Vol 70 (1957)

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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Better Methods of Preserving the Quality of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
W. T. Pentzer
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Some Present Problems and Future Possibilities in Florida's Agriculture as They Relate to the Facilities and Staff of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
J. R. Beckenbach
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10 - 14

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Evaluation of Starch Content and Specific Gravity as Measures of Maturity of Florida Mangos
John Popenoe, W. G. Long
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272 - 274
Test Work on Some Sub-Tropical Fruits and Ornamental Plants in Connection with the Mediterranean Fruit Fly
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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275 - 276
A Report of the Florida Mango Forum Activities for 1957
R. Bruce Ledin
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277 - 278
Report of the Sub-tropical Fruit Variety Committee, 1957
John Popenoe
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279
Soft Nose, a Physiological Disorder in Mango Fruits
T. W. Young
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280 - 283
Avocado Breeding in California
Berthold Orphie Bergh
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284 - 289
Rejuvenation of Old Mango Groves by Hedging or Top-Working to New Varieties
W. W. Carmichael
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290 - 291
A Report on the Lime and Avocado Activities for 1957
Hugh C. Whelchel
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292
Control of Variability in the Esmiralda Pineapple
Scott U. Stambaugh
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293 - 296
Iron Chlorosis in Avocados
Roy W. Harkness, J. L. Malcolm
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297 - 299
Cleft Grafting Grapes with Polyethylene and Sphagnum Moss
L. H. Stover
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300 - 301
Commercial Potential of Yucca Elephantipes, A Preliminary Report
Manley L. Boss, J. J. Ochse
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302
The Avocado Maturity Marketing Agreement
Wm. H. Krome
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303 - 305
Trials with Swinglea Glutinosa (Blanco) Merr. as a Rootstock for Citrus
Frank D. Venning
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306
Rare Fruit Council Activities, 1956-57
William F. Whitman, Leonard V. Wirkus
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307 - 313
New Developments in Lychee Marketing
Gordon Palmer
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314 - 317
Growing Persian Limes in the Ridge Section of Florida
William F. Ward
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318 - 319
Okinawa Peach Shows Promising Resistance to Root-Knot Nematodes
R. H. Sharpe
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320 - 322
Effect of Nitrogen and Timing of Applications on Persian Limes
S. John Lynch, Seymour Goldweber
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323 - 325
Pollinating Insects on Lychee Blossoms
F. Gray Butcher
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326 - 328
Observations on the Advertising of Specialty Fruits
Col.C. F. Ivins
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329 - 330
A Leaf Beetle Feeding on the Stems of Lychee
George W. Dekle
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331 - 332
The Macadamia in California
William B. Storey
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333 - 337
Relation of Maturity to Certain Chemical and Physical Characters in Florida Avocados
Thurman T. Hatton, Jr., John Popenoe, Mortimer J. Soule, Jr., Paul L. Harding
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338 - 339
A New Banana for Florida—Musa Faradisiaca, L., Var. Radja
J. J. Ochse
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A Possible Cover Crop for Florida—Mimosa Invisa, var. inermis
J. J. Ochse
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341

Citrus

Department of Fruit Crops of the University of Florida: Its Organization and Objectives
John W. Sites
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The Ascorbic Acid Concentrations of Grapefruit of Different Sizes
William G. Long, Paul L. Harding, Mortimer J. Soule, Jr.
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The Effect of Pack-out on Grower Profits
W. Grierson
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Cultivation Trials in a Young Bearing Grapefruit Grove on Sandy Ridge Soil
Robert E. Norris, Paul F. Smith
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Phosphatic Insecticides Mixed with Oil Emulsions for Scale Control and their Effect on Fruit Quality
W. L. Thompson, E. J. Deszyck
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Zineb Controls Citrus Rust Mite
Roger B. Johnson, John R. King, J. J. McBride, Jr.
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Relation Between Moisture Conditions and Rust Mite Infestations
Robert M. Pratt
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Heat Treatments for Obtaining Sources of Virus-free Citrus Budwood
Theodore J. Grant
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Current Position of State Plant Board in Control of Burrowing Nematode
Ed L. Ayers
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Current Information Relating to Barriers for the Burrowing Nematodes
R. F. Suit, T. L. Brooks
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How Burrowing Nematodes Affect Citrus Roots
E. P. DuCharme
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Susceptibility of Certain Citrus Varieties, Species, and Relatives to the Burrowing Nematodes
William A. Feder, Harry W. Ford
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The Experimental Studies on Citrus Nematodes
George Renninger, Boris Sokoloff
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63 - 66
The Two Medfly Eradication Programs in Florida
Ed L. Ayers
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Comparison of Experimental Miticides for the Control of Purple Mite, Metatetranychus Citri (McG) on Citrus
John R. King, Roger B. Johnson
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69 - 74
Occurrence of Wood Pocket (Blotch), Chimeric Breakdown, and Endoxerosis in Florida, with Particular Reference to the Tahiti Lime
L. C. Knorr, J. F. L. Childs
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75 - 81
Factors Affecting Dieback and Growth Response of Young Transplanted Citrus Trees
Gordon R. Grimm
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Spray Materials for Decontaminating Nematode-infested Grove Equipment
A. C. Tarjan
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85 - 89

Ornamental

Planning for a Special Census of the Flower and Nursery Industry
Cecil N. Smith
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342 - 345
Nitrogen and Potassium Fertilization of Potted Chrysanthemums
S. S. Woltz
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346 - 349
Nematodes Affecting Florida Chrysanthemums and Their Control
E. G. Kelsheimer, A. J. Overman
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350 - 351
The Possible Use of Gibberellins as a Substitute for Artificial Light in Growing Chrysanthemums
Benjamin Wolf
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352 - 353
Sansevieria for Ornamental Use
F. D. Wilson, C. C. Seale, J. B. Pate, J. Frank Joyner
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354 - 358
Some Problems in Establishing Market News Reports for the Flower Industry
Elmo F. Scarborough, Cecil N. Smith
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359 - 362
Virus Diseases of Gladiolus in Florida
R. F. Bozarth, M. K. Corbett
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363 - 369
Thimet Plus Oil Emulsion Controls Tea Scale
L. C. Kuitert
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370 - 372
Soil Fumigation in Controlling Gladiolus Stromatinia Disease
R. O. Magie
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373 - 378
Further Studies of the Phytotoxicity of Pesticides to Ornamental Plants
S. H. Kerr, E. W. McElwee
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Orchid Diseases
Harry C. Burnett
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380 - 384
Effect of Propagation Media and Dip Treatments on Rooting of Flowering Dogwood, Formosa Azalea and East Palatka Holly
R. D. Dickey
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385 - 386
A Study of Some Factors Affecting Amaryllis Flowering
T. J. Sheehan, K. J. Howe
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387 - 389
Some Recent Developments in Diseases of Ornamental Plants in Florida
D. M. Coe
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390
Chemical Modification of Geotropic Bending in the Snapdragon
Howard J. Teas, Thomas J. Sheehan
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391 - 397
Preliminary Photo and Chemical Studies on Floral Induction in Chrysanthemums
Thomas J. Sheehan, Howard J. Teas
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398 - 402

Vegetable

Effect of Plant Spacing on Yield and Plant and Ear Characteristics of a Single and a Double Eared Sweet Corn Hybrid
Emil A. Wolf, Howard W. Burdine
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90 - 92
Effects of Amine-type 2, 4-D Hormone Sprays on Yield, Skin-color and Skinning of Red Pontiac Potatoes
E. N. McCubbin
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93 - 95
Comparison of Broadcast and Row Fertilization for Potatoes on Kanapaha Fine Sand
J. G.A. Fiskell, W. K. Robertson
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96 - 103
Summer Cover Crops in Potato Production
Donald L. Myhre
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104 - 106
Five Year Summary on Fungicidal Control of Watermelon Foliage Diseases
N. C. Schenck, J. M. Crall
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107 - 108
Bionomics of the Southern Potato Wireworm, Conoderus falli Lane. 1. Life History in Florida
Dale M. Norris, Jr.
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Chemical Weed Control in Pole Beans and Tomatoes
Donald S. Burgis
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111 - 112
Three Years' Bush Snap Bean Variety Trials on Sandy Soils of Lower East Coast
H. Y. Ozaki
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Row Orientation and Its Effects on The Growth of Celery and Certain Soil Factors
Charles F. Eno, Philip J. Westgate
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115 - 120
Soil Soluble Salts—Determination of and Association with Plant Growth
C. M. Geraldson
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121 - 125
Irrigation Experiments with Tomatoes on a Rockdale Soil
John L. Malcolm, Roy W. Harkness
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126 - 133
Fungicides for the Control of Early Blight of Celery
John F. Darby
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134 - 136
Chemicals Which Act as Combination Herbicides, Nematocides and Soil Fungicides: I. Effect on Field-seeded Tomatoes
D. S. Burgis, A. J. Overman
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Chemicals Which Act as Combination Herbicides, Nematocides and Soil Fungicides: II. Effect on Soil Microorganisms
A. J. Overman, D. S. Burgis
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139 - 142
Symposium—Vegetable Insect Resistance to Insecticides in Florida
James E. Brogdon
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The Nature and Development of Insect Resistance to Insecticides
Dale M. Norris, Jr.
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Ineffective Control of Some Insect Pests in States Outside of Florida
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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Some Possible Cases of Insect Resistance to Insecticides in Florida
W. G. Genuwg
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Other Causes of Poor Control Sometimes Attributed to Resistance
E. G. Kelsheimer
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What Should be Done About the Resistance Problem
John W. Wilson
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Experimental Results of the Control of the Cabbage Looper During the 1956-57 Growing Season
John W. Wilson, D. O. Wolfenbarger, R. M. Baranowski, W. G. Genung, Dale M. Norris, Jr.
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Panel — Gibberellins, F. S. Jamison, Moderator. Gibberellins, Research and Possible Application to Florida
B. D. Thompson, V. F. Nettles, M. H. Gaskins
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Experiments with Gibberellins at Gainesville in 1957
M. H. Gaskins, B. D. Thompson, V. F. Nettles
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Results of Treating Potato Seed Pieces and Plants with Gibberellic Acid
Donald L. Myhre, A. H. Eddins
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Results of Treating Cabbage, Cauliflower and Lettuce Transplants with Gibberellic Acid
E. N. McCubbin
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Response of Pole Beans, Tomatoes, Sweet Corn and Celery to Gibberellic Acid
C. M. Geraldson
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Gibberellin, History and Physiology
Howard J. Teas
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Processing

Cost Advantages of Bulk Handling Through the Packing House
R. V. Phillips, W. Grierson
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171 - 176
Reminiscences of Early Work in Citrus Fruit Technology
Seth S. Walker
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177 - 181
Five-Year Storage of Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice at 4°, 5°, and 10° F.
Theo. J. Kew
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Some Factors to Consider in Determining Clarification in Frozen Orange Concentrate
C. D. Atkins, A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore
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Effect of Date of Packing on Quality of Canned Grapefruit Sections During Storage at 90° F.
R. L. Huggart, F. W. Wenzel, E. L. Moore
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Citrus Vitamin *F, II the Antibiotic Activity of Citrus Bio-Flavonoids
Boris SokoloffM.D., Clarence C. Saelhof, M. D., Shiro Kato, M. D., Akira Kato, M. D., Taekyung Kim, Maxwell Simpson
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Chemical Analysis of Citrus Bioflavanoids
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson
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196 - 203
Composition and Organoleptic Evaluation of Portions of Celery Stalks
C. B. Hall
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204 - 207
Preparation of Celery-Tomato Juice Blends from Florida-Grown Celery
R. A. Dennison, M. W. Hoover
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Preliminarv Studies on the Utilization of Cull Tomatoes
Maurice W. Hoover, R. A. Dennison
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Effect of Wetting and Top Icing Upon the Quality of Vacuum Cooled and Hydrocooled Sweet Corn
R. K. Showalter
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Sweet Corn for Processing, 1. Yield of Cut Corn
M. W. Hoover, R. A. Dennison
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New Aspects for Processing Sweet Potato Products
Julian C. Miller
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Pregelation in Bitter Orange Marmalade Bases
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins
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Trends in the Production of Limes for Processing
Luther L. Chandler
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Some Specific Sources of Contamination in Processing Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice. I. Handling and Preparing Fruit for Extraction
D. I. Murdock, Charles H. Brokaw
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Some Specific Sources of Contamination in Processing Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice, II. Extraction of Fruit and Preparation of Juice for Concentrate
D. I. Murdock, Charles H. Brokaw
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A Study of the Degrees Brix and Brix-Acid Ratios of Oranges Utilized by Florida Citrus Processors for the Seasons 1952-53 Through 1956-57
G. F. Westbrook, E. C. Stenstrom
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Mrs. Smith Goes Shopping
Robert C. Brink
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Preliminary Studies on Cooling Florida Oranges Prior to Packing
W. Grierson
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Back Matter

 
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