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Magie, R. 0. 1971. Control of Botrytis and Fusarium diseases of gladiolus.
GladioGrams Bulletin No. 1:1-3.

Magie, R. 0. 1971. Notes on controlling gladiolus diseases. GladioGrams
Bulletin No. 2:1-4.

Magie, R. O. 1971. Spraying gladiolus and treating corms with fungicides.
North Amer. Gladiolus Council Bull. 106:35-36.

Magie, R. 0. 1971. Gladiolus corm disease spread in storage: cause and con-
trol. North Amer. Gladiolus Council Bull. 106:37-38. Also in Florists'
Review 148(3824):49, 84-85. 1971.

Magie, R. 0. 1971. Research shows ways to control gladiolus Fusarium disease.
Sunshine State Agr. Res. Rept. 16(3):14-15.

Magic, R. 0. and S. L. Poe. 1971. Suggestions for controlling gladiolus dis-
eases and pests in Florida. Univ. of Fla. Mimeo Report AREC-BR 71-5. 3 pgs.
Also in North Amer. Gladiolus Council Bull. 106:95-97. 1971.

Magie, R. 0. 1971. Treatment of gladiolus corms with carbon dioxide to deter-
mine the degree of Fusarium infection. University of Fla. Mimeo Report GCS
71-8. 3 pgs. Also in Florists' Review 148(3823):21. 1971.

Magie, R. O., J. C. Raulston, S. L. Poe, G. J. Wilfret, S. S. Woltz, F. J.
Marousky, and A. W. Engelhard. 1971. A review of gladiolus research at
the Station. North Amer. Gladiolus Council Bull. 105:96-99.

Magie, R. 0. 1971. A chapter titled "Control of Diseases" in a revision of
Publication No. 1229, "Growing Gladiolus", of the Canada Dept. of Agr.
(In press).

Magie, R. O. 1971. Seasonal notes and answers to questions. GladioGrams
Bull. 3:1-5.

Magie, R. 0. 1971. Chemical treatment of gladiolus corms and hot-water treat-
ment of cormels and small corms. Univ. of Fla. Mimeo Report GCS 71-8.

Magie, R. O. 1971. Gladiolus Curvularia disease control by fungicide sprays.
GladioGrams Bull. 4:4-6.

Magie, R. 0. 1971. Use of Mertect and Benlate on gladiolus corms. Gladio-
Grams Bull. 5:2-4.

Magie, R. 0. 1971. Five questions asked by gladiolus growers. GladioGrams
5:5-7.

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND POST-HARVEST STUDIES

Marousky, F. J. 1971. Influence of 8-hydroxyquinoline citrate and sucrose on
carbohydrate content of leaves and florets of cut gladiolus spikes. Proc.
First International Symposium on Flowerbulbs. Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
ACTA Horticulturae 23(1):114-117.









Marousky, F. J. 1970. Reduction of vascular blockage and increased moisture
retention in cut roses as induced by pH, 8-hydroxyquinoline citrate and
sucrose. XVIII International Horticultural Congress 1:139. (Abst.).

Marousky, F. J. 1971. Handling and opening cut-chrysanthemum flowers from
the bud stage with 8-hydroxyquinoline citrate plus sucrose. U.S. Dept. Agr.
Marketing Research Rept. No. 905.

Marousky, F. J. 1969. Vascular blockage, water absorption, stomatal opening
and respiration of cut 'Better Times' roses treated with 8-hydroxyquinoline
citrate and sucrose. Jour. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 94:223-226.

Marousky, F. J.. 1971. Inhibition of vascular blockage and increased moisture
retention in cut roses induced by pH, 8-hydroxyquinoline citrate and sucrose.
Jour. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 96(1):38-41.

Marousky, F. J. 1971. Effects of temperature, container venting, and spike
wrap during simulated shipping and use of floral preservatives on subsequent
floret opening and quality of gladiolus. Tropical Region, Amer. Soc. Short.
Sci. 15:(In press).

Marousky, F. J. 1969. Influence of various commercial floral preservatives and
8-hydroxyquinoline citrate plus sucrose on development and lasting ability of
flower buds of several chrysanthemum cultivars. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
82:398-403.

Marousky, F. J. 1969. Conditioning gladiolus spikes to maintenance of fresh
weight with pre-treatments of 8-hydroxyquinoline citrate plus sucrose. Proc.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. 82:411-414.

Marousky, F. J., R. H. Cubbedge, and R. O. Magie. 1970. Influence of controlled
atmospheres during corm storage on subsequent flowering of gladiolus. Proc.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. 83:419-422.

Marousky, F. J. and J. C. Raulston. 1970. Interaction of flower preservative
components and light on fresh weight and longevity of snapdragon cut flowers.
Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 83:445-448.

Marousky, F. J. and S. S. Woltz. 1971. Effect of fluoride and a flower preser-
vative on quality of cut gladiolus. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 84:375-380.

Marousky, F. J. and J. Nanney. 1971. Bud-cut flowers a concept for 'Once-
over-harvest" of chrysanthemums. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 84:399-403.

Marousky, F. J. 1969. Nature and prevention of deterioration in cut gladiolus.
In 'Gladiolus' Book ed. W. Crowley. (In press).

Marousky, F. J. 1969. Prolonging vase-life of cut gladiolus. North Amer.
Gladiolus Council Bull. 98:94-101.

Marousky, F. J. 1970. New methods of improving keeping quality for gladiolus,
roses, and chrysanthemums. Florists' Review 145(3770):67, 116-119.

Marousky, F. J. 1971. Opening bud-cut chrysanthemum flower buds in 8-hydroxy-
quinoline citrate and sucrose. (Abst.). HortScience 4(2):239.





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Marousky, F. J. 1969. Incidence of vascular blockage and reduction of mois-
ture stress in cut 'Better Times':roses by 8-hydroxyquinoline citrate and
sucrose. (Abst.). HortScience 4(2):241.

Marousky, F. J. and J. C. Raulston. 1970. Enhancement of snapdragon floret
color with light and floral preservatives. HortScience 5(4):342. (Abst.).

Marousky, F. J. 1971, Influence of handling practices and floral preservatives
on cut poinsettias. 68th Conv. Assoc, Southern Agr. Workers. (Abst.). (In
press),

Marousky, F. J. 1971. Incidence and control of foliar chlorosis on bud-cut
chrysanthemums. HortScience 6:298. (Abst.).

Woltt, S. S., W. E. Waters and C. D. Leonard. 1970. Effects of fluorides on
metabolism and visible injury in cut-flower crops and citrus. International
Fluoride Soc. Proc. 4:30-36. Journal Series No. 3650.

Woltz, S. S. 1969. Effects of accumulation of excess phytosynthate in chry-
santhemum leaves. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 82:350-352. Journal Series
No. 3392.

Woltz, S. S. and Arthur W. Engelhard. 1971. Physiological disorders of leaves
of chrysanthemum cultivars relative to accumulation of excess carbohydrates.
Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 84:370-374. Journal Series No. 4127.

Woltz, S. S. 1970. Fertilization of Gladiolus. Chapter in 'The Gladiolus
Book'. D. Van Nostrand, New York. (In press). Journal Series No. 3342.

Woltz, S. S. 1971. Amino acid antimetabolites as causal agents in plant
disease. In 'Phytotoxins in Plant Disease'. ed. R.K.S. Wood. Blackwell
Scientific Publications. Oxford and Edinburgh. 477-479 pp.

Woltz, S. S. 1970. Physiological effects of high soluble salts on plant
growth. Agrichemical West 12:7.





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LIST OF CONTRIBUTING FACULTY FROM AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER, (IFAS)
BRADENTON, FLORIDA:

Waters, Will E., Horticulturist & Center Director, soils, plant nutrition and
herbicides.

Burgis, D. S., Associate Horticulturist, vegetable variety testing, weed control
and growth regulators.

Engelhard, A. W., Associate Plant Pathologist, etiology and control of ornamental
cut flower diseases.

Geraldson, C. M., Soils Chemist, soil nutritional problems and their relationship
with cultural methods of vegetables.

Hipp, Timothy S., Asst. Area Economist, development of economic data on ornamental
and vegetable production.

Magie, R. 0., Plant Pathologist, control of gladiolus, flower and corm disease
problems chemical, breeding and therapeutic.

Marousky, F. J., Research Horticulturist (USDA), post-harvest physiological
problems of cut flowers including keeping quality studies.

Overman, A. J., Associate Nematologist, etiology and control of nematode problems
of ornamentals and vegetables.

Poe, S. L., Assistant Entomologist, insect and mite control of vegetables and
ornamental cut flowers,

Raulston, J. C., Assistant Ornamental Horticulturist, production, harvesting and
marketing problems of all ornamental crops.

Wilfret, G. J., Assistant Geneticist, breeding and development of new varieties
of cut-flowers and other ornamental crops.

Woltz, S. S., Plant Physiologist, physiological disorders and diseases of vege-
tables and ornamentals.




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    Entomology and nematology
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    Plant breeding and variety trail evaluations
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HISTORIC NOTE


The publications in this collection do
not reflect current scientific knowledge
or recommendations. These texts
represent the historic publishing
record of the Institute for Food and
Agricultural Sciences and should be
used only to trace the historic work of
the Institute and its staff. Current IFAS
research may be found on the
Electronic Data Information Source
(EDIS)

site maintained by the Florida
Cooperative Extension Service.






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Bradenton AREC Research Report BRA1983-6


March 1983


LIST OF PUBLICATIONS DEALING WITH ORNAMENTAL CROPS WRITTEN DURING 1982

W. E. Waters, Editor


This bibliography contains a listing of the research articles submitted for
publication during 1982 dealing with ornamental crops. Publications are
classified'in one of the following research areas: Entomology and Nematology;
Horticulture; Plant Breeding and Variety Trial .Evaluations; Plant Pathology;
Plant Physiology; and Soil, Water and Plant nutrition.

This is one in a series of periodic bibliographic listings-,of the publications
written by the faculty of the Agricultural Research and Education Center in
Bradenton and the Agricultural Research Centers in Dover and Immokalee, branches
of the University of Florida, Institute of Food and.Agricultural Sciences.

Many of these articles are still in press and reprints may not be available at
this time; therefore, all requests for reprints or information on the research
should be directed to the author.


TABLE OF CONTENTS


ENTOMOLOGY AND NEMATOLOGY ........................................... 2

HORTICULTURE ....................................................... 2

PLANT BREEDING AND VARIETY TRIAL EVALUATIONS ........................ 4

PLANT PATHOLOGY ............. ......................... .............. 4

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY .................................................... 5

SOIL, WATER AND PLANT NUTRITION ..................................... 6

LIST OF CONTRIBUTING FACULTY ....................................... 7









ENTOMOLOGY AUD NEMATOLOGY

1. Ketzler, Lora D. and James F. Price. 1982. Methods for growers to evaluate
effects of their cultural practices on Liriomyza trifolii leafminers in a
simple laboratory. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

2. Overman, A. J. and J. F. Price. 1982. Application of pesticides via drip
irrigation to control nematodes and foliar arthropods. Proc. Soil and
Crop Sci. Soc. of Fla. 41: (in press).

3. Prevatt, J. W. and J. F. Price. 1982. An economic analysis of costs
for leafminer control on two pompon chrysanthemum farms in Florida.
Proc. of the 1982 Leafminer Conference: (in press).

4. Prevatt, J. W. and J. F. Price. May 1982. Pesticidal application costs
on pompon chrysanthemums. Southern Florist and Nurseryman Vol. 95(11):
36, 41, 42.

5. Price, James F. 1982. An assessment of leafminer management methods
on export chrysanthemum enterprises in Colombia, South America. Proc.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

6. Price, James F. 1982. Pesticides and mum mites. Flower News 36(5):
5, 10, 25 and 29.

7. Price, James F. 1982. What you need to know about leafminers and other
insects. Proc. 15th International Bedding Plant Conf. Bedding Plants,
Inc., Okemos, MI. p. 203-210.

8. Price, J. F., B. K. Harbaugh and C. D. Stanley. 1982. Response of mites
and leafminers to trickle irrigation rates in spray chrysanthemum produc-
tion. HortScience 17(6):895-896.

9. Price, J. F., B. K. Harbaugh and C. D. Stanley. 1982. Response of
leafminers and twospotted spider mite densities to fertilizer and water
variations in chrysanthemums. Ornamental Plant Entomologists' Newsletter
8(1):5-6.

10. Price, J. F., D. E. Short, and B. Tjia. 1982. 1982 Pest Control Guide
for Field and Greenhouse Floricultural Crops. Fla. Ornamental Growers'
Assoc. 8 pp.

11. Wojeck, G. A., J. F. Price, H. N. Nigg, and J. H. Stamper. 1932. Worker
exposure to paraquat and diquat. Arch. Environ. Contamination Toxicol.
Vol. 12:65-70.

HORTICULTURE

1. Church, G. A. II, W. E. Waters, and M. B. Lazin. 1981. Application of
ground water to greenhouse cooling systems. Paper No. 81-4527 presented
at the 1981 Winter Meeting of the American Soc. of Agric. Engineers,
Dec. 15, 18, Chicago.










2. Gilreath, J. P. August 1982. Fusilade: A new postemergence grass
herbicide for vegetables and ornamentals. Fla. Weed Sci. Soc. News-
letter 4(3):4-5.

3. Harbaugh, B. K. 1982. Caladiums as bedding plants. Proc. 15th
International Bedding Plant Conf. Bedding Plants, Inc. Okemos, MI.
p. 279-282.

4. Harbaugh, B. K., J. F. Price, and W. E. Waters. 1982. Episcia the
flame violet thrives in hot and humid weather. Florists' Review 170:
14, 31, 33.

5. Harbaugh, B. K., C. D. Stanley and J. F. Price. 1982. Trickle irrigation
rates and chrysanthemum cut-flower production. HortScience 17:598-599.

6. Harbaugh, B. K. and W. E. Waters. 1982. influence of controlled-release
fertilizer on Exacun affine Balf. F. 'Elfin' during production and sub-
sequent simulated home conditions. HortScience 17(4):605-606.

7. Harbaugh, B. K. and G. J. Wilfret. 1982. Correct temperature is the
key to successful use of Osmocote. Florists' Review 170:21-23.

8. Harbaugh, B. K. and G. J. Wilfret. 1982. Factors to consider when using
Osmocote for poinsettia production in Florida. Fla. Ornamental Growers
Asso. Newsletter 5(2):5-6.

9. Marousky, F. J. and B. K. Harbaugh. 1982. Responses of certain flower
and foliage plants to exogenous ethylene. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
95: (in press).

10. Prevatt, J. W., C. D. Stanley and B. K. Harbaugh. 1982. A cost analysis
of ornamental irrigation systems using a microcomputer. Proc. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

11. Waters, W. E. 1982. A survey of foliage and flower plants for the
bedding plant producer. Proc. 15th International Bedding Plant Conf.
Bedding Plants, Inc. Okemos, MI. p. 260-272.

12. Waters, W. E., Chairman, et al. 1983. Floriculture Committee Report.
p. 13-33. In Florida Agriculture in the 80's Commodity.Committees.
Ornamental Horticulture Committee Reports. IFAS, Univ. of Fla. 93 pp.

13. Waters, W. E., Ed. 1982. List of publications dealing with ornamental
plants during 1981. Bradenton AREC Res. Rept. BRA1982-6. 5 PP.

14. Waters, W. E. May 1982. Program thrust areas for ornamental commodities.
Fla. Nurseryman IFAS Working For You. 29(5):26-29.

15. Waters, W. E., J. P. Jones, G. J. Wilfret, S. S. Woltz and D. S. Burgis.
1982. The history, development, accomplishments and programs of the
Agricultural Research and Education Center, Bradenton, Florida. Bradenton
AREC Res. Rept. GC1982-1. 30 pp.









ENTOMOLOGY AUD NEMATOLOGY

1. Ketzler, Lora D. and James F. Price. 1982. Methods for growers to evaluate
effects of their cultural practices on Liriomyza trifolii leafminers in a
simple laboratory. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

2. Overman, A. J. and J. F. Price. 1982. Application of pesticides via drip
irrigation to control nematodes and foliar arthropods. Proc. Soil and
Crop Sci. Soc. of Fla. 41: (in press).

3. Prevatt, J. W. and J. F. Price. 1982. An economic analysis of costs
for leafminer control on two pompon chrysanthemum farms in Florida.
Proc. of the 1982 Leafminer Conference: (in press).

4. Prevatt, J. W. and J. F. Price. May 1982. Pesticidal application costs
on pompon chrysanthemums. Southern Florist and Nurseryman Vol. 95(11):
36, 41, 42.

5. Price, James F. 1982. An assessment of leafminer management methods
on export chrysanthemum enterprises in Colombia, South America. Proc.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

6. Price, James F. 1982. Pesticides and mum mites. Flower News 36(5):
5, 10, 25 and 29.

7. Price, James F. 1982. What you need to know about leafminers and other
insects. Proc. 15th International Bedding Plant Conf. Bedding Plants,
Inc., Okemos, MI. p. 203-210.

8. Price, J. F., B. K. Harbaugh and C. D. Stanley. 1982. Response of mites
and leafminers to trickle irrigation rates in spray chrysanthemum produc-
tion. HortScience 17(6):895-896.

9. Price, J. F., B. K. Harbaugh and C. D. Stanley. 1982. Response of
leafminers and twospotted spider mite densities to fertilizer and water
variations in chrysanthemums. Ornamental Plant Entomologists' Newsletter
8(1):5-6.

10. Price, J. F., D. E. Short, and B. Tjia. 1982. 1982 Pest Control Guide
for Field and Greenhouse Floricultural Crops. Fla. Ornamental Growers'
Assoc. 8 pp.

11. Wojeck, G. A., J. F. Price, H. N. Nigg, and J. H. Stamper. 1932. Worker
exposure to paraquat and diquat. Arch. Environ. Contamination Toxicol.
Vol. 12:65-70.

HORTICULTURE

1. Church, G. A. II, W. E. Waters, and M. B. Lazin. 1981. Application of
ground water to greenhouse cooling systems. Paper No. 81-4527 presented
at the 1981 Winter Meeting of the American Soc. of Agric. Engineers,
Dec. 15, 18, Chicago.











16. Wilfret, G. J., W. N. Prendergast, V. Diedrick, and S. Carruthers.
1982. National Development Plan for Ornamental Horticulture. Jamaican
Dept. of Agriculture, Kingston, Jamaica, 1982. 137 pp.

17. Wilfret, G. J. and W. E. Waters, Ed. October 1982. Outline of 1982
Caladium Field Research at AREC-Bradenton. Bradenton AREC Res. Rept.
BRA1982-17. 9 pp.

PLANT BREEDING AND VARIETY TRIAL EVALUATIONS

1. Howe, T. K. and W. E. Waters. 1982. Evaluation of flowering annuals:
marigold and zinnia. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

2. Wilfret, G. J. 1982. 1980 NAGC Trial Garden Regrown in Florida in 1981.
North Am. Glad. Council Bull. 148:33-35. .

3. Wilfret, G. J. 1982. NAGC Trial Garden 1981 Florida BRport. North
Am. Glad. Council Bull. 149:30-32.

4. Wilfret, G. J. 1982. Dr. Magie, a Salmon Gladiolus for a Cut Flower.
Fla. Ag. Exp. Sta. Circ. S-298. 5 PP.

5. Wilfret, G. J. and G. T. Hurner, Jr. 1982. A survey of caladium culti-
vars grown in Florida and their characteristics as potted plants. Proc.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

6. Wilfret, G. J., T. C. Weiler, B. K. Harbaugh and P. A. Hammer. 1982.
Floriana Mist and Floriana Cascade, New Bristol Fairy Type Gypsophila
for Cut Flowers. Fla. Ag. Exp. Sta. Circ. S-299. 6 pp.

PLANT PATHOLOGY

1. Engelhard, Arthur W. 1982. Chapter 17 Foliage Diseases, p. 193-205.
In Geraniums III. John W. Masterlerz and E. Jay Holcomb, Eds. Third
Edition. Published by Pennsylvania Flower Growers. 410 pp.

2. Engelhard, Arthur W. 1983. Control of poinsettia scab with fungicides,
1981. Fungicide and Nematicide Tests 38: (in press).

3. Engelhard, Arthur W. 1982. Disease management and control for bedding
plant producers. Proc. 15th International Bedding Plant Conference,
W. Carlson, Ed. Bedding Plants, Inc., Okemos, MI. p. 96-104.

4. Engelhard, Arthur W. Nov. 1982. Poinsettia diseases and their control.
Bradenton AREC Res. Rept. BRA 1982-21. 13 pp.

5. Engelhard, Arthur W. and Charles W. Meister. 1982. The IR-4 Program:
A Federal-State Research Project to Develop Data for Pesticide Labels
for the Ornamentals Industry. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

6. Engelhard, Arthur W., H. C. Mellinger, R. C. Ploetz, and J. W. Miller.
1983. A leaf spot of the florists' geranium incited by Pseudomonas
cichorii. Plant Disease 67: (in press).






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7. Engelhard, A. W., A. J. Overman, D. J. Schuster, R. C. Ploetz, and
D. S. Burgis. 1982. Exposure of applicator to RPAR Pesticides -
EBDC, Thiophanate-methyl, Captan, 1,3-D, Lindane, Cygon, Toxaphene,
and Paraquat during mixing and/or application operations in various
cropping systems. Proc. Nat. Agric. Pesticide Impact Assessment
Program. Curtis Mason, Ed. Univ. of Arkansas Press. 37 pp.


8. Engelhard, Arthur W., James F. Price, and A. J. Overman.
1982. Disease control for Gypsophila (Baby's Breath) in
pest management program. FOGA i.ewsletter 5(2):3-4.


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9. Jones, J. B., Arthur W. Engelhard, and B. C. Raju. 1983. An outbreak
of a stem necrosis on chrysanthemum plants incited by Pseudomonas
cichorii in Florida. Plant Disease 67: (in press).

10. Snowden, Sandra E. and Arthur W. Engelhard- 1983. Evaluation of Ornalin
for control of Rhizoctonia root and crown rot of fibrous.begonia, 1982.
Fungicide and Nematicide Tests 38: (in press).


11. Snowden, Sandra E. and Arthur W. Engelhard. 1983.
26019 for control of Rhizoctonia root and crowp rot
Fungicide and Nematicide Tests 38: (in press).

12. Snowden, Sandra E. and Arthur W. Engelhard. 1983.
26019 for control of Rhizoctonia root and crown rot
Fungicide and Nematicide Tests 38: (in press).

13. Snowden, Sandra E. and Arthur W. Engelhard. 1983.
26019 for control of Rhizoctonia root and crown rot
Fungicide and Nematicide Tests 33: (in press).

14. Snowden, Sandra E. and Arthur W. Engelhard. 1983.
26019 for control of Rhizoctonia root and crown rot
Fungicide and Nematicide Tests 38: (in press).


Evaluation of Chipco
of Impatiens, 1981.


Evaluation of Chipco
of marigold, 1981.


Evaluation of Chipco
of poinsettia, 1981.


Evaluation of Chipco
of zinnia, 1982.


PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

1. Howe, T. K. 1982. Air pollution and plant responses. Proc. 15th
International Bedding Plants Conference. Bedding Plants, Inc.,
Okemos, MI. p. 195-202.

2. Howe, T. K. and S. S. Woltz. 1982. Effects of sulfur dioxide air
pollution on ornamental crops. Florida Nurseryman 29:42, 43, 53.

3. Howe, T. K. and S. S..Woltz. 1982. Sensitivity and symptomology of
marigold cultivars exposed to acute sulfur dioxide. HortScience 17:
596-598.

4. Howe, T. K. and S. S. Woltz. 1982. Symptomology and relative sensitiv-
ity of marigold cultivars exposed to sulfur dioxide. HortScience 17:484.










5. Woltz, S. S., A. W. Engelhard, and J. B. Jones. 1982. Response of leaves
of geranium cultivars to varied insolation associated with north or south
location in plant beds. Bradenton AREC Res. Rept. BRA1982-14. Also in
Fla. Orn. Growers Newsletter 5(6):2-4.

SOIL, WATER AND PLANT NUTRITION

1. Overman, A. J. and B. K. Harbaugh. 1932. Effect of tuber source and
fumigation on caladium tuber production in two soil management -systems.
Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95: (in press).

2. Stanley, C. D. and B. K. Harbaugh. May-June 1982. The effect of distance
between plants and trickle line on yield characteristics of chrysanthemums.
Fla. Ornamental Growers Assoc. Newsletter 5(3):3-5.

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LIST OF CONTRIBUTING FACULTY AND STAFF CURRENTLY LOCATED AT
THE AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH & EDUCATION CENTER (IFAS), BRADENTON, FLORIDA


Waters, W. E., Horticulturist and Center Director, Administration, soil and
plant nutrition, and ornamental horticulture.

Engelhard, A. W., Plant Pathologist. Etiology and control of ornamental cut
flower diseases.

Gilreath, J. P., Asst. Horticulturist. Weed control of vegetable and ornamental
crops.

Harbaugh, B. K., Assoc. Ornamental Horticulturist. Development of cultural
systems for floricultural crops encompassing media, nutrition, photoperiod,
growth regulators, irrigation and handling techniques.

Howe, T. K., Senior Biologist. Variety performance e and post harvest evaluations
for potted ornamental and vegetable crops.

Jones, J. B., Asst. Plant Pathologist. Ecology and control of bacterial
diseases of ornamental and vegetable crops.

Overman, A. J., Nematologist. Etiology and control'of nematode problems of
ornamentals, vegetables and agronomic crops.

Prevatt, J. W., Extension Farm Management Economist. Development of farm
management educational programs in agriculture and cooperative research
on production economics of vegetables and ornamentals.

Price, J. F., Asst. Entomologist. Biology, ecology, and control of insects
and mites of ornamentals and strawberries.

Stanley, C. D., Asst. Prof., Soil-Water Relations. Research and extension
programs on water requirements, water use efficiency and water quality
problems of commercial ornamental, vegetable and other crops of south
Florida.

Wilfret, G. J., Geneticist. Breeding and development of new varieties of
cut flowers and other ornamental crops.

Woltz, S. S., Plant Physiologist. Physiological disorders and diseases and
air pollution studies of vegetables and ornamentals.