Vol 41 (1928)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
FSHS FSHS
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Table of Contents
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FSHS FSHS, O. P. Warren, M. J. Daetwyler, L. B. Skinner
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ii - xxvi; 1 - 11

Articles

Food Prejudices and Plant Introduction
David Fairchild
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12 - 23
Feeding Citrus from a Physiological Viewpoint
E. L. Lord
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24 - 30
Citrus Growing on the Muck Soils
Frank Stirling
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31 - 34
Some things We Have Learned About Growing Grapes in Florida
Charles Demko
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35 - 37
The Efficiency of the Winter Clean-up as a Control Measure for the Citrus Aphids
W. L. Thompson
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38 - 43
Crotolaria and Pumpkin Bugs
J. R. Watson
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44 - 47
Use of Oil Emulsion in the Citrus Grove
Gilman A. Drew
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48 - 53
Florida Peat Investigations
R. V. Allison
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54 - 64
Some Remarks Concerning Agriculture in the Everglades
H. P. Vannah
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65 - 68
Commercial Quality in Citrus Fruit
A. M. Tilden
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69 - 72
Some Factors Affecting Fruit Quality
C. D. Kime
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73 - 79
The Shuckworm—A Major Pest of the Pecan in Florida
Fred Walker
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80 - 85
Lawn and Golf Course Problems
C. R. Enlow
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86 - 92
The Experiment Station and the Citrus Industry
Wilmon Newell
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93 - 97
A Gardening and Perennial Planting Program for Home Demonstration Week
Isabelle Thursby
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98 - 103
Annuals for the Home Grounds
W. L. Floyd
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104 - 107
Rose Culture
N. A. Reasoner
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108
Protecting Florida's Agriculture
Wilmon Newell
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109 - 113
Changed Conditions in Reference to Plant Quarantine
J. H. Montgomery
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114 - 119
Alien Plant Pests Now Threatening Florida
L. R. Warner
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120 - 124
The Nursery Inspection Situation
J. C. Goodwin
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125 - 128
Research Work in Fumigation
A. F. Camp
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129 - 136
Discussion
H. Harold Hume
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137 - 143
Report of Special Committee and of Resolutions at the Cocoa Meeting, May, 1926
Editors Editors
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144
Tung Oil—A New Florida Industry Remarks on Forestry Wee
B. F. Williamson
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145 - 150
Avocados from the Growers' Standpoint
W. F. Ward
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151 - 155
Avocados in Polk County
John Morley
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156 - 160
The Avocado Today in Dade County
Harold W. Dorn
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161 - 170
Cost of Handling CitruEi Fruit from Tree to Car
H. G. Hamilton
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171 - 175
Citrus Diseases Affecting the Production of Better Fruit
H. E. Stevens
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176 - 181
Lengthening the Shipping Season for Citrus Fruits
B. D. Barber
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182 - 185
Decay in Citrus Fruits in Transit
H. R. Fulton
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186 - 192
Irrigation of Citrus Trees
E. F. DeBusk
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193 - 198
Concrete Pipe for Citrus Grove Irrigation
George L. Reed
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199 - 201
Protection of Citrus Trees from Cold
R. J. Kepler, Jr.
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202 - 204
Cold Protection
A. F. Camp
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205 - 211
A Californian's Analysis of the Florida Citrus Industry and Some of its Problems
Robert W. Hodgson
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212 - 224

Back Matter

 
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225 - 238