium
Roy W. Harkness, J. E. Reynolds
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Some Tetranychid Mites on Florida Ornamental Crops, and Laboratory Studies of their Susceptibility to Miticides
S. H. Kerr
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481 - 483
DiseaseFree Production of Foliage Plants
A. P. Martinez
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484 - 485
Cercospora Diseaes of Ligustrum
E. K. Sobers
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A Leaf spot of Senecio Confusus Caused by Alternaria Senecionis
E. K. Sobers
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490 - 494
Marketing Channels for Florida Commercial Turf Grasses
Cecil N. Smith, Robert H. Brewster
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Opinions and Practices of Lending Agencies and Real Estate Operators Toward Nursery Landscaping
Cecil N. Smith
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498 - 501
The Winter Sweet, Acokanthera Spectabilis, A Fine Ornamental for South Florida
Eric V. Golby
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Improper Diagnosis of Law Problems
Gilbert Marshall Whitton, Jr.
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503 - 504
Some Symptoms of Malnutrition in Roses
J. R. Iley, T. W. Young
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505 - 510
Translocation and Metabolic Effects of Fluorides in Gladiolus Leaves
S. S. Woltz
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Distinctive Effects of Root Versus Leaf Acquired Fluorides
S. S. Woltz
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Present Status of Tissue Analyses in Diagnosing Fertilizer Needs of Chrysanthemum Morifolium
Jasper N. Joiner
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Effects of Watering Frequencies and Dwarfing Chemicals on Growth, Flowering and Chemical Composition of Liliwm Longiflorum 'Georgia'
T. J. Sheehan, Jasper N. Joiner
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The Growth and Biochemical Responses of 'Barbara Ecke Supreme' Poinsettias to Nitrogen and Growth Retardants
Jasper N. Joiner, T. J. Sheehan
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Effects of Varying Levels of Nitrogen and Potassium on Cold Hardiness of 'George Tabor' Azaleas
Jasper N. Joiner, E. R. Ellis, Jr.
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Effect of Certain Cultural Factors on Growth and Chemical Composition of Rhodendendron Indicum 'Formosa'
R. D. Dickey, R. T. Poole, Jasper N. Joiner
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A Simple LiquidCulture Method of Growing Plants
Alan D. Conger
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Close-up Photography of Horticulture Subjects
Lewis Samuel Maxwell
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The Effect of Phosfon and Gibberellic Acid on the Growth and Chemical Composition of Chrysanthemum Morifolium 'Blue Chip'
John F. Cabler
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PostHarvest Fungicides to Control Fusarium Disease of Gladiolus
Robert O. Magie
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PreEmergence Weed Control and Phytotoxicity in Field Grown Woody Ornamental Plants
Charles A. Conover
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Back Matter

 
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