Vol 65 (1952)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Front Cover
FSHS FSHS
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Table of Contents
FSHS FSHS
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Front Matter
FSHS FSHS, Frank L. Holland
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ii - xxv; 1 - 2
Florida's Changing Agriculture
Willard M. Fifield
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3 - 6
Radioactive Tracer Elements as Tools in Modern Plant Science Research
Roger W. Bledsoe
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7 - 9
Progress as a Problem in the Marketing of Horticultural Products
S. R. Smith
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10 - 13
Panel on Toxic Pesticides
John M. Bellows
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14 - 19

Citrus

Correction of Iron Chlorosis in Citrus with Chelated Iron
C. D. Leonard, Ivan Stewart
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20 - 24
The Cause of Yellow Tipping in Citrus Leaves
Ivan Stewart, C. D. Leonard
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25 - 27
Evidence of Tristeza, Or Quick Decline, Virus in Florida
Theodore J. Grant
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28 - 31
Mineral Composition of Citrus Leaves from the Indian River Area of Florida
Herman J. Reitz, Wallace T. Long
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32 - 37
Effect of Copper and Lead Arsenate Sprays on the Total Acid and Maturity of Duncan Grapefruit
E. J. Deszyck, H. J. Reitz, J. W. Sites
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38 - 41
Methods of Applying Insecticides with Different Spray Machines
Charles R. Steams, Jr., W. L. Thompson, R. B. Johnson, E. J. Deszyck
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42 - 46
The Effect of Spreading Decline on the Root Distribution of Citrus
Harry W. Ford
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47 - 49
Seasonal and Geographical Distribution of Some Citrus Insects and Mites in Florida
Robert M. Pratt
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50 - 54
A Citrus Budwood Certification Program for Florida
R. S. Edsall
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55 - 56
Comments on Methods of Minimizing Tristeza Damage
E. P. DuCharme, L. C. Knorr
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57 - 61
Iron Chlorosis in Florida Citrus Groves in Relation to Certain Soil Constituents
Walter Reuther, Paul F. Smith
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62 - 68
Citrus Rootstock Trials
James A. Cook, Geo. E. Horanic, F. E. Gardner
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69 - 77
Control of Orange Decays by Pyrollidine Alone and Mixed with 2-Aminopyridine
J. R. Winston, G. A. Meckstroth
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78 - 82
Pruning Citrus in Relation to Disease Control
James F. L. Childs
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83 - 87
Some Varietal Responses of Florida Oranges to Pre-Harvest Sprays
Philip C. Reece, George E. Horanic
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88 - 91
Effect of Varying Amounts of Potash on Yield and Quality of Valencia and Hamlin Oranges
John W. Sites, Edward J. Deszyck
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92 - 97
Observations on Coverage of Sprays in Relation to Insect Control in Commercial Operations
Arthur F. Mathias
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98 - 100
Heavy-Metal Nutrition in Relation to Iron Chlorosis of Citrus Seedlings
Paul F. Smith, Alston W. Specht
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101 - 107

Vegetable

Influence of Certain Factors on Tomato Quality
R. A. Dennison, C. B. Hall, Victor Nettles
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108 - 111
Possibilities of Mechanical Potato Harvesters and Indicated Adjustments in Florida Operations
R. E.L. Greene
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112 - 113
Correction of Molybdenum Deficiency in Cauliflower
A. H. Eddins, E. N. McCubbin, Nathan Gammon G., M. Volk
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114 - 117
Some Factors Affecting Production of Broccoli at Hastings
E. N. McCubbin
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118 - 120
Trends in Costs and Returns
Donald L. Brooke
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121 - 123
Some Developments in Corn Spraying Equipment Applicable in the Everglades
John W. Randolph, Warren N. Stoner
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124 - 129
Promising Commercial Vegetable Varieties for Florida
V. F. Nettles
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130 - 132
The Importance of Stage of Maturity upon the Edible Quality of Green Beans, Lima Beans and Southern Peas
Maurice W. Hoover
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133 - 136
Survey of Research on New Soil Conditioners
Gaylord M. Volk
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137 - 142
Preliminary Report on Copper Toxicity and Iron Chlorosis in Old Vegetable Fields
Philip J. Westgate
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143 - 146
Tomato Late Blight Resistance as Affected by Races of Phytophthora Infestans
Robert A. Conover, James M. Walter
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147
A Vegetable-Pasture Rotation Study at the Indian River Field Laboratory
N. C. Hayslip, J. F. Darby, R. J. Allen
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148 - 153
Minor Element Deficiencies and Field Corrections Established by Research in Florida Vegetables
W. T. Forsee, Jr.
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154 - 158
Status of Pesticide Residues on Florida Vegetables
C. H. Van Middelem
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159 - 161
Some Reasons Why We Have Wormy Sweet Corn
E. G. Kelsheimer
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162
Report on the Use of Chemical Weed Killers for Nutgrass, Control
Donald S. Burgis, W. G. Cowperthwaite
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163 - 164
Greenhouse Tests of the Resistance of Ohio MR17 and Niagara Cucumbers to the Southern Strain of Cucumber Mosaic Virus
Warren N. Stoner
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165 - 168
The Significant Development in Cultural and Harvesting Equipment in Florida's Vegetable Industry
Paul B. Dickman
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169 - 170
Studies on Control of Blackheart of Celery
Carroll M. Geraldson
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171 - 172
The New Immokalee Area
H. L. Johnson
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173 - 174
The Spread from Grower to Consumer with Specific Crops
Edwin W. Cake
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175 - 176
Status of the Mechanical Bean Picker
R. J. Fortier
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177 - 179

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Effect of Cold Storage on Some Florida Avocados
Margaret J. Mustard
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180 - 185
Observations on Rooting of Lychee Cuttings
J. J. Ochse
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186
The Naranjilla (Sclanum quitoense, Lam.)
R. Bruce Ledin
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187 - 189
Grafting Studies on Macadamia and Sapodilla in Relation to Carbohydrates, Using Pre-girdled Scions
Ibrahim Fahmy
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190 - 192
Some Field Observations on Florida Experiment Station Hybrid Grapes
Warren N. Stoner, Loren H. Stover
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193 - 195
The Occurrence of Papaya Fruit Fly in Mango
F. Gray Butcher
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196
Systox, A Systemic Insecticide for Pineapple Mite Control
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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197 - 198
Grafted Casuarina Trees for Use as Windbreaks or Ornamentals
George D. Ruehle
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199 - 200
A Hydroponic Mist-Type Plant Propagator
Joel Kuperberg, William A. Murphy
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201 - 202
The Geographic and Native Plant Names Approach to World-Wide Economic Plant Distribution and Exchange
G. Weidman Groff
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203 - 208
Two Virus Diseases of the Papaya
Robert A. Conover
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209

Processing

Frozen Concentrated Citrus Juices - Co-Packer Quality Control
H. S. Madsen, A. D. D'Ercole
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210 - 213
Preparation of Tangerine Puree
Gray Singleton
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214 - 216
Clarification in Heat-Treated Pineapple Orange Concentrates
C. D. Atkins, R. L. Huggart, F. W. Wenzel
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217 - 219
Pectinesterase Retention in Citrus Juices Stored! at Various Temperatures
A. H. Rouse
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220 - 222
The Glucosides of Citrus
J. W. Kesterson, R. Hendrickson
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223 - 225
Viscosity of Citrus Molasses
R. Hendrickson, J. W. Kesterson
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226 - 229
Selected Studies of Consumer Preferences for Canned Orange Juices
Richard L. D. Morse
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230 - 233
Changes in Pectic Substances in Valencia Orange Juice during Concentration
J. H. Dietz, F. W. Wenzel
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234 - 236
Effect of Concentration on Clarification in Concentrated Citrus Juices
Richard L. Huggart
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237 - 241
Ultrasonic Treatment of Orange Juice Products
T. J. Kew
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242 - 245
Examination of Experimental Packs of Frozen Tangerine Concentrate
F. W. Wenzel, R. L. Huggart, R. W. Olsen, E. L. Moore, C. D. Atkins
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246 - 249
Studies on the Preparation of Processed Celery Products
R. A. Dennison
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250 - 252
Reduction of Scale Formation in Citrus Molasses Evaporators
R. W. Kilburn
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253 - 254
Commercial Possibilities of Frozen Tropical Fruit Juice Concentrate Use with or Without Citrus Juices
Arthur L. Stahl
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255 - 257
Paired Comparison Taste Panel Procedures for Citrus Juice
A. E. Willson, W. D. Hanson
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258 - 262

Ornamental

Progress in Gladiolus Research
Robert O. Magie, W. G. Cowperthwaite
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263 - 265
Chorisia Trees - How Many Kinds Are There?
Edwin A. Menninger
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266 - 278
Hibiscus Progress in 1952
Ruth Stuart Allen
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279 - 280
Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association
Charles R. Wedding
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281
Foliage Plants
Alex Laurie
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282 - 283
Landscaping with Tropical and Subtropical Fruits
H. S. Wolfe
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284 - 285
Soil Sterilization
J. A. Pinckard
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286 - 288
The Value of an Association or Society to a Commercial Horticultural Industry
Ed H. Price, Jr.
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289 - 292
Common Sense vs. Tradition in Orchid Culture
T. A. Fennell, Jr.
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293 - 294
What Grass to Plant Where
Roy A. Bair
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295 - 298
Chrysanthemums Become an Important Cut Flower Crop in Florida
J. Hapgood BrooksIII
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299 - 305
Salt Tolerant Plants for South Florida
Rae Ferguson
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306 - 313

Back Matter

 
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