Vol 56 (1943)

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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Front Matter
FSHS FSHS, Frank M. O'Byrne, Hon. Francis Flood
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ii - xxviii; 1 - 2

Articles

A Study of the Irrigation of Citrus Groves in the Vero Beach Section of Florida
T. W. Young
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8 - 21
GreenSpotting In Relation to Time of Day Toot Early Oranges Are Harvested
Erston V. Miller, J. R. Winston
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22 - 25
The Effect of Phosphates Upon the Fixation of Zinc and Copper In Several Florida Soils
Vernon C. Jamison
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26 - 30
Decay Control In Florida Lemons
J. R. Winston, G. A. Meckstroth
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31 - 37
Studies of Boron Deficiency In Grapefruit
Wallace R. Roy
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38 - 42
Leaching of Potash From A Sandy Citrus Soil of Florida
Chas. D. Kime, Jr.
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43 - 48
A Comparison of Some Copper Fungicidel!. In Controlling Citrus Melanose
R. K. Voorhees
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49 - 55
The Utilization of Florida Fruits and Vegetables
J. L. Heid
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56 - 59
A Resume of Feeding and Spraying Citrus Trees From A Nutritional Standpoint
A. F. Camp
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60 - 78
Citrus Research
L. G. MacDowell
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79 - 80
Difficulties of Inspection for Plant Pests Under War-Time Conditions
Arthur C. Brown
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81 - 85
Program - Division of Agriculture, State Defense Council of Florida
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86 - 87
Florida's War-Time Agricultural Situation
L. H. Kramer
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88 - 89
The State Department of Agriculture and The War Effort
Nat Mayo
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90 - 91
The Agricultural Situation
H. G. Clayton
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92 - 94
The Fertilizer Situation In Florida
F. J. Woods
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95 - 97
The Fertilizer Situation From A National Standpoint
L. G. Porter
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98 - 99
Insecticides and Fungicides
W. Leonard Bartlum
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100 - 102
Resume of Program, Florida State Defense Council
Pauline Baggett
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103 - 109
War Food Administration and The Citrus Industry
H. G. Hamilton
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110 - 116

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

The Effect of Potash Upon the Yield of Papaya Fruit and Upon Some of Its Chemical Constituents
S. J. Lynch, Margaret J. Mustard, Grant Slate
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117 - 121
Comparative Seasonal Development of Avocado Fruits and Seeds
R. B. Piper, F. E. Gardner
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122 - 123
Ease of Propagation of Some SubTropical Fruits By Cuttings From Young Seedlings
F. E. Gardner, R. B. Piper
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124 - 125
A New Disease of ~ersian ,(Tahiti) Lime Transmitted Through Budwood
Geo. D. Ruehle
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126 - 128
Commercial Papaya Culture in Pinellas County
J. B. King
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129 - 130
Growing Cayenne Pineapples In Central Florida
D. S. Radebaugh
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131 - 133
Some Ecological Factors Involved In Successful Lychee Culture
G. Weidman Groft
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134 - 155
The Botany Of The Citrus Fruits and Their Wild Relatives, As A Guide to Their Use in Breeding
Walter T. Swingle
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156 - 164
In Defense of the Bael Fruit
Aegle Marmelos, David Fairchild
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165 - 170
Second Report of the Avocado Variety Committee
Wm. H. Krome
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171 - 172

Vegetable

The Reasons for A and B Vegetables
F. S. Jamison
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173 - 174
The Pigeon Pea as a Food Crop
Scott U. Stambaugh
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175 - 176
Cabbage Variety Tests In The Hastings Section
E. N. McCubbin
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177 - 181
The Dehydration of Vegetable Crops
Harry Amenta
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182 - 184
Florida Crops Needed For Dehydration
Elmer L. Olson
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185 - 186
Talinum, A Summer Vegetable for Florida
David Fairchild
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187 - 190

Back Matter

 
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191 - 199