Vol 45 (1932)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
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Officers for 1932
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Constitution and By Laws
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List of Members
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Forty-Fifth Annual Meeting of Florida State Horticultural Society
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Address of Welcome
Dean Talbert
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Response to the Address of Welcome
S. L. Poole
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2
President's Annual Address
John S. Taylor
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3
The University of Florida
Jno. J. Tigert
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4 - 10
Announcements
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10

Articles

The Garden Club Movement in Florida
Mrs.Chas. W. TenEyck
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11 - 12
The Hole of the Less Common Elements in Plant Life
R. V. Allison
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13 - 20
Soil Organic Matter
R. M. Barnette
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21 - 24
Practical Methods of Feeding Citrus Trees
Leo H. Wilson
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25 - 28
Further Studies on the Hydrogen-ion Concentration in Citrus Grove Soils of the Ridge Section
B. R. Fudge
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29 - 32
Should the Movement of Citrus Fruits Out of Florida by Truck Be Encouraged or Discouraged?
R. P. Burton
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33 - 37
Some Problems of the Pecan Growers
G. H. Blackmon
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38 - 39
Cultivation, Cover Crops and Mulching of Citrus Trees
Paul M. Hoenshel
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40 - 41
The Diseases of Ornamental Plants
William B. Shippy
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42 - 44
Tung Tree Culture
H. W. Bennett
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45 - 47
Experiences in Tung Tree Culture
Geo. P. Hoffman
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48 - 51
Varieties and Practices in the Tung-Oil Groves
Harold Mowry
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52 - 55
The Tangerine Industry
Howard Pfiillips
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56
The Effect of Various Wrappers on the Preservation of Oranges in Cold Storage
W. M. Fifield
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57 - 59
Citrus Fruit Juices
A. F. Camp
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60 - 65
Agricultural Efficiency and National Prosperity
Chas. J. Brand
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66 - 72
The Agricultural Work Centered at the University
Wilmon Newell
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73
The Agricultural College, Teaching Division
W. L. Floyd
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74
The Agricultural Experiment Station
H. Harold Hume
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75 - 77
Agricultural Extension Work by County Agents
A. P. Spencer
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78 - 79
Home Demonstration Work as Related to Horticultural Interests
Flavia Gleason
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80 - 82
The Work of the State Plant Board
J. H. Montgomery
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83 - 84
Economic Factors of Importance in the Citrus Industry with Particular Reference to Cost of Production
C. V. Noble
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85 - 87
Traffic Matters of Importance to the Citrus Industry
J. Curtis Robinson
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88 - 91
Vitamins—What They Are and What They Do
Ouida Davis Abbott
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92 - 95
A Resume of the Horticultural Crops of Northwest Florida and Their Culture
C. A. Simpson
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96 - 100
The Culture of Pineapple Oranges on the High Pine Lands
F. M. O'Byrne
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101 - 102
Clitocybe Mushroom Root-Rot—A New Citrus Root-Rot Disease Unmasked
Arthur S. Rhoads
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103 - 110
Five Years' Tests with Oil Emulsions on the Growth of Citrus Trees
W. W. Yothers
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111 - 113
The Basis of Plant Quarantines
Wilmon Newell
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114 - 115
Citrus Insect Control, Gainesville
Editors Editors
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116 - 118
Non-Arsenical Stomach Poisons for Grasshoppers and Beetle Control
W. L. Thompson
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119 - 122
Economic Factors in Citrus Disease and Insect Control
E. F. DeBusk
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123 - 127
The Temple Orange and Its Culture
Albert DeVane
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128
The Status of the Home Fruit Garden in Florida
J. Lee Smith
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129 - 130
The Latest Concerning Natural Enemies of Citrus Insects
E. W. Berger
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131 - 138

Back Matter

Report of the Committee on Necrology
 
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