Vol 53 (1940)

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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FSHS FSHS, Major M. J. Mackler, Marvin H. Walker, Cecil A. Johnson, A. E. Nelson, F. M. O'Byrne
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ii - xxxii; 2 - 15

Articles

Soil Reaction Tendencies in Sandy Citrus Soils
W. L. Tait
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16 - 21
The Benefits Derived from the Practical Use of Scientific Facts in Citrus Culture
H. A. Thullbery
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22 - 25
Progress Report of the Effects of No Potassium and Various Sources of Amounts of Potassium on Citrus
George M. Bahrt, Wallace R. Roy
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26 - 33
The Effect of Zinc, Iron, Manganese and Magnesium Applied to Frenched and Bronzed Orange Groves, on the Vitamin C. Content of Oranges
Wallace R. Roy, George M. Bahrt
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34 - 37
Some Effects of Soils and Fertilizers on Fruit Composition
B. R. Fudge, G. B. Fehmerling
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38 - 45
Zinc As A Corrective for Little-Leaf of Peach in Florida
G. H. Blackmon, R. D. Dickey
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46 - 48
Peaches As A Potential Crop in South Florida
Robt. P. Thronton
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49 - 51
The AAA Program for Citrus
H. G. Clayton
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52 - 55
Thrips Attacking Citrus Fruits in Florida
W. L. Thompson
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56 - 60
The Status of the Melanose Fungus in Cold Injured Citrus Wood
R. K. Voorhees
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61 - 63
The Status of Citrus Pests Following the Recent Cold
Ralph L. Miller
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64 - 66
The Status of Citrus Pests Following the Recent Cold
W. L. Thompson
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67 - 71
The Annual Banquet
Editors Editors
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72 - 77
Seasonal Changes in the Principal Varieties of Florida Oranges
Paul L. Harding
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78 - 86
Our Changing Agriculture
Dr. Wilmon Newell
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87 - 89
Symposium on What Constitutes Quality In Citrus Fruits
W. L'E. Barnett
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90
Symposium on What Constitutes Quality In Citrus Fruits: Quality of Citrus From the Legal Standpoint
J. J. Taylor
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91 - 93
Symposium on What Constitutes Quality In Citrus Fruits: Trade Confidence and Consumer Satisfaction
Norman C. Ives
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94
Symposium on What Constitutes Quality In Citrus Fruits: What Constitutes Quality in Florida Citrus Fruit
Jos. A. Schwab
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95 - 96
Symposium on What Constitutes Quality In Citrus Fruits: Quality From The Health Standpoint
Dana Coman
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97
Symposium on What Constitutes Quality In Citrus Fruits: The Quality of Citrus Fruit as Affected by Cultural Practice
O. C. Bryan
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98 - 99
Symposium on What Constitutes Quality In Citrus Fruits: Problems in Producing an Orange of Good Quality and in Selling it on its Merits
E. F. DeBusk
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100 - 110
Protecting The Citrus Markets
G. E. Copeland
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111 - 114
Facts And Fancies About Florida Freezes
Eckley S. Ellison
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115 - 119
Preliminary Reports on Varieties, and Other Factors As Influencing Cold Resistance In Citrus
W. W. Lawless, A. F. Camp
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120 - 125
Symposium on The Protection of Groves Against Cold by Firing
F. M. O'Byrne
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126
Symposium on The Protection of Groves Against Cold by Firing: My Views Regarding Grove Firing
W. A. Varn
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126
Symposium on The Protection of Groves Against Cold by Firing: The Protection of Groves Against Cold by Firing
W. F. Ward
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127 - 129
Symposium on The Protection of Groves Against Cold by Firing: Firing Citrus Groves in Orange County
Howard Phillips
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130 - 132
Symposium on The Protection of Groves Against Cold by Firing: Firing 300 Acre Grove at Citra, During the January 1940 Freeze
W. P. Crosby
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133
A Diagnosis of Certain Growing Pains Evident in the Citrus Industry
S. R. Smith
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134 - 140
The Position of the Grower of Small Acreage in the Citrus Industry
E. L. Wirt
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141 - 146

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Fertilizer Studies With Avocados
H. S. Wolfe, S. J. Lynch
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147 - 149
Zinc Deficiency of the Avocado
Geo. D. Ruehle
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150 - 151
Copper Sulphate As A Corrective for Dieback, A New Disease of the Avocado
Geo. D. Ruehle, S. J. Lynch
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152 - 154
Spraying Experiments for Control of Avocado Anthracnose
Geo. D. Ruehle
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155 - 157
Observations on Protection of Avocados from Cold Injury
W. F. Ward
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158 - 160
Looking Ahead In California
Geo. B. Hodgkin
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161 - 162
Grove Irrigation In Dade County
W. H. Krome
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163 - 166
Little-Leaf. of Mangos; A Zinc Deficiency
S. J. Lynch, Geo. D. Ruehle
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167 - 168
Experiences in the Propagation of Some Sub-Tropical Fruits
Horace M. Sherwood
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169 - 172
Observations On Pineapple Growing
O. M. Winchester
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173
Rooting Citrus Cuttings With Synthetic Growth-Substances
William C. Cooper
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174 - 176
A Descriptive List of Some of the Tropical Plants and Trees Introduced and Growing in Peace's Jungle Garden at Buckingham, Fla.
Mrs. Edwin Peace
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177 - 180
Some Chemical Constituents of Papayas and Their Relation to Flavor
S. J. Lynch, W. M. Fifield
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181 - 183
Effect of Recent Freeze on Lychee, Jaboticaba and Mimosa Bracaatinga
Hamilton P. Traub, T. Ralph Robinson
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184 - 187
Observations on Protection of Papayas From Cold
Scott U. Stambaugh
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188 - 191
Observations on the January 1940 Cold Injury to Tropical and Sub-Tropical Plants
S. J. Lynch
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192 - 194
Rootstocks for Tangelos and Other Citrus Hybrids; and Fruit Seed Content
T. Ralph Robinson
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195 - 199

Vegetable

Important Factors in the Marketing; of Florida Iceberg Lettuce
W. M. Scott, Alan W. Wilson
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200 - 201
Some Effective Methods of Applying Fertilizer
Victor Fleetwood Nettles
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202 - 205
Cost of Producing Celery in The Everglades
R. H. Howard
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206 - 209
The Response of Several Strains of Crisp-Head Lettuce to Seasonal Change on the Florida West Coast
J. R. Beckenbach
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210 - 213

Back Matter

 
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