Vol 49 (1936)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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W. E. Craig, A. C. Hatch, F. H. Hammer, Charles G. Smith, W. E. Sexton
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ii - xix; 1 - 4

Articles

Major Plant Food Elements for Citrus
R. M. Barnette
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4 - 8
Some Field Tests With Magnesium Sources
W. L. Tait
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9 - 13
The Relation of Foliage to Tree Maintenance and Fruit Production
B. R. Fudge
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14 - 18
The Yellowing of Citrus Leaves
A. F. Camp, Walter Reuther
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19 - 22
The Better Fruit Program
Earl W. Hartt
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23 - 25
The Better Fruit Spray and Dust Program of the Florida Citrus Commission
E. F. DeBusk
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26 - 29
Citrus in Florida and California-A Comparison
H. Harold Hume
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30 - 35
Some New Aspects of Gummosis and Psorosis of Citrus Trees in Florida
Arthur S. Rhoads
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36 - 39
The Introduction of the Chinese Ladybeetle in Citrus Groves
J. R. Watson
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40 - 42
Fruit Quality From the Standpoint of Production
K. E. Bragdon
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43 - 44
Citrus Fruit Buds and Some Factors Influencing Their Differentiation
Chas. E. Abbott
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45 - 48
Developing the Home Market for Florida Citrus Fruits
Isabelle Thursby
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49 - 53
Florida Fruit Packages
Howard Phillips
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54 - 58
The Florida Citrus Commission and Its Work
C. E. Stewart
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59 - 63
Four Years of Citrus Products Research in Florida
Harry W.von Loesecke
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64 - 68
Adverting and Publicizing the Citrus Fruits of Florida
Marvin H. Walker
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69 - 71
Factors in the Maintenance of Markets
A. W. McKay
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72 - 75
Local Use of Citrus Fruit Juices in Citrus Advertising
B. L. Hammer
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76 - 78
The Value of Exhibits in Advertising Florida and Its Fruits
Earl W. Brown
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79 - 83
Florida's Frost Problem
Eckley S. Ellison
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84 - 91
Our Wobbly Rate Structure
H. C. Case
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92 - 96
The Plight of Grapefruit
W. C. Daniells
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97 - 102
The "Color Added" Situation
L. P. Kirkland
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103 - 106
Waterlilies for Florida
Elizabeth C. Lord
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107 - 109
The Growing of Annuals for Winter and Early Spring in the Ridge Section of Florida
David K. Stabler
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110 - 112
Farm Forestry
John C. Gifford
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113 - 116

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

The Jaboticaba and the Antidesma
David Fairchild
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117 - 122
Effects and After-Effects of Hurricanes oni Sub-Tropical Fruits
H. S. Wolfe
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123 - 124
Control of Mango Blossom-Blight and Anthracnose
H. E. Stevens
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125 - 129
Avocado Spraying Results for 1934
H. E. Stevens
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130 - 132
Commercial Guava Production in Florida
Karl Smith
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133
The Papaya
J. R. Brooks
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134 - 136
Herbs for Florida, Their Use and Commercial Possibilities
J. E. Ireland
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137 - 139
The Lychee
E. L. Wirt
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140 - 141
Lychees in| the P. W. Campbell Grove in Estero Park, Florida
Edith C. Trebell
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142
Loquats
Isabelle Krome
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143 - 144
The Bull Horn Acacia, a Tree That Will Bear Watching
David Fairchild
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145 - 147
Present Status of Lime Bark Diseases
W. B. Tisdale
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148 - 149
Limes and Their Handling
Frank Stirling
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150 - 151
Florida Should Have Plant Quarantine Station
A. H. Andrews
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152

Back Matter

 
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