Vol 71 (1958)

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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iii - xxiiii
Florida Freezes of 1957 - 1958
Warren O. Johnson
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Vegetable

Results of Watermelon Fertilizer Trials at Gainesville and Live Oak in 1958
V. F. Nettles, H. W. Lundy
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13 - 14
Potato Variety Tests at Hastings
E. N. McCubbin, A. H. Eddins
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15 - 19
DDT and Parathion Residues on Florida Sweet Corn
C. H.van Middelem, Emmett D. Harris, Jr.
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20 - 24
Investigations for Control of Insects Attacking the Pods of Table Legumes
W. G. Genung
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25 - 28
Serpentine Leaf Miner Control on Pole Beans
R. M. Baranowski
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29 - 30
Virus Diseases Affecting Vegetables in South Florida
John N. Simons
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31 - 33
Comparison of Insecticide Sprays and Granules for Corn Budworm Control
D. S. Harrison, Emmett D. Harris, Jr.
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34 - 37
Chemical Control of Nematodes Parasitic on Turf and Sweet Corn
William Lautz
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38 - 40
Massive Insecticide Seed Treatment, Wireworm Control, and Sweet Corn Seedling Emergence
Emmett D. Harris, Jr.
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41 - 42
Recovery of Pepper Plants Injured by Freezes in the 1957-58 Season
H. Y. Ozaki
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43 - 44
The Jacksonville Produce Distribution Area
E. F. Scarborough
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45 - 50
The Effect of Irrigation on The Chemical Composition of Tomato Leaves
John L. Malcolm, Roy W. Harkness
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51 - 53
Yields of Shallots Affected by Soil Pesticide Treatments
E. G. Kelsheimer
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54 - 55
Fungicides for the Control of Late Blight of Celery
J. F. Darby
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56 - 58
Lithium as a Fungicide on Celery
J. F. Darby, P. J. Westgate
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59 - 62
Florida Sawdust for Home Hydroponics
Seton N. Edson
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63 - 66
Need for Continued Research and Development of Seed for Florida Conditions
Leon W. Miller
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67 - 68
Effect of Urea Nitrogen on Nutritional Leaf Roll of Tomatoes
Gaylord M. Volk
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69 - 73
Florida Versus California Celery in the Midwest Consumer Market
Marshall R. Godwin
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74 - 78

Citrus

Effects of Sub-Freezing Temperatures on the Viability of Citrus Seeds
George E. Horanic, F. E. Gardner
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79 - 80
Influence of Various Rootstocks on the Cold Resistance of the Scion Variety of Citrus
F. E. Gardner, G. E. Horanic
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81 - 85
Unfruitfulness in the Orlando Tangelo
A. H. Krezdorn, F. A. Robinson
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86 - 91
Wind Machines for Frost Protection in Florida
James G. Georg
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92 - 94
Rust Mite Control with Materials Applied in Oil Emulsion
Roger B. Johnson
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95 - 98
Soil Application of Zinc for Citrus on Acid Sandy Soil
C. D. Leonard, Ivan Stewart, George Edwards
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99 - 105
The Effects of Phosphate and Lime Applications on Growth, Root Distribution, and Freeze Injury of Young Grapefruit Trees
W. F. Spencer
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106 - 113
Weed Control in Citrus Planting Sites
W. A. Simanton
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114 - 117
Reaction of Zineb With Copper Compounds, Oil Deposits When Applied with Zineb, and Deposits of Zineb, when Applied with a Variety of Materials
J. J. McBride, Jr.
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118 - 122
Finding the Best Lemon for Florida — A Report of Progress: I. The Growing of Lemons in Florida: Historical, Varietal, and Cultural Considerations
L. C. Knorr
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123 - 128
Finding the Best Lemon for Florida — A Report of Progress: II. Use of Florida Lemons in Frozen Concentrate for Lemonade
F. W. Wenzel, R. W. Olsen, R. W. Barron, R. L. Huggart, Roger Patrick, E. C. ???
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129 - 131
Finding the Best Lemon for Florida — A Report of Progress: III. Evaluation of Coldpressed Florida Lemon Oil and Lemon Bioflavonoids
J. W. Kesterson, R. Hendrickson
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132 - 139
Finding the Best Lemon for Florida — A Report of Progress: IV. Florida Lemons for Fresh Fruit Use
W. Grierson
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140 - 143
Finding the Best Lemon for Florida — A Report of Progress: V. General Conclusions Regarding the Best Lemon For Florida
Herman J. Reitz
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144 - 145
Occurrence, Distribution and Control of Fuller's Rose Beetle in Florida Citrus Groves
John R. King
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146 - 151
Field Observations of Florida Citrus Following the 1957-58 Freezes
Jack T. McCown
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152 - 156
Chemical Control of Weeds in Florida Citrus Grove Ditches
J. R. King, W. A. Simanton, D. W. Kretchman
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157 - 165
Causes of Low Pack-Outs in Florida Packinghouses
W. Grierson
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166 - 169
Relation of Fertilization to Winter Injury of Citrus Trees
Paul F. Smith, Gordon K. Rasmussen
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170 - 174
Current Recommendations for Fertilizing Citrus Trees in Florida
Herman J. Reitz
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175 - 178
Four Years of Experiments With New Miticides and Insecticides
Herbert Spencer, Allen G. Selhime
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179 - 180
Potash Relationships in Commercial Groves
A. E. Willson, W. J. Arey
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181 - 185

Processing

Effect of Stabilization Temperature on the Viscosity and Stability of Concentrated Orange Juices
George H. Ezell, Robert W. Olsen
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186 - 189
Effect of Processing Variables on UV Absorption of Grapefruit Juice
R. Henderson, L. W. Kesterson, G. J. Edwards
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190 - 193
Ultraviolet Absorption Technique to Determine the Naringin Content of Grapefruit Juice
R. Henderson, J. W. Kesterson, G. J. Edwards
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194 - 198
Vegetable Pesticide Residue Program in Florida
C. H. van Middelem
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199 - 200
Mechanization of Citrus Fruit Picking
P. J. Jutras, G. E. Coppock
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201 - 204
Hydrocooling Studies With Florida Citrus
W. Grierson, F. W. Hayward
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205 - 215
Chemical Characteristics of Citrus Juices from Freeze-damaged Fruit
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins, E. L. Moore
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216 - 219
Effect of Arsenic Spray on the Quality of Processed Grapefruit Sections—With Special Reference to Pectin
C. D. Atkins, A. H. Rouse
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220 - 222
Processing Sweet Potatoes
J. G. Woodroof
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223 - 226
Factors to Consider in Controlling Insects in a Feed Warehouse
D. I. Murdock
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227 - 233
Treatment of Citrus By-Products with Liquid Anhydrous Ammonia, I. Ammoniation of Dehydrated, Limed, Citrus Pulp
James M. Bonnell
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234 - 237
Treatment of Citrus By-Products with Liquid Anhydrous Ammonia, II. Extraction of Hesperidin From Dehydrated, Limed, Citrus Pulp
James M. Bonnell
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237 - 239
Suggested Trends in the Avocado and Lime Industries
Luther L. Chandler, Harold E. Kendall, C. F. Ivins
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240 - 242
Pressurized Food Packaging—Future "Space Travel" Dispensors
Robert A. Nanz
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243 - 246
ImjJrovements in the Design of Citrus Concentrate Evaporators
Ralph W. Cook
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The Taste of Citrus Juice. I Relationship between Brix, Acid and pH
R. W. Kilburn
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251 - 253
Processing Freeze Damaged Oranges
O. W. Bissett
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254 - 259
Inter American Food Institute
J. Arthur Lewis
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260 - 261
The Use of Arsenic on Citrus Fruit for Processing. A Review
Gray Singleton
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262 - 265
Recovery of Fruit Solids from Orange Pulp
R. W. Olsen, F. W. Wenzel, R. L. Huggart
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266 - 273
Comparison of Color and Flavor in Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
F. W. Wenzel, R. W. Barron, R. L. Huggart, R. W. Olsen, M. D. Maraulja
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274 - 277

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Rare Fruit Council Activities
William F. Whitman, Leonard V. Wirkus
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278 - 287
The Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.); Its Food, Medicinal and Industrial Uses
Julia F. Morton
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288 - 293
Development of Temperate—Climate Fruits for Florida
R. H. Sharpe, J. S. Shoemaker
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294 - 299
Freeze Damage to Lychees
T. W. Young, J. C. Noonan
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300 - 303
The Lychee Story 1957-1958
MajorGeneralJohn K. Rice
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304 - 306
Murmurings of a Sub-Tropical Horticultural Failure
J. Herndon Hansbrough
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307 - 311
Some Effects of Waxes and 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic Acid as Postharvest Treatments on Persian Limes
T. T. Hatton, Jr.
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312 - 314
Preliminary Studies of Dioseorea Growth in Florida
J. E. Shrum, Jr., P. K. Soderholm, J. R. Haun
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315 - 317
Report on the VI Annual Meeting, Caribbean Region, American Society for Horticultural Science, Habana, Cuba, June 1-9, 1958
Frank D. Venning
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318
Growing Mangoes in the Everglades
Floyd Erickson
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319
Confessions of a Tropical Garden Detective
Bert Livingston
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320 - 322
Big Bud of Tung, A Genetic Variation
John R. Large
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323
How to Make Plaster Models
William R. Llewellyn
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324 - 326
Some Environmental Factors Related to the Growth Cycle of Coffee Arabica L.
Manley L. Boss
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327 - 331
The Feeding of Frost Damaged Trees
Edward J. Norman
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332
Observations of Cold Damage to Mangos in Dade County and the Lower West Coast
William W. Carmichael
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333 - 334
Cold Damage to Mangos in Palm Beach County
James T. Miner, Laurence Zill
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335 - 337
Observations on Cold Damage to Avocados in Dade County
Wm. H. Krome
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338 - 340
Cold Damage to Fruit Trees at the Sub-Tropical Experiment Station, Homestead
R. Bruce Ledin
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341 - 343
Effect of Bedding and Mulching on Lake Emerald Grapes Under Culture on South Florida Flatwoods Sand
N. C. Hayslip, L. H. Stover
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344 - 347
Observations of the Effect of Cold on Limes in Dade County
Hugh Whelchel
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348 - 349
Development Morphology of the Vegetative Axis of Avocado (Persea americana L.) and its Significance to Spacing, Pruning Practices, and Yields of the Grove
Frank D. Venning, Frances D. Lincoln
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350 - 355
Temperature Variance in Microclimates of Southern Florida
Taylor R. Alexander
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356 - 358
The Effect of Cold on Lychees on the Calcareous Soils of Southern Florida 1957-1958
S. John Lynch
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359 - 361
A Preliminary Report on Armored Scale Insects in Dade County
F. Gray Butcher
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362 - 364
Report of the Subtropical Fruit Variety Committee, 1958: Part I.
Dr.Carl W. Campbell
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365
Report of the Subtropical Fruit Variety Committee, 1958: Part II.
Hugh Whelchel
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366

Ornamental

Florida Grades and Standards of Ornamental Shrubs, Trees and Palms
Charles S. Bush
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367 - 369
Some Notes on Insect Pests Affecting Ornamental Plants and on their Control
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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370 - 371
Ornamental Plants with Poisonous Properties
Julia F. Morton
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372 - 379
Cold Injury of Ornamental Plants — How it Occurs and Protection Points
Jasper N. Joiner
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380 - 381
Zingiberaceae For Florida
T. J. Sheehan
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382 - 388
Marketing Flowers Through Mass Outlets
Cecil N. Smith
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389 - 391
Compatibility of Insecticides and Fungicides for Chrysanthemums
E. G. Kelsheimer
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392 - 393
Effectiveness of Various Soil Fumigants in Commercial Production of Chrysanthemums
A. J. Overman
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394 - 399
Tests on Chinch Bugs, and The Current Status of Controls
S. H. Kerr
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400 - 402
A Comparison of Materials used for The Control of Wireworm and Other Subterranean Pests of Gladiolus
E. G. Kelsheimer
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Effect of Variation in Nitrogen Nutrition of Chrysanthemums on Attack By Serpentine Leaf Miner
S. S. Woltz, E. G. Kelsheimer
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Progress in Controlling Botrytis Disease of Gladiolus
R. O. Magie
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406 - 409
Biting or Stinging Insects
Lewis S. Maxwell
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410 - 412
A New Fungicide for Gladiolus Corm Treatment
R. O. Magie
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413 - 415
Control of Pythium Root Rot of Chinese Evergreen By Soil Fumigation
H. N. Miller
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416 - 418
Bacterial Blight of Chrysanthemum
Lome A. McFadden
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419 - 424
Effect of Frequency of Fertilization and Lighting Period Duration on Growth and Flowering of Pot-Grown Mums
James L. Taylor
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425 - 428
Florida's 9 Native Species of Eugenia
Edwin A. Menninger
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429 - 433
Preliminary Report on the Nitrogen-Light Intensity Requirements of Some Commercially Grown Foliage Plants
James L. Taylor, Jasper N. Joiner, Ralph D. Dickey
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434 - 438
Effect of Quantity of Roots on Subsequent Growth of Cuttings
R. D. Dickey
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Effects of Soil Mixtures and Nematicidal Drenches on Production of 'Happiness' Rose
S. E. McFadden, S. H. Kerr
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Nematode Investigations on Putting Green Turf
Gene C. Nutter, J. R. Christie
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445 - 449
The Use of Cobalt-60 Gamma Radiation in Ornamental Horticulture
Howard J. Teas
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Back Matter

 
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