Vol 33 (1920)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
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Front Matter
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Proceedings Thirty-third Annual Meeting
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1 - 2
Address of Welcome
Robert J. Anderson
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3 - 7
Response for the Society
B. L. Hammer
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8 - 9
President's Annual Address
H. Harold Hume
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10 - 14
A Bit of History
G. L. Taber
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15 - 16
Program of Opening Session
Editors Editors
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17 - 20
The Florida State Horticultural Society; Its Past, Present and Future
P. H. Rolfs
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21 - 22
Address
H. G. Hastings
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23 - 25
Address
E. L. Wartman
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26 - 27

Articles

Report of Committee on Fertilizers
Geo. V. Leonard
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28 - 30
Standardization of Fertilizer Formulas
J. N. Harper
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31 - 40
Implements for Use in Citrus Groves
J. G. Grossenbacher
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41 - 43
Types of Spraying Machinery for Use in the Citrus Groves
R. E. Lenfest
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44 - 48
Utilization of Tractors as Power for Pumping Units in the Citrus Grove
M. O. Kay
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49 - 54
Tractors in Florida
Frazier Rogers
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55 - 59
Guatemalan and Mexican Avocados Fruiting in Florida
John B. Beach
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60 - 65
What Constitutes a Good Commercial Variety of Avocado
W. J. Krome
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66 - 72
Insects Which Attack the Avocado in Florida
G. F. Moznette
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73 - 76
Some Diseases of the Avocado and Other Subtropical Fruits
H. E. Stevens
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77 - 91
The Pineapple Industry in Florida and Its Future
H. S. McLendon
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92 - 97
The Eustis Limequat. A New Hardy Lime
T. Ralph Robinson
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98 - 100
Pecan Culture in Florida
C. A. Reed
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101 - 108
Observations of Pecans and Deciduous Fruits in North and West Florida
H. G. Clayton
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109 - 112
Honey Bees and Orange Trees
Frank Stirling
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113 - 116
Co-Operative Culture of Citrus Groves. Its Advantages to the Individual Owner, to the State, and as a Business
O. W. Sadler
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117 - 121
Tear Stain of Florida Citrus Fruits, Its Cause and Control
John R. Winston
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122 - 127
Sulphur Compounds for Rust Mites
W. W. Yothers
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128 - 133
The Growing of Satsuma Oranges in Alabama
O. E. F. Winberg
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134 - 137
Fruit Products in Florida
C. E. Stewart, Jr.
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138 - 139
Citrus Fruit By-Products
J. W. Sample
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140 - 145
Muscadine Grapes and Grape Products
Charles Dearing
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146 - 153
By-Products of Florida Fruits Other Than Citrus
Sarah W. Partridge
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154 - 160
Some Advantages of the Florida System of Nursery Inspection
F. M. O'Byrne
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161 - 165
Melanose of Citrus
T. A. Brown
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166 - 168
Fumigation in Quarantine Work at Ports
J. H. Montgomery
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169 - 173
The Experiment Station
P. H. Rolfs
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174 - 182
The Florida Development Board
John L. Edwards
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183 - 184
Home Fruit Gardens
Harriett B. Layton
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185 - 186
Growing afid Cultivation of Plums in Florida
H. H. Simmons
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187 - 191
How a Fruit Paper Helps Its Readers
F. E. Ford
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192 - 195
The Marketing of Grape Fruit
Geo. A. Scott
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196 - 198
Report of Committee on Ornamentals
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199
The Home and the Grounds
W. A. Cook
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200 - 207
Beautifying Florida
Mrs.W. T. Gary
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208 - 212
Growing Grapes in Florida
F. J. Zimmerman
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213 - 214
Home Fruit Gardens
Chas. S. Emerson
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215

Back Matter

 
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Report of Legislative Committee
 
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218
Resolutions: Amendment to Constitution
 
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219 - 222
Resolutions: No Fence Law
 
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223
Resolutions: A Standard of Maturity
 
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224 - 225
Resolutions: Final Resolutions
 
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226
Election of Officers and Selection of Next Place of Meeting
 
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Report of Committee on Necrology
 
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228-247