Vol 75 (1962)

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

Citrus Breeding in Florida—Past, Present and Future
W. C. Cooper, P. C. Reece, J. R. Furr
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5 - 12
Field Trials with a Wind Machine
J. F. Gerber, J. N. Busby
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13 - 18
The Medfly Strikes the Third Time
William Gardner Cowperthwaite
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Some Possible Economic Consequences of a Severe Outbreak of Tristeza to the Florida Orange Industry
Roy G. Stout, Cecil N. Smith, Wilson B. Riggan, Chen Tuan
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21 - 24
Aculus Pelekassi Keifer, Another Citrus Mite in Florida
H. A. Denmark
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25 - 26
Combatting Iron Oxide Deposits in Drain Lines
Harry W. Ford, W. F. Spencer
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27 - 31
A Topping Machine for Florida Citrus Groves
P. J. Jutras, D. W. Kretchman
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32 - 34
The Influence of Pruning on Size and Quality of Florida Grapefruit
D. W. Kretchman, P. J. Jutras
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35 - 41
Malpractices in the Citrus Nursery That Predispose Grove Trees to Disease
L. C. Knorr
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42 - 48
Distribution of Microorganisms, Citrus Feeder Roots, Nitrate Production and Nutrients in The Profile of Leon, Scranton, Immokalee, and Blanton Fine Sands
Harry W. Ford, Charles F. Eno
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49 - 52
The Influence of Chemical Fruit-Set Sprays on Yield and Quality of Citrus
A. H. Krezdorn, M. Cohen
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53 - 60
A Comparison of Rootstocks for Tahiti Lime on Rockdale Soils in Florida
C. W. Campbell, F. B. Lincoln
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61 - 62
The Influence of Cultivation and Weed Control in Jamaican Citrus
R. E. Wyss
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63 - 66
The Use of Leaf, Fruit, and Soil Analysis in Estimating Potassium Status of Orange Trees
R. C. J. Koo
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67 - 72
Range of Pathogenicity of Florida Cultures of The Foot Rot Fungus
Gordon R. Grimm, Rodney Whidden
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Aseptic Growth of Radopholus Similis (Cobb) Thorne on Okra Root Callus Tissue
William A. Feder, Philip C. Hutchins, Rodney Whidden
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74 - 76
A Nitrogen Source Experiment with Valencia Oranges on Two Soil Types in the Indian River Area
David V. Calvert, R. R. Hunziker, Herman J. Reitz
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77 - 81
Effects of 1961-62 Winter Freezes on Valencia Oranges in Florida, Texas and California
W. C. Cooper, Ascension Peynado, J. R. Furr
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82 - 88
The Effectiveness of Ethion Against Mites that Feed on Florida Citrus
Roger B. Johnson
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89 - 93
Citrus Exports and The European Common Market
Cecil N. Smith
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94 - 98
Preference and Use of Pesticides on Citrus During a Ten Year Period
William A. Simanton
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99 - 103
Thirty-Year Records (1932-1961) of Costs and Productivity of Marsh Grapefruit in Southern Lake County
Werner Husmann, Louis W. Ziegler, Marshall R. Godwin
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104 - 109
Character Differences Among Seedlings of the Persian Lime
Philip C. Reece, J. F. L. Childs
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110 - 116
Past and Present in The Citrus Industry
A. F. Camp
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117 - 119
A Case of Sodium Toxicity in Citrus
Paul F. Smith
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120 - 124

Vegetable

A Comparison of In-The-Row and Over-All Soil Fumigation for the Control of Plant Nematodes
H. L. Rhoades, W. T. Scudder, E. S. Holmes
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125 - 129
Herbicides for Cabbage, Cauliflower and Broccoli
D. S. Burgis
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Lime and Minor Element Studies with Watermelons
S. J. Locascio, H. W. Lundy
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131 - 135
Lightning Damage in Watermelon Fields
J. M. Crall
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136 - 138
Plant Nematode Distribution as Affected by Crop History of Sandy Soils in South Florida
J. A. Winchester, N. C. Hayslip, A. E. Ketschmer, Jr.
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139 - 142
Insecticidal Control of the Cabbage Looper, Trichoplusia NI (HBN.) in the Hastings, Florida Area
R. B. Workman
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143 - 145
The Response of Sweet Peppers in Everglades Organic Soils to Pand K Fertilization
Charles C. Hortenstine
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146 - 152
Adaptable Varieties, Herbicides and Plant Spacing for Bulb Onions on Sandy Land
D. G. A. Kelbert, D. S. Burgis
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153 - 155
Effect of Time of Seeding and Varieties on Onion Production and Quality When Grown in Two Soil Types
V. L. Guzman, N. C. Hayslip
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156 - 162
The Survey of Xanthomonas Vesicatoria Resistance to Streptomycin
P. L. Thayer, R. E. Stall
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163 - 165
Effects of Amino Acid Antimetabolites Upon Nematodes and Tomatoes
A. J. Overman, S. S. Woltz
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166 - 169
Comparison of Covered to Non-Covered Side Dressing of Urea, Ammonium Nitrate, Uran, Feran and Calcium Nitrate on Sweet Corn
G. M. Volk
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170 - 175
Effectiveness of Various Methods of Applying Systemic Insecticides to Tomatoes
R. M. Baranowski
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176 - 179
Tomato Variety Evaluation on Sandy Soils for Pink Harvest
Norman C. Hayslip, Paul H. Everett
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180 - 183
Insecticides and Intervals Between Applications for Leafminer Control on Celery
Emmett D. Harris, Jr.
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184 - 188
Weed Control in Celery with CDAA and CDEC
J. R. Orsenigo
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189 - 195
Concentration of N6 Benzyladenine, Temperature and Time Effects on Retardation of Senescence in Celery and Endive
V. L. Guzman
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196 - 200
Fertilizer Experiments with Spinach
R. B. Forbes, P. J. Westgate
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201 - 205
Forecasting Late Blight of Potato at Hastings, Florida
A. H. Eddins
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206 - 208
Compatibility of Insecticides, Fungicides, and Foliar Fertilizers on Watermelon
N. C. Schenck, W. C. Adlerz
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209 - 211
Progress Report on Pole Bean Breeding at the Sub-Tropical Experiment Station
Robert A. Conover
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212 - 214
Strawberry Nursery Weed Control
S. J. Locascio
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215 - 217
Time of Planting and Harvesting of Tender Vegetable Crops in the Quincy, Florida, Area
H. W. Young
218 - 219
Electrostatic Dusting in Beans
T. W. Casselman, P. L. Thayer, Wm. G. Genung
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220 - 222
Fungicidal Control of Watermelon Foliage Diseases, 1958-1961
N. C. Schenck, J. M. Crall
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223 - 228
Growth Rates and Projecting Yields in Celery Production
Roy G. Stout, Raymond H. Hancock
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229 - 233
A Brief History of the Commercial Vegetable Industry
F. S. Jamison
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234 - 235
Possibilities of Improving Eating Quality of Shipped Fresh Corn with the High Sugar Retention Property of the Shrunken 2 Character
Emil A. Wolf
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236 - 239
Evaluation of Petroleum and Plastic Resin Sprays as Soil Sealants and Mulches for Vegetables
J. F. Darby, W. T. Scudder, B. F. Whitner
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240 - 248
A Study of Sources, Rates and Methods of Application of Nitrogen on Sweet Corn
W. K. Robertson
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249 - 252
Growing Tomatoes and Cucumbers with High Analysis Fertilizer and Plastic Mulch
C. M. Geraldson
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253 - 259
Intraseasonal Variations in the Nutrient Content of Young Tomato Leaves
Paul G. Orth, R. W. Harkness
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260 - 268

Handling & Processing

Factors Influencing the Quality of Florida Canned Tomatoes
G. D. Kuhn, R. A. Dennison
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269 - 272
Dehydration Studies of Lychee Fruit
G. D. Kuhn
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273 - 277
Consumer Preference for High-Sugar Sweet Corn Varieties
R. K. Showalter, L. W. Miller
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278 - 280
The Blue Lake Grape and Its Potential for Processed Juice
R. A. Dennison, L. H. Stover
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281 - 282
Ascorbic Acid Oxidase in Citrus
H. M. Vines, M. F. Oberbacher
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283 - 286
Progress and Trends in Prepackaging Florida Fruits and Vegetables
John L. Ginn
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287 - 288
Three Year Study on Hesperidin Recovery as Related to Valencia Orange Maturity
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson
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289 - 291
The Relationships among Several Physical and Chemical Measurements Made on Oranges
W. C. Long
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292 - 294
Some Effects of Treatment Conditions on the Color-Adding of Temple Oranges
F. W. Hayward, W. G. Long, M. F. Oberbacher
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295 - 296
Harvesting Citrus Fruit With An Inertia Shaker
G. E. Coppock, J. J. Jutras
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297 - 301
Water Damage in the Hydrocooling of Citrus Fruits
F. W. Hayward
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302 - 303
Varietal Differences in Firmness and Placental Breakdown on Tomatoes
C. B. Hall, J. M. Walter
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304 - 306
The Occurrence and Evaluation of Pectin in Component Parts of Valencia Oranges During Maturation
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins, E. L. Moore
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307 - 310
The Effects of Storage Conditions on Sugar Content of Fresh Blackeye Peas
F. W. Knapp, G. D. Kuhn
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311 - 317
Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice-Development and Significance
L. G. MacDowell, E. L. Moore, C. D. Atkins
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318 - 319
An Air-Flow Pattern for Truck Shipments of Citrus Packed in the 4/5-Bushel Corrugated Carton
Russell H. Hinds, Jr.
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320 - 322
Decay and Rind Breakdown of Oranges in Fiber-Board Cartons and Wirebound Boxes
A. A. McCornack, E. F. Hopkins
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323 - 325
Storage Requirements for Pope's Summer Orange
William G. Chance, Jr., Paul L. Harding
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326 - 330
Relation Between Hunter Color-Difference Meter Values and Visual Color of Commercial Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
F. W. Wenzel, R. L. Huggart
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331 - 335
Studies in the Dehydration of Celery
Harvey J. Gold
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336 - 341
Cloud and Flavor Stability in Relation to Density of Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
Theo J. Kew
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342 - 348
Further Observation on Holding 6-oz. Cans of Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice at Room Temperature and 40° F
D. I. Murdock, Charles H. Brokaw
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349 - 357

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Summer Avocado Varieties
John Popenoe
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358 - 360
Adaptation Trials of Tropical and Subtropical Fruits on Sandy Soils in Broward County, Florida
C. W. Campbell, J. Popenoe, H. Y. Ozaki
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Ferbam As a Control for Avocado Scab
George D. Ruehle, Robert A. Conover
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Effects Of Nitrogen, Potassium and Calcium Fertilization on Kent Mangos on Deep, Acid, Sandy Soil
T. W. Young, Robert C. J. Koo, James T. Miner
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364 - 370
Distribution of Peach Roots in Lakeland Fine Sand and the Influence of Fertility Levels
C. G. Lyons, Jr., A. H. Krezdorn
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371 - 376
The Performance of Peach Varieties at Quincy, Florida
H. W. Young
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Effect of Temperature on Germination of Okinawa Peach Seeds
R. H. Biggs, Mary C. Langan
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Papaya Fruit Fly Control
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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381 - 383
A Progress Report on Some Mango Hybrids
David Sturrock
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384 - 386
The Mango in Florida—1887 to 1962
H. W. Wolfe
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387 - 390
Blackberries for Central Florida
P. J. Westgate, R. B. Forbes
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391 - 392
Rare Fruit Council Activities 1961-62
Wm. F. Whitman, Joseph P. Biebel
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393 - 399
The Mamey
Julia F. Morton
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400 - 407
Some Factors Influencing the Properties of Lychee Jelly
G. D. Kuhn
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408 - 409
A New Technique for Inducing Early Fruiting in Mango Hybrids Based on the Movement of Hormones
L. B. Singh
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410 - 411
Pollination and Fruit Set of Yellow Passionfruit in Southern Florida
R. J. Knight, Jr., H. F. Winters
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412 - 417
Herbicide Trials with Young Tropical and Sub-tropical Fruit and Nut Trees
Murray H. Gaskins, Harold F. Winters
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418 - 420
Comparison of Wrapping and Scion Coating Materials in Grafting Pecans
S. E. McFadden, Jr.
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421 - 426

Ornamental

Preliminary Investigations of a Leaf Spot of Kelanchoe Spp.
Edward K. Sobers
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427 - 429
Jasminum Species in Cultivation in Florida and Their Correct Names
Robert W. Read
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430 - 436
Adaptation Trials of Cordia Species at Homestead, Florida
C. W. Campbell
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437 - 438
Changes in the Marketing of Foliage Plants
John R. Brooker, Cecil N. Smith
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439 - 442
Effect of Gamma Rays on Chrysanthemum Morifolium 'Bluechip' Grown at Various Nutritional Levels
R. T. Poole
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Growth and Flowering of Bougainvillea Glabra 'Sander' as Affected by Photoperiod and Levels of Nitrogen and Potassium
Jasper N. Joiner, R. D. Dickey, T. J. Sheehan
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Variable Photoperiod and CCC Effects on Growth and Flowering of Gardenia Jasminoides 'Veitchii'
J. N. Joiner, R. T. Poole
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Effects of Photoperiod, Propagation Date and Dwarfing Compounds on Growth and Flowering of Poinsettias
Jasper N. Joiner, T. J. Sheehan
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451 - 455
Stimulation of Pansy Bloom, Number and Diameter With Gamma Irradiation
A. T. Wallace
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456 - 459
Effects of Fertilization Rates and Frequencies on Potted Chrysanthemum Production
W. E. Waters
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460 - 463
Chemical Weed Control in Gladiolus Cormels
W. E. Waters
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464 - 468
Fluoride Toxicity in Gladiolus and Methods of Amelioration
S. S. Woltz
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469 - 471
Necrotic Ringspot, A Virus Disease of Ligustrum Spp.
Harry C. Burnett, Charles O. Youtsey
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472 - 475
Seventy-five Years of Ornamental Horticulture in Florida 1888-1962
John V. Watkins
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476 - 479
Pre-Emergence Weed Control in Field Grown Woody Ornamental Plants
J. L. Taylor
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480 - 483
Ornamental Plants with Toxic and/or Irritant Properties. II
Julia F. Morton
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Effects of Container Size, Time in Container and Transplanting Method on Growth of Podocarpus Macrophylla Maki, Rhododendron Indicum 'Formosa' and Ligustrum Japonicum
R. D. Dickey
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Distortion of Young Cedars by An Eriophyid Mite, Tirsetaeus Cupressi (K)
L. C. Kuitert
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Rosa Fortuneana Compared with Other Rose Rootstocks Grown in Florida
S. E. McFadden, Jr.
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Back Matter

 
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