Vol 67 (1954)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
FSHS FSHS
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Table of Contents
FSHS FSHS
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FSHS FSHS, M. U. Mounts, James M. Beall, John W. Wilson, Harry A. Borthwick, Ed L. Ayers
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Citrus

Grove Hedging Studies on Citrus
D. S. Prosser
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18 - 19
Effect of Method of Timing Nitrogen Fertilization on Yield and Quality of Oranges
Walter Reuther, Paul F. Smith
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20 - 25
Behavior of Various Citrus Rootstock-Scion Combinations Following Inoculation with Mild and Severe Strains of Tristeza Virus
A. S. Costa, Theodore J. Grant, Sylvio Moreira
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26 - 29
Root Distribution in Relation to the Water Table
Harry W. Ford
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30 - 32
Survey of Iron Deficiency in Florida Citrus
J. Richard Kuykendall
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33 - 37
The Effect of Lead Arsenate Sprays on Quality and Maturity of Ruby Red Grapefruit
E. J. Deszyk, J. W. Sites
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38 - 41
New Miticides for the Citrus Red Mite (Purple Mite)
Herbert Spencer, Allen G. Selhime
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42 - 43
Studies on the Use of Malathion on Citrus
Roger B. Johnson, W. L. Thompson
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44 - 49
The Status of the Purple Mite and Its Control
W. L. Thompson, R. B. Johnson, J. W. Sites
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50 - 55
Controlling Preharvest Drop of Pineapple Oranges with 2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxypropionic Acid
John W. Sites
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56 - 59
Availability of Phosphorus, Potassium and Magnesium from Insoluble Sources as Indicated by the Growth and Leaf Analysis of Sweet Orange Seedlings
I. W. Wander
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60 - 66
A Chlorosis of Citrus Produced by Biuret as an Impurity in Urea
M. F. Oberbacher
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67 - 68
Boron Deficiency in Florida Citrus Groves
Paul F. Smith
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69 - 73

Symposium on "Spreading Decline" of Citrus

Introduction
A. F. Camp
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Cause and Nature of Spreading Decline of Citrus
E. P. DuCharme
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75 - 80
Host Range of the Burrowing Nematode Internationally and in Florida
Troy L. Brooks
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81 - 82
Distribution of the Burrowing Nematode, Radopholus Similis, in Florida
K. E. Bragdon, R. W. Hanks
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83 - 84
The Experimental Basis and Limitations of the Pull-and-Treat Method of Handling Spreading Decline
R. F. Suit
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85 - 88
Practical Aspects and Costs of the Pull-and-Treat Method
Morton Howell
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89
Resistant Rootstock Studies Using the Temperature Tank for Screening
R. F. Suit
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90
Field Experimental Work with Rootstocks and Its Limitations
Harry W. Ford
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91
Research on Non-Phytotoxic Soil Treatments
R. F. Suit
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92 - 93
Investigations with Systemic Treatments
Harry W. Ford
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94
The Hot Water Treatment of Nematode-Infested Nursery Stock
Wray Birchfield
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94 - 96

Vegetable

Mechanical Harvesting and Bulk Handling of Potatoes
R. E. L. Greene, J. S. Norton
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97 - 101
Viruses of Vegetable Crops and Miscellaneous Plants in Florida
C. W. Anderson
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102 - 104
An Evaluation of Streptomycin Sprays for Bacterial Spot Control in Commercial Tomato Plantbeds
Robert A. Conover
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105 - 106
Practical Experience with Herbicides
Arthur L. Neff
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107 - 108
The 1953 Outbreak of Black Rot at Ruskin
M. C. Jorgensen, J. M. Walter
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109 - 110
Some Crop Abnormalities Associated with Weather Conditions
William P. Hunter
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111 - 114
Production of Irish Potatoes on Marl Soils of South Florida
J. Abney Cox
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115 - 116
Outlook for Growing and Marketing Vine-Ripened Tomatoes in Florida
D. G. A. Kelbert
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117 - 119
Problems of Securing Quality Produce for Retail
K. H. Shelnut
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120
Will Recommended Insecticidal Practices Result in Toxic Residues in the Soil?
A. J. Overman, E. L. Spencer, E. G. Kelsheimer
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121 - 122
Chemical Analysis as a Tool in Determining Nutritional Factors Affecting Tomato Quality
C. M. Geraldson, E. L. Spencer, M. C. Jorgensen
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123 - 126
Several Years' Comparisons of "Good" Tomato Fungicides
Robert A. Conover
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127 - 129
Fungicidal Spray Trials for the Control of Watermelon Leaf Spots
James M. Crall
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130 - 132
Field and Greenhouse Observations Under Which Vascular Browning (Gray Wall) of Tomatoes Occurs
R. A. Dennison, C. B. Hall
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Suggestions for an Improved Advisory Service on Florida Vegetables and Some Benefits Which Should Be Derived from Them
J. B. Owens
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134 - 136
The Crosswise Method of Loading Loxig Watermelons Reduces Transit-Connected Damage
J. R. Winston, P. L. Breakiron, J. Kaufman
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137 - 139
Retail Produce Merchandising Program to Feature and Sell Large Volumes of a Commodity During Production Peaks
Stanley E. Rosenberger
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140 - 141
Turning and Mature-Green Yields of Several Tomato Varieties from Staked and Unstaked Plants
L. H. Halsey, F. S. Jamison
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142 - 144
Minor Element Availability in Everglades Peat from the Lake Apopka Area
John G. G. A. Fiskel
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145 - 148
Market Demand and New Crops
F. S. Jamison
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149 - 150
Radish Production in Florida
George M. Talbott
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151 - 152
The Value of Organic Nitrogen in Vegetable Fertilizers
Gaylord M. Volk
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153 - 156
Pole Bean Breeding in Florida
Albert P. Lorz, James M. Walter
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157
Blackheart of Celery and Its Relationship to Soil Fertility and Plant Composition
P. J. Westgate, W. G. Blue, C. F. Eno
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158 - 162
Damage to Congo Watermelon and Quality at the Shipping Point
R. K. Showalter
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163 - 165

Processing

Effect of Carbon Dioxide and Certain Other Chemicals on the Keeping Quality of Single Strength and Concentrated Orange Juice
Donald A. Morgan, N. B. Rushing, W. H. Miller
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166 - 170
Quality Factors in Frozen Florida Orange Concentrate
Arthur R. Pobjecky
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171 - 172
Extracting Citrus Juices
R. D. Gerwe
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173 - 176
The Determination of Internal Quality of Citrus Fruit Received at Processing Plants
Geo. F. Westbrook, E. C. Stenstrom
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177 - 178
Plate Type Heat Exchanger as a Source of Bacterial Contamination in Processing Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
D. I. Murdock, C. H. Brokaw, W. E. Allen
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179 - 182
Aluminum Foil — Its Uses and Potential Uses in the Citrus Industry
Edward Graham Battle
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183 - 185
Consumer Preferences for Canned Orange Juices of 12 to 22 Brix-Acid Ratios
Richard L.D. Morse
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186 - 192
The Industrial Uses of D-Limonene
H. E. Schrulz
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193
Effectiveness of Sorbic Acid as a Preservative for Tangerine Sherbet Base
Roger Patrick, C. D. Atkins
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194 - 196
Studies on the Freezing of Strawberries in Florida
Maurice W. Hoover, R. A. Dennison
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197 - 198
Recovery of Citrus Glucosides
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson
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199 - 202
Lemon and Lime Pectinesterase and Pectin
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins
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203 - 205
Is There a Place for Lemons in Florida? A Panel Discussion
Harry W. Ford
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206 - 209
Measurement and Control of Color in Orange Concentrate
R. L. Huggart, F. W. Wenzel
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210 - 216

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Study on Root Development
J. J. Ochse, W. J. Iwaniec
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217
Preliminary Report on Crotalaria versus Nematodes
J. J. Ochse, William S. Brewton
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218
Marcotting of Persian Limes
Norman E. Sutton
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219
Some Effects of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium on the Yield, Tree Growth, and Leaf Analysis of Avocados
S. John Lynch, Seymour Goldweber, Clarence E. Rich
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220 - 223
Oleocellosis or Rind-Oil Spot on Persian Limes
Margaret J. Mustard
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224 - 225
Some Lychee Insects of Florida
G. W. Dekle
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226 - 227
Propagation of Guavas by Graftage
Roy O. Nelson
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228 - 230
Notes on Lychee Grafting
Roy O. Nelson
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231 - 232
History of Horticulture in Dade County
Charles H. Steffani
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233 - 235
Tropical Pomology as a Hobby
William Francis Whitman
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236 - 240
Mango Breeding
T. W. Young, R. Bruce Ledin
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241 - 244
Peach Variety Tests
R. H. Sharpe, T. E. Webb, H. W. Lundy
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245 - 247
Chemical and Physical Tests of Avocado Maturity
Roy W. Harkness
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248 - 249
Studies on the West Indian Cherry, Malpighia Punicifolia L.; Observation and Data on a Promising Selection
F. Arostegui, C. F. Asenjo, Ana I. Muniz
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250 - 255
Tropical Fruits in Ice Cream
Walter A. Krienke
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256
Macadamias for Florida
Seymour Goldweber
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257 - 260
The Cape Gooseberry and the Mexican Husk Tomato
Julia F. Morton, Oris S. Russell
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261 - 265
Horticultural Portraits by Photography
John C. Noonan
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266 - 267
The Federal Avocado Marketing Agreement
Wm. H. Krome
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268 - 270
New Practices in Growing Pineapples
Scott U. Stambaugh
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271 - 274
Arabica Coffee with Leucaena Glauca for the Keys
J. J. Ochse
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Relation of Maturity to Quality in Florida Avocados
Paul L. Harding
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276 - 279
Parasitic Nematodes on Avocados — A Preliminary Report
T. W. Young, Geo. D. Ruehle
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280 - 283
Mango Varieties
R. Bruce Ledin
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284 - 289
The Guava Fruit Moth, Argyresthia Eugeniella Busck
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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290 - 292

Ornamental

Salt Tolerant Plants Grown in South Australia
T. R. N. Lothian
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293 - 296
Nematodes Infesting Certain Bulbs, Corms, and Tubers
E. G. Kelsheimer
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297 - 299
A Florida Rose Garden
G. F. Lampkin
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300 - 301
Chrysanthemum Industry in Florida
Stanley Smith
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302 - 303
Recent Advances in the Storage of Cut Flowers
Thomas J. Sheehan
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304 - 307
Adaptability of Florida Fruit Trees to Landscape Use
Jasper L. Joiner
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308 - 310
Commercial Production of Crops in Hydroponics
Raleigh J. Brown, Jr.
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311 - 312
Stromatinia Disease of Gladiolus
Robert O. Magie
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313 - 316
Value and Limitations of Soil Testing to the Grower of Ornamentals
Ernest L. Spencer, S. S. Woltz
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317 - 320
Observations on Turf Grasses
John E. Schabinger
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321 - 323
Culture of Vandaceous Orchids in Florida
M. D. Reed, Jr.
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324 - 325
A Review of Some Outstanding Problems of Florida's Ornamental Industry
E. W. McElwee
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326
Sod-Based Rotations for Bulb and Flower Crop Land
Clark B. Blickensderfer
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327 - 329
Studies on the Nutritional Requirements of Gladiolus
S. S. Woltz
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330 - 334
The How, When, and Why of Watering
Gerald I. Stout
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Florida Cut Flower Trends
Ed. H. Price, Jr.
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336 - 338
Snapdragon Culture in Florida
Orris R. Evers
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Back Matter

 
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