Vol 39 (1926)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
FSHS FSHS
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Table of Contents
FSHS FSHS
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FSHS FSHS, R. W. Brodmann, Lee MacDonell, S. F. Poole, L. B. Skinner
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ii - xxviii; 1 - 10

Articles

The Future of Agriculture
E. D. Ball
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11 - 26
Why Humus is Necessary in Florida Citrus Soils
R. W. Ruprecht
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27 - 31
How Can Citrus Soils Be Built Up
W. G. Wells
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32 - 35
Crotalaria, a Legume for Citrus Groves
L. D. Williams
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36 - 37
Citrus Culture in California
Archie M. Pratt
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38 - 49
Citrus Practices in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas
Louis H. Alsmeycr
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50 - 53
Satsuma-ade
R. R. Whittington
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54 - 55
Advertising Florida's Citrus Crop
John Moscrip
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56 - 68
The Small Fruit Farm
S. W. Hiatt
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69 - 70
The Status of the Horticultural Developments in North and West Florida
J. Lee Smith
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71 - 73
Status of the Pecan Industry in Florida
G. H. Blackmon
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74 - 77
Citrus Fruits in the Home
Isabelle Thursby
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78 - 80
Home Uses of Pecans
Flavia Gleason
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81 - 83
Roses for Florida and a Florida Rose Garden
L. P. Bosanquet
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84 - 87
Roses and Their Care
E. L. Lord
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88 - 94
Florida Ornamentals
Harold Mowry
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95 - 99
Bulb Growing in the Sanford Section
B. F. Whitner, Jr.
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100 - 102
Bulb Culture in Florida
T. A. Brown
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103 - 108
The Physiology and Psychology of Pruning
E. L. Lord
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109 - 115
The Practical Pruning of Citrus Trees
H. E. Stevens
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116 - 126
Is Florida's Horticulture Adequately Safeguarded
Wilmon Newell
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127 - 133
The Growing of King Oranges
H. Guy Nickerson
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134 - 137
Growing New Roots on Foot-rot Trees
J. G. Grossenbacke
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138
Early Oranges
F. M. O'Byrne
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139 - 142
Progress Report on Citrus Blight Investigations
Arthur S. Rhodes
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143 - 146
Forecasting Florida's Citrus Crop
H. A. Marks
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147 - 152
Something New About Melanose
F. A. Wolf
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153 - 155
New Facts About the Citrus Aphid and Its Natural Enemies
F. R. Cole
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156 - 158
Another Year's Experience with the Citrus Aphis
J. R. Watson
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159 - 164
Snuff as an Insecticide
Ralph L. Miller
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165 - 168
Factors Affecting the Control of the Green Citrus Aphid with Nicotine Dust
W. W. Yothers, O. C. McBride
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169 - 171
Fruits for the Sub-Tropical Home and Small Estate
Ed L. Ayers
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172 - 175
Millions for Defense But Not One Cent for Tribute
J. Curtis Robinson
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176 - 181
Avocados for Florida
T. Ralph Robinson
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182 - 191
Random Remarks on Avocados
E. H. Hurlebaus
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192 - 195
Classification and Agricultural Value of the Most Important Soil Types in South Florida
Arthur S. Rhoades
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196 - 214
The Next Step in the Development of the Grape Industry
E. E. Truskett
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215 - 220
Plant Introduction and the Future of Horticulture
R. A. Young
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221 - 223
A Leafhopper (Eupteryx flavoscuta, var. nigra Osb.) Attacking the Leather Leaf Fern (Polystichum capense J. Sm.)
O. C. McBride
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224 - 227
The Kaki and Loquat
Charles E. Abbott
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228 - 233
Historical Sketch of the D. D. Dummit Grove at Allenhurst, which is supposed to be the Oldest Grove in Florida
C. A. Bass
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234 - 235

Proceedings of the Rose Society

The Florida Rose Society, Minutes of Organization Meeting
Helen W. Curtis
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236 - 237

Back Matter

 
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