Vol 68 (1955)

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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The University of Florida and the State's Economic Progress
J. Wayne Reitz
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6 - 10
Award of Honorary Memberships
Editors Editors
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11 - 12
Panel: Tolerances of Pesticidal Residues on Raw Agricultural Commodities Produced in Florida: Tolerances for Pesticide Residues; Pesticide Residue Tolerance; Pesticide Residue Research; Some Sources of Information Pertaining to Pesticide Residues and Tolerances; Publications and Recommendations; Problems of the Manufacturer; Chemical Analysis of Pesticide Residue Remaining on Fresh Vegetables by the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station; The Role of Experiment Station Entomologists in Administration of the Miller Pesticide Residue Amendment; The Role of the Plant Pathologist in the Administration of the Miller Pesticide Residue Amendment
Willard M. Fifield, W. B. Rankin, George M. Talbott, J. J. McBride, Jr., James E. Brogdon, Forrest E. Myers
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13 - 22

Citrus

A Chlorosis Produced by Fluorine on Citrus in Florida
I. W. Wander, J. J. McBride, Jr.
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23 - 28
Water Table Fluctuation and Depth of Rooting of Citrus Trees in the Indian River Area
Herman J. Reitz, W. T. Long
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24 - 28
Sub-Soil Drainage as a Factor in the Spread of the Burrowing Nematode
E. P. DuCharme
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29 - 30
The Purple Mite and Six-Spotted Mite Situation in 1955
Robert M. Pratt
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31 - 35
Effectiveness.of the Pull-and-Treat Method for Controlling the Burrowing Nematode on Citrus
R. F. Suit, E. P. DuCharme, Troy L. Brooks
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36 - 38
Irrigation Studies with Marsh Grapefruit on Lakeland Fine Sand in Central Florida
L. W. Ziegler
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39 - 40
A Progress Report on the Burrowing Nematode Work in Florida
Paul E. Frierson
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41 - 46
Juice Content in Early Ruby Red Grapefruit
E. J. Deszyck, J. W. Sites
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47 - 49
Progress Report on Treating Citrus Trees in Place to Control Burrowing Nematode
R. F. Suit, Troy L. Brooks
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50 - 53
Relation of Boron Level to Production and Fruit Quality of Grapefruit and Oranges
Paul F. Smith
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54 - 58
Longevity of Chelated Iron Treatments Applied to Citrus Trees
C. D. Leonard, Ivan Stewart
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59 - 64
Nitrogen Sources as Related to Yield and Quality of Hamlin Oranges - (A ten year summary)
John W. Sites, I. W. Wander, E. J. Deszyck
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65 - 71
The Objective-A Better Miticide
C. O. Eddy
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The Incidence of Xloporosis (Cachexia) In Certain Florida Citrus Varieties
J. F. L. Childs, G. R. Grimm, T. J. Grant, L. C. Knorr, G. Norman
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Factors Influencing the Absorption of Zinc by Citrus
Ivan Stewart, C. D. Leonard, George Edwards
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82 - 87
Timing Oil and Parathion Sprays for Purple Scale Control in Southern Indian River Area
W. T. Long, H. J. Reitz, W. L. Thompson
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88 - 93
Progress Report on Research with Miticides
R. B. Johnson, W. L. Thompson
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94 - 98
Parathion Can be Used With Lime-Sulfur
R. B. Johnson, J. J. McBride, Jr.
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99 - 102
Techniques Involved in Nematocide Screening
Julius Feldmesser, Will A. Feder
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103 - 106
Errors in Citrus Soil and Leaf Sampling Procedures
A. E. Willson, W. J. Arey, F. W. Bistline
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107 - 111
Chilomenes Sexmaculata, Fabr., A New Lady Beetle from Pakistan
Allen G. Selhime
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Processing

Commercial Production of Orange and Grapefruit Crystals
J. M. Bonnell, Sumner I. Strashun, William R. Dorsey
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Methods for Estimation of Insoluble Solids in Citrus Juices
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins
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Purification of Crude Hesperidin
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson
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Determination of Cloud Retention in Frozen Concentrated Orange and Grapefruit Juices with Various Colorimeters
C. D. Atkins, A. H. Rouse, E. L. Moore
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124 - 126
Vegetable Crops for Processing in Florida
Jesse M. Huffington
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Packaging of Florida Vegetables
George M. Talbott
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A Chip Off the Old Potato
Arthur Goldstein
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Consumer Preferences in Citrus Juices
Lamont Birdsall
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133 - 135
Utilization of Cull Avocados
George B. Macfie, Jr.,, Arthur L. Stahl
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136 - 137
The Present Status and Future Possibilities of Barbados Cherries
Arthur L. Stahl, Milton Kaplow, Roy Nelson
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138 - 142
Application of the Polarograph to the Determination of Acetylmethylcarbinol in Orange Juice
J. M. Bonnell, J. Stanley West, Jr.
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Application of the Polarograph to the Determination of Diacetyl in Orange Juice
J. M. Bonnell, J. Stanley West, Jr.
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Packaging of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Everett Noller
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Preferences for Canned Grapefruit Juices
Hugh P. Bell
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Cleaning Citrus Pulp
Gray Singleton
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Determination of Artificial Coloring Agents on Oranges and Orange Products
S. V. Ting
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157 - 160
Chilled Citrus Products
F. W. Wenzel, E. L. Moore, C. D. Atkins, Roger Patrick
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Changes in Commercial Frozen Concentrates Stored at Several Temperatures
T. W. Kew
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Characteristics of Six-Fold Frozen Concentrated Orange Juices
Roger Patrick, R. L. Huggart
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170 - 174

Vegetable

Root Development of Contender Snap Beans
Paul E. Zopf, Jr., Victor F. Nettles
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175 - 176
The Extension Vegetable Garden Program
Joseph D. Norton
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Progress and Problems in the Development of an Early Blight Resistant Celery in Florida
Emil A. Wolf, R. W. Ruprecht
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178 - 181
Quality of Florida Sweet Corn as Affected by Marketing Practices
R. K. Showalter, W. Smith Greig, C. S. Parsons, K. D. Demaree
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Preliminary Studies Relating to the Effect of Maturity and Storage Treatments Upon the Quality of Cantaloupes
Maurice W. Hoover
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Effect of Low Temperatures on Quality of Tomatoes
Lacy P. McColloch
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188 - 191
Copper Availability in High Copper Soils
J. G. A. Fiskel, P. J. Westgate
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192 - 196
The Use of Calcium for Control of Blossom-End Rot of Tomatoes
C. M. Geraldson
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197 - 201
Weed Control in Peppers Grown on Organic Soils
V. L. Guzman, E. A. Wolf
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202 - 205
Oktone for Pre-Emergence Chemical Weed Control in Crucifers
Donald S. Burgis
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206 - 207
The Germination of Some Crop Seeds as Affected by Two Soil Fumigants Under Laboratory Conditions
B. R. Reddy, V. F. Nettles
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Spraying Sweet Corn for the Control of Northern Corn Leaf Blight
D. S. Harrison, R. S. Cox
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Effects of Sidedressing and Foliar-Nutritional Spray on Yield of Potatoes at Hastings, Florida
E. N. McCubbin, D. L. Myhre, G. M. Volk
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216 - 219
Factors Determining the Effect of Various Fertilizer Materials on Acidity in the Soil Profile
Gaylord M. Volk
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220 - 225
Injuries to Potato Tubers Caused by Wireworms and Nutgrass
T. M. Dobrovsky
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226 - 227
Comparison of Fungicides for Arresting Established Tomato Late Blight Infections
Robert A. Conover
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228 - 229
The Effects of Applied Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potash on Yield and Growth of Peppers, II.
Y. Ozaki, C. T. Ozaki, M. G. Hamilton
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Effects of Irrigation, Fertilization and Seeding Rates on Potato Yields in 1955 at Hastings, Florida
Donald L. Myhre, E. N. McCubbin, G. M. Volk
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A Report from California-Oregon ok Mechanized Equipment for Staking and Stringing Operations in Beans and Tomatoes
Jim Rear
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Panel: Pink Tomato Deal
F. S. Jamison
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Panel: Pink Tomato Deal: New Tomato Stocks Promising for Pink-Harvest
James M. Walter
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Panel: Pink Tomato Deal: Preliminary Studies of Bruising of "Turning" and "Pink" Tomatoes Caused by Handling Practices
L. H. Halsey, Lewis Rauth, Buck fshs@fshs.org Carlton, Clark Powell, Dave Kelbert
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Panel: Antibiotics: Antibiotic Control of Cucumber Downy Mildew
Phares Decker, D. M. Coe, Grover fshs@fshs.org Sowell, Jr., R. S. Cox, J. F. Darby, R. A. Conover
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246 - 252
Panel: The Growers Speak
M. U. Mounts, Andy Duda, Bruce Gray, Heath Holden, Olen Eicher, Bob Council, C. D. Herring, Lawrence Becker, Joe Benedict
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253 - 266

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Handling Guavas, Lychees and White Sapotes for the Fresh Fruit Market
Margaret J. Mustard
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Immunity of the Lychee from the Burrowing Nematode
E. P. DuCharme, R. F. Suit
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270 - 271
Rubus Trials in South Florida
R. Bruce Ledin
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272 - 274
Soil pH Variations and Lychee Growth
Robert A. Nanz
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275 - 276
A Note on Powdery Mildew of Mango
Geo. D. Ruehle
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Insects and Mites of Mangos and Avocados
James E. Brogdon
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278 - 281
A New Hybrid Papaya Backcross Blue Solo on to Solo
Scott U. Stambaugh
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282 - 283
Esmeraldo Pineapples, Culture and New Propagation Methods From Jamaica
Scott U. Stambaugh
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284 - 287
Burrowing and Meadow Nematodes on Avocados and Mangos
T. W. Young, Geo. D. Ruehle
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Some Insect Problems on Guavas
F. Gray Butcher
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Rare Fruit Council, A Tropical Fruit Study Group
William Francis Whitman, Salvatore Mauro
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294 - 298
Studies on the Unfruitfulness of Minneola Tangelos in Dade County
S. John Lynch, Margaret J. Mustard
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A Note on the Propagation of Phyllanthus emblica L.
S. John Lynch, Fred J. Fuchs, Sr.
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301 - 302
Relation of Maturity of Florida Avocados to Physical Characters
Mortimer J. Soule, Jr., Paul L. Harding
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Influence of Temperature on Growth of Mango Pollen
T. W. Young
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Honey Bees as Pollinators of Minneola Tangelos
F. Gray Butcher
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Mangos in Manatee County
Norman A. Reasoner
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The Emblic (Phyllanthm emblica L.) A Rich But Neglected Source of Vitamin C
Julia F. Morton
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Methods of Guava Top-Working
S. E. Tamburo, S. John Lynch, Roy O. Nelson
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Growing Up With the Lychee
Erie L. Wirt, Jr.
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Avocados and Limes in Florida
Luther L. Chandler
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Clitocybe Rot of Lychee Trees
Mortimer Cohen
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329 - 332
A Report of the Florida Mango Forum Activities
W. W. Carmichael
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333 - 334

Ornamental

Molybdenum Deficiency of Hibiscus
P. J. Westgate, H. N. Miller
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Effects of Readily Available Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potash. Levels on Growth and Numbers of Blooms of Hibiscus Plants
S. N. Edson, E. W. McElwee, M. H. Gaskins
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Insect Portraits
L. S. Maxwell
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341 - 342
Freezing Injury Studies With Foliage Plants
R. D. Dickey
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Mist Propagation Studies With Emphasis on Mineral Content of Foliage
Ralph H. Sharpe
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Control of Nematodes in Gladiolus Corms
E. G. Kelsheimer
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Control of Some Insects and Mites of Ornamental Plants
James E. Brogdon
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350 - 353
Investigations With Antibiotics for Control of Bacterial Diseases of Foliage Plants
Howard N. MiIler
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354 - 357
Boron Nutrition of Gladiolus
S. S. Woltz
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358 - 361
Some Outstanding Ornamental Vines for Florida
R. D. Dickey
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362 - 365
New Hybrids of American Hibiscus
S. E. McFadden, Jr.
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366 - 369
Some Tests With Soil Fumigants
C. E. Williamson, James Tammen Chancellor, I. Hannon, Jesse C. Denmark
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Recent Advances in Controlling Diseases of Gl:1diolus
Robert O. Magie
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Fertilization of Ornamental Plants
E. W. McElwee
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376 - 377
Breeding Cattleya Tribe Orchids
T. J. Sheehan
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378 - 385
Landscaping Panel: Problems in Landscaping Florida Homes: Landscaping the Average Florida Home
E. W. McElwee, Charles Wedding
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Landscaping Panel: Selling the Landscape Job
Jack O. Holmes
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Landscaping Panel: Landscaping Farm Homes
E. W. McElwee
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Landscaping Panel: Translating College Training Into Practice
E. S. Reasoner
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Back Matter

 
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