Vol 52 (1939)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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FSHS FSHS, Edmund H. Rice, R. V. Springer, Henry C. Henricksen
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A Word Picture of Old Miami
Marjory Stoneman Douglas
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5 - 8
Some Tropical Fruit Possibilities for Florida
David Fairchild
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9 - 15
Memorial Service
F. M. O'Bryne
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16
The Cycle of Organic Matter in Soils
F. B. Smith
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17 - 20
A Rapid Laboratory Method for the Determination of Exchangeable Magnesium in Soils
Michael Peech, C. M. Tidwell, M. L. Brown
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21 - 29
The Adaptability of Rapid Laboratory Methods to the Study of Highly Organic Soils
W. T. Forsee, Jr.
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30 - 32
Question Box
R. S. Edsell
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33 - 35
Annual Dues
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36

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

The Jaboticaba in Florida—An Addendum
H. S. Wolfe
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37 - 39
Malacantha, a Wild Fruit Tree of the Gold Coast
David Fairchild
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40 - 41
Some Root-Stock Experiments with Malpighia
David Sturrock
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42
Effect of Various Degrees of Heading Back on Subsequent Growth of Avocado Trees
Hamilton F. Traub, T. Ralph Robinson
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43 - 47
The Fairchild Tropical Garden
Robert H. Montgomery
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48 - 50
Yes, We Have No Pineapple Slips
R. A. Carlton
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51 - 52
Fundamentals of Pineapple Growing
Henry C. Henricksen
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53 - 56
Papaya Diseases
H. E. Stevens
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57 - 62
Palms for Florida Landscapes
K. Dahlberg
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63 - 66
The Avocado Industry of Central Florida
W. F. Ward
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67 - 68
Avocado Growing in the Okeechobee Region
Paul Hoenshel
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69 - 70
Avocado Growing in the Redland District
Sam J. Davis
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71 - 72
Experiments for the Control of Fruit Spots of the Avocado
Geo. D. Ruehle
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73 - 78
Studies in the Cold Storage of Avocados
S. J. Lynch, A. H Stahl
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79 - 80
Seasonal Variation in Juice and Acid Content of Persian Limes
S. J. Lynch
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81 - 82
Persian Lime Marketing
C. J. Parman
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83 - 85
Business Session
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86

Citrus

Investigation on the Development of Color in Citrus Fruits
Erston V. Miller, J. R. Winston
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87 - 89
The Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) Content of Juice of the Principal Varieties of Florida Oranges
Paul L. Harding, J. R. Winston
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90 - 94
Factors in Diagnosing Citrus Grove Conditions
A. F. Camp
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95 - 99
The Place of Nutritional Sprays in the Spray Program
W. W. Hubbell
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100 - 103
Factors Influencing the Development and Control of Scale Insects on Citrus
W. L. Thompson
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104 - 111
Melanose and Its Control
H. A. Thullbery
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112 - 114
The Effect of Drought on Trees and Grove Practices
Frank M. O'Byrne
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115 - 117
Further Light on the Nature and Cause of Psorosis of Citrus Trees
Arthur S. Rhoads
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118 - 120
Grapefruit as a Commodity
W. H. Mouser
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The Grower Organization and the Citrus Industry
L. H. Kramer
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122 - 123
The Merchandising of Fruits
John Hall
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124 - 126
The Florida Citrus Advertising and Promotional Campaign
L. W. Marvin
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127 - 131
Some Nutritional, Medicinal and Bactericidal Aspects of Citrus Fruits
Sterling V. Mead
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132 - 137
Agricultural Tariffs as They Affect Florida
Luther L. Chandler
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138 - 142
Some Effects of Maturity on the Marketability of Florida Tomatoes
W. M. Fifield
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143 - 146
Iceberg Lettuce Growing in Manatee County, Florida
F. M. Conner
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147 - 149
Banquet—Conferring of Honorary Memberships
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150 - 151
Some Problems in Marketing Florida's Citrus Crops
L. M. Rhodes
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152 - 154

Back Matter

Committees for 1940
 
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Deceased Members
 
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Report of Necrology Committee
 
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157 - 159
Report of Secretary
 
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Report of Treasurer
 
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161 - 162
Report of Auditing Committee
 
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163
Executive Committee Meeting
 
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164
Resolutions
 
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165 - 166
 
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