Vol 22 (1909)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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Address of the President
Wm. C. Richardson
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22 - 26

Articles

What the Experiment Station is Doing for the Fruit and Vegetable Grower
P. H. Rolfs
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27 - 30
Handling of Citrus Groves
B. H. Chilton
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31 - 37
Packing and Shipping Citrus Fruits MODERN METHODS OF PACKING ORANGES
Lloyd S. Tenny
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38 - 46
Efforts to Secure Better Shipping Facilities and Rates
B. J. C. Chase
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47 - 50
Irrigation
A. H. Bourlay
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51 - 68
Insects and Diseases DERANGEMENT OF THE ENZYMES OF PLANTS
E. S. Hubbard
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69 - 74
SOME DISEASES OF CITRUS TREES
H. S. Fawcett
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75 - 87
YELLOW SPOTTING OF CITRUS LEAVES
B. F. Floyd
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88 - 92
WHITEFLY RESOLUTIONS
FSHS FSHS
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93 - 96
Report From Committee Visiting California
W. S. Hart
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97 - 108
Tropical Fruifs
E. N. Reasoner
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109 - 112
TROPICAL FRUITS—HOW AND WHERE GROWN
E. V. Blackman
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113 - 118
Economic Value of Birds to Farmers and Fruit Growers
Wm. F. Blackman
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119 - 123
Fertilizer: TRANSLOCATION OF PLANT FOOD CONSTITUENTS IN THE PLANT AND THEIR FUNCTIONS IN DEVELOPING AND MAINTAINING GROWTH
J. S. Carroll
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124 - 128
THE STATE CHEMIST'S AID TO THE FARMER
B. H. Bridges
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129 - 130
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF PLANT FOODS
N. M. G. Prange
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131 - 135
FORMULA WORK
N. M. G. Prange
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136 - 141
Peaches and Other Deciduous Fruits
W. L. Floyd
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142 - 144
Ornamentals: THE PRINCES OF THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM IN OUR FLORIDA GARDENS
H. Nehrling
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145 - 188

Back Matter

Report of Officers and Index
 
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189 - 196