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 Copyright
 Title Page
 Welcome and acknowledgements
 Table of Contents
 Effect of rootball volume of seedlings...
 Effect of rootball volume and three...
 Transplanting lettuce in a weedy...
 Transplanting lettuce in a weedy...
 Economics of banding versus broadcasting...
 Crop rotation minimizes losses...
 Performance of crisphead lettuce...
 Pathotyping lettuce downy mildew...
 Corky root intensity increases...
 Evaluation of damage by serpentine...
 N, P, and K fertilization recommendations...
 Causes of tripburn (M. L. Stratton...
 Strategies in breeding herbicide...
 Studies on spiny amaranth competition...
 Alternaria leaf blight of parsley:...
 Lettuce downy mildew in Florida:...
 Biological and fungicidal control...
 Pursuit: advantages and disadvantages...






Group Title: Lettuce research workshop ...
Title: Lettuce research workshop. February 4, 1993.
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 Material Information
Title: Lettuce research workshop. February 4, 1993.
Series Title: Research report - Everglades Research and Education Center - EV-1993-2
Uniform Title: Lettuce research workshop ...
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades Research and Education Center, University of Florida
Publication Date: 1993
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Agriculture   ( lcsh )
Farm life   ( lcsh )
Farming   ( lcsh )
University of Florida.   ( lcsh )
Agriculture -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Spatial Coverage: North America -- United States of America -- Florida
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Funding: Florida Historical Agriculture and Rural Life
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Bibliographic ID: UF00054456
Volume ID: VID00004
Source Institution: Marston Science Library, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Holding Location: Florida Agricultural Experiment Station, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, and the Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station; Institute for Food and Agricultural Services (IFAS), University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 65184369

Table of Contents
    Copyright
        Copyright
    Title Page
        Title Page
    Welcome and acknowledgements
        Unnumbered ( 3 )
    Table of Contents
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        Page ii
    Effect of rootball volume of seedlings on yields and quality of transplanted South Bay Crisphead lettuce (V. L. Guzman)
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    Effect of rootball volume and three soluble fertilizer formulas applied at the seedling state on yields and quality of transplanted crisphead lettuce (V. L. Guzman)
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    Transplanting lettuce in a weedy field culture system at two delayed intervals and three herbicides (V. L. Guzman)
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    Transplanting lettuce in a weedy field culture system using five weed suppressing treatments and their effect on yields and quality of crisphead lettuce (V. L. Guzman)
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    Economics of banding versus broadcasting P in Florida lettuce (J. Alvarez and C. A. Sanchez)
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    Crop rotation minimizes losses from Corky Root in Florida lettuce (J. Alvarez, L. E. Datnoff, and R. T. Nagata)
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    Performance of crisphead lettuce cultivars on plastic-mulched, drip-irrigated sandy soils in Florida (D. J. Cantliffe)
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    Pathotyping lettuce downy mildew in Florida (L. E. Datnoff, R. T. Nagata, R. N. Raid, and J. Carroll)
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    Corky root intensity increases under continuous lettuce production L. E. Datnoff and R. T. Nagata)
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    Evaluation of damage by serpentine leafminers and banded cucumber beetles to cos lettuce varieties (G. S. Nuessly and R. T. Nagata)
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    N, P, and K fertilization recommendations for crisphead lettuce grown on organic soils in Florida (G. Hochmuth, E. A. Hanlon, F. J. Coale, R. T. Nagata, G. H. Snyder, and T. E. Schueneman)
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    Causes of tripburn (M. L. Stratton and R. T. Nagata)
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    Strategies in breeding herbicide resistant lettuce (R. T. Nagata, J. A. Dusky, A. C. torres, D. J. Cantliffe, F. J. Ferl, and T. A. Bewick)
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    Studies on spiny amaranth competition in lettuce (J. Shrefler and J. A. Dusky)
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    Alternaria leaf blight of parsley: A disease of rising importance (R. N. Raid)
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    Lettuce downy mildew in Florida: An analysis of past epidemics and prospects for future control (R. N. Raid, L. E. Datnoff, and R. T. Nagata)
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    Biological and fungicidal control of lettuce bottom rot in the EAA (R. N. Raid and L. E. Datnoff)
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    Pursuit: advantages and disadvantages in lettuce production (J. A. Dusky and J. Al-Henaid)
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