Vol 66 (1953)

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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i - xxii
President's Annual Address
R. S. Edsall
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Costa Rica and Its Agriculture
Harold Mowry
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2 - 4
Soil Microbiology Contributes to Florida Agriculture
F. B. Smith
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5 - 11
The Outlook for 1954
J. Earl Coke
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12 - 13

Citrus

Frozen Tangerine Concentrate
F. W. Wenzel, E. L. Moore, C. D. Atkins
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14 - 16
The Necessity for Quality Fruit in the Terminal Markets and Its Advantages to the Dealer Service Department and Florida Grower
Charles J. Koechling, Jr.
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17 - 19
Present Status of Tristeza in Florida
M. Cohen, L. C. Knorr
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20 - 21
Root Distribution of Chlorotic and Iron-Chelate-Treated Citrus Trees
Harry W. Ford
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22 - 26
A Preliminary Report on the Requirements of Young Valencia Trees for Zinc, Manganese, and Copper When Fertilized at Two Different Rates
J. T. Griffiths, J. K. Enzor, Jr.
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27 - 32
Observations on Citrus Blight
J. F. L. Childs
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33 - 36
Copper Oxide as a Soil Amendment for Citrus
Herman J. Reitz, Neil F. Shimp
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37 - 41
Degreening Conditions for Florida Citrus
W. Grierson, W. F. Newhall
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42 - 45
Factors in the Control of the Burrowing Nematode on Citrus
R. F. Suit, E. P. DuCharme, T. L. Brooks, H. W. Ford
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46 - 48
Chelated Iron as a Corrective for Lime-Induced Chlorosis in Citrus
C. D. Leonard, Ivan Stewart
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49 - 53
The EHect of Fertilizer Timing and Rate of Application on Fruit Quality and Production of Hamlin Oranges
John W. Sites, I. W. Wander, E. J. Deszyck
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54 - 61
The Effect of Borax and Lead Arsenate Sprays on the Total Acid and Maturity of Marsh Grapefruit
E. J. Deszyck, J. W. Sites
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62 - 64
Spray Programs, Varieties, and Weather Conditions in Relation to Six-Spotted Mite and Purple Mite Infestations
Robert M. Pratt, W. L. Thompson
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65 - 68
Aids in the Detection of Tristeza in Florida Citrus
Theodore J. Grant
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69 - 72
Relation of pH and Soil Type to Toxicity of Copper to Citrus Seedlings
Walter Reuther, Paul F. Smith, Geo K. Scudder, Jr.
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73 - 79
Mineral Content of Oranges in Relation to Fruit Age and Some Fertilization Practices
Paul F. Smith, Walter Reuther
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80 - 84
Mineral Composition of Valencia Orange Seedlings Grown in Solutions with Varying Amounts of Copper, Zinc, Manganese, and Iron
Paul F. Smith, Alston W. Specht
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85 - 88
Preliminary Studies of Aphid Transmission of Tristeza Virus in Florida
Paul A. Norman, Theodore J. Grant
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89 - 91

Vegetable

A Preliminary Report on the Use of Nutrional Sprays Containing N, P and K in Tomato Production
N. C. Hayslip, W. T. Forsee, Jr.
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92 - 96
Some Factors Affecting the Yield of Broccoli on Scranton Fine Sand in Florida
Gray Singleton
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97 - 99
Cantaloupes in Florida
B. F. Whitner, Jr., D. G. A. Kelbert, James fshs@fshs.org Montelaro, George fshs@fshs.org Swank, Jr., John W. Wilson
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100 - 102
Recent Developments in the Control of the Major Diseases of Unstaked Tomatoes Grown on the Sandy Soils of South Florida
J. F. Darby
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103 - 106
Performance of New Tomato Types in the Gulf Coast Area
David A. G. Kelbert, James M. Walter
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107 - 108
Florida Ninety Strawberry After one Year in Commercial Production
A. N. Brooks
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109 - 111
Return of Nematodes following Fumigation of Florida Soils
V. G. Perry
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112 - 113
Plant Response to Aluminum Sulfate
Benjamin Wolf
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114 - 116
Characteristics and Occurrence of Certain Nematodes in Florida Soils
Joseph M. Good, Jr.
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117 - 120
Factors Associated with Crease-Stem of Tomato
Ernest L. Spencer
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121 - 123
Prevention of Skinning of Potatoes
C. B. Hall
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124 - 125
What Can the Florida Vegetable Industry Accomplish with a Marketing Agreement?
Marshall R. Godwin
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126 - 129
Vegetable Trade in the Caribbean Area
Cecil N. Smith
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130 - 137
Formation of Plowsole Pans in Florida Soils
Gaylord M. Volk
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138 - 140
Effect of 2,4-D on Four Sweet Corn Hybrids at Different Stages of Growth
V. L. Guzman, E. A. Wolf
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141 - 147
Fertility Requirements of Field Com Grown on Sandy Soils Following a Fall Crop of Unstaked Tomatoes
W. T. Forsee, Jr.,, N. C. Hayslip
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148 - 152
The Training of Retail Store Produce Handlers in Handling Vegetables
Stanley E. Rosenberger
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153 - 154
Field Control of Blackheart of Celery
Carroll M. Geraldson
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155 - 158
Some Manganese-Iron Relationships in Tomato Fruits Grown on Marl, Peat and Sand Soils
John G. A. Fiskell, W. T. Forsee, Jr., J. L. Malcolm
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159 - 165
Retarding Effect of Some Insecticides on Cabbage Seedlings
T. M. Dobrovsky
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166 - 167
Fungicides for the Control of Early Blight on Celery
George Swank, Jr.
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168 - 171
The Effect of Copper on Nitrification in Some Florida Soils
Charles F. Eno
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172 - 176
Fruit and Vegetable Marketing in Europe
F. S. Jamison
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177 - 178

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Chelates for the Correction of Iron Chlorosis in Subtropical Plants
John L. Malcolm
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179 - 183
Belair Groves, Sanford, Pioneer in Sub-Tropical Horticultural Introductions
Philip J. Westgate, R. Bruce Ledin
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184 - 186
A Progress Report on Research in Tropical and Sub-Tropical Fruit at the Government Experiment Station, Nassau. Bahamas
Oris S. Russel
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187
Horticultural Development of Florida Blueberries
Ralph H. Sharpe
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188 - 189
Two New Fruits for South Florida
Geo. D. Ruehle
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190 - 192
Sub-Tropical Fruits in Central Florida
R. E. Norris
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193 - 194
Sub-Tropical Fruit Industry in Egypt
Ahmed Labib El-Tomi
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195 - 197
High Humidity Treatment for Air Layers of Lychee
Roy Nelson
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198 - 199
Notes on Fruiting of Strophanthus Sarmentosus in South Florida
M. J. Dijkman, M. B. Azoff
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200 - 204
Review of Investigations on the Annona Species
John C. Noonan
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205 - 210
The Incredible Lychee Comes of Age — Florida Lychee Growers Association
Arthur M. Hill, Jr.
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211 - 210
Solarium Hyporhodium or Cocona
J. J. Ochse
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211
Observations of Floral Biology and Fruitsetting in Lychee Varieties
Margaret J. Mustard, Roy O. Nelson, Su-Ying Liu
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212 - 219
Rooting Guava (Psidium Guajava.. c. Supreme) Stem Cuttings in a Hydroponic Mist-Type Plant Propagator
Joel Kuperberg
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220 - 223
Some Effects of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilization on the Constituents of Persian Lime Fruits
S. John Lynch, Seymour Goldweber, Clarence Rich
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224 - 227
Fertilizer. Irrigation Studies on Avocados and Limes on the Rockdale Soils of the Homestead Area
M. H. Gallatin
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228 - 229
The Geographic and Native Plant Name Approach to World-Wide Economic Plant Distribution and Exchange
G. Weidman Groff
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230 - 239

Processing

Microbiological Examination of Jaffa Oranges with Stylar End Spot
E. C. Hill
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240 - 242
Frozen Temple Orange Concentrate
R. W. Olsen, R. L. Huggart, C. D. Atkins
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243 - 245
The Results of Research on Citrus Processing Waste Disposal
J. W. Wakefield
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246 - 253
Notes on Factors Associated with Gelation in Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
C. W. Huskins, T. J. Kew
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254 - 257
Lime Oil as a Factor in Deterioration of Flavor of Lime Juice
George B. Macfie, Jr.
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258 - 262
Wines from Tropical Fruits
George B. Macfie, Jr.
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263 - 267
Maturity Changes in Pineapple Oranges and Their Effect on Processed Frozen Concentrate
A. H. Rouse, C. D. Atkins
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268 - 272
A Citrus Plant Eliminates Waste
Harold Marston
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273 - 275
Sweet Potato Canning in Florida
Robert A. Nanz
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276 - 277
Some Observations of Gum-Forming Organisms Found on Fruit Surfaces
D. I. Murdock, J. F. Folinazzo, C. H. Brokaw
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278 - 280
Effect of Concentration of Orange Juice and Temperature of Storage on Growth and Survival of Microorganisms
N. B. Rushing, R. Patrick, M. K. Veldhuis
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281 - 286
Citrus Ice Cream
W. A. Krienke
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287 - 288
The Effect of Different Methods of Juice Extraction on the Pectic Content of Valencia Orange Juice
C. D. Atkins, A. H. Rouse
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289 - 291
Exploratory Studies of Preschool Children's Taste Discrimination and Preference for Selected Citrus Juices
Richard L. D. Morse
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292 - 300

Ornamental

Notes on Some Ectoparasitic Nematodes Found Attacking Lawns in the Tampa Bay Area
E. G. Kelsheimer, Amegda J. Overman
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301 - 302
Bulb, Tubers, and Rhizomes for Central Florida
Gerald B. Knight
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303 - 305
Studies on Leaf Scorch of Gladiolus
S. S. Woltz, R. O. Magie, C. M. Geraldson
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306 - 309
The Imported Fire Ant in Florida
G. W. Dekle
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310
Granular Insecticides
E. G. Kelsheimer
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311 - 313
New Hybrid Crotons
James F. Griffin, Jr.
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314 - 317
Gladiolus Corm Treatments in the Control of Fusarium Rot
Robert O. Magie
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318 - 320
Use of Demeton (Systox) for Controlling Insects of Ornamentals
L. C. Kuitert
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321 - 323
Some Shrubs for the Landscape in North Florida
G. H. Blackmon
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324 - 325
Cultivation of the Genus Alocasia in Florida
J. B. Reark
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326 - 330
Growing Tulips in Northern Florida
R. D. Dickey
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331 - 333

Back Matter

 
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