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Richard L. Jones, Mary L. Duryea, and Berry J. Treat, Editors2 1. This document is part of Circular 1440, a publication of the Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, and produced by the Agronomy Department and IFAS Communication Services, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida. Publication date August 2003. Originally pubished as a booklet by IFAS Communication Services June 2003. Reviewed January 2011. Visit the EDIS website at http://edis.ifas.ufl.edu. 2. Richard L. Jones, Dean for Research, Mary L. Duryea, Assistant Dean for Research, and Berry J. Treat, Assistant Director for Research Programs, Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611. Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Richard L. Jones, Dean for Research, publishes this information to further programs and related activities, available to all persons regardless of race, color, age, sex, disability or national origin. Information about alternate formats is available from IFAS Communication Services, University of Florida, PO Box 110810, Gainesville, FL 32611-0810. This publication is dedicated to FAES scientists who have contributed to the selection and breeding of new plants. Their hard work, dedication and ingenuity have advanced agriculture in Florida and the world. Thank you. Blueberry P.M. Lyrene R.H. Sharpe W.B. Sherman Citrus W.S. Castle F.G. Gmitter, Jr. J.W. Grosser G.A. Moore A.P. Pieringer Flowers T.K. Broschat D.G. Clark H.M Donselmann B.K. Harbaugh H. Kamemoto R.O. Magie J.W. Scott G.J. Wilfret Forage D.D. Baltensperger A.R. Blount
New Plants for Florida: Dedication and Acknowledgment 2 F.T. Boyd J.B. Brohlman W.H. Chapman C.E. Dean L.S. Dunavin C.R. Enlow E.H. Finlayson E.S. Horner E.M. Hodges R.S. Kalmbacher A.E. Kretschmer, Jr. J. McCaleb P. Mislevy W.R. Ocumpaugh G.M. Prine K.H. Quesenberry G.E. Ritchey O.C. Ruelke S.C. Schank R.L. Stanley, Jr. R.J. Stevenson J.D. Warner D.S. Wofford T.E. Webb Grain F. Altpeter R.D. Barnett A.R. Blount F.T. Boyd H.L. Chapman, Jr. W.H. Chapman R.W. Earhart V.E. Green, Jr. L.C. Hannah K. Hinson E.S. Horner H.H. Luke D.D. Morey P.L. Pfahler D.T. Sechler R.L. Smith A.T. Wallace Grape P.C. Anderson D.L. Hopkins J.A. Mortensen L.H. Stover J.A. Mortensen D.J. Gray Other Fruits C.P. Andrews P.M. Lyrene R.H. Sharpe J.S. Shoemaker W.B. Sherman P.J. Westgate
New Plants for Florida: Dedication and Acknowledgment 3 Other Melons P. Creel F.S. Jamison D.N. Maynard J. Montelaro J.D. Norton B.F. Whitner, Jr. Other Vegetables M.J. Bassett C.H. Blazquez D.S. Burgis A.A. Cook V.L. Guzman L.H. Halsey A.P. Lorz H.Y. Ozaki G.J. Raleigh B.T. Scully J.O. Strandberg J.M. White G.J. Wilfret E.A. Wolf T.A. Zitter Peanut W.A. Carver F. Clark D.W. Gorbet F.H. Hull D.A. Knauft R.W. Lipscomb A.J. Norden F.M. Shokes W.E. Stokes E.B. Whitty Pine G.M. Blakeslee R. Goddard G. Hodge D.A. Huber D.L. Rockwood T. Perry G.L. Powell D.L. Rockwood R.A. Schmidt K. Strickland T.L. White Stone Fruit R.H. Sharpe W.B. Sherman P.M. Lyrene Strawberry A.N. Brooks C.K. Chandler T. Crocker C.M. Howard D.E. Legard
New Plants for Florida: Dedication and Acknowledgment 4 C.A. Sims Sugarcane B.A. Bourne T. Bregger J.L. Dean C.W. Deren C. E. Freeman R. Gilbert B.S. Gill L.P. Hebert N. James M.S. Kang F. Le Grand P.M. Lyrene J. Miller E.R. Rice F.D. Stevens P. Tai Sweet Corn R.L. Beiriger J.L. Brewbaker L.C. Hannah G.S. Nuessly J.K. Pataky R.N. Raid R.K. Showalter M.E. Snook M.E. Smith B.T. Scully W.F. Tracy N.W. Widstrom B.R. Wiseman E.A. Wolf Tobacco F. Clark C.E. Dean Tomato C.F. Andrus J.J. Augustine J.A. Bartz D.S. Burgis H. H. Bryan D.O. Chellemi J.P. Crill P.H. Everett D.D. Gull B. K. Harbaugh A. L. Harrison N.C. Hayslip E. Hiebert K. Hinson T.K. Howe C.A. John J.P. Jones D.G.A. Kelbert H.J. Klee
New Plants for Florida: Dedication and Acknowledgment 5 S. M. Olson R.H. Phelps J.E. Polston W.S. Porte F.J. Prichard B. Villalon R.B. Volin J.W. Scott G.C. Somodi P.J. Stofella J. W. Strobel J. M. Walter G. F. Weber B.F. Whitner Tropical Foliage Z. Deng B.K. Harbaugh R.J. Henny A.W. Meerow B. Miranda G.J. Wilfret Tropical Fruit C.F. Balerdi J.H. Crane C.W. Campbell R.A. Conover J.H. Crane R.J. Knight, Jr. R.B. Ledin R. Litz S.J. Lynch S.E. Malo J. Popenoe R. Regalado G.D. Ruehle L.R. Toy H.S. Wolfe T.W. Young Tropical Pumpkin R.B. Carle G.W. Elmstrom D.N. Maynard R.B. Volin Turfgrass P. Busey A.E. Dudeck G.C. Horn R.T. Nagata B.T. Scully Watermelon J.M. Crall G.W. Elmstrom D.N. Maynard M.N. Walker Acknowledgment
New Plants for Florida: Dedication and Acknowledgment 6 Contributors: Fredy Altpeter, Ron Barnett Ann Blount, Carl Campbell, Bill Castle, Craig Chandler, Dave Clark, Jonathan Crane, Mary Duryea, Rob Gilbert, Fred Gmitter, Jr., Dan Gorbet, Dennis Gray, Jude Grosser, Curt Hannah, Brent Harbaugh, Jake Henny, Richard Jones, Harry Klee, Bob Knight Jr., Kathy Krawchuk, Paul Lyrene, Jimmy Miller, Don Maynard, Gloria Moore, Russell Nagata, Joseph Orsenigo, Jane Polston, Greg Powell, Gordon Prine, Ken Quesenberry, Jay Scott, Brian Scully, Wayne Sherman, Tom Stadsklev, Berry Treat, Tim White, David Wofford. We are grateful to Florida Foundation Seed Producers, Inc. for their assistance over the years with variety releases. Florida Foundation Seed Producers, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization, founded in 1943 to operate for agricultural, scientific and educational purposes and to make available improved varieties of seed and nursery stock for Florida farmers and growers. Under the management of A.E.C. McIntire, T.E. Webb, A.J. Oswald, T.D. Stadsklev, the FFSP is recognized as a national leader in variety licensing and research agreements that help enhance FAES variety development for Florida growers and consumers.