Vol 37 (1924)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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Constitution and By Laws
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List of Members
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Front Matter: Proceedings of Thirty-Seventh Annual Meeting
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Address of Welcome
Perry G. Wall
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Response
William L. Wilson
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3 - 4
President's Annual Address
L. B. Skinner
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5 - 10

Articles

National Garden Week
Jack H. Pryor
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11 - 13
Making Florida the Land of Flowers
Karl Lehmann
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14 - 16
Some Observations on Citrus Root Stocks
R. E. Skinner
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17 - 24
Breeding WQrk With Reference to Citrus Stocks
T. Ralph Robinson
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25 - 31
Production and Marketing of Florida Citrus Fruit
Wm. A. Schoenfeld
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32 - 41
Freight Rates
J. Curtis Robinson
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42 - 45
An Analysis of Grove Costs
S. F. Poole
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46 - 47
The Maturity of Citrus Fruits
Wm. J. Krome
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48 - 52
The Federal Food and Drug Law and Its Relation to the Citrus Industry
J. O. Clarke
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53 - 56
The Coloring and Marketing of Green Fruit a Calamity to the Grower
Clinton Bolick
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57 - 61
Co-operation in Law Enforcement
R. E. Rose
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62 - 67
Improvement in Qtiality of Citrus Fruit
R. E. Lenfest
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68 - 71
Cultivation of Bearing Groves in Relation to Quality of Citrus Fruits
J. G. Grossenbacher
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72 - 76
The Agricultural College of the University of Florida and What It Offers to the Citrus Grower
A. A. Murphree
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77 - 85
The Marketing of Fruit With Reference to Quality
Bruce Floyd
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86 - 93
Value of Point of Origin Inspection on Fruits and Vegetables
Robt. Bier
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94 - 97
Co-operation Between the Fruit Grower and Packing House Manager
Harold Crews
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98 - 101
Relations Between Grove and Packing House
Wm. L. Howes
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102 - 104
Crotalaria as a Trap Crop for Pumpkin Bugs
J. R. Watson
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105 - 107
Crotalaria as a Cover Crop in Citrus Groves
W. E. Stokes
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108 - 111
The Economic Spraying of the Citrus Grove
H. E. Stevens
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112 - 117
Purple Scale and Its Control Following the use of Bordeaux Oil Emulsion for Melanose
W. W. Yothers
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118 - 122
The Cottony Cushion Scale. Vedalia Situation in Florida
E. W. Berger
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123 - 126
Commercial Control of Citrus Melanose in Florida in 1923
J. R. Winston
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127 - 129
The Possible Relationship of Die-back to Fasciation in Other Plants
T. J. FIarris
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130 - 135
A Survey of Citrus Products
Milo R. Daughters
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136 - 138
The Satsuma Industry of North and West Florida
E. F. DeBusk
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139 - 141
The Satsuma in West Florida
George Huelsbeck
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142 - 144
The Pecan Industry in Florida and Its Possibilities
G. H. Blackmon
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145 - 149
Grape Cultttre in Florida
E. L. Lord
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150 - 153
Ripe-Rots of Grapes and the Acetates of Copper as Non-Staining Sprays for Late Applications to Control Them
Arthur S. Rhoads
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154 - 159
Blueberries in Northwest Florida
Carl B. James
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160 - 165
The Florida Marvel Blackberry
Roland A. Nichols
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166 - 169
Experiences in the Growing of Mangos
J. W. Barney
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170 - 175
Notes on Avocados in Central Florida
John Morley
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176 - 180
Avocados
John V. Oberholtzer
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181 - 184
Tung Oil Seed as a Possible Horticultural Crop in Florida
Witmon Newell
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185 - 193
Evergreen Ornamental Trees lor Florida
Marian A. McAdow
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194 - 200
The Growing of Roses on the Home Grounds
A. Mendenhall
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201 - 203
Growing Gladiolus and Other Bulbs
T. K. Godbey
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204 - 207
Gladioli Suitable for Home Planting
W. N. Knull
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208 - 209
The Gladiolus
Wm. Edwin Clark
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210 - 215
Chinch Bug Control on St. Augustine Grass
A. H. Beyer
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216 - 219

Back Matter

Gifts
 
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220 - 221
 
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222 - 231
Back Cover: Black and White Picture
 
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Back Cover: Color Picture
 
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