Group Title: Press bulletin - University of Florida Agricultural Experiment Station ; no. 303
Title: List of bulletins and reports on hand for distribution at the Agricultural Experiment Station, Gainesville, Florida
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Title: List of bulletins and reports on hand for distribution at the Agricultural Experiment Station, Gainesville, Florida
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PRESS BULLETIN No. 303 January, 1919


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION




BULLETINS AND REPORTS ON HAND FOR DISTRIBUTION
AT THE
AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
(These Bulletins and Reports are sent free on request.)

BULLETINS
28. Liver Fluke.........--------.............--.. -- ..---- A. W. Bitting. 1894
37. Pineapples at Myers.......... ...............O. Clute and W. A. Marsh. 1896
38. Tobacco in Florida ....................................................F. B. Moodie. 1897
63. Diagrams for Packing Citrus Fruit..........................H. H. Hume. 1902
107. Stem-End Rot of Citrus Fruits ..-----............................H. S. Fawcett. 1911
108. Diseases of Citrus Fruits, P. H. Rolfs, H.S.Fawcett, B.F.Floyd. 1911
109. Citrus Scab...... ......... ......... ..... ......................... H. S. Fawcett. 1912
115. Sugar and Acid in Oranges and Grapefruit.......S. E. Collison. 1913
121. Cucumber Rot-----..................................------ .....-- 0. F. Burger. 1914
123. Whitefly Control, 1914.................................................J. R. W atson. 1914
125. Tomato Insects .............................................................J. R. W atson. 1914
126. The Wooly Whitefly ..................................................-J. R. Watson. 1915
127. Mangoes in Florida---........................... ---......P. H. Rolfs. 1915
128. Citrus Canker III........................................ .......... ..H. E. Stevens. 1915
129. Japanese Cane....................------.......................-------- .J. M. Scott. 1916
130. Control of the Velvet Bean Caterpillar....................J. R. Watson. 1916
132. Loss of Fertilizers by Leaching..S. E. Collison and S. S. Walker. 1916
133. Irish Potatoes in Florida.................................----A. P. Spencer. 1917
134. Florida Truck and Garden Insects............................J. R. Watson. 1917
135. Utilization of Cull Citrus Fruits in Florida............S. S. Walker. 1917
136. Control of Root-Knot by Calcium Cyanamide and Other
Means .....................................------ .....J. R. Watson. 1917
137. Some Cases of Injury to Citrus Trees Apparently Induced
by Ground Limestone..............................................B. F. Floyd. 1917
138. Rhodes Grass--..............-----..............................P. H. Rolfs. 1917
139. Some Important Diseases of Truck Crops in Florida
............................................................................C. D. Sherbakoff. 1917
140. Dieback, or Exanthema of Citrus Trees........................B. F. Floyd. 1917
141. Pork Production in Florida.............................................J. M. Scott. 1917
142. Dairying in Florida.........................................................J. M. Scott. 1918
143. Feeding for Milk Production.............................J. M. Scott. 1918
144. Fertilizers for Japanese Cane...................................J. M. Scott. 1918
145. Melanose................................. .............H. E. Stevens. 1918
146. Tomato Diseases .................-- ........---- ..--C. D. Sherbakoff. 1918
S147. Diseases and Insect Pests of the Pecan.............................. J. Matz. 1918
148. Insects of a Citrus Grove............................................J. R. Watson. 1918
149. Some Diseases of the Fig.....................................................J. Matz. 1918
150. Florida Citrus Diseases.............................................H. E. Stevens. 1918
151. Florida Truck and Garden Insects............................J. R. Watson. 1919








PRESS BULLETINS
63. "Black Root," or Wilt Disease of Cotton..............H. P. Stuckey. 1907
101. Cabbage Black Rot........................................... H. S. Fawcett., 1908
151. Summer Pruning for Withertip............................H. S. Fawcett. 1910
159. Velvet Beans for Milk Production................................J. M. Scott. 1910
170. Cowpeas......................................... J. M. Scott. 1911
171. Preparing for Hay Crop..............................C. K. McQuarrie. 1911
173. Cultivation of Sweet Potatoes............................C. K. McQuarrie. 1911
174. Choosing and Breeding Pigs...................... M. Scott. 1911
175. Curing the Hay Crop.............................C. K. McQuarrie. 1911
177. Storing the Sweet Potato Crop..............................C. K. McQuarrie. 1911
182. Balanced Rations for Dairy Cows............................ J. M. Scott. 1912
185. Growing Sweet Potato Draws ...................C. K. McQuarrie. 1912
187. Young Beef the Most Profitable ..................................J. M. Scott. 1912
191. Native Cattle Small from Lack of Feed......................J. M. Scott. 1912
202; Saving Japanese Cane f6r Winter Feed.C. K. McQuarrie. 1912
208. Natal Grass................................... ................J. M. Scott. 1913
214. Mealy Bug ...... ........ .....................J. R. Watson. 1913
219. Sorghum for Hog Pasture........................................J. M. Scott. 1914
220. Cowpeas for Hog Pasture--.:..--. .--.....--- ......-..........J. M. Scott. 1914
227. Materials for Correcting Soil Acidity............................P. H. Rolfs. 1914
228. Using Ground Limestone.....................................P. H. Rolfs. 1914
231. Melon-Worm and Pickle-Worm........................... R. Watson. 1915
232. Silage Crops..................... ... ....................J. M. Scott. 1915
233. The Melon Aphis ............. ...................J. R. Watson. 1915
234. Yield of Japanese Cane with Different Fertilizers.:..J. M. Scott. 1915
235. Fertilizer Does Not Affect Quality of Cane Juice....J. M. Scott. 1915
237. Continuous Planting of Velvet Beans............................ -M. Scott. 1915
238. Does Fertilizer Affect the Feeding Value of Japanese
Cane................ ...................... ............................ M. Scott. 1915
242. Feeding Test -with Silage..............................................J. M. Scott. 1916
243. Avocado Propagation.................... ...- ............P. H. Rolfs. 1916
244. Avocado Culture ..........- ..............-................. H. Rolfs.: 1916
245. Silage for Milk Production .............. .....J. M. Scott. 1916
246. Guava Propagation........... ............... ....P. H. Rolfs. 1916
247. The Air in the Soil........................ .....B. F. Floyd. 1916
249. Tie Southern Grass Worm or Fall Army Worm....J. R. Watson. 1916
250. Cottony Cushion Scale-........... -.............J. R. Watson. 1916
252. The Control of Thrips on Tomatoes........... ........J. R. Watson. 1916
255. Roselle Mildew..... .............. ...........P. H. Rolfs. 1916
256. The Purple Scale.... ........... ..............J. R Watson. 1916
258. Irish Potato Seed.... ....-........................ D.-Sherbakoff. 1916
259. Controlling Cabbage Worms....-.................... J. R. Watson. 1916
261. The Red Scale..... ..........................J. R. Watson, 1917
263. Care of Citrus Trees After Freezing Temperatures....P. H. Rolfs. 1917
264. Red Spiders........ ................... .....J. R. Watson. 1917
266. Cucumber and Cantaloupe Downy Mildew.......C. D. Sherbakoff. 1917
268. Stem End Rot and Scale Insects. ---.............--.......- H. E. Stevens. 1917
269. Gummosis of Citrus Trees .......-.............---.......... E. Stevens. 1917
270. Worms in Swine...........-- ..-........... ....................J. M. Scott. 1917
271. Peanut, Velvet-bean, and Cottonseed Meal for- Milk
Production ....................-- .....- ........ ..... :. J. M. Scott. 1917
272. Citrus Scales and Whitefly........................-.......... J. R. Watson. 1917
273. Lettuce Black Rot ................ .....-................C. D. Sherbakoff. 1917
274. Sweet-Potato Silage...... .......... ......J. M. Scott. 1917
276. Control of Watermelon Anthracnose.....-.. ......H. E. Stevens. 1917
277. Bud-Worm or Corn Ear-Worm........................... J. R. Watson. 1917
278. Comparison of Corn Silage and Sweet-Potato Silage for
Milk Production.............. ....... .....J. M. Scott. 1917
279. Citrus Foot Rot................. .- ................. ........H. E. Stevens; 1917








280. Sweet-Potato Caterpillars. ....................................J. R. -Watson. 1917
281. Hog Raising in Florida................................................A. P. Spencer. 1917
283. Pumpkin Bugs in Citrus Groves................................J. R. Watson. 1917
284. Sweet-Potato Root-Weevils.........................................J. R. Watson. 1917
285. The San Jose Scale.............................................J. R. Watson. 1917
286. The Boll Weevil in Sea Island Cotton.......................J. R. Watson. 1917
287. Controlling Poultry Lice...........................................J. R. Watson. 1918
289. Avocado Scab...............................................................H. E. Stevens. 1918
290. Onion Thrips.................................................................J. R. W atson. 1918
291. Peanut Meal for Hog Feeding...................................... M. Scott. 1918
292. Summer Fallow for Root-Knot-Infested Land..........J. R. Watson. 1918
293. The Fall Army Worm or Grass Worm....................J. R. Watson. 1918
294. Castor Beans Attacked by Corn Ear-Worm..........J. R. Watson. 1918
295. Gas the Ants....................---.......... ............... R. Watson. 1918
296. Gray Mold of Castor Beans..................................H. E. Stevens. 1918
297. The Purple Scale.................................. .....J. R. Watson. 1918
298. Cottony Cushion Scale............................. .... J. R. Watson. 1918
299. Preserving Fungus Parasites of Whitefly................J. R. Watson. 1918
300. Citrus Fruit Rots............................ .....H. E. Stevens. 1918
301. Napier Grass.........................................................J. B. Thompson. 1919
302. Fertilizers for Sweet Potatoes........................................J. M. Scott. 1919
303. Bulletin List............... .............. .................... .......... ....... ... 1919

ANNUAL REPORTS
Report for 1901-2 Report for 1911-12
Report for 1902-3 Report for 1912-13
Report for 1903-4 Report for 1913-14
Report for 1905-6 Report for 1914-15
Report for 1907-8 Report for 1915-16
Report for 1910-11 Report for 1916-17

EXTENSION BULLETINS
4. Dipping Vats for Hogs........................................A. P. Spencer. 1916
5. Subirrigation............................. A. P. Spencer and C. M. Berry. 1916
6. Peanuts in Florida..........................A. P. Spencer and W. E. Brown. 1916
7. Hog Pastures and Feeds.............................................A. P. Spencer. 1916
9. Poultry in Florida.......................................................A. P. Spencer. 1917
10. Kill Corn W eevils..........................................................A. P. Spencer. 1917
11. Home Curing Pork........................................................A. P. Spencer. 1917
12. Peanuts for Oil Production..........A. P. Spencer and E. W. Jenkins. 1918
13. Hog Cholera.............................................John Spencer. 1918
14. Sugar Cane.................... .......................................... P. Spencer. 1919

EXTENSION ANNUAL REPORTS
Report for 1913-14 Report for 1915-16
Report for 1914-15 Report for 1916-17

EXTENSION CIRCULARS
1. Our Nation is Calling for More Hogs at High Prices....P. H. Rolfs. 1918
2. Castor Beans.......................................................................P. H. Rolfs. 1918
3. Corn Planting .......................................................... A. P. Spencer. 1918
4. Cotton Anthracnose.................................................. H. E. Stevens. 1918
5. Rice Culture-...............--..-... ..-.....------......... A. P. Spencer. 1918




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