Vol 61 (1948)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

Table of Contents

Front Cover
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Front Matter
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Citrus

The Tristeza Disease of Citrus in Argentine
A. F. Camp
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15 - 19
A Progress Report on Studies of Tristeza Disease of Citrus in Brazil
Theodore J. Grant, A. S. Costa
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20 - 33
Tristeza Disease in Java
J. J. Ochse
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33 - 35
Insurance Against a Foreign Invader
T. Ralph Robinson
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36 - 39
Report on Fertilizer Experiments in an Orange Grove in the Eastern Everglades
W. T. Forsee, Jr., T. W. Young
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39 - 44
A Progress Report on Phosphate Fertilizer Trials with Oranges in Florida
Walter Reuther, Frank E. Gardner, Paul F. Smith, Wallace R. Roy
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44 - 60
Citrus Production Problems
Howard A. Thullbery
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61 - 63
A Method of Maintaining Viability of Citrus Seed in Storage
James F. L. Childs, Gustave Hrnciar
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64 - 69
Observations on Citrus in Italy
Herbert Spencer
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70 - 74
Soil Moisture and the Citrus Tree Root System
T. W. Young
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74 - 79
Relation Between Position on Tree and Analysis of Citrus Fruit with Special Reference to Sampling and Meeting Internal Grades
H. J. Reitz, J. W. Sites
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80 - 90
The Influence of Rootstock on the Mineral Composition of Valencia Orange Leaves
Paul F. Smith, Walter Reuther, Alston W. Specht
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91 - 94
Experiments on Control of the Citrus Red Mite
Herbert Spencer, Max R. Osburn
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95 - 101
A Preliminary Report on the Possibilities for Forecasting Periods of Oviposition Activity for Purple and Florida Red Scales
J. T. Grffiths, Jr., W. L. Thompson
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101 - 109
Effect of Methods of Application on Copper, Sulfur, and Oil Deposits Obtained by Spraying and Dusting
C. R. Stearns, Jr., W. L. Thompson, J. T. Griffiths
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110 - 116
Status of Parathion as an Insecticide for Florida Citrus
W. L. Thompson, C. R. Stearns, J. T. Griffiths
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116 - 124
Recent Experiments on Melanose Control with Reference to Organic Fungicides and Dormant Spreays
R. F. Suit
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124 - 126
A Comparison of Organic and Copper Fungicides for Control of Melanose of Citrus Fruits
J. F.L. Childs
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126 - 127
Recent Developments in Florida Peach Production
G. H. Blackmon, R. D. Dickey, R. H. Sharpe
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127 - 130
The American Tung Industry Today
Felix S. Lagasse
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130 - 134

Ornamental

Control of Several Scale Insects by Means of a New Insecticide
L. C. Kuiter
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294 - 297
The Hibiscus in Florida
Norman A. Reasoner
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298 - 301
Bromeliads in Florida Horticulture
Mulford B. Foster
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303 - 307
Witches Broom of Oleander
Erdman West
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308 - 310

Vegetable

Federal Research on Vegetables in the South
Victor R. Boswell
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135 - 142
Extension Work with Vegetables in Florida
H. G. Clayton
142 - 146
The Florida Seed Law: Its Good Features and Improvements Needed
Phil S. Taylor
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147 - 151
Where Does the Money Come From?
John A. Dulany
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151 - 153
Some Results of Prepackaging Vegetables in 1948
R. K. Showalter, L. H. Halsey, H. A. Schomer
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154 - 160
Amaranthus Gangeticus Linn, A New Tropical Spinach
J. J. Ochse
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161 - 162
The Performance of New Cucumber Varieties
David G. A. Kelbert
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162 - 168
Investigations on the Control of the Fall Armyworm and the Corn Earworm Attaching Sweet and Field Corn in the Everglades Area
Norman C. Hayslip
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168 - 173
Recent Progress in Breeding Tomatoes for Disease Resistance
J. M. Walter
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174 - 178
Tomato Fungicides and Methods of Application
David L. Stoddard, Robert A. Conover
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179 - 181
Control Studies on the Serpentine Leaf Miner on Potato and Tomato
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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181 - 186
Some Causes of Losses in Handling Potatoes
R. E. L. Greene
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186 - 190
Strawberry Production in Central Florida
A. N. Brooks
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190 - 193
Sweet Corn Growing
R. W. Ruprecht
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193 - 195
Sweet Corn Production, Handling and Loading
F. M. Connor, S. A. L. Railway
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196 - 198

Processing

Standardization of Canned Citrus Juice by the Use of Partial Concentration
Edwin L. Moore, C. D. Atkins, L. G. MacDowell, Richard L. Huggart
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199 - 203
The Composition of Florida Citrus Molasses
J. Royo Iranzo, M. K. Veldhuis
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204 - 210
Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Floridian Coldpresseed Oil of Orange (1947-1948 Season)
J. W. Kesterson, O. R. McDuff
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211 - 221
Citrus Products Waste Disposal
David B. Lee
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222 - 226
Canning and Byproducts Research at the Citrus Experiment Station
F. W. Wenzel
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227 - 232
Impressions of California
L. L. Chandler
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233 - 241
Consumer Packaging of (Persian) Limes
Arthur L. Stahl, Margaret J. Mustard
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242 - 250
The Mango Relatives of Cochin Chine; Those With Five-Stamen Flowers
David Fairchild
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250 - 255
A Rapid Method of Propogating the Guava
Geo. D. Ruehle
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256 - 260
Heilipus Squamosus Lec., A New Enemy of the Avocado
D. O. Wolfenbarger
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260 - 264
Notes on the Grafting of Litchi Chinensis Sonn
Milton Cobin
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265 - 268
Report of the Subtropiclll Fruit Commitee
Francis B. Lincoln
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268 - 275
The Freezing Preservation of Some Tropical and Subtropical Fruits
Margaret J. Mustard, Arthur J. Stahl
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275 - 279
Plant Introduction as a Hobby in Palm Beach County
Lawrence M. Simonson
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279 - 282
Notes on the Chen-Tze Lychee of Hnghwa, Fukien, China
Lai-Yung Li, Chu-Ying Chon
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283 - 285
Additional Notes Upon the History of the "Brewster" Lychee
G. Weidman Groff
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285 - 289
The Karanda as a Commercial Fruit
David Sturrock
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289 - 291
Phytophona Seedling Blight, a New Disease of Florida Avocados
Robert A. Conover
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291 - 293