Vol 104 (1991)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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Front Matter
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Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Demonstration Plots of Alternate Fruit and Nut Crops for North Florida
T. E. Crocker
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Management of Grape Root Borer in Florida With a Pheromone
Susan E. Webb
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Combination of Trellis Systems to Optimize the Use of Farm Resources in Muscadine Grape Production
Stephen Leong, Sola Lamikanra
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Fruit Size Increase in Melting vs. Non-Melting Flesh Peaches
E. P. Miller, W. B. Sherman, B. L. Topp
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Vegetative and Reproductive Characteristics of Hexaploid and Tetraploid Blueberry Cultivars in North Florida
Peter C. Andersen, Timothy E. Crocker, Paul M. Lyrene
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Methodology for County Level Economic Impact Analysis: The Case of Agriculture and Agribusiness in Dade County, Florida
Robert L. Degner, Anne E. Moseley
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An Overview of Economic Impact Analysis of Agriculture and Agribusiness in Dade County, Florida
Anne E. Moseley, Robert L. Degner
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Shoot and Root Growth Cycles of Avocado in South Florida
Randy C. Ploetz, Jose L. Ramos, Jorge L. Parrado, Emily S. Shepard
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Evaluation and Observations of Avocado Cultivars for Subtropical Climates
Robert E. Rouse, Robert J. Knight, Jr.
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Rootstocks for the 'Tahiti' Lime
Carl W. Campbell
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Flood Tolerance of Tahiti Lime Rootstocks in South Florida Soil
Bruce Schaffer
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Mango Responses to Flooding in Limestone Soil
Kirk D. Larson, Bruce Schaffer, F. S. Davies
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An Experimental System to Study Mango Flowering Using Containerized Trees Propagated by Air-Layering
R. Nunez-Elisea, T. L. Davenport, M. L. Caldeira
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Flowering of 'Keitt' Mango in Response to Deblossoming and Gibberellic Acid
R. Nunez-Elisea, T. L. Davenport
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Are Polyembryonic Mangos Dependable Sources of Nucellar Seedlings for Rootstocks?
Raymond J. Schnell, Robert J. Knight, Jr.
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The 'Parvin' Mango
Richard J. Campbell, Carl W. Campbell
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Surveys for Viruses of Passiflora spp. Which Threaten the Passionfruit Industry in South Florida
M. S. Elliott, F. W. Zettler, J. H. Crane
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Evaluation of Citrus Processing System for Passion Fruit Juice Concentration
C. S. Chen, R. D. Carter, S. M. Barros, S. Nagy, E. Hernandez
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Vegetative Propagation of Spanish Lime and Jaboticaba
Kirk D. Larson, Bruce Schaffer, S. Pablo Lara
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Short-Term Effects of Manual Topping of Five Year Old 'Arkin' Carambola Trees
Jonathan H. Crane, Leah Willis, S. Pablo Lara, Marc Ellenby
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Predicting Vase Life in Tropical Cut Flowers and Foliage
James D. Hansen, Robert E. Paull, Arnold H. Hara, Victoria L. Tenbrink
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Handling & Processing

Harvest Maturity Affects Storage Quality of Fresh, Short-Day Onions
Steven A. Sargent, Judith J. Zoellner, Peter J. Stoffella, Donald N. Maynard
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Influence of Initial Temperature on Development of Bacterial Spot in Inoculated Tomato Fruit
J. A. Bartz, A. S. A. Rahman, J. K. Brecht, S. A. Sargent
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Weight Loss Considerations in Preparing and Marketing Weight-Fill Bagged Citrus
L. Gene Albrigo, Jacqueline K. Burns, Frank M. Hunt III
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Keeping Quality of Florida Citrus in the Home Environment
Mohamed A. Ismail, Diana L. Wilhite
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Concentration of Aqueous Orange Essence by Sorption on Styrene-Divinylbenzene Resin
D. J. Tseng, R. F. Matthews, J. F. Gregory III, C. I. Wei, R. C. Littell
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Possible Effects of the December 1989 Freeze on Hamlin Orange Juice From the 1990-91 Season
Pauline A. Lizotte, Philip E. Shaw
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Levels of Flavor Volatiles in a Normal Cultivar, Ripening Inhibitor and Their Hybrid
E. A. Baldwin, M. O. Nisperos-Carriedo, J. W. Scott
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Five-Year Data Base for the Content of Eleven Essential Vitamins and Minerals for Nutrition Labeling in the Major Processed Florida Citrus Juice Products
P. J. Fellers, S. Nikdel, H. S. Lee
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Psychrometrics and Post Harvest Operations
Michael T. Talbot, C. Direlle Baird
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Temperature Conditioning Inhibits Chilling Injury in Summer Squash (Cucurbita pepo) Fruit
T. G. McCollum, R. E. McDonald, G. W. Elmstrom
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Adaptation of a Spectrophotometric Assay for Pectinmethylesterase to a Kinetic Microplate Reader
Randall G. Cameron, Bela S. Buslig
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Characterization of the Ripening of Carambola (Averrhoa Carambola L.) Fruit
Elizabeth J. Mitcham, Roy E. McDonald
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104 - 107
An Expert System for Hydrocoolers
Jean-Pierre Emond, Khe V. Chau, Jeffrey K. Brecht
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Effect of pH and Storage on Solutions of Imazalil
David J. Hall
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Effect of Hot Water Treatment on Mango Fruits Sprayed With Fungicides for Anthracnose Control
R. T. McMillan, Jr., K. J. Mitchell
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Control of Green Mold in Marsh Grapefruit With Vapor Heat Quarantine Treatment
G. Eldon Brown, William R. Miller, Roy E. McDonald
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Quality of 'Arkin' Carambolas With or Without Conditioning Followed by Low-Temperature Quarantine Treatment
W. R. Miller, R. E. McDonald, M. Nisperos-Carriedo
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Development of an Edible Coating for Extending Postharvest Life of Selected Fruits and Vegetables, Myrna O. Nisperos-Carriedo
Elizabeth A. Baldwin, Philip E. Shaw
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Impact Studies in Florida Citrus Packinghouses Using an Instrumented Sphere
W. M. Miller, C. J. Wagner
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Florida Citrus Varietals: Juice Color Survey
S. M. Barros
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Orange Juice Color Measurement With a Sphere Spectrophotometer
Bela S. Buslig
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Citrus

Soil and Citrus Tree Nutrition Are Affected by Salinized Irrigation Water
A. K. Alva, J. P. Syvertsen
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In-Tree Versus Under-Tree Sprinkling for Protection of Young Citrus Trees From Cold Damage
J. David Martsolf, H. Eugene Hannah
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Evaluation of Thirteen Navel Orange Cultivars Under Scaffold Branch Irrigation Freeze Protection During the 1989 Freeze
Wayne J. Bourgeois, Alvin J. Adams
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Improved Citrus Freeze Protection With Elevated Microsprinklers
Lawrence R. Parsons, T. Adair Wheaton, Nick D. Faryna, John L. Jackson
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Economics of Citrus Irrigation
Lawrence R. Parsons, Ronald P. Muraro
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Flood Irrigation Efficiency Measurements in an Indian River Area Citrus Grove
Brian J. Boman
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Chemical Deterrents to Girdling of Young Citrus by Subterranean Termites
P. A. Stansly, R. E. Rouse, R. J. McGovern, S. B. Davenport
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Evaluation of Fungicides for Control of Postbloom Fruit Drop of 'Tahiti' Limes Caused by Colletotrichum gloeosporioides
R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Orangedog Damage and Control in Florida
R. C. Bullock, R. R. Pelosi
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Analysis of Epidemics of Citrus Bacterial Spot in Florida Citrus Nurseries
T. R. Gottwald, J. H. Graham
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Control Measures for Citrus Bacterial Spot in Nurseries and Packinghouses
^. H. Graham, T. R. Gottwald
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Relationship of Citrus Rootstock to Phytophthora Root Rot and Populations of Phytophtora parasitica
L. W. Timmer, J. P. Agostini, J. H. Graham, W. S. Castle
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Frequency and Distribution of Citrus Blight in a Test of New Hybrid Rootstocks
H. K. Wutscher, F. W. Bistline
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Patterns of Citrus Blight Incidence in Bedded Indian River Area Groves
R. M. Sonoda, D. O. Chellemi, R. R. Pelosi, M. Cohen
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Cold Hardiness Comparison of Young Trees of'Ambersweet' With 'Valencia' Orange During Controlled Freezes
G. Yelenosky, J. C. V. Vu, C. J. Hearn
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The Effect of Growth Regulators on the Rooting of Stem Cuttings of Citrus, Related Genera and Intergeneric Somatic Hybrids
S. M. Sabbah, J. W. Grosser, J. L. Chandler, E. S. Louzada
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Nitrogen Rate Effect on Growth of Containerized Citrus Nursery Plants
Brian E. Maust, Jeffrey G. Williamson
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The Influence of Rootstock Sprouts on Growth of Citrus Nursery Plants
Jeffrey G. Williamson
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Comparative Effects of Controlled-Release and Soluble Fertilizers on Young 'Valencia' Orange Trees
Mongi Zekri Robert, C. J. Koo
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Spray Oil Effects on Citrus
L. W. Lee, J. L. Knapp, J. P. Syvertsen
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Controlling Common Guava and Brazilian Peppertree on Non-Irrigation Ditchbanks and Adjacent Non-Crop Areas With Basal Applications of Triclopyr
J. E. Eger
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Principles of Cost Reductions in Chemical Formulations
B. A. Dave
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Citrus Fruit Allocation: Decisions Between Fresh and Processed Markets
Ronald P. Muraro, Gary F. Fairchild, Robert M. Behr
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Update of 1990 Tree Census in Polk, Lake and Orange Counties
Robert R. Terry
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The Management of Quality in the Handling, Packing and Distribution of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables With Special Reference to Citrus
Benito Orihuel-Iranzo
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219 - 224

Vegetable

Effect of Transplant Age on Tomato Production
C. S. Vavrina
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Planting Date Affects Early Season Strawberry Production in West Central Florida
C. K. Chandler, E. E. Albregts, C. M. Howard
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Potential for Western-Type Muskmelon Production in Central and Southwest Florida
Donald N. Maynard, Gary W. Elmstrom
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Effect of Transplanting on Watermelon Production
S. M. Olson
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Polyacrylamide Gel as a Soil Amendment for Mulched, Microirrigated Bell-Pepper, Capsicum annuum L., cv. Bell Captain
A. A. Csizinszky, C. D. Stanley, G. A. Clark
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Staking Fresh Market Cucumber for Higher Yields: A Long Term Research Report
H. Y. Hanna, A. J. Adams
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Yield Increase of Staked Cucumber by Supplemental Drip Irrigation, Reducing Plant Spacing and Higher N-P-K Rates
H. Y. Hanna, A. J. Adams
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Slow Release Fertilizers for Strawberry Fruit Production
Earl E. Albregts, Charles M. Howard, Craig K. Chandler
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Double Cropping Tomato Beds With the Revolving Spade Planter
L. N. Shaw, I. W. Debicki, H. H. Bryan, D. Helms
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Potato Yield and Soft-Rot Potential as Influenced by Calcium and Potassium Fertilization
S. J. Locascio, J. A. Bartz, D. P. Weingartner
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Influence of Various Vegetable Potting Mixes on Colonization of Tomato by Glomus intraradix
L. E. Datnoff, S. Nemec, R. N. Raid
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The Role of Ionic Copper, Total Copper, and Select Bactericides on Control of Bacterial Spot of Tomato
J. B. Jones, S. S. Woltz, R. O. Kelly, G. Harris
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Disease Severity of Tomato Hybrids Heterozygous or Homozygous for Resistance to Bacterial Spot: Commercial Outlook
J. W. Scott, J. B. Jones, G. Cameron Somodi
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The Effect of a Nine-Month Overseasoning Period on Fusarium Wilt of Tomato
John Paul Jones, J. W. Scott, S. S. Woltz
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Cultural Control of Lettuce Corky Root by the Use of Transplants
R. T. Nagata, L. E. Datnoff
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Fungicidal Control of Foliar Sweet Corn Diseases in the Presence of High Inoculum Levels
Richard N. Raid
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Chemical Control of Bacterial Fruit Blotch of Watermelon
Donald L. Hopkins
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Floating Row Covers Exclude Insects Affecting Fall-Grown Squash in Central Florida
Susan E. Webb
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Resistance to the Twospotted Spider Mite in Muskmelon
Brian T. Scully, David A. East, Jonathan V. Edelson, Edward L. Cox
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Efficacy of Nonconventional Insecticides for Control of Diamondback Moth, Plutella xylostella (L.), in 1991
Richard K. Jansson, Scott H. LeCrone
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Distribution and Density of Wireworms and Their Damage in Relation to Different Cultivars of Sweetpotato
D. R. Seal, R. B. Chalfant, M. R. Hall
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Ornamental

In Vitro Propagation of Florida Native Plants: Aronia arbutifolia
M. E. Kane, B. Dehgan, T. J. Sheehan
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Effects of Mycorrhizae on Growth of Acer rubrum and Raphiolepis indica Seedlings
Simone Spiess Stephen, D. Verkade George, E. Fitzpatrick
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Vegetative Propagation of Florida Native Plants: VI. Persea palustris (Swampbay)
Bijan Dehgan Thomas, J. Sheehan
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Herbicide Use by Florida's Woody Ornamental Industry
Jeffrey G. Norcini, David J. Zimet, Judith M. McDowell, Linda B. Landrum
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Potential Cut Flower, Cut Foliage Production of Australian and South African Flora in Florida
P. E. Parvin
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The Poly-Pot-Pack: Another Tool for Conservation of Resources During Production of Container-Grown Plants
Richard W. Henley
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Symptoms of Boron Toxicity Induced in Foliage Plants
R. T. Poole, C. A. Conover, K. Steinkamp
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Effects of Several Commercially Available Solidifying Agents on In Vitro Growth of Alocasia bellota 'Alicia'
John L. Griffis, Jr., Heike Wedekind, Sherman Johnson
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Substrate Influence on Compost Efficacy as a Nursery Growing Medium
George E. Fitzpatrick, Stephen D. Verkade
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Foliage Plant Growth in Potting Mixes Formulated With Composted Yard Waste
Dennis B. McConnell, Aziz Shiralipour
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Effect of Growth Regulators on Potted Chrysanthemums
Gary J. Wilfret
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Production Environment Affects Growth Rate of Boston Fern
Dennis B. McConnell
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A Technique for Enhanced Propagation of Viviparous Tropical Water Lilies
M. E. Kane, N. L. Philman, D. Clayton
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Faster Production of 'Amate' Schefflera Using an Exterior Retractable Shading System
Sven E. Svenson, Diane L. Johnston, Kevin Kraft
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Effects of Preemergence Herbicides on Newly Established Leatherleaf Fern
Robert H. Stamps
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Irrigation Management Practices in the Leatherleaf Fern Industry
Robert H. Stamps, William G. Boggess, Allen G. Smajstrla
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Storage Time and Temperature Affect Growth of Dracaena fragrans 'Massangeana'
C. A. Conover, R. T. Poole
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Investigation of the Etiology of Grassy Tuber of Caladium
J. E. Polston, Michael R. Evans, J. H. Tsai
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Garden And Landscape

Recommendations for Germinating Fringetree Chionanthus virginicus L. Seed
William J. Carpenter, Eric R. Ostmark, Thomas J. Sheehan
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The Spineless Yucca Deserves More Attention as an Ornamental and Food Plant
Julia F. Morton, Curtis F. Dowling, Jr.
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Lagerstroemia Cultivars Under Evaluation at the NFREC-Monticello
Gary W. Knox, Jeffrey G. Norcini
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Evaluation of Impatiens Cultivars for the Landscape in West-Central Florida
T. K. Howe, W. E. Waters, J. F. Price
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348 - 351
Comparative Performance of Four Cultivars of Turfgrasses in South Florida
David E. Wedge
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Turfgrass in the Shade Environment
Philip Busey Edward, H. Davis
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Winter Overseeding Trials on Fairway and Putting Green Bermudagrasses
A. E. Dudeck, S. F. Anderson
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Federal Cost-Share Assistance for Urban and Community Forestry Programs
James B. Harrell
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Observations on Palms Produced in Grow-Bags
Alan W. Meerow, John P. Begeman
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Measuring Diurnal Water Stress to Determine Transplant Establishment of Slash Pine From Three Production Methods
R. C. Beeson, Jr., E. F. Gilman
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Reclaimed Water and Florida Natives II
M. LaRue Robinson, John R. Parnell
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Reduce/Reuse/Recycle Yard Waste in Pinellas County
Joan Bradshaw Tom, Lehamann Jim Ragsdale
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Development and Implementation of a Landscape Learning Center for Dade County
Steve Ritter, Mary Lamberts
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Development of a Commercial Plant Growers Clinic in Dade County and Trends Reported for the First Year
D. L. Hull, R. T. McMillan, Jr.
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Creating a Landscape for Wildlife
Craig Huegel, Frank Mazzotti, Joseph Schaffer
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Back Matter

 
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