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Title: Use of legumes in pastures as sources of nitrogen
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Title: Use of legumes in pastures as sources of nitrogen
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Agricultural Sciences and should be
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/^,I' Fort Pierce ARC Research Report RL-1980-1 June 1980
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Use of Legumes in Pastures as Sources of Nitrogen /
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Albert E. Kretschmer, Jr. /"\

PRODUCTIVITY OF GRASSES AND LEGUMES ': Il

In south Florida, since almost all of the commercial beef /\ -
cattle production is pasture-based, there is a direct positive '
relationship between grass production and pasture carrying capa- \
city. Because pasture production during approximately 6 months
in the cool-season months comprises only about 25-35 percent of
the annual production, annual stocking rates cannot be based upon
summertime pasture production; but rather on a compromise between
winter and summer productivity. Many times this leads to animal
stress during the -late winter and spring if severe winters are
encountered oR if there is an overestimation of carrying capacity.
Coupled with the non-uniformity of production is the inability to
fully utilize the summer grasses when they are of top quality.
Thus as summer progresses total forage quantity increases and
quality of the total grass available declines to a point that animal
pasture intake can be restricted by low protein levels. Because of
the rapid maturity (and rapid quality decline) of grasses during
the'growing season, the application of nitrogen fertilizer applied
in the late spring and summer is largely wasted as generally the
result is to increase pasture dry matter production, adding to the
quantity not to the quality of feed already on hand. After the
*loss of this excess high quantity-low quality grass, primarily
due, to grazing and frosts in winter, another situation begins to
dominate the pasture-animal system in late winter early spring.
New-grass shoots, very high in quality, but very low in quantity
begin to appear. No longer does the possibility of low protein
limit forage intake; it is restricted by the lack of forage-quan-
tity. In this instance, the judicious use of nitrogen can be very-,
beneficial during periods of extreme winters when pastures become
overstocked because of climate (and sometimes even by unfortunate:
managerial judgement). Nitrogen applied during winter and early
spring can result in markedly increasing forage quantity (without
damaging quality) if moisture is available. For these reasons
nitrogen fertilization of grass pastures should be limited to
producing deferred forage for winter grazing, for making hay, and
for increasing forage quantity during the winter and spring.

In Table 1 are data. to illustrate the above points by showing
the production of selected grasses. Additionally, productivity of
legume-grass mixtures, and the winter annuals, ryegrass and berseem
clover are presented in an effort to permit the selection within
all forages that will be best for the grazing management system
desired. These are estimates based on several years and were ob-
tained from cutting trial data and are not meant to be absolute.
Data are presented on the pounds of forage dry matter produced
per day. Selected crude protein contents are also shown in Table 1.



I/ Professor of Agronomy, IFAS, University of Florida, Agricultural
Research Center, Ft. Pierce, Florida.








January, 1989

Fort Pierce Agricultural Research and Education Research Report FTP-89-1






VEGETABLE CROP RESEARCH PUBLICATION (1947-1988)

FRCM ~HE

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER

FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA






PETER J. STOFFELIA, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF VEGETABLE CROPS

ROBERT C. BULLOCK, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF EN'CEDLGY

NORMAN C. HAYSLIP, PROFESSOR EMERITUS

ROAWD M. SCNODA, PROFESSOR OF PLANT PATHOLDGY










UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER

P. O. BOX 248

FORT PIERCE, eLORIDA 34954








INTRODUCTION


The Indian River Field Laboratory, now known as the Agricultural Research
and Education Center was established in 1947. Since the Center's inception,
vegetable crops research has been, and continues to be a major mission.


Investigations have focused on fundamental and applied production problems
associated with commercial vegetable crops. Research has been and continues
to be in the horticultural, pathological, and entomological areas associated
with many vegetable crops.


The publications listed were authored or coauthored by many past and current
faculty members at this Center. The majority of these investigations were
conducted in cooperation with faculty located at other Agricultural Research
and Education Centers, Departments on the main campus, and other
universities.


The purpose of this AREC Research Report is to document the vegetable crops
research publications written by or coauthored by faculty or staff members
of the Agricultural Research and Education Center, Fort Pierce, Florida from
1947 through 1988. Publications are listed in chronological order from 1947
to present and alphabetical order within each year.


To obtain any publication listed, send a copy of the order form located at
the end of this report to: Librarian; University of Florida, Institute of
Food and Agricultural Science, Agricultural Research and Education Center,
P. O. Box 248, Fort Pierce, Florida 34954.








PUBLICATIONS AREC FORT PIERCE


1947

47-1 Forsee, W. T., Jr. and N. C. Hayslip. 1947. A fertility experiment
with tomatoes on Inrokalee sand in St. Lucie County. Proc. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. 60:142-146.

47-2 Hayslip, N. C. and W. T. Forsee, Jr. 1947. A preliminary study of
tomato and other vegetable crop problems in the Ft. Pierce Stuart.
area, 1946-47. Everglades Exp. Sta. Mimeo Rept.

47-3 Hayslip, N. C. and W. T. Forsee, Jr. 1947. An evaluation of tomato
production problems in the St. Lucie-Martin County area. Proc. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. 60:151-154.

1950

50-1 Kelsheimer, E. G., N. C. Hayslip, and J. W. Wilson. 1950. Control of
budworms, earworms, and other insects attacking sweet corn and
field corn in Florida. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 466.

1951

51-1 Forsee, W. T., Jr., N. C. Hayslip, W. A. Hills, and E. A. Wolf. 1951.
The lime requirements of vegetable crops on the sandy soils of the
lower east coast of Florida. Soil Crop Sci. Soc. Fla. Proc. 11:80-
89.

51-2 Hayslip, N. C. 1951. Corn-silk fly control on sweet corn. Fla. Agr.
Exp. Sta. Cir. S-41.

51-3 Wilson, J. W. and N. C. Hayslip. 1951. Insects attacking celery in
Florida. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 486.

1952

52-1 Hayslip, N.C., J. F. Darby, and R. J. Allen. 1952. A vegetable-
pasture rotation study at the Indian River Field Laboratory.
Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 65:148-153.

52-2 Wilson, J. W., W. H. Thames, and N. C. Hayslip. 1952. Corn earworm
control-sumnary and recommendations. Fla. Entan. 35:57-61.

1953

53-1 Darby, J. F. 1953. Recent developments in the control of the major
diseases of unstaked tomatoes grown on the sandy soils of south
Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 66:103-107.

53-2 Darby, J. F. 1953. Spray program for unstaked sandland tomatoes.
Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 54-2.







53-3 Forsee, W.T., Jr. and N. C. Hayslip. 1953. Fertility requirements of
field corn grown on sandy soils following a fall crop of unstaked
tomatoes. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 66:148-153.

53-4 Hayslip, N. C. and W. T. Forsee, Jr. 1953. A preliminary report on
the use of nutritional sprays containing N, P, and K in tomato
production. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 66:92-97.

53-5 Hayslip, N. C., W. G. Genung, E. G. Kelsheimer, and J. W. Wilson.
1953. Insects attacking cabbage and other crucifers in Florida.
Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 534.

53-6 Hayslip, N. C., E. G. Kelsheimer, W. H. Thames, Jr., and J. W. Wilson.
1953. Corn earworm investigation in Florida. J. Econ. Entam.
46:574-582.

53-7 Hills, W. A., N. C. Hayslip, J. F. Darby, and W. T. Forsee, Jr. 1953.
Sweet corn production on the sandy soils of the Florida lower east
coast. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Bul. 520.

1954

54-1 Coe, D. M., N. C. Hayslip, and C. T. Ozaki. 1954. Suggestions on the
use of fungicides, insecticides, and nutrient sprays for tomatoes in
the Indian River area (1954-55 season). Everglade Exp. Sta. Mimeo
Rept. 55-5.

54-2 Hayslip, N. C. and M. G. Hamilton. 1954. Potato variety and time of
planting trials in the Indian River and lower east coast areas of
Florida, 1953-54 season. Everglade Exp. Sta. Mimeo Rept. 55-1.

1955

55-1 Coe, D. M., G. Sowell, Jr., R. S. Cox, J. F. Darby, and R. A. Conover.
1955. Panel "Antibiotics". Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 68:246-
253.

55-2 Hayslip, N. C. 1955. Experiment station finds old soil will grow
tomatoes in rotation with pasture. The Fort Pierce Press. p.9.

55-3 Hayslip, N. C. 1955. Vegetable and pasture rotation; specialists
seeking a system practical for south Florida. Fla. Grower and
Rancher 40:(9)13.

55-4 Hayslip, N. C. and D. M. Coe. 1955. A vegetable and pasture rotation
for South Florida under study. Atlantic Coast Line Agr. and
Livestock Topics 7, No. 9.

55-5 Hayslip, N. C. and W. H. Thames, Jr. 1955. Protecting the ears of
sweet corn from insect damage in the Everglades area. Everglade Exp.
Sta. Mimeo Rept. 55-11.








1956


56-1 Cox, R. S. and N. C. Hayslip. 1956. Botrytis blight and bacterial
spot on tomatoes. Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 57-2.

56-2 Cox, R. S. and N. C. Hayslip. 1956. Notes on diseases of tomatoes
with suggestions on their control. Indian River Field Lab. Mimneo
Rept. 56-1.

56-3 Cox, R. S. and N. C. Hayslip. 1956. Notes on current developments of
graymold, Botrytis cinerea Fr. of tomato and its control. Proc. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. 69:235-236.

56-4 Cox, R. S. and N. C. Hayslip. 1956. Progress in the control of gray
mold of tomato in south Florida. Plant Disease Reptr. 40:718-726.

56-5 Cox, R. S. and N. C. Hayslip. 1956. Suggestions for the control of
diseases and insects of hydroponic tomatoes. Indian River Field Lab.
Mimeo Rept. 57-1.

56-6 Hayslip, N. C., A. E. Kretschmer, Jr., E. M. Hodges, and D. W. Jones.
1956. Pasture-vegetable rotation aids both. Atlantic Coast Line
Agr. Livestock Topics. 8, No. 10.

56-7 Hayslip, N. C., A. E. Kretschmer, Jr., E. M. Hodges, and D. W. Jones.
1956. Pasture-vegetable rotation aids both. Sunshine State Agr.
Res. Rept. 1:4-5.

1957

57-1 Cox, R. S. and N. C. Hayslip. 1957. Control of the major foliage
diseases of tomatoes grown on the sandy soils of south Florida.
Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 57-3.

57-2 Cox, R. S. and N. C. Hayslip. 1957. Recent developments on the
control of foliar diseases of tomato in south Florida. Plant Disease
Reptr. 41:878-883.

57-3 Kretschmer, A. E., Jr. and N. C. Hayslip. 1957. Plant field corn
after vegetables. Fla. Sunshine State Agr. Res. Rept. 2:11.

1958

58-1 Genung, W. G. and N. C. Hayslip. 1958. Observations on biology and
ecology of Tortrix invana Fernald (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) as a
pest of celery in the Florida everglades and notes on its control.
Fla. Entcm. 41:133-141.

58-2 Hayslip, N. C. 1958. Tomato breeding may solve graywall problem.
Sunshine State Agr. Res. Rept. 3:4-5.








58-3 Hayslip, N. C., J. M. Walter, and D. G. A. Kelbert. 1958. Indian
River, a new disease resistant tanato of general adaptability. Fla.
Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-111.


58-4 Hayslip, N. C., J. M. Walter, and D. G. A. Kelbert.
River a new disease resistant tomato of general
River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 58-1.


1958. Indian
utility. Indian


58-5 Moore, W. D. and R. E. Stall. 1958. Suggested measures for
controlling the root rot complex and late blight disease on peppers.
Plantation Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 59-1.

1959

59-1 Conover, R. A. and R. E. Stall. 1959. Use of combinations of Maneb
and Dyrene for control of tomato diseases. Proc. Fla. State Hort.
Soc. 72:204-207.

59-2 Hayslip, N. C. and H. W. Burdine. 1959. Result of potato fertilizer
experiments in the Indiantown and Palm City area. Indian River Field
Lab. Mimeo Rept. 59-3.


59-3 Hayslip, N. C. and R. E.
don't follow clover on
Rept. 4:6.


Stall. 1959. Plant tomatoes after grass but
sandy soil. Fla. Sunshine State Agr. Res.


59-4 Hayslip, N. C. and R. E. Stall. 1959. Severity of tomato soil-rot
caused by Rhizoctonia solani as influenced by former pasture crops.
Plant Disease Reptr. 43:818-820.


59-5 Kretschmer, A. E., Jr. and N. C. Hayslip.
plant field corn following vegetables.
52:(2)15.


1959. In south Florida,
Fla. Grower and Rancher


59-6 Simons, J. N., J. R. Orsenigo, R. E. Stall, and P. L. Thayer. 1959.
Potato virus Y in peppers and tomatoes. Everglades Exp. Sta. Mimeo
Rept. 59-31.

59-7 Stall, R. E. 1959. An evaluation of spray materials for control of
bacterial spot on field seeded tomatoes. Plant Disease Rept. 43:725-
728.

59-8 Stall, R. E. 1959. Bacterial soft rot of tomato fruit. Indian River
Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 60-1.

59-9 Stall, R. E. 1959. Results of tests and suggestion on control of
tanato diseases with spray materials. Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo
Rept. 59-2.


59-10 Stall, R. E. and J. W. Walter.
variety Manalucie during its
Hort. Soc. 72:151-153.


1959. Contamination of the tomato
first five years. Proc. Fla. State








1960


60-1 Hayslip, N. C., H. W. Burdine, and C. C. Hortenstine. 1960. Results
of potato fertilizer experiments in the Indian River area. Indian
River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 60-2 (a revision of Mimeo Rept. 59-3).

60-2 Stall, R. E. 1960. Alteration of the incidence of Botrytis cinerea on
tomato by liming the soil. Phytopath. 50:655 (Abstr.).

60-3 Thayer, P. L. and R. E. Stall. 1960. Variability of Xanthomonas
vesicatoria in the Everglades and lower East Coast of Florida.
Phytopath. 53:657 (Abstr.).

60-4 Winchester, J. A. and N. C. Hayslip. 1960. Plant pangolagrass for
root knot control. Sunshine State Agr. Res. Rept. 5:8-9.

60-5 Winchester, J. A. and N. C. Hayslip. 1960. The effect of land
management practices on the root knot nematode, Meloidogyne incognita
acrita,in south Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 73:100-104.

1961

61-1 Hayslip, N. C. 1961. Leafminer control on tomatoes in the Indian
River area. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 74:128-131.

61-2 Harrison, D. S. and R. E. Stall. 1961. Constant-temperature tanks for
studying soil borne diseases. Trans. Amer. Soc. Agr. Eng. 4:24-25.

61-3 Stall, R. E. 1961. Development in Florida of a different pathogenic
race of the Fusarium wilt of tomato organism. Proc. Fla. State Hort.
Soc. 74:175-177.

61-4 Stall, R. E. 1961. Development of Fusarium wilt on resistant
varieties of tomato caused by a strain different from race 1 isolates
of Fusarium oxysporum f. lycopersici. Plant Disease Reptr. 45:12-15.

61-5 Thayer, P. L. and R. E. Stall. 1961. Effect of variation in the
bacterial spot pathogen of pepper and tomato on control with
streptanycin. Phytopath. 51:568-574.

61-6 Walter, J. M., D. G. A. Kelbert, and N. C. Hayslip. 1961. Manapal, a
disease-resistant tomato with the desirable traits of Rutgers. Fla.
Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-131.

61-7 Winchester, J. A. and N. C. Hayslip. 1961. Pangolagrass aids nematode
control. Fla. Grower and Rancher 54: (5)9.

1962

62-1 Guzman, V. L. and N. C. Hayslip. 1962. Effect of time of seeding and
varieties on onion production and quality when grown in two soil
types. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 75:156-162.







62-2 Hayslip, N. C. and P. H. Everett. 1962. Tomato variety evaluation on
sandy soils for pink harvest. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 75:180-
183.


62-3 Hortenstine, C. C.
fertilization on
virgin Irmokalee
130.


and R. E. Stall. 1962. The effects of Ca and P
yield and quality of Manapal tomatoes grown on
fine sand. Soil and Crop Sci. Soc. Proc. 22:125-


62-4 Stall, R. E. 1962. An evaluation of bactericides and fungicides for
control of bacterial spot and botrytis gray mold of tomato. Indian
River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 62-3.

62-5 Stall, R. E. and C. C. Hortenstine. 1962. Botrytis gray mold and
yields of tomato in relation to calcium and phosphorus fertility.
Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 62-2.


62-6 Stall, R. E. and P. L. Thayer. 1962.
bacterial spot pathogen and control
Reptr. 46:389-392.


Streptamycin resistance of the
with streptamycin. Plant Disease


62-7 Thayer, P. L. and R. E. Stall. 1962. A survey of Xanthamonas
vesicatoria resistance to streptomycin. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
75:163-165.

62-8 Whitner, B. F., Jr., J. M. Walter, D. G. A. Kelhert, and N. C. Hayslip.
1962. Floralou, a disease-resistant tomato with important
refinemets. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-137.

62-9 Winchester, J. A., N. C. Hayslip, and A. E. Kretschmer, Jr. 1962.
Plant nematode distribution as affected by crop history of sandy
soils in south Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 75:139-143.

1963


63-1 Cook, A. A. and R. E. Stall.
pepper to bacterial spot.


63-2 Cook, A. A.
pepper to


1963. Inheritance of resistance in
Phytopath. 53:10160-1062.


and R. E. Stall. 1963. Inheritance of resistance in
bacterial spot. Phytopath. 53:622 (Abstr.).


63-3 Kretschmer, A. E., Jr., N. C. Hayslip, and W. T. Forsee, Jr. 1963.
Spring field corn and sorghum production after fall vegetables. Fla.
Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-145.

63-4 Orsenigo, J. R., N. C. Hayslip, and A. E. Kretschmer, Jr. 1963.
Herbicide evaluations at the Indian River Field Laboratory, 1962-63
season. Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 64-1.

63-5 Segall, R. H., N. C. Hayslip, and J. M. Walter. 1963. Effect of post
harvest temperatures on several tomato varieties harvested at the
mature-green stage. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 76:172-177.








63-6 Stall, R. E. 1963. An evaluation of sprayed chemicals for control of
bacterial spot, gray leaf spot, and late blight of tomato. Indian
River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 63-1.


63-7 Stall, R. E.
of tomato.


1963. Effects of lime on incidence of Botrytis gray mold
Phytopath. 53:149-151.


1964


64-1 Everett, P. H., D. G. A. Kelbert, N. C. Hayslip, and J. M. Walter.
1964. Immokalee, a disease-resistant tomato with a concentrated yield
potential. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-161.

64-2 Hayslip, N. C., E. M. Hodges, D. W. Jones, and A. E. Kretschmer, Jr.
1964. Tamato and pangolagrass rotation for sandy soils of south
Florida. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-153.


64-3 Hayslip, N. C. and J. R. Iley. 1964.
soils. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.


Tomato fertility trials on sandy
77:168-172.


64-4 Hayslip, N. C., J. M. Walter, D. G. A. Kelbert, and P. H. Everett.
1964. Floradel, a productive, large, smooth tomato adapted for pink
harvest. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-162.


64-5 Stall, R. E. 1964.
tomato and pepper
Rept. 64-4.


Evaluation of chemicals for control of diseases of
during 1963-64. Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo


64-6 Stall, R. E. 1964. Factors affecting spray material recommendations
for control of tomato foliage diseases in the Indian River area.
Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 65-1.

64-7 Stall, R. E. 1964. Fungicidal control of Botrytis cinerea Pers. ex
Fr. on tomato. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 77:242-244.

64-8 Stall, R. E., C. C. Hortenstine, and J. R. Iley. 1964. Factors in
reduction of Botrytis cinerea Per. ex Fr. incidence of tomato. Proc.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. 77:237-242.

1965


65-1 Hayslip,
1965.
Farmer


N. C., A. E. Kretschmer, Jr., E. M. Hodges, and D. W. Jones.
Tomato pangolagrass rotation works well. The Progressive
80:(3)41.


65-2 Stall, R. E., C. C. Hortenstine, and J. R. Iley. 1965. Incidence of
Botrytis gray mold of tomato in relation to a calcium-phosphorus
balance. Phytopath. 55:447-449.

65-3 Stall, R. E. and J. M. Walter. 1965. Selection and inheritance of
resistance in tomato to isolates of races 1 and 2 of the Fusarium
wilt organism. Phytopath. 72:1024-1027.







1966


66-1 Deen, W. W., Jr., J. W. Strobel, J. F. Beeman, C. B. Hall, and N. C.
Hayslip. 1966. Preliminary studies on mechanical harvesting of
tomatoes for fresh market. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 79:120-125.

66-2 Hayslip, N. C. 1966. Summary of tomato variety trials. Indian River
Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 67-1.


66-3 Hayslip, N. C. and J. R. Iley. 1966.
fertilizer bands to reduce leaching.
79:132-139.


Use of plastic strips over
Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.


66-4 Segall, R. H. and N. C. Hayslip. 1966. Susceptibility of Manapal and
Grothen's Globe tomatoes to Alternaria rot. Proc. Fla. State Hort.
Soc. 79:227-233.

66-5 Vakili, N. G. 1966. Bacterial leaf spot of tanatoes, its dissemination
and control problems. Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 66-4.

1967


67-1 Hayslip, N. C. and J. R.
fertilizer on severity
Soc. 80:182-186.


Iley. 1967. Influence of potassium
of tomato graywall. Proc. Fla. State Hort.


67-2 Strobel, J. W., J. M. Walter, and N. C. Hayslip. 1967.
Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-182.


Tropi-red.


67-3 Strobel, J. W., J. M. Walter, N. C. Hayslip, and P. H. Everett. 1967.
Tropi-red and Tropi-gro new disease resistant tomatoes for the
fresh market. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 80:112-114.

67-4 Vakili, N. G. 1967. Importance of wounds in bacterial spot
(Xanthcmonas vescatoria) of tomatoes in the field. Phytopath.
57:1099-1103.


1968


S68-1 Deen, W. W., Jr. and N. C. Hayslip.
components for reduction of damage
River Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 68-2.


1968. Development of harvester
to fresh market tomatoes. Indian


1969


69-1 Hayslip, N. C. and W. W. Deen, Jr. 1969.
experimental tomato harvester -- source
Field Lab. Mimeo Rept. 70-1.


Damage caused by IFAS
and extent. Indian River


69-2 Hayslip, N. C. and H. Y. Ozaki. 1969. Summary data of some tomato
variety and breeding line trials. Indian River Field Lab. Mimeo
Rept. 69-1.








69-3 Strobel, J. W., N. C. Hayslip, D. S. Burgis, and P. H. Everett. 1969.
Walter, a detenninate tomato resistant to races 1 and 2 of the
fusarium wilt pathogen. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-202.

1970

70-1 Deen, W. W., Jr., N. C. Hayslip, H. H. Bryan, and P. H. Everett. 1970.
Recent advances in mechanization of fresh market tomato harvesting in
Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 83:131-135.

70-2 Hayslip, N. C. 1970. Future vegetable growers may "plug-in" optimum
seed environment. Sunshine State Agr. Res. Rept. 15:13-14.

1971

71-1 Crill, P., J. W. Strobel, D. S. Burgis, H. H. Bryan, C. A. John, P. H.
Everett, J. A. Bartz, N. C. Hayslip, W. W. Deen. 1971. Florida MH-
1, Florida's first machine harvest fresh market tomato. Fla. Agr.
Exp. Sta. Cir. S-212.

71-2 Crill, P., J. W. Strobel, D. S. Burgis, H. H. Bryan, C. A. John, P. H.
Everett, N. C. Hayslip, J. A. Bartz, and W. W. Deen. 1971. Florida
MH-1, a machine harvest tomato for fresh market. Gulf Coast Sta.
Mimeo Rept. 71-7.

71-3 Hayslip, N. C. 1971. Plug-mix a new seeding method for growers of
tomatoes and other small-seeded vegetable crops. Indian River Field
Lab. Mimeo Rept. 71-2.

1972

72-1 Bryan, H. H., W. W. Deen, Jr., and N. C. Hayslip. 1972. Conditioning
tomatoes for fresh market machine harvest. Proc. Fla. State Hort.
Soc. 85:156-160.

72-2 Everett, P. H., H. H. Bryan, and N. C. Hayslip. 1972. Growing fresh
market tomatoes for machine harvest. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
85:152-156.

72-3 Hayslip, N. C. 1972. A "plug-mix" seeding method for field planting
tomatoes and other small-seeded hill crops. Indian River Field Lab.
Mimeo Rept. 72-2 (a revision of 71-2).

72-4 Sonoda, R. M. 1972. Control of tomato transplant damp-off. Plant
Disease Reptr. 56:840-842.

1973

73-1 Bryan, H. H. and N. C. Hayslip. 1973. Plug-mix seeding of tomatoes on
Rockdale soils. Homestead Research Rept. 73-7.








73-2 Bryan, H. H., N. C. Hayslip, P. H. Everett, and W. W. Deen, Jr. 1973.
Effect of "plug-mix" seeding and mulch methods on yield and quality
of tomatoes grown on calcareous soils. Proc. Trop. Region Amer. Soc.
Hort. Sci. 17:333-345.

73-3 Hayslip, N. C. 1973. Plug-mix seeding developments in Florida. Proc.
Fla. State Hort. Soc. 86:179-185.

73-4 Sonoda, R. M. 1973. Development and control of a seedling disease of
tomato in virgin sandy soils of south Florida. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res.
Center Rept. RL-1973-2.

73-5 Sonoda, R. M. 1973. Goosegrass and other weed hosts of Sclerotium
rolfsii at the Agricultural Research Center, Fort Pierce. Ft. Pierce
Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1973-1.

73-6 Sonoda, R. M. 1973. Occurrence of a Pythium disease in virgin sandy
soils of south Florida associated with a new method of field seeding
tomatoes. Plant Disease Reptr. 57:260-198.

73-7 Sonoda, R. M. 1973. Pythium fruit rot of tomatoes. Plant Disease
Reptr. 57:638-639.

1974

74-1 Hayslip, N. C. 1974. A "plug-mix" seeding method for field planting
tomatoes and other small-seeded hill crops. Indian River Field Lab.
Mimeo Rept. 74-3 (a revision of 72-2).

74-2 Hayslip, N. C. and W. W. Deen, Jr. 1974. The IFAS semi-mechanical
fresh market tomato harvester. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 87:139-
143.

74-3 Snyder, G. H., H. Y. Ozaki, and N. C. Hayslip. 1974. Water repellent
soil mulch for reducing fertilizer nutrient leaching: II. Variables
governing the effectiveness of siliconate spray. Soil Sci. Soc.
Amer. Proc. 38:678-681.

74-4 Sonoda, R. M., N. C. Hayslip, and H. Y. Ozaki. 1974. Inefficacy of
polybutene sprays in protecting peppers against aphid-transmitted
viruses. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1974-5.

1975

75-1 Hicks, J. R. and N. C. Hayslip. 1975. Fresh market tomatoes harvested
red-ripe. HortSci. 10:1-2.

75-2 Hicks, J. R., N. C. Hayslip, and R. K. Showalter. 1975. Consumer
preferences in buying pink and red-ripe tomatoes. HortSci. 10:11.

75-3 Ozaki, H. Y. and A. A. Cook. An evaluation of pepper breeding lines
no. 136 and 211. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1975-4.








75-4 Sonoda, R. M. 1975. Control of damp-off in tomatoes planted by plug-
mix method in previously cropped soil. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center
Rept. RL-1975-1.

75-5 Sonoda, R. M. 1975. Control of Pythium myriotylum and P. arrhenomanes
on tomato seedlings with fungicides added to plug-mix. Ft. Pierce
Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1975-6.

75-6 Sonoda, R. M. 1975. Effect of time of planting on incidence of
bacterial wilt on tolerant and susceptible lines of tomato. Ft.
Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1975-2.

75-7 Sonoda, R. M. 1975. Sepal and fruit infection of Walter tanato by
Stemphylium floridanum. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1975-
5.

1976

76-1 Sonoda, R. M.. 1976. Screening fungicides for seed and seedling
disease control in plug-mix plantings. IN: Methods for Evaluating
Plant Fungicides, Nematicides, and Bactericides. Amer. Phytopath.
Soc. pp. 92-95.

76-2 Sonoda, R. M. 1976. Incorporating fungicides in planting mix to
control soilborne seedling diseases of plug-mix seeded tomatoes.
Plant Disease Reptr. 60:27-30.

76-3 Sonoda, R. M. 1976. The occurrence of a fusarium root rot of tomatoes
in south Florida. Plant Disease Reptr. 60:271-274.

76-4 Sonoda, R. M. and R. T. McMillan, Jr. 1976. Comparison of several
wide spectrum biocides in the field on Fusarium crown rot of tomato.
Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1976-1.

76-5 Volin, R. B. and H. H. Bryan (Contributing authors: Burgis, Everett,
and Hayslip). 1976. Flora-Dade, a fresh market tomato with
resistance to Verticillium wilt. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-246.

1977

77-1 Burgis, D. S., J. P. Crill, N. C. Hayslip, P. H. Everett, and J. J.
Augustine. 1977. Walter PF. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-249.

77-2 Sonoda, R. M. 1977. Action of alfalfa residue incorporated in soil on
Sclerotium rolfsii. Ann. Proc. Amer. Phytopath. Soc. (Abstr.).

77-3 Sonoda, R. M. 1977. Behavior of tomato lines, selected for resistance
to southern bacterial wilt in a field infested with the pathogen.
Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1977-3.

77-4 Sonoda, R. M. 1977. Effect of benanyl drenches on fusarium crown rot
of tomatoes. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1977-2.








77-5 Sonoda, R. M. 1977. Mechanism of action of alfalfa residues
incorporated in soil on Sclerotium rolfsii. Fla. Sci. 40:(Suppl.
1)1.

77-6 Sonoda, R. M. and J. J. Augustine. 1977. Reaction of tomato lines
selected for resistance to southern bacterial wilt in a field
naturally infested with the pathogen, results 1977. Ft. Pierce Agr.
Res. Center Rept. RL-1977-6.

77-7 Sonoda, R. M. and N. C. Hayslip. 1977. Comparison of two nozzle
arrangements in controlling diseases of Morgan melon. Fung. and
Neat. Tests. Results of 1976. 32:87.

77-8 Sonoda, R. M. and N. C. Hayslip. 1977. Effect of several fungicides
on onion and onion blast. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-
1977-7.

77-9 Sonoda, R. M. and N. C. Hayslip. 1977. Flat fan vs. hollow cone spray
patterns against fungus diseases of three vegetable crops. Ft.
Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1977-5.

1978

78-1 Hayslip, N. C., J. W. Mishoe, and R. M. Sonoda. 1978. Methods of
fumigation and fertilization between successive crops in established
plastic mulch covered beds. Fla. State Hort. Soc. Proc. 91:313-316.

78-2 Mishoe, J. W., N. C. Hayslip, and S. F. Shih. 1978. A machine for
fumigation and fertilization of beds beneath plastic mulch. Trans.
Amer. Soc. Agr. Eng. 21:830-832.

78-3 Rowe, R. C. and R. M. Sonoda. 1978. Comparative pathogenicity of
Fusarium isolates causing crown and root rot of greenhouse and
winter-grown field tomatoes. Phytopath. News. 12:222 (Abstr.).

78-4 Sonoda, R. M. 1978. A technique for enumerating viable propagules of
Sclerotium rolfsii in soil. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-
1978-2.

78-5 Sonoda, R. M. 1978. Effect of differences in tolerance of tomato to
Pseudamonas solaracearum and time of planting on incidence of
bacterial wilt. Plant Disease Reptr. 62:1059-1062.

78-6 Sonoda, R. M. 1978. Effect of fungicide, lime, and fertilizer regimes
on fusarium crown rot of tomato. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept.
RL-1978-1.

78-7 Sonoda, R. M. 1978. Effect of saponin-like compounds on Sclerotium
rolfsii Sacc. Soil Crop Sci. Soc. Fla. Proc. 37:47-50.

78-8 Sonoda, R. M. 1978. Estimating yield losses to fusarium crown rot of
tomato. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1978-8.








78-9 Sonoda, R. M. 1978. Reduction of fusarium crown rot of tomato by
drenching with captafol. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-
1978-5.

78-10 Sonoda, R. M. and J. J. Augustine. 1978. Reaction of bacterial wilt-
resistant tomato lines to Pseudamonas solanacearum in Florida. Plant
Disease Reptr. 62:464-466.

78-11 Sonoda, R. M., J. J. Augustine, and R. B. Volin. 1978. Incidence of
bacterial wilt in Florida on tomato lines obtained from the Asian
Vegetable Research and Development Center. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res.
Center Rept. RL-1978-3.

78-12 Sonoda, R. M., J. J. Augustine, and R. B. Volin. 1978. Longevity of
bacterial wilt resistant tomato lines in a field naturally infested
with Pseudamonas solanacearum E. F. Smith, results of 1978. Ft.
Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1978-4.

78-13 Sonoda, R. M. and N. C. Hayslip. 1978. Comparison of flat fan and
hollow cone spray patterns on 'Morgan' melon diseases. Ft. Pierce
Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1978-7.

78-14 Sonoda, R. M. and N. C. Hayslip. 1978. Control of onion blast,
results of 1978. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1978-6.

78-15 Sonoda, R. M., J. Marois, and J. J. Augustine. 1978. Fusarium crown
rot of tomato in Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 91:284-286.

1979

79-1 Hayslip, N. C. 1979. Effect of potassium rates on severity of white
tissue in fruits of graywall resistant and susceptible tomato
varieties. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1979-6.

79-2 Hayslip, N. C. 1979. Fruit size increases as tomatoes approach
maturity. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1979-1.


79-3 Hayslip, N. C. 1979.
to reduce leaching.


79-4 Hayslip, N.
gardens.


How to apply strip mulch over banded fertilizer
Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1979-4.


C. 1979. Plug-mix seeding guide for small farms and home
Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1979-7.


79-5 Hayslip, N. C. and W. W. Deen, Jr. 1979. The modified IFAS semi-
mechanical fresh market tomato harvester. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res.
Center Rept. RL-1979-2.

79-6 Sonoda, R. M. 1979. Effect of fumigation and partial resistance on
survival of tomato lines in Pseudamonas solanacearum infested soil in
late spring. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1979-8.








79-7 Sonoda, R. M. 1979. Observations on fusarium crown rot of tomato in
the winter of 1978-79. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1979-10.

79-8 Sonoda, R. M., J. J. Augustine, and R. B. Volin. 1979. Bacterial wilt
of tomato in Florida: history, status, and sources of resistance.
Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 92:100-102.

79-9 Sonoda, R. M., J. J. Augustine, and R. B. Volin. 1979. Survival and
yield in late fall of tomato lines with partial resistance to
bacterial wilt. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1979-5.

79-10 Sonoda, R. M. and N. C. Hayslip. 1979. Camparing flat fan and hollow
cone spray patterns in controlling diseases of Morgan melon planted
at one month intervals. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1979-9.

79-11 Sonoda, R. M. and N. C. Hayslip. 1979. Control of onion blast with
foliar sprays. Fung. and Nemat. Tests, Results of 1978. Amer.
Phytopath. Soc. 1980:

1980

80-1 Sonoda, R. M. 1980. Rhizopus soft rot of seedless greenhouse
cucumbers. Plant Disease 64:296-297.

1981

81-1 Kahn, B. A., P. J. Stoffella, R. F. Sandsted, and W. L. Hymes. 1981.
Effects of between-row spacing, cultivation, and genotype on growth
and yield of black beans. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 106:719-723.

81-2 Marois, J. J., D. J. Mitchell, and R. M. Sonoda. 1981. Biological
control of Fusarium crown rot of tomato under field conditions.
Phytopath. 71:1257-1260.

81-3 Sonoda, R. M., N. C. Hayslip, and P. J. Stoffella. 1981. Tomato fruit
rot infection cycle in a fresh market packing operation. Proc. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. 94:281-282.

81-4 Sonoda, R. M., P. J. Stoffella, and N. C. Hayslip. 1981. Botrytis
leaf blight of bulb onions in southeast Florida. Proc. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. 94:152-154.

81-5 Sonoda, R. M., R. B. Volin, J. *M. Marois, and D. J. Mitchell. 1981.
The current status and future prospects of managing tomato diseases
in Florida by natural means. Fla. Sci. 44(Suppl. 1): 32-33 (Abstr.).

81-6 Stoffella, P. J. and J. B. Brolmann. 1981. Black bean variety trial,
fall 1980. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1981-3.

81-7 Stoffella, P. J., H. H. Bryan, R. R. McMillan, Jr., and F. G. Martin.
1981. Black bean production potential in south Florida. Proc. Fla.
State Hort. Soc. 94:169-172.








81-8 Stoffella, P. J., B. A. Kahn, and R. F. Sandsted. 1981. Effects of
between-row spacing, cultivation, and genotypes on growth and yield
of black beans. HortScience 16:423 (Abstr). (Also in Rept. Bean
Improv. Coop. 24:58).

81-9 Stoffella, P. J., R. F. Sandsted, R. W. Zobel, and W. L. Hymes. 1981.
Root morphological characteristics of kidney beans as influenced by
within-row spacing. HortSci. 16:543-545.

81-10 Stoffella, P. J., M. Sherman, and F. G. Martin. 1981. Influence of
harvest date and cultivar on semi-nechanically harvested fresh market
tomato yields. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 94:176-177.

81-11 Stoffella, P. J. and R. M. Sonoda. 1981. Fall 1980, unstaked tomato
variety trial. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. RL-1981-4.

1982

82-1 Sonoda, R. M. 1982. Diseases of seedless greenhouse cucumbers in
south Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 95:313-314.

82-2 Stoffella, P. J. and R. M. Sonoda. 1982. Reduction of onion yields by
chlorothalonil. HortSci. 7:628-629.

82-3 Stoffella, P. J. and R. B. Volin. 1982. A rapid tomato root
excavation technique. HortSci. 17:761-762.

1983

83-1 Chellemi, D. O. and R. M. Sonoda. 1983. Outbreak of Phytophthora
capsici on vegetable crops in southeast Florida. Proc. Fla. State
Hort. Soc. 96:69-71.

83-2 Chellemi, D. O. and R. M. Sonoda. 1983. Phytophthora blight of pepper
incited by Phytophthora capsici. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept.
FTP-1983-2.

83-3 Gull, D. D., P. J. Stoffella, and S. M. Olson. 1983. Sunscald injury
of fresh-market tomatoes as affected by temperature, time, and
maturity. HortSci. 18:596 (Abstr.).

83-4 Kahn, B. A. and P. J. Stoffella. 1983. Influence of flooding on early
root development of black beans. HortSci. 18:596 (Abstr.).

83-5 Lazin, M. B. (ed.) 1983. Vegetable variety trial results in Florida
for 1981. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-304. (Stoffella, P. J. -
contributing author).

83-6 Maynard, D. N. (ed.) 1983. Vegetable variety trial results in Florida
for 1982. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-306. (Stoffella, P. J. -
contributing author).







83-7 Pohronezny, K. L. and R. M. Sonoda. 1983. Disease control for Florida
tomatoes. Plant Prot. Pointers, Ext. Plant Path. Rept. No. 35.

83-8 Sonoda, R. M. 1983. On the lookout for greenhouse cucumber diseases.
Amer. Vegetable Grower 31:32,34,36.

83-9 Sonoda, R. M. and K. L. Pohronezny. 1983. Status and potential of
pesticide resistance among fungal and bacterial pathogens of
vegetable crops in Florida. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 96:66-69.

83-10 Sonoda, R. M., R. B. Volin, K. L. Pohronezny, J. J. Marois, and D. J.
Mitchell. 1983. Current status of managing tomato diseases in south
Florida by bio-environmental means. Fla. Sci. 46:111-116.

83-11 Stoffella, P. J. 1983. Root morphological characteristics of field-
grown tomatoes. HortSci. 18:70-72.

83-12 Stoffella, P. J., H. H. Bryan, P. H. Everett, T. K. Howe, J. W. Scott,
S. J. Locascio, and S. M. Olson. 1983. Statewide tomato cultivar
trials for 1982. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 96:84-86.

83-13 Stoffella, P. J., H. H. Bryan, T. K. Howe, J. A. Scott, S. J. Locascio,
and S. M. Olson. 1983. Yield stability differences between fresh
market tomato genotypes. HortSci. 18:599 (Abstr.).

83-14 Stoffella, P. J. and M. Sherman. 1983. Semi-mechanically harvested
fresh-market tomato yields as influenced by harvest date and
cultivar. HortSci. 18:567 (Abstr.).

1984

84-1 Anonymous. 1984. Journal of the people to people agronomy delegation
to the People's Republic of China. People to People International.
(Stoffella, P. J. contributing author).

84-2 Bullock, R. C., P. J. Stoffella, and R. M. Sonoda. 1984. Influence of
pesticide spray schedule on growth and yields of cowpeas. Fla. Sci.
47 (Suppl 1):5 (Abstr.).

84-3 Calvert, D. V. (ed.) 1984. List of publications on vegetable crops
from AREC-Ft. Pierce for 1983-84. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept.
FTP-84-3.

84-4 Cantliffe, D. J., G. Odell, H. H. Bryan, P. J. Stoffella, and L. N.
Shaw. 1984. Comparison of methods of transplant and direct plug-
mixed and fluid drilled tomatoes and crop establishment in plastic
mulch. Vegetable Crop Ext. Rept. VEC 84-4, pp. 15-20.

84-5 Gull, D. D., P. J. Stoffella, S. M. Olson, S. J. Locascio, J. W. Scott,
T. K. Howe, P. H. Everett, and H. H. Bryan. 1984. Quality of
Florida fresh market tomato genotypes as affected by location of
production. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 97:140-142.








84-6 Kahn, B. A. and P. J. Stoffella. 1984. Yield components of cowpeas
grown in two environments. HortSci. 19:544 (Abstr.).

84-7 Maynard, D. N. (ed.) 1984. Vegetable variety trial results in Florida
for 1983. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-314. (Stoffella, P. J. -
contributing author).

84-8 Sonoda, R. M. 1984. The impact of cultural practices on soil-borne
fungal and bacterial diseases of vegetables grown on small farms on
southeast Florida sandy soils. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept.
FTP-1984-5.

84-9 Sonoda, R. M. 1984. Resistance to streptomycin and copper among
Xanthamonas campestris pv. vesicatoria on tomato and pepper in
southeast Florida. IN: Symposium of bacterial diseases of vegetable
crops. Vegetable Crops Res. Rept. VEC 84-1, p. 35.

84-10 Stoffella, P. J. and H. H. Bryan. 1984. Growth and emergence of
pregerminated peppers as influenced by biostimulants and planting
methods. HortSci. 19:536 (Abstr.).


84-11 Stoffella, P. H., H. H. Bryan, T.
and S. M. Olson. 1984. Stabil
tomato genotypes. I. fruit yie
109:615-618.

84-12 Stoffella, P. J. and D. D. Gull.
differences among fresh market
(Abstr.).


K. Howe, J. W. Scott, S. J. Locascio,
.ity differences among fresh market
ilds. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci.


1984. Fruit quality stability
tomato genotypes. HortSci. 19:579


84-13 Stoffella, P. J. and M. Sherman. 1984. Semi-mechanically harvested
fresh market tomato yields as influenced by harvest date and
cultivar. HortSci. 19:679-681.

84-14 Stoffella, P. J. and R. M. Sonoda. 1984. Influence of number and
arrangement of missing plants on tomato yields. Trop. Agr. 61:317-
319.

84-15 Stoffella, P. J. and B. J. Williams. 1984. Root morphological
characteristics of cowpeas. Fla. Sci. 47 (Suppl.l):5-6 (Abstr.).


84-16 Stoffella, P. J. and B. J. Williams
Day. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center


(eds.). 1984.
Rept. FTP-1984-;


Vegetable Field


84-17 Stoffella,
Stough.
of bell


P. J.,
1984.
peppers.


B. J. Williams, H. H. Bryan, M. Sherry, and I.
Influence of plant population on fruit yield and size
Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 97:140-142.







1985


85-1 Bowers, J. H., D. J. Mitchell, and R. M. Sonoda. 1985. Disease
progress of Phytophthora blight of pepper. Phytopath. 75:1318
(Abstr.).


85-2 Bullock, R. C., P. J. Stoffella, and R. J. Payne.
leafminer populations on seed yield of cowpea.
1):1 (Abstr.).

85-3 Calvert, D. V. (ed.) 1985. List of publications
research from AREC Ft. Pierce. Ft. Pierce Agr.
FTP-85-6.


1985. Influence of
Fla. Sci. 48 (Suppl.


on vegetable crops
Res. Center Rept.


85-4 Kahn, B. A. and P. J. Stoffella. 1985. Root systems of vegetable
crops: a brief introduction. HortSci. 20:603 (Abstr.).

85-5 Kahn, B. A. and P. J. Stoffella. 1985. Yield components of cowpeas
grown in two environments. Crop Sci. 25:179-182.

85-6 Kahn, B. A., P. J. Stoffella, R. F. Sandsted, and R. W. Zobel. 1985.
Influence of flooding on root morphological components of young black
beans. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 110:623-624.

85-7 Kahn, B. A., P. J. Stoffella, and B. J. Williams. 1985. Root
characteristics of cowpeas. HortSci. 20:535 (Abstr.).

85-8 Maynard, D. N. (ed.) 1985. Vegetable variety trial results in Florida
for 1984. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-325. (Stoffella, P. J. -
contributing author).

85-9 Rohde, R. G. and R. M. Sonoda. 1985. A leaf-spotting and yield
reducing condition affecting seedless cucumbers in Florida
greenhouses. Fla. Sci. 48(Suppl. 1):1 (Abstr.).


85-10 Sonoda, R. M., S. P. Macauley, and R. G. Rohde. 1985.
like bacteria from leaf-washings of Bidens pilosum.
Conference on the Genus Xanthcmonas. p. 22 (Abstr.).


XanthoFmnas-
Fallen Leaf


85-11 Sonoda, R. M., and R. G. Rohde. 1985. First report of Erwinia
carotovora var. carotovora stem canker and wilt of Zucchini squash.
Plant Disease 69:613.

85-12 Scott, J. W., J. A. Bartz, H. H. Bryan, P. H. Everett, D. D. Gull, T.
K. Howe, P. J. Stoffella, and R. B. Volin. 1985. Horizon a fresh
market tomato with concentrated set. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-323.

85-13 Stoffella, P. J. 1985. Statewide tomato variety update, Vegetable
Crop Ext. Rept. VEC. 85-2, 34-37.

85-14 Stoffella, P. J. and B. A. Kahn. 1985. Root system effects on lodging
of vegetable crops. HortSci. 20:579 (Abstr.).








85-15 Stoffella, P. J. and R. R. Pelosi. 1985.
citrus intercropping in south Florida.
(Abstr.).


Potential for cowpea -
Fla. Sci. 48 (Suppl. 1):4


85-16 Stoffella, P. J., B. J. Williams, H. H. Bryan, G. M. Campbell, and K.
D. Shuler. 1985. Within-row spacing and cultivar effects on
celery for processing and fresh market. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
98:292-294.

85-17 Stoffella, P. J., B. J. Williams, H. H. Bryan, M. Sherry, and I.
Stough. 1985. Influence of plant population on growth and yield of
bell peppers. HortSci. 20:550 (Abstr.).


85-18 Williams, B. J. and P. J. Stoffella. 1985. Nodal
yield components among cowpea (Vina unguiculata
Fla. Sci. 48 (Suppl. 1):4 (Abstr.).


distribution of seed
L. Walp.) cultivars.


1986


86-1 Brolmann, J. B. and P. J. Stoffella.
stability among cowpea cultivars.
45:118-120.


1986. Differences in yield
Soil and Crop Sci. Soc. Fla. Proc.


86-2 Bullock, R. C. and P. J. Stoffella. 1986. Influence of leafminer
populations on seed yield of cowpea. Fla. Sci. 49 (Suppl. 1):1
(Abstr.).

86-3 Chellemi, D. O., K. G. Rohrbach, R. S. Yost, and R. M. Sonoda. 1986.
Application of geostatistics to spatial studies in plant pathology.
Phytopath. 76:1097 (Abstr.).

86-4 Fousek, D. J. and P. J. Stoffella. 1986. Early root development of
cowpeas (Virna unguiculata (L.) Walp.) Fla. Sci. 49 (Suppl. 1):2
(Abstr.).

86-5 Kahn, B. A. and P. J. Stoffella. 1986. Root systems of vegetable
crops. a brief introduction. HortSci. 21:951.


86-6 Kahn, B. A., P. J. Stoffella, and B. J. Williams.
distribution among root morphological components
HortSci. 21:671 (Abstr.).


1986. Nodule
of cowpeas.


86-7 Odell, G. B., D. J. Cantliffe, H. H. Bryan, and P. J. Stoffella. 1986.
Comparison of transplant and direct-seeding methods for fresh market
tomatoes. Vegetable Crop. Ext. Rept. VEC 86-1, 24-31.

86-8 Odell, G. B., D. J. Cantliffe, H. H. Bryan, P. J. Stoffella, and L. N.
Shaw. 1986. Comparison of methods for transplant and direct plug-
mixed and fluid drilled seeded tomatoes. IFAS Report on Tomato
Research. pp. 5-13.







86-9 Olson, S. M. and P. J. Stoffella.
collard cultivars for yield and
(Abstr.).


1986. Stability differences among
plant weight. HortSci. 21:940


86-10 Pohronezny, K., D. J. Schuster, V. H. Waddill, and R. M. Sonoda.
Integrated pest management for Florida tomatoes. Plant Disease
70:96-102.


1986.


86-11 Sonoda, R. M. and S. C. Phatak. 1986. Screening fungicides for seed
and seedling disease control in plug-mix and fluid-drilling planting.
IN: K. D. Hickey (Ed.). Methods for Evaluating Pesticides for
Control of Plant Pathogens. Amer. Phytopath. Soc.


86-12 Stoffella, P. J., H. H. Bryan, and
Burst on yield of bell peppers.


K. D. Shuler. 1986. Effects of
Vegetable Crop Ext. Rept. VEC 86-2.


86-13 Stoffella, P. J. and B. A. Kahn. 1986. Distribution pattern of yield
component in cowpeas. HortSci. 21:723 (Abstr.).

86-14 Stoffella, P. J. and B. A. Kahn. 1986. Root system effects on lodging
of vegetable crops. HortSci. 21:960-963.


86-15 Stoffella, P. J., R. R. Pelosi, and B. J. Williams.
of citrus-cowpea intercropping in south Florida.
Soc. Trop. Hort. 30:165-170.


1986. Potential
Proc. Interamer.


1987


87-1 Fousek, D. J. and P. J. Stoffella. 1987. Influence of within-row
spacing on seed yield components of cowpeas. Fla. Sci. 50 (Suppl.
1):2 (Abstr.).

87-2 Fousek, D. J. and P. J. Stoffella. 1987. Yield distribution pattern
as influenced by within-row spacing in cowpeas. HortSci. 22:1048
(Abstr.).

87-3 Hayslip, N. C., D. D. Gull, V. L. Guzman, J. R. Shumaker, and R. M.
Sonoda. 1987. Bulb onion production in Florida. Fla. Agr. Exp.
Sta. Bull. 238.


87-4 Kahn, B. A. and P. J. Stoffella.
characteristics of field-grown
112:402-406.


1987. Root morphological
cowpeas. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci.


87-5 Maynard, D. N. (ed.) 1987. Vegetable variety trial results in Florida
for 1985. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-338. (Stoffella, P. J. -
contributing author).


87-6 Maynard, D. N. (ed.) 1987.
for 1986. Fla. Agr. Exp.
contributing author).


Vegetable variety trial results in Florida
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87-7 Olson, S. M. and P. J. Stoffella. 1987. Yield stability differences
among collard cultivars. HortSci. 22:1112 (Abstr.).

87-8 Sonoda, R. M. and A. B. Gould. Fosetyl-AL has no effect on bacterial
wilt of tomato. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res. Center Rept. FTP-1987-1.

1988

88-1 Brolmann, J. B. and P. J. Stoffella. 1988. Evaluation of a wheat-
sorghum-legume crop rotation in south Florida. Ft. Pierce Agr. Res.
Center Rept. FTP-1988-3.

88-2 Leskovar, D. I., D. J. Cantliffe, and P. J. Stoffella. 1988. Pepper
root growth and morphology in response to nitrogen. HortSci. 23:765
(Abstr.).

88-3 Maynard, D. N. (ed.). 1988. Vegetable variety trial results in
Florida for 1987. Fla. Agr. Exp. Sta. Cir. S-358. (Stoffella, P. J.
contributing author).

88-4 Maynard, D. N. and P. J. Stoffella. 1988. Is resetting transplants
worthwhile? Amer. Vegetable Grower. 36(4):66-69.

88-5 Schultheis, J. R., D. J. Cantliffe, H. H. Bryan, and P. J. Stoffella.
1988. Improvement of plant establishment in bell pepper with a gel
mix planting medium. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 113:546-552.

88-6 Schultheis, J. R., D. J. Cantliffe, H. H. Bryan, and P. J. Stoffella.
1988. Planting methods to improve stand establishment uniformity and
earliness in bell peppers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 113:546-552.

88-7 Stoffella, P. J. and H. H. Bryan. 1988. Influence of plant population
on growth and yields of bell peppers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci.
113:835-839.

88-8 Stoffella, P. J., H. H. Bryan, and K. D. Shuler. 1988. Within-row
spacing effects on yields of celery for processing and fresh market.
HortSci. 23:988-991.

88-9 Stoffella, P. J., M. Lipucci DiPaola, A. Pardossi, and F. Tognoni.
1988. Early root morphology and development of bell peppers.
HortSci. 23:831 (Abstr.).

88-10 Stoffella, P. J., M. Lipucci DiPaola, A. Pardossi, and F. Tognoni.
1988. Root morphology and development of bell peppers. HortSci.
23:1074-1077.

88-11 Stoffella, P. J., S. J. Locascio, P. H. Everett, T. K. Howe, J. W.
Scott, and S. M. Olson. 1988. Yields of two tomato cultivars
differing in shoot growth at several plant populations and locations.
Hort Sci. 23:991-993.







88-12 Stoffella, P. J. and D. N. Maynard. 1988. Influence of missing hills
and replanting on tomato fruit size and yields. J. Amer. Soc. Hort.
Sci. 113:689-693.

88-13 Stoffella, P. J. and D. N. Maynard. 1988. Stand deficiencies and
replanting effects on tomato fruit yields. HortSci. 23:814 (Abstr.).

88-14 Stoffella, P. J., A. Pardossi, and F. Tognoni. 1988. Temperature and
seed treatment effects on taproot growth of young bell peppers. Adv.
Hort. Sci. 2:8-10.

1989

89-1 Kahn, B. A. and P. J. Stoffella. 1989. Distribution pattern of seed
yield in cowpea. Crop Sci. 29:(In Press).

89-2 Olson, S. M. and P. J. Stoffella. 1989. Yield stability differences
among collard cultivars. HortSci. 24: (In Press).

89-3 Scott, J. W., S. M. Olson, H. H. Bryan, T. K. Howe, P. J. Stoffella,
and J. A. Bartz. 1989. Solar set: a heat tolerant, fresh market
tomato hybrid. Fla. Agri. Exp. Sta. Cir. (In Press).

89-4 Simons, J. N., P. J. Stoffella, K. D. Shuler, and R. N. Raid. 1989.
Silver-leaf of squash in south Florida. Fla. State Hort. Soc.
101:(In Press).

89-5 Stoffella, P. J. and M. O. Fleming. 1989. Influence of plant
population on cabbage yields. Proc. Interamer. Soc. Trop. Hort.
32:(In Press).

89-6 Stoffella, P. J. and D. J. Fousek. 1989. Influence of within-row
spacings on distribution patterns of yield components in cowpeas.
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