Vol 46 (1933)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
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Officers Elect for 1934
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Constitution and By Laws
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List of Members
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Forty-Sixths Annual Meeting of the Florida State Horticultural Society
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Address of Welcome
Chas. M. Guyton
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1
Response to Address of Welcome
S. F. Poole
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2
President's Annual Address
John S. Taylor
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3
Address
Roger W. Babson
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4 - 5
Address
Ludd M. Spivey
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6 - 8
Fertilizing Florida Citrus
E. H. Hurlebaus
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9 - 11
Announcement
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Articles

The Intake of Plant Food by Citrus Trees
Henry C. Henricksen
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12 - 16
Regional Agricultural Credit Corporation Loans
H. L. Pringle
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17
Florida Soil and Fertilization Problems
Robert P. Thornton
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18 - 21
The Crotalarias as Cover Crops, Discussion Subject
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22 - 23
Cost, Yields, Receipts and Profits, Ten Groves for Sixteen Years, 1916-17 to 1931-32, Inclusive
J. E. Turlington
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24 - 31
The Bulge Pack and Poor Containers as They Affect the Marketing of Florida Produce
M. R. Ensign
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32 - 37
Some Problems in Citrus Products Research
Harry W. Von Loesecke
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38 - 43
The Correlation of Daily Rainfall and Soil Moisture with Citrus Yield and Size of Fruit
E. F. DeBusk
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44 - 47
Sprays for Scale Insects and Whiteflies on Citrus Trees in Florida, Bureau of Entomology, United States Department of Agriculture
W. W. Yothers, Ralph L. Miller
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48 - 51
Iron Sulphate and Other Materials for Increasing the Effectiveness of Sulphur Insecticides on Citrus Trees
Ralph L. Miller, W. W. Yothers, Ione Pope Bassett
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52 - 56
The Effect of Lead Arsenate Insecticides on Citrus Fruits
Ralph L. Miller, Ione Pope Bassett, W. W. Yothers
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57 - 70
The Value of the Brand in Citrus Marketing
A. M. Pratt
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71 - 73
Research in Relation to the Citrus Industry
Chester T. Melvin
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74 - 75
Are Plant Quarantines Worth While?
B. L. Hamner
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76 - 78
Tung Oil Developments of the Year
B. F. Williamson
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79 - 81
Some Factors Influencing Decay in Florida Citrus Fruits
J. R. Winston
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82 - 83
Termites as a Pest of Citrus Trees
W. L. Thompson
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84 - 86
Melanose and Stem-end Rots of Citrus Trees
Wm. A. Kuntz, Geo. D. Ruehle
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87 - 90
High-Pressure Spraying in the Citrus Grove
Charles D. Kime
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91 - 95
A Spray Program for Citrus Trees
R. H. Linderman
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96
Top-Working Citrus Trees
Leo H. Wilson
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97 - 98
Ornamental Trees in Florida
Harold Mowry
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99 - 106

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Proceedings of the Krome Memorial Institute, Lake Wales, Florida
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107 - 108
Pollination and Other Factors Influencing the Production of Avocados
T. Ralph Robinson
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109 - 114
The Production of Limes in Florida
A. F. Camp
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115 - 120
The Growing of Avocados in the Everglades
Paul M. Hoenshel
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121 - 122
Avocado Maturity Studies
A. L. Stahl
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123 - 132
The Search for New and Promising Varieties of Avocados
Leonard H. Toy
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133 - 138
Practical Hints to Commercial Avoc·ado Growers
W. F. Ward
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139 - 142
The Marketing of Avocados
H. W. Dorn
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143 - 148
Committee Appointments, 1933
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149 - 150

Back Matter

Report of Committee on Necrology
 
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