Vol 35 (1922)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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Front Matter
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Address of Welcome and Response
H. C. Petteway, J. H. Ross
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1 - 2
President's Annual Address
H. Harold Hume
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3 - 5
Address of Welcome to Former Workers of Florida State Plant Board
B. L. Hamner
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6
Response
Frank Jennings
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7 - 11

Articles

Tractors for Grove Cultivation
Frazier Rogers
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12 - 14
Types of Implements Used in Cultivation of Groves, Frequency of Cultivation and Cost
L. H. Kramer
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15 - 20
Grove Factors Influencing Citrus Fruit Quality
George V. Leonard
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21 - 24
Citrus Fruit Quality
A. H. Brown
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25 - 30
Avocado Explorations in Tropical America
Wilson Popenoe
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31 - 36
Possibilities of Sub-Tropical Fruits in Florida
H. E. Stevens
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37 - 41
Avocados on High Pine Land
John Morley
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42 - 45
A Hardy Mexican Avocado
C. C. Shooter
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46
The Satsuma Orange
H. K. Miller
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47 - 51
Recent Experiments With Thrips on Citrus
J. R. Watson
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52 - 55
Cover Crops and Humus
E. F. DeBusk
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56 - 58
Refrigeration and Pre-Cooling of Citrus Fruits
J. W. Andrews
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59 - 62
Spraying for the Control of the Florida Red Scale
W. W. Yothers
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63 - 67
Another Apparently New Entomogenous Fungus from the Hammock
E. W. Berger
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68 - 71
Making Florida Home Grounds Attractive
William A. Cook
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72 - 76
State Beautification and Conservation
Mrs.A. B. Whitman
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77 - 80
Asparagus Plumosa as an Ornamental
A. E Cline
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81
Soft-Wooded Plants for Florida Gardens
F. W. Fletcher
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82 - 84
Yards and Lawns
Wm. Gomme
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85 - 88
A Brief History of the Black Fly in Cuba, Its Distribution and Latest Developments
Reginald Hart
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89 - 94
What the Quarantine Department of the State Plant Board is Doing
A. C. Brown
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95 - 103
Pruning Young Trees
H. E. Cornell
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104 - 106
Pruning Bearing Citrus Trees
A. M. Tilden
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107 - 109
Dieback, Ammoniation and Frenching
R. E. Lenfest
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110 - 114
The Co-ordination of Citrus Grove Practices
Lindley Heimberger
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115 - 117
Pecans, an Important Florida Crop
C. A. Simpson
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118 - 120
Grape Growing in Florida
Chas. Dearing
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121 - 126
Grape Varieties
E. L. Lord
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127 - 130
Can Grapes Be Successfully Grown in Florida
H. T. Fisher
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131 - 133
Citrus Root Stocks
W. E. Evans
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134 - 138
The Progeny Grove as a Basis for Citrus Fruit Improvement
T. Ralph Robinson
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139 - 143
Citrus Varieties
F. M. O'Byrne
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144 - 151
The Gtirus Experiment Station at Lake Alfred
Wilmon Newell
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152 - 154
Citrus Fruits in the Home
Caroline Moorhead
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155 - 158
Fruit and Vegetable Conservation in the Home
Estelle Bozeman
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159 - 160
The Present Status of Fruit Products Manufacture
Seth S. Walker
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161 - 164
Standardization of Nursery Inspection
F. M. O'Byrne
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165
Correlation Between Sun Spots and Florida Freezes
J. R. Watson
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166 - 169

Back Matter

 
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170 - 172
 
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173 - 176
Report of Committee on Necrology
 
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177-182