Vol 69 (1956)

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

Injury and Loss of Citrus Trees Due to Tristeza Disease in an Orange County Grove
Mortimer Cohen
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19 - 24
Effect of Phosphate Fertilization on Root Growth, Soil pH, and Chemical Constituents at Different Depths in an Acid Sandy Florida Citrus Soil
Paul F. Smith
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25 - 28
Starting and Maintaining Burrowing Nematode-Infected Citrus Under Greenhouse Conditions
William A. Feder, Julius Feldmesser
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29 - 30
Preliminary Investigations on Dieback of Young Transplanted Citrus Trees
Gordon R. Grimm
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31 - 33
The Possibility of Mechanical Transmission of Nematodes in Citrus Groves
A. C. Tarjan
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34 - 37
Transmission of Tristeza Virus by Aphids in Florida
Paul A. Norman, Theodore J. Grant
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38 - 41
Physiologic Races of the Burrowing Nematode in Relation to Citrus Spreading Decline
E. P. DuCharme, W. Birchfield
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42 - 43
Citrus Rootstock Selections Tolerant to the Burrowing Nematode
Harry W. Ford
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44 - 51
The New 4-H Club Program for Citrus Production Training
Jack T. McCown
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52 - 53
Field Observations of Several Methods of Managing Closely-Set Citrus Trees
Fred P. Lawrence, Robert E. Norris
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54 - 57
Timing Fertilization of Citrus in the Indian River Area
Herman J. Reitz
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58 - 64
Is Stem Pitting of Grapefruit a Threat to the Florida Grower?
L. C. Knorr, W. C. Price
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65 - 67
Seasonal Changes in the Juice Content of Pink and Red Grapefruit During 1955-56
E. J. Deszyck, S. V. Ting
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68 - 71
Effectiveness of Different Zinc Fertilizers on Citrus
C. D. Leonard, Ivan Stewart, George Edwards
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72 - 78
Increased Utilization of Grapefruit Through Improvement in Quality of Processed Products
F. W. Wenzel, E. L. Moore
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79 - 86
Long Range Relationships Between Weather Factors and Scale Insect Populations
Robert M. Pratt
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87 - 92
Notes on the Use of Systox for Purple Mite Control on Citrus
Roger B. Johnson
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93 - 97
Progress Report on Greasy Spot and Its Control
W. L. Thompson, John R. King, E. J. Deszyck
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98 - 104
Use of 1, 2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane on Living Citrus Trees Infected with the Burrowing Nematode
Julius Feldmesser, William A. Feder
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105 - 106

Processing

Rapid Determination of Peel Oil in Orange Juice for Infants
R. W. Kilburn, L. W. Petros
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107 - 108
Effects of Finisher Pressure on Characteristics of Valencia Orange Concentrate
O. W. Bissett, M. K. Veldhuis
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109 - 112
A Study of the Degrees Brix and Brix-Acid Ratios of Grapefruit Utilized by Florida Citrus Processors for the Seasons 1952-53 Through 1955-56
E. C. Stenstrom, G. F. Westbrook
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113 - 119
Diacetyl Production in Orange Juice by Organisms Grown in a Continuous Culture System
Lloyd D. Witter
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120 - 124
Standardization of Florida Citrus Products
Arthur R. Pobjecky
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125 - 127
Citrus Vitamin P
Boris Sokolcff, Isidor Chamelin, Morton Biskind, William C. Martin, Clarence Saelhof Shiro, Kato Hugo Espinal, Taekyung Kim, Maxwell Simpson, Norman Andree, George Renninger
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128 - 131
Vacuum Cooling of Florida Vegetables
R. K. Showalter, B. D. Thompson
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132 - 135
The Quality Control of Chilled Orange Juice from the Tree to the Consumer
Leo J. Lister, Arthur C. Fay
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136 - 137
Hydrocooling Cantaloupes
K. E. Ford
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138 - 139
The Sloughing Disease of Grapefruit
W. Grierson, Roger Patrick
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140 - 141
Effect of Variety and Fresh Storage Upon the Quality of Frozen Sweet Potatoes
Maurice W. Hoover, Victor F. Nettles
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142 - 144
Storage Studies on 42° Brix Concentrated Orange Juices Processed from Juices Heated at Varying Folds. II. Chemical Changes with Particular Reference to Pectin
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins, E. L. Moore
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145 - 148
Purification of Naringin
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson
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149 - 151
Sectionizing Marsh Seedless Grapefruit
Gray Singleton
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152 - 153
An Effective High Pressure Cleaning System for Citrus Concentrating Plants
D. I. Murdock, C. H. Brokaw
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154 - 158
Some Studies on the Use of Sodium Nitrite as a Corrosion Inhibitor in the Canning Industry
J. R. Marshall
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159 - 164
Reducing Losses in Harvesting and Handling Tangerines
W. Grierson
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165 - 169
Quality of Canned Grapefruit Sections from Plots Fertilized with Varying Amounts of Potash
F. W. Wenzel, R. L. Huggart, E. L. Moore, J. W. Sites, E. J. Deszyck, R. W. Barron, R. W. Olsen, A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins
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170 - 175
Storage Studies on 42° Brix Concentrated Orange Juices Processed from Juices Heated at Varying Folds. I. Physical Changes and Retention of Cloud
E. L. Moore, A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins
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176 - 180
Effect of Thermal Treatment and Concentration on Pectinesterase, Cloud and Pectin in Citrus Juices Using a Plate Type Heat Exchanger
C. D. Atkins, A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore
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181 - 184
Distribution and Handling of Frozen Fruits, Vegetables and Juices
George J. Lorant
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185 - 190
Dried-Citrus-Pulp Insect Problem and Its Possible Solution with Insecticide-Coated Paper Bags
Hamilton Laudani, Dean F. Davis, George R. Swank, A. H. Yeomans
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191 - 194

Vegetable

Progress Report on Cantaloupe Varieties
B. F. Whitner, Jr.
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195 - 197
Phytotoxicity of Fungicides to Cantaloupes
Robert A. Conover
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198 - 199
Irrigation of Sebago Potatoes at Hastings, Florida
Donald L. Myhre
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200 - 203
Use of Certain Herbicides in Fields of Growing Tomatoes — Progress Report
John C. Noonan
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204 - 206
Crop Production in Soil Fumigated with Crag My lone as Affected by Rates, Application Methods and Planting Dates
D. S. Burgis, A. J. Overman
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207 - 209
Breeding Objectives and the Establishment of New Breeding Lines of Southernpeas
A. P. Lorz
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210 - 212
Factors Influencing Consumer Preference of Southern Peas (Cowpeas)
Maurice W. Hoover
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213 - 215
Outlook for the Production of Southern Field Peas for Freezing
James Montelaro
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216
Insect Problems in the Production of Southern Peas (Cowpeas)
John W. Wilson, W. G. Genung
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217 - 223
Influence of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potash and Lime on the Growth and Yield of Strawberries
R. A. Dennison, C. B. Hall
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224 - 227
Lime-Induced Manganese Deficiency of Strawberries
C. B. Hall, R. A. Dennison
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228 - 229
Cucumber Fungicides for the West Coast of Florida
Grover Sowell, Jr.
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230 - 234
Notes on Current Developments of Gray Mold, Botrytis Cinerea Fr. of Tomato and Its Control
R. S. Cox, N. C. Hayslip
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235
Evaluation of Control Methods for Blackheart of Celery and Blossom-End Rot of Tomatoes
C. M. Geraldson
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236 - 241
Control of Diseases in the Celery Seedbed
R. S. Cox
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242 - 243
The Assay of Streptomycin as it Relates to the Control of Bacterial Spot
Grover Sowell, Jr.
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244 - 246
Control of Pole Bean Rust with Maneb-Sulfur Dust
Robert A. Conover
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247 - 249
Fungicidal, Herbicidal and Nematocidal Effects of Fumigants Applied to Vegetable Seedbeds on Sandy Soil
A. J. Overman, D. S. Burgis
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250 - 254
Variety Tests of Commercial Types and New Breeding Lines of Southernpea
L. H. Halsey
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255 - 258
Results of Different Seeding and Fertilizer Rates for Potatoes at Hastings
E. N. McCubbin
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259 - 260
Production of Spinach for Processing on Muck Soils of Central Florida
M. M. Hooper
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261

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

The Concept, Duties, and Operations of the Florida Avocado and Lime Commission
C. F. Ivins
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262 - 266
Notes on Tropical Fruits in Central America
Wilson Popenoe
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267 - 269
Marketing of Limes and Avocados in Florida
Harold E. Kendall
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270 - 271
The Sub-Tropical Fruit Program of Dade County
John D. Campbell
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272 - 273
Some Observations on Lime and Avocado Grove Cultural and Maintenance Practices in Dade County
Norman E. Sutton
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274
Future of Florida Minor Tropical Fruit Industry in Doubt
Nixon Smiley
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275
Krome Memorial Avocado Variety Committee Report
F. B. Lincoln
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276
Pollination and Floral Studies of the Minneola Tangelo
Margaret J. Mustard, S. John Lynch, Roy O. Nelson
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277 - 281
Changes In Physical Characters and Chemical Constituents of Haden Mangos During Ripening at 80° F.
Mortimer J. S.oule, Jr.,, Paul L. Harding
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282 - 284
Further Rooting Trials of Barbados Cherry
Roy O. Nelson, Seymour Goldweber
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285 - 286
Research on Sub-Tropical Fruits as a Result of Mediterranean Fruit Fly Eradication Program
Geo. D. Ruehle
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287 - 288
Some Effects of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization on the Yield and Tree Growth of Avocados
S. John Lynch, Seymour Goldweber
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289 - 292
A Comparison of Three Clones of Barbados Cherry and the Importance of Improved Selections for Commercial Plantings
R. Bruce Ledin
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293 - 296
Rare Fruit Council Activities, 1956
William F. Whitman, Salvatore Mauro, Seymour W. Younghans
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297 - 302
Some Notes on a Weevil Attacking Mahogany Trees
F. Gray Butcher, Seymour Goldweber
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303 - 304
Response of Lychees to Girdling
T. W. Young
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305 - 308
Some Aspects of the Lychee as a Commercial Crop
Gordon Palmer
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309 - 312
The Effects of Longtime Avocado Culture on the Composition of Sandy Soil in Dade County
John L. Malcolm
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313 - 323
Rooting of Peach Cuttings Under Mist as Affected by Media and Potassium Nutrition
Mario Jalil, Ralph H. Sharpe
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324 - 327
Some Effects of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization on the Growth, Yield, and Fruit Quality of Persian Limes, Seymour Goldweber
Manley Boss, S. John Lynch
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328 - 332

Ornamental

Mist Propagation of Roses
S. E. McFadden, Jr.
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333 - 336
Gladiolus Botrytis Control
R. O. Magie
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337 - 342
Some Notes on Philodendron Hybrids
Erdman West, H. N. Miller
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343 - 346
Fertilization of Gladiolus
S. S. Woltz
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347 - 351
Studies on the Nutritional Requirements of Chrysanthemums
S. S. Woltz
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352 - 356
Virus Ring Spot of Peperomia Obtusifolia and Peperomia Obtusifolia var. Variegata
M. K. Corbett
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357 - 359
How to Landscape Our Outdoor Space for Living
Thomas B. Mack
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360 - 362
Regional Performance of Hemerocallis in Florida
Eunice T. Knight
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363 - 365
The Palm Society
Dent Smith
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366 - 367
Comparison of Happiness Rose Production on Four Rootstocks
S. E. McFadden, Jr.
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368 - 369
Florida Nursery Law
Paul E. Frierson
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370 - 378
Research in the Ornamental Field in Control of Mediterranean Fruit Fly
E. W. McElwee
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The Florida Flower and Nursery Industry
Cecil N. Smith
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380 - 384
The Downward Movement of Phosphorus in Potting Soils as Measured by P32
Daniel O. Spinks, William L. Pritchett
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385 - 387
Twelve Bauhinias For Florida
R. Bruce Ledin
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388 - 397
Pesticides and Plant Injury
S. H. Kerr
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398 - 402
The Effect of Parathion as a Corm and Soil Treatment for Gladiolus
E. G. Kelsheimer
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403 - 404
The Genus Solandra in Florida
R. D. Dickey
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405 - 406
Studies on Chemical Weed Control in Plumosus Fern
C. C. Helms, Jr., J. M. Crall, E. O. Burt
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407 - 412
Fungicides and Plant Injury
Albert P. Martinez
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413 - 414
The Hunting Billbug a Serious Pest of Zoysia
E. G. Kelsheimer
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Back Matter

 
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