Vol 64 (1951)

Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society

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Front Cover
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Table of Contents
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Activities of the 82nd Congress in Matters Pertaining to Agriculture
Spessard L. Holland
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Responsibilities of Agricultural Agencies to Florida Horticulture
J. Wayne Reitz
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Forecasting the Weather for Florida Agriculture
Warren O. Johnson
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A Review of Horticultural Developments in Palm Beach County
M. U. Mounts
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Citrus

Relation of Fertilizer Treatment to Fruit Quality of Valencia Oranges
Walter Reuther, Paul F. Smith
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New Chemicals for the Control of Citrus Red Mite, Paratetranychus citri (McG)
Robert K. Thompson, Arthur A. Whipp
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35 - 38
The Program of Certification of Citrus Budwood
Carl Waibel
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39 - 41
Variations in Stem Pitting on TristezaInoculated Plants of Different Citrus Groups
Theodore J. Grant, A. S. Costa, Silvio Moreira
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42 - 46
Cachexia, A BudTransmitted Disease and the Manifestation of Phloem Symptoms in Certain Varieties of Citrus, Citrus Relatives and Hybrids
J. F. L. Childs
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47 - 50
Molybdenum Deficiency in Citrus
Ivan Stewart, C. D. Leonard
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51 - 52
Boron Nutrition in Citrus
A. E. Willson
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53 - 56
Xyloporosis of Citrus
Ernest P. DuCharme
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57 - 59
The Economy of Adequate Drainage for Citrus in Florida Coastal Areas
T. W. Young
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60 - 63
Progress Report on Concentrated Sprays on Citrus in Florida
Charles R. Stearns, Jr., J. T. Griffiths, W. L. Thompson, E. J. Deszyck
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64 - 65
A Comparison of Oil Emulsion and Parathion for the Control of Scale Insects on Citrus
W. L. Thompson, J. T. Griffiths, J. W. Sites
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66 - 70
Some Results of Irrigation Research with Florida Citrus
John W. Sites, Herman J. Reitz, E. J. Deszyck
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71 - 78
Health Status of Parathion When Used on Citrus in 1951
J. T. Griffiths, J. W. Williams, C. R. Stearns, Jr., W. L. Thompson
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79 - 81
Factors Affecting the Consumer Cost of Frozen Orange Concentrate
F. W. Wenzel, E. L. Moore, C. D. Atkins
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82 - 86

Vegetable

Preliminary Results and Observations on Blackheart of Celery
Philip J. Westgate
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87 - 91
Fertilizer Experiments with Some Vegetable Crops on Sandy Soils of Eastern Palm Beach County
W. T. Forsee, Jr., W. A. Hills
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92 - 94
Some Preliminary Studies on the Nitrogen Nutrition of Tomatoes with Foliar Sprays
James Montelaro, C. B. Hall, F. S. Jamison
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Grower Practice Influenced by Research
Forrest E. Myers
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96 - 98
The Small Farmer of the Everglades
Floyd Erickson
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Adaptability of Vegetable Varieties to Southeast Florida
W. A. Hills, E. A. Wolf
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100 - 103
Two Vegetables for South Florida, lpomea reptans, (L.) Poir., and Cyclanthera pedata, (L.)
J. J. Ochse
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The Use of Latex VL-600 As a Surface Coating for Tomatoes
Margaret J. Mustard
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105 - 108
Viruses of Cucurbits in Central Florida
C. W. Anderson
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109 - 111
The Control of DampingOff Organisms in Celery Seedbeds
George Swank, Jr.
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112 - 114
The Use of Insecticides for Control of Soil Borne Insects
Walter H. Thames, Jr.
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115 - 116
Preliminary Investigations of Systemic Insecticides
John W. Wilson
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117 - 119
The Feeding Habits of Plant Parasitic Nematodes
J. R. Christie
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120 - 121
The Vegetable Deal in the Muck Lands of Palm Beach County
H. L. Speer
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122 - 124
Injuries in Shipping and Handling Tomatoes
R. K. Showalter, L. H. Halsey, L. P. McColloch
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125 - 127
Packing Labor and Returns for Tomatoes by Type of Container
A. H. Spurlock
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128 - 130
The Effects of Various Phosphorus and Potassium Fertilizer Applications on the Incidence and Severity of Helminthosporium Leaf Blight of Sweet Corn
Warren N. Stoner
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131 - 133
Panel Discussion on Insecticides, Fungicides, Soil Fumigants, Herbicides and Soil Fertility
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Processing

A Rapid Method for the Determination of Peel Oil in Citrus Juices
Ralph W. Cook
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The Isolation, Cultivation and Identification of Organisms which have Caused Spoilage in Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice
Glen L. Hays
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A Method for Estimating the Amount of Citrus Juice in Finisher Pulp
R. W. Kilburn, C. A. Dillman
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138 - 139
A Statistical Review of Florida's Canned Citrus
W. W. Giddings
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140 - 143
Varieties of Vegetables Suitable for Freezing
Gray Singleton
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144 - 147
PsychoPhysical Methods in Market Research
Forrest E. Clements
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148 - 152
Development of Off Flavor in 20° Brix Orange Concentrate Inoculated with Certain Strains of Lactobacilli and Leuconostoc
D. L. Murdock, V. S. Troy, J. F. Folinazzo
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Technical Developments in Concentrate
J. J. R. Bristow
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157 - 158
Concentrate Plant Arrangement for LowCost Expansion
James M. Fiske
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Effect of Insoluble Solids and Particle Size of Pulp on the Pectinesterase Activity in Orange Juice
A. H. Rouse
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162 - 166
Foods and Chemicals
A. M. Henry
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167 - 170
Determination of the Pulp Content of Concentrated Citrus Juices
R. W. Olsen, Dorothy M. Asbell
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171 - 173
Stndies on the Artificial Infection of Oranges with Acid Tolerant Bacteria
E. C. Hill, L. W. Faville
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174 - 177
Sources of Coliform Bacteria in Citrus Juice for Concentrate
Roger Patrick
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178 - 180
Flavor Changes in Stored Canned Orange Juice
Lyle James Swift
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181 - 184
The Measurement of Clarification in Concentrated Citrus Juices
R. L. Huggart, E. L. Moore, F. W. Wenzel
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185 - 187
An Evaporator of Improved Design for the Concentration of Citrus Juices
C. D. Atkins, F. W. Wenzel, E. L. Moore
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188 - 191
Thermal Conductivity in Orange Concentrate
Donald A. Morgan
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192 - 197
The Application of Statistical Quality Control to Filling Maching Operation
Ben L. Skinner
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198 - 202

Ornamental

Factors Affecting Cold Resistance in Florida Ornamental Plantings
H. S. Wolfe
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203 - 204
What One Should Know About Soil Moisture
L. C. Hammond, S. N. Edson
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205
How to Make Good Photos of Flowers and Plants
Pasco Roberts
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206 - 209
Breeding Gladiolus for Disease Resistance
Robert O. Magie
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210 - 211
The Beauties of Nature in the Fairchild Tropical Garden
Lucita H. Wait
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212 - 214
Rose Culture in Florida
G. H. Blackmon, S. E. McFadden
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215 - 217
Hibiscus The Best Twentyfive Varieties to Grow in Your Yard
Jack O. Holmes
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218
Your Lawn Can Be Beautiful
Roy A. Bair
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219 - 222
The Best Small Palms for the Dooryard
H. F. Loomis
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223 - 226
Orchids Useful as Outdoor Ornamentals
A. C. Jordahn
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227 - 228
Symposium - New Ornamental Plants for Trial by Florida Growers
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229 - 238
Harvard's Cuban Botanical Garden
I. D. Clement
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239 - 240
Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and Vines for South Florida Homes
Frank J. Rimoldi
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241 - 242

Krome Memorial Institute (Tropicals)

Some Studies on Mineral Deficiency Symptoms in Mango
Paul F. Smith, G. Kenneth Scudder, Jr.
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243 - 247
Tropical and SubTropical Fruits in Florida
Wm. R. Grove
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Some Observations on Various Insects Found on Fruit and Ornamentals in the Miami Area
F. Gray Butcher
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251 - 254
Notes from Honduras
Wilson Popenoe
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255 - 256
A Tentative Method of Mango Selection
M. J. Dijkman, M. J. Soule, Jr.
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257 - 261
Stem Protection of Young Fruit Trees From Frost
David Sturrock
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262 - 263
Observations on Tropical Fruit in Western Palm Beach County
H. L. Speer
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264 - 265
Field Plot Observations Indicate that New Hybrid Grapes are Vigorous in Florida Degeneration Areas
Warren N. Stoner, Loren H. Stover
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266 - 268
Breeding Has Produced Better Grape Varieties for Florida
Loren H. Stover
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269 - 270
Marketing Limes and Lime ByProducts
Donald M. Lins
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271 - 272
Report of the SubTropical Fruit Committee
Francis B. Lincoln
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273 - 275
Describing Florida Varieties of Lychee
G. Weidman Groff, . Su-Ying-Liu
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276 - 280
A Study of the Edibility of Akee (Blighia Sapida) Fruit of Florida
S. John Lynch, Edward Larsen, Donald D. Doughty
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281 - 284
Water Soluble Phosphorus and Potassium in the Soil of Lime and Avocado Groves in Dade County
John L. Malcolm
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285 - 292

Back Matter

 
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