Vol 62 (1949)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Front Matter
FSHS FSHS
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Table of Contents
FSHS FSHS
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President's Annual Address
Frank Stirling
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Citrus

Citrus Cover Crops
Fred P. Lawrence
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3 - 6
Boxes Harvested, Costs and Returns on Orange and Grapefruit Groves for 17 Seasons, 1931-48
Zach Savage
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7 - 15
State Plant Board Quarantine Activities
Arthur C. Brown
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16 - 22
The Florida Citrus Mutual
Alden M. Drury
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23 - 26
The Florida Citrus Commission
Robert C. Evans
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27 - 30
Observations on Boron Deficiency in Citrus
Paul F. Smith, Walter Reuther
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31 - 37
A Comparison of the Mineral Composition of Valencia Leaves from the Major Producing Areas of the United States
Walter Reuther, Paul F. Smith, Alston W. Specht
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38 - 44
Progress Report on Citrus Decline
R. F. Suit, L. C. Knorr
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45 - 48
Arsenic Sprays on Grapefruit in Relation to the New Citrus Code
Herman J. Reitz
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49 - 54
Nucellar Seedling Strains of Citrus
L. D. Batchelor, J. W. Cameron
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55 - 64
Present Status of Organic Versus Inorganic Nitrogen as Related to Yield and Fruit Quality
J. W. Sites
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65 - 71
Studies of Tristeza Disease of Citrus in Brazil
Theodore J. Grant, A. S. Costa, Silvio Moreira
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72 - 79
Citrus Culture in South Africa
T. Ralph Robinson
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80 - 83
Panel on Pesticides
W. Mercer Rowe, Jr.
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84 - 83
Panel on Pesticides: The Importance of Pesticides to the Citrus Industry
Howard A. Thullbery
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84 - 85
Panel on Pesticides: Importance of Pesticides to Growers of Florida Vegetable Crops
Joffre C. David
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86
Panel on Pesticides: The Role of the Citrus Experiment Station Entomologists in the Development of New Insecticides
J. T. Griffiths, Jr.
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87 - 88
Panel on Pesticides: Field Research with Pesticides for Vegetables
Norman C. Hayslip
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89 - 90
Panel on Pesticides: Industry's Role in Development of Pesticides
F. D. H. Dade
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91
An Interpretation of the Cause of Resistance to Wetting in Florida Soils
I. W. Wander
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92 - 93
Plant Quarantine Enforcement from a Customs Viewpoint
A. G. Watson, Jr.
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94 - 99
Progress Report on Parathion as an Insecticide for Citrus Trees in Florida
W. L. Thompson, J. T. Griffiths, Jr., J. W. Sites
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100 - 104
Modern Quarantine Problems in Florida Citrus
A. F. Camp
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105 - 109
Parathion Residues on Citrus Foliage and in the Peel of Oranges
C. R. Steams, Jr.
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110 - 111
Progress Toward a Better Viticulture for Warm Climates
J. L. Fennell
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112 - 116

Vegetable

Some Aspects of Nematode Control with Chemicals
J. R. Christie
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117
Growing Staked Tomatoes on the West Coast of Florida
Vance V. Vogel
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118 - 121
In-The-Row Application of Soil Fumigants for Vegetables on Sandy Soils
J. M. Walter, E. G. Kelsheimer
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122 - 126
The Present Status of Sprays and Dusts for the Control of Insects Attacking Sweet Corn
Norman C. Hayslip
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127 - 129
Dithane Dust Indicates Effective Control of Melon Worm and Pickle Worm
Wm. G. Genung
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130 - 131
Spray Residues and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
William Stokes
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132 - 134
Precautions to be Exercised in Using Organic Insecticides on Vegetable Crops
J. W. Wilson
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135 - 137
Compatibility of Spray Materials
J. R. Beckenbach, E. G. Kelsheimer, J. M. Walter
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138 - 140
Fertilizing Celery on the Sarasota Muckland
Ernest L. Spencer, D. S. Burgis
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141 - 142
The Effect of Soil pH Upon the Growth of Celery Seedlings on the Peat and Muck Soils of the Everglades
W. T. Forsee, Jr.
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143 - 145
Recent Advances in Watermelon Disease Control
G. K. Parris
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146 - 148
What's New in Truck Crop Machinery and What More Do We Need?
John W. Randolph
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149 - 150
Consumer Packaging of Florida Beans
Arthur L. Stahl, Margaret J. Mustard
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151 - 157
Growers' Relations with the Press
Nixon Smiley
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158 - 159

Processing

A Two-Year Survey of Florida Coldpressed Oil of Orange
J. W. Kesterson
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160 - 162
Frozen Purees from Florida Citrus Fruits
Owen W. Bissett
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163 - 164
The Vitamin P Content of Frozen Orange Concentrate
Boris Th. Sokoloff, James B. Redd
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165 - 169
Gel Formation in Frozen Citrus Concentrates Thawed and Stored at 40° F.
Alvin H. Rouse
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170 - 173
The Role of Micro-Organisms and Storage Temperatures on the Quality of Orange Concentrate
Roger Patrick
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174 - 176
The Disposal of Citrus Waste Waters
J. Arthur Lewis
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177 - 178
Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice — Past, Present and Future
F. W. Wenzel, C. D. Atkins, Edwin L. Moore
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179 - 182

Ornamental

Rose Culture in Florida
G. H. Blackmon
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183 - 184
Mushroom Root Rot in Florida
Erdman West
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185 - 186
Research on Ornamentals at the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station
R. J. Wilmot
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187 - 188
Evergreen Trees for Street Planting in Warm Regions
Edwin A. Menninger
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189 - 196
Parathion Controls Some of the Insect Pests on Woody Ornamentals
Louis C. Kuitert
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197
Gladiolus in the Florida Garden
Robert O. Magie
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198 - 200
The Genus Jasminum in Florida
R. D. Dickey
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201 - 203

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

A Practical Approach to Prevent the Marketing of Immature Mangos
Milton Cobin
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204 - 206
Mango Budding
S. J. Lynch, Roy Nelson
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207 - 209
Preliminary Report on a Cutting Experiment with Avocado and Mango
J. J. Ochse
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210 - 211
Progress of the Avocado and Lime Industry in the Ridge Section of Florida
W. F. Ward
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212 - 214
Strophanthus Sarmentosus, A Possible New Drug Plant for South Florida
H. F. Loomis
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215 - 216
Dipping Pineapple Planting Stock for Mealybug Control
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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217 - 219
The Possibilities of 2,4-D for the Control of Post-Harvest Decay in Florida Limes
Charles M. Gates
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220 - 222
The Culture of the Lychee
Wen Hsun Chen
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223 - 225
Packaging and Storage of Mangos and Avocados
Margaret J. Mustard, Arthur L. Stahl
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226 - 231
Investigation of the Proper Maturity of Tahiti Limes for Marketing
Francis B. Lincoln
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232 - 237
Water Damage to Tropical Plants
D. J. McSwiney
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238 - 239
Observations on the Propagation of Palms
A. C. Jordahn
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240 - 241
Sub-Tropical Fruits in St. Petersburg Home Gardens
Mrs. Frank Walmsley
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242 - 245

Back Matter

 
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