Vol 57 (1944)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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FSHS FSHS, Frank M. O'Byrne
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Articles

The Role of The Experiment Station in Agricultural Progress
Harold Mowry
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3 - 8
Presentation Complete Set of Proceedings to the Citrus Experiment Station
Clarissa Rolfs
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The Proceedings of the SocietyA Record of More Than Fifty Years of Progress
Frank Stirling
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10 - 13
A Special Growers Setup for Irrigation
J. C. Morton
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14 - 15
A Water Control Setup for Citrus and Vegetables In the Everglades
Paul Hoenshel
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16 - 17
Saltiness in Irrigation Wells
T. W. Young, V. C. Jamison
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18 - 22
Twelve Million Farmers Without Social Security Protection
Richard H. Lyle
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23 - 24
The Farmer Goes To Town
John Ford
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25 - 27
Utilization and Disposal of Citrus Processing Residues
R. L. Ingols
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28 - 30
Trends in the Processing of Florida Citrus Fruits and Their Influence on Returns to Producers
Robert C. Evans
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31 - 42
Concentration of Citrus Juices By Freezing
A. L. Stahl
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43 - 45
Variety Tendencies In Citrus Plantings
W. F. Ward
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46 - 50
Investigation on Citrus Fruit Products
M. K. Veldhuis
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51 - 54
Peach Culture In Florida
G. H. Blackmon
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55 - 57
The Farm and Grove Machinery Situation
H. G. Clayton
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58 - 61
The Fertilizer and Insecticide Situation for 1944-45
P. H. Groggins
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62 - 66
A Review of the Labor. Situation
A. P. Spencer
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67 - 71
Activities of the State Plant Board
A. C. Brown
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72 - 77
Packaging Citrus for Our Expeditionary Forces
Earl Newton
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78 - 79
Pulling Versus Clipping of Oranges In Respect of Loss from Stem-End Rot and Blue Mold
E. F. Hopkins, K. W. Loucks
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80 - 86
A Study of Certain Methods for the Control of StemEnd Rot and Blue Mold in Oranges
E. F. Hopkins, K. W. Loucks, C. R. Stearns, Jr.
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87 - 97
Progress Report on Purple Mite and Its Control
W. L. Thompson
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98 - 109
Phosphate Response in a Valencia Grove in the Eastern Everglades
J. R. Neller, W. F. Forsee, Jr.
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110 - 114
Changes in Florida Fruit in Recent Years
L. G. MacDowell
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New PoOsrsliabnidlioti,e sF lian. Agricultural and Horticultural Insecticides
Ralph L. Miller
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Sourness in Grapefruit in Relation to Seasonal Variations and Nutritional Programs
J. W. Sites
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Soil and Moisture Conservation Studies in Sand Hills Citrus Land
R. E. Witherell
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Sources of Magnesium
Howard A. Thullbery
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Effect of Certain Packing House Practices on Decay, Rind Breakdown and Juice Quality of Florida Oranges
J. R. Winston, C. L. Roberts
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Studies on the Use of Formaldehyde and Sodium Ortho-Phenyl-Phenate in the Control of Decay In Citrus Fruits
Erston V. Miller, J. R. Winston, G. A. Meckstroth
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144 - 148

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

The Goa Bean Deserves Another Trial In Florida
David Fairchild
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Notes on Some Newer Hard-Drying Vegetable Oils: from Aleurites trisperma Blanco and Garcia nutans Rohr
S. F. Lynch
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Lychee Progress
Wm. R. Grove
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156 - 160
Brief Viability of Tropical Seeds
T. B. McClelland
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161 - 162
Are We Not Going to do Anything About the Giant Fig of the Himalayas?
David Fairchild
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163 - 165
Ginger, A Desirable Home Garden Crop for Florida
G. Weidman Groff, S. J. Lynch
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166 - 171
Possibilities in Commercial Growing of Tropical Fruits on the East Coast of Florida
E. V. Faircloth
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172 - 174
A Key To Florida Mango Varieties
T. T. Sturrock, H. S. Wolfe
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Protecting Papaya Plants From Nematodes By the Planting of Crotalaria Spectabilis
Glenn Bates, David Fairchild
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Third Report of the Avocado Variety Committee
S. J. Lynch
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182 - 185

Vegetable

Seeds and Victory
J. J. Rocco
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184 - 185
An Evaluation of Seed Treatment Materials
A. N. Brooks
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186 - 187
Seed Problems of the 194344 Season
Mildred V. Henry
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Premature Seeding or Bolting of Cabbage
E. N. McCubbin
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Protecting Cabbage Plant Beds from Downy Mildew With Spergon
A. H. Eddins
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Th'e Management of Celery Seed Beds
G. R. Townsend
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New Fungicides for Potatoes and Tomatoes
Geo. D. Ruehle
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201 - 206
Phomopsis or "Tip-Over" of Eggplant
Phares Decker
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DDT, A New Insecticide for Vegetables
J. C. Russell
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A Test of Some Poisons and Their Carriers on Two Destructive Cutworms
E. G. Kelsheimer
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211 - 214
The Relation of Research to Vegetable Production in Florida
H. W. Schneck
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215 - 218
Growing Vegetables at Ruskin
Paul Dickman
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219 - 220
Vegetable Production at Zellwood
R. S. Dowdell
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221 - 223
Price Ceilings
E. W. Lins
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Laber and Material Requirements for Florida Vegetable Crops
J. Wayne Reitz
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Motion and Time Studies of Farm Labor
Max E. Brunk
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The Significance of the Soil Nitrate Test for Cabbage
G. M. Volk
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Recent Work on Cabbage at the U. S. Regional Vegetable Breeding Laboratory
C. F. Poole
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Variation in the Composition of Vegetables Grown in Different Areas of the State
Byron E. Janes, Jean Campbell
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238 - 240
Factors Affecting th'e Quality of Florida Dehydrated Vegetables
Arthur L. Stahl
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New Varieties of Vegetables
E. C. Minnum
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Back Matter

 
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