Vol 74 (1961)

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

The Challenge of the Sixties
A. Worley Brown
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Education - What's It Worth to Florida's Horticultural Industries?
M. O. Watkins
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7 - 12
Do Adhesives Improve Mite Control?
Roger B. Johnson
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13 - 17
Program for Breeding Citrus Rootstocks Tolerant to Phytophthora Root Rot
J. R. Furr, J. B. Carpenter
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18 - 23
Influences of Some Virus and Genetic Conditions on the Growth of Tahiti Lime
M. Cohen, G. D. Ruehle, F. B. Lincoln
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24 - 28
Parasitism of Purple Scale and Florida Red Scale in Florida Citrus Groves
M. H. Muma, D. W. Clancy
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29 - 31
Effect of Nitrogen Source, Rate, and pH on the Production and Quality of Marsh Grapefruit
P. F. Smith, G. K. Rasmussen
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32 - 37
Field Evaluation of Experimental Materials to Control Citrus Mites
Arthur K. Burditt, Jr., Allen G. Selhime, Herbert Spencer
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38 - 42
Effect of Fusarium Upon the Growth of Seedlings of Several Burrowing Nematode-Tolerant Citrus Rootstocks
William A. Feder, Harry W. Ford
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43 - 45
The Status of Chemical Weed Control in Florida Citriculture
J. T. McCown, D. W. Kretchman
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46 - 49
Additional Citrus Rootstock Selections That Tolerate the Burrowing Nernatode
Harry W. Ford, William A. Feder
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50 - 52
The Rate and Timing of Nitrogen for Grapefruit on Lakeland Fine Sand
John W. Sites, I. W. Wander, E. J. Deszyck
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53 - 57
Results of Spray Programs on Tangerines in Relation to Scale Control and Fruit Color
W. L. Thompson, R. F. Brooks, M. F. Oberbacher
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58 - 61
A Nitrogen Rate and Arsenic Spray Experiment on Marsh Grapefruit in the Indian River Area
Herman J. Reitz, R. R. Hunziker
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62 - 66
Recent Developments in Pruning Citrus
D. W. Kretchman, A. H. Krezdorn
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67 - 74
Comparison of Nitrogen Rates and Sources for Pineapple Oranges
Ivan Stewart, C. D. Leonard, I. W. Wander
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75 - 78
A Comparison of Ten Nitrogen Sources for Valencia Oranges
C. D. Leonard, Ivan Stewart, I. W. Wander
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79 - 85
The Distribution and Uptake of Soil Moisture in Citrus Groves
R. C. J. Koo
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86 - 89
Evaluation of Fertilizer Practices for Youn,g Orange Trees
G. K. Rasmussen, P. F. Smith
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90 - 94
Toxicity and Accumulation of Salts in Citrus Trees on Various Rootstocks in Texas
W. C. Cooper
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95 - 103
Influence of Pollinators on Fruit Set on Robinson and Osceola Tangerine Hybrids
Philip C. Reece, Robert O. Register
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104 - 106
Ten Years of Tristeza in Florida
Gerald G. Norman, H. Burnett, W. C. Price, T. J. Grant
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107 - 111
Wind Machine Experience in Florida Citrus Groves, 1958-1961
James T. Griffiths, C. H. Hendershot
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112 - 117
Relation of Color to Quality in Murcott Honey Oranges
William G. Long
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118 - 122
A Comparative Evaluation of Rootstocks for Valencia and Parson Brown Oranges on Lakeland Fine Sand
F. E. Gardner, George E. Horanic
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123 - 127

Vegetable

Leaf Miner Control on Tomatoes in the Indian River Area
Norman C. Hayslip
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128 - 130
Leaf Mining Insects, Especially the Serpentine Miners on Vegetable Crop Plants and Their Control
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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131 - 133
Control of Leaf Miner on Watermelon in Central and South Florida
W. C. Adlerz
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134 - 136
Notes on the Biology and Control of Serpentine Leafminer (s) in the Everglades
William G. Genung, Emmett D. Harris, Jr.
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137 - 142
Summary of Leaf Miner Control in Florida
James E. Brogdon
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Evaluation of Tek-Manka as a Source of Manganese for Plants
Benjamin Wolf
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144 - 147
Progress on the Control of Southern Bacterial Wilt on Trellis-Grown Tomatoes in South Florida
R. S. Cox
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New Trend in Tomato Culture in the Gulf Coast Area
D. G. A. Kelbert
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151 - 155
Problems Associated With Insect Control on Tomatoes
E. G. Kelsheimer
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156 - 157
The Effect of Superphosphates on Watermelon Yields
Paul H. Everett
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158 - 160
Bacterial Spot Control of Pepper With Streptomycin in Central Florida
J. F. Darby
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161 - 165
A Relationship of Chemical Weed Control to Corn Stem Weevil Control on Sweet Corn
Emmett D. Harris, Jr., J. R. Orsenigo
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166 - 168
DDT and Sevin for Earworm Control on Sweet Corn in the Everglades
Emmett D. Harris, Jr.
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169 - 170
Verticillium Wilt of Okra and Southern Pea in Southern Florida
James W. Strobel
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171 - 174
Development in Florida of a Different Pathogenic Race of the Fusarium Wilt of Tomato Organism
R. E. Stall
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175 - 177
Effects of Spacing, Fertilizer, and Variety Upon Pepper Yields
Henry Y. Ozaki
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178 - 179
Control of Soil Rot of Cucumber by Plastic Mulch and Certain Fungicides
John Paul Jones
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180 - 182
Resistance of Commercial Watermelon Varieties to Fusarium Wilt
N. C. Schenck
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183 - 185
The Effects of Calcium Supply in the Soil on the Size and Yield of Sebago Potatoes
John G. A. Fiskell
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186 - 190
Nut Grass Control in Irish Potatoes
John C. Noonan
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191 - 192
Some Observations on Food Store Produce Operations
Cecil N. Smith
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193 - 196
The Effect of Sawdust Incorporation in a Soil on Growth of Irish Potatoes and Sweet Corn
S. J. Locascio, V. F. Nettles, J. R. Neller
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Nematodes Associated with Pangolagrass Pastures
A. J. Overman
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201 - 203
Effect of Defloration, Defruiting, Nitrogen and Calcium on the Growth and Fruiting Responses of Bell Peppers
Kirti Singh, Victor F. Nettles
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204 - 208
Production of Spring Vegetables Under Shade
Harold W. Young
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209 - 216

Handling & Processing

Newer Trends in Export and Domestic Shipment of Grapefruit
M. F. Oberbacher, H. M. Vines
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217 - 218
Grapefruit Seed Oil
Rudolph Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson
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219 - 222
Recent Studies of the Effect of Pectinesterase on the Stability of Frozen Concentrated Orange Juices
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins, E. L. Moore
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223 - 225
Influence of Maturity and Storage Conditions on Chipping Qualities of Sebago Potatoes
R. A. Dennison
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226 - 232
Southern Pea Varieties, Culture and Harvesting as Related to Production for Handling and Processing
L. H. Halsey
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233 - 236
Perforations in Polyethylene Bags as Related to Decay of Oranges
F. W. Hayward, M. F. Oberbacher, W. Grierson
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237 - 238
Factors Affecting the Autoxidation of d-Limonene During Storage
William F. Newhall, James W. Kesterson
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239 - 242
Changes in Carbon Dioxide Concentrations Within Fruit and Containers During Storage
H. M. Vines, M. F. Oberbacher
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243 - 246
Picking Citrus Fruit by Mechanical Means
G. E. Coppock
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247 - 251
Effects of Continuous Refrigeration on the Keeping Qualities of Oranges
F. W. Hayward, M. F. Oberbacher
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252 - 255
Browning Enzymes of Eggplant
F. W. Knapp
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256 - 258
A Study of the Microbiological Activity and Other Deterioration in Cold Storage of Fresh Southern Peas
G. D. Kuhn
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259 - 261
The Total Carotenoid and Carotene Content of Florida Orange Concentrate
S. V. Ting
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262 - 267
Specific Gravity, Weight, and Solids Relationships in Watermelons
R. K. Showalter
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Some Observations on Holding 6-oz. Cans of Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice at Room Temperature and 40-Degrees F. - A Preliminary Report
D. I. Murdock, Charles H. Brokaw
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Harvesting Southern Peas With Less Labor
E. S. Holmes
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Biochemical Aspects of Fruit Metabolism
H. M. Vines
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280 - 281
Breeding Southern Peas for Processing
A. P. Lorz
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282 - 284
Effect of Injury and Fruit Maturity on Susceptibility of Florida Citrus Fruit to Green Mold
John J. Smoot, C. F. Melvin
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285 - 286
Equilibrium Moisture Content of Orange Juice Powders at Low Relative Humidities
Charles J. Wagner, Jr.
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287 - 290
Techniques in the Isolation of Volatile Materials from Celery and the Identification of Some Compounds with Acidic Properties
Harvey J. Gold, Charles W. Wilson
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291 - 296

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Rare Fruit Council Activities 1960-61
Wm. F. Whitman, Laymond M. Hardy
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297 - 303
Papaya Virus Control
S. U. Stambaugh
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304 - 305
Will Lungan Ever Come of Age in Florida?
Chi-Tung Sidney Chen
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306 - 308
Mango Breeding Investigations
James G. Gosselink, Murray H. Gaskins
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309 - 312
Wild Plants for Survival in South Florida
Julia F. Morton
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313 - 338
A Changing Picture-Tropical Fruit Industry in Dade County
Seymour Goldweber
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339 - 342
Preparation of Oolitic Limestone Soil for Agricultural Use
Burt Colburn, Seymour Goldweber
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343 - 345
History of Mangos and Other Tropical Fruits in Palm Beach County
M. U. Mounts
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346 - 347
Developing New Peach Varieties for Florida
R. H. Sharpe
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348 - 352
Influence of Pruning on Yield and Size of Peaches
J. S. Shoemaker, H. W. Young
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353 - 355
Pollination Requirements of Flordagrand Blackberry
J. S. Shoemaker
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356 - 357
Flowering and Fruiting Behavior of Brewster Lychees in Florida
T. W. Young, R. W. Harkness
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358 - 362
Comparison of Yields of Polyembryonic and Monoembryonic Mangos
Carl W. Campbell
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363 - 364
Leaf Analysis Survey of Avocado Groves in Florida
John Popenoe, P. G. Orth, R. W. Harkness
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365 - 366
Temperature and the Dormancy of Peach Seeds
K. S. Chauhan, J. W. Sites, R. H. Biggs
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The Need for Mango Breeding
Thomas T. Sturrock
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Influence of Gibberellic Acid, Naphthaleneacetic Acid, Indole-3-Acetic Acid and Maleic Hydrazide on Peach Bud Dormancy
K. S. Chauhan, J. W. Sites, R. H. Biggs
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374 - 377

Ornamental

The Kinds of Palms at the Fairchild Tropical Garden
Robert W. Read
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378 - 381
Effective Use of Soil Nematicides for Gladiolus
A. J. Overman
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382 - 385
Pre-storage Treatment of Lily Bulbs with Nematicides
A. J. Overman
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386 - 387
Control of Root-Lesion Nematodes, Pratylenchus Penetrans on Rosa Fortuneana Stock
S. E. McFadden, Jr., A. A. Di Edwardo
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388 - 392
Preliminary Studies on Eradication of Root-Knot in Caladium Tubers
H. L. Rhoades
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393 - 396
Effects of Four Cutting Heights and Three Nitrogen Levels on Bermuda, Zoysia and St. Augustine Grasses
J. N. Joiner, G. C. Horn, B. A. Auld
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Control of Rose Leaf Diseases in Florida
H. N. Miller
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400 - 403
Extension Services Cater to Ornamental Horticulturists
L. J. Daigle
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A Decade of Growth in the Florida Flower and Nursery Industry
Cecil N Smith
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Production of Florida Foliage Plants Today and Tomorrow
James B. Vosters
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Early Detection of Developing Deficiencies by Laboratory Analysis of Foliage
Roy A Bair
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Controlling Insect and Fungal Pests with Organotin
Selwyn J. Bein
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416 - 417
A Study of the Dowicide B Gladiolus Pre-Plant Corm Dip Treatment
Tom Eastwood
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418 - 423
Calycophyllum Spruceanum, a New Flowering Tree for South Florida
Carl W. Campbell
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Use of Soil Fumigants in the Production of Gladiolus Corms from Cormels
W. E. Waters, D. S. Burgis, A. J. Overman
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The Genus Platycerium
James Floyde Griffin, Jr.
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Flashlighting Chrysanthemums
T. J. Sheehan
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Effects of Nitrogen and Potassium Levels and Two Application Intervals on Growth and Chemical Composition of Rhododendron Indicum and Viburnum Suspensum
R. D. Dickey, R. T. Poole, J. N. Joiner
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Marketing Nursery Products in Pinellas County
Cecil N. Smith
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Effect of Three Shipping Containers on Freezing Injury to Philodendron Oxycardium
R. D. Dickey
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Effects of Nitrogen and Potassium Levels on Growth, Flowering and Chemical Composition of Zinnia and Marigold
Jasper N. Joiner, Jake T. Gruis
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Back Matter

 
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