Vol 36 (1923)

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, Karl Lehmann, C. E. Stewart, Jr., L. B. Skinner
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ii - liii; 1 - 10

Articles

Let Us Beautify Our Good Roads
Karl Lehmann
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11 - 14
Beauty
Dean Alvord
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15 - 18
Grafting Old Fruit Trees
J. W. Barney
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19 - 22
The Propagation of Citrus
John Jefferies
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23 - 25
Safeguarding the Introduction of Citrus Plants Through Improved Quarantine Methods
T. Ralph Robinson
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26 - 32
Brazilian Fruits and the Centennial
P. H. Rolfs
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33 - 39
What the Chapman Field Plant Introduction Garden Can Do for Tropical Horticulture
David Fairchild
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40 - 46
Avocados and Tropical Fruits
John B. Beach
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47 - 52
Bananas
T. J. Harris
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53 - 61
Open Culture of Red Spanish Pineapples
R. L. Goodwin
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62 - 64
Marketing Future of Florida Citrus Crops
J. C. Chase
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65 - 67
Developments I Personally Have Seen in the Florida Citrus Industry
C. H. Walker
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68 - 70
What Northern Investors in Florida are Looking for
Frank P. Goodman
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71 - 74
Developments in Satsuma Land
William L. Wilson
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75 - 78
Some Problems of the Satsuma Orange Grower
H. G. Clayton
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79 - 81
Production of Quality in the Satsuma Orange
William Sessoms
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82 - 83
The Canning of Grapefruit
Seth S. Walker
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84 - 90
Some Essentials for Success in Growing Grapes in Florida
George Burnham
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91 - 93
Experience in Growing Grapes and Their Results
Dr.S. A. Sylvester, Mrs. S. A. Sylvester
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94 - 97
Grape Diseases
E. L. Lord
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98 - 101
Grape Diseases in Florida
C. L. Shear
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102 - 103
Insects of the Grape
J. R. Watson
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104 - 108
Observations on Stocks and Varieties
W. L. Drew
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109 - 112
Irrigation of Citrus Groves in Florida
A. O. Kay
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113 - 117
Some Factors Influencing the Maturity of Citrus Fruit
A. M. Henry
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118 - 120
Treated Phosphates vs. Raw Phosphates for Citrus
R. W. Ruprecht
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121 - 124
Random Remarks on the Fertilization of Citrus Trees
S. C. Inman
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125 - 127
Citrus Fruit Quality
E. H. Talton
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128 - 132
Some Unique Ideas in Spraying Equipment
Frank Stirling
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133 - 135
Grove Machinery and Accessories
Frank Holland
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136 - 139
Serious Aspects of the Present Quarantine Situation
Wilmon Newell
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140 - 143
The Present Status of Spraying and Dusting for Control of Citrus Diseases
H. E. Stevens
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144 - 148
The Present Status of Spraying and Dusting for Citrus Pests
W. W. Yothers
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149 - 153
The Dust Method for Controlling Rust Mites on Citrus Trees
W. W. Yothers, Arthur C. Mason
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154 - 161
The Factors for Obtaining Successful Results in Spraying and Dusting
K. E. Bragdon
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162 - 164
The Dusting of Citrus Trees in Florida
W. H. Phipps
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165 - 167
Effect of Lightning on Citrus
Max Waldron
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168 - 170
The Control of Melanose of Citrus Fruits
O. F. Burger
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171 - 176
A Preliminary Report on the Control of Stem End Rot of Citrus Fruits by the Removal of Stems During the Coloring Process
J. R. Winston, J. J. Bowman
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177 - 179
The Coloring of Citrus Fruit in Florida
Wm. R. Barger
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180 - 182
Prevention of Decay in Citrus Fruits
H. G. Gumprecht
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183 - 185
History of the Orange Plows
W. W. Yothers
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186 - 187
Historical Information About Insecticdes
C. L. Bean
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188 - 189
Pioneering in Orange and Lemon Culture in Florida
F. G. Sampson
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190 - 197
Development of Marketing Citrus Fruits in Florida
S. C. Warner
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198 - 200
Reminiscences of P. P. Bishop
Mary Bishop Bishop
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201 - 204
History of The Orange Industry in Florida
James A. Harris
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205 - 215
Another Contribution on Orange Cultire
James A. Harris
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216 - 225
History of the Parson Brown Orange
E. L. Carney
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226 - 231

Back Matter

 
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