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Title: Florida quarterly bulletin of the Agricultural Department
Uniform Title: Avocado and mango propagation and culture
Tomato growing in Florida
Dasheen its uses and culture
Report of the Chemical Division
Alternate Title: Florida quarterly bulletin, Department of Agriculture
Florida quarterly bulletin of the Department of Agriculture
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Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture
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Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Publication Date: -1921
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 31, no. 3 (July 1, 1921).
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 19, no. 2 (Apr. 1, 1909); title from cover.
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Supplement to

FLORIDA
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BULLETIN
OF THE
AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT

APRIL 1, 1915.

W. A. McRAE
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE
TALLAHASSEE FLA.



SEASONS AND DATES FOR PLANTING.


Entered Januaey 31, 1903, at Tallahassee. Florida, as secoud-class
matter under Act of Congress of June, 1900.
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SEASONS AND DATES FOR PLANTING
VEGETABLES AND OTHER
CROPS IN FLORIDA.



The following lists include what experience demon-
strates can be successfully grown each month as the sea,
son most suitable for each variety comes around in the
several sections of the State.

NORTH AND WEST FLORIDA.

JanuaryJ-Asparagus Seed, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage
Seed and Plants, Cauliflower Seed, Collards, Leeks, Let-
tuce, Mustard, Onion Sets, Radishes, Rape, Spanish
Onion Seed, Tomato Seed, Turnips, Oats, Strawberry
Plants.
February--Asparagus Seed, Early Corn, Brussels
Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Collards, Eggplant Seed,
English peas, Irish Potatoes, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce,
Onions, Parsley, Parsnip, Pepper Seed, Rutabagas, Saly-
sify, Spinach, Beets, Turnips.
March-Beans, Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cantaloupes,
Carrots, Collards, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Early Field Corn,
Cotton, Eggplant, English Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kale,
Kohlrabi, Leek, Okra, Parsley, Parsnip, Pepper, Pump-
kin, Radish, Rape, Rutabagas, Salsify, Squash, Sugar
Corn, Watermelons, Tomato, Turnip, Sugar Cane, Japa-
nese Cane.
April-Beans, Cantaloupes, Cowpeas, Cucumber, Egg-
plant, English Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kohlrabi, Lettuce,
Okra, Parsley, Parsnip, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes,
Rutabagas, Squash, Sugar Corn, Field Corn, Sweet Pota-
toes, Cotton, Tomatoes, Turnips, Watermelons, Sorghum.
May-Beans, Butter Beans, Cantaloupes, Cowpeas, Cu-












cumbers, Eggplant, Okra, Peppers, Pumpkins, Squash,
Sugar Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Tomato Plants and seed,
Watermelons, Sorghum, Velvet Beans.
June-Butter Beans, Cowpeas, Eggplants, Peppers,
Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes, Watermelons.
July-Cowpeas, Eggplant, Parsley, Peppers, Pumpkin,
Rutabagas, Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Tomato Plants and
seed, Watermelons, Sorghum.
August-Beans, Beets, Cabbage, Cauliflower Seed, Car-
rots, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Collards, Eggplants, Irish Po-
tatoes, Kale, Kohlrabi, Okra, Onions, Rape, Rutabagas,
Salsify, Spinach, Squash, Tomatoes, Turnips, Celery Seed.
September-Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots,
Cauliflower Plants, Celery- Plants, Collards, Cowpeas,
English Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Mus-
tard, Onion Sets, Parsnip, Radishes, Rape, Rutabagas,
Salsify, Spinach, Turnips.
October-Beets, Bermuda Onion Seed, Brussels Sprouts,
Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower Plants, Celery Plants, Col-
lards, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce Seeds and Plants, Mustard,
Onion Sets, Parsnips, Radishes, Rape, Spinach, Turnips.
November-Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage Seeds and
Plants, Carrots, Collards, Kale, Lettuce, Mustard, Onion
Sets, Parsnip, Radishes, Rape, Spinach, Turnips, Oats,
Rye, Strawberry Plants, Vetch and Crimson Clover.
December-Cabbage Plants and Seed, Collards, Leeks,
Lettuce Plants and Seed, Mustard, Onions, Radishes,
Rape, Oats, Rye, Strawberry Plants, Vetch and Crimson
Clover.
CENTRAL FLORIDA.

January-Asparagus Seed, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage
Seed and Plants, Cauliflower Seed, Collards, Leeks, Let-
tuce, Mustard, Onion Sets, Radishes, Rape, Spanish Onion
Seed, Tomato Seed, Turnips, Eggplant Seed, Oats.
February-Asparagus Seed, Early Corn, Sea Island












Cotton, Beans, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cantaloupes,
Carrots, Collards, Cucumbers, Eggplant Seed, English
Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce, Onions, Par-
sley, Parsnip, Pepper Seed, Rutabagas, Salsify, Spinach,
Windsor Beans, Beets, Sugar Cane, Field Corn.
March-Beans, Beets, Brussels Sprouts, ('ataloupes,
Carrots, Cauliflower, Collards, Cowpeas, Cucumbers,
Early Corn, Eggplant, English Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kale,
Kohlrabi, Leek, Okra, Onion, Parsley, Parsnip, Pepper,
Pumpkin, Radish, Rape, Rutabagas, Salsify, Squash,
Sugar Corn, Watermelons, Tomatoes, Turnips, Sea Island
Cotton, Sugar Cane, Field Corn.
April-Beans, Cantaloupes, Collards, Cowpeas, Cucum-
bers, Eggplant, English Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kohlrabi,
Lettuce, Okra, Onion Plants, Parsley, Parsnip, Peppers,
Pumpkin, Radishes, Rutabagas, Squash, Sugar Corn,
Dasheens, Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes, Turnips, Water-
melons, Velvet Beans.
May-Beans, Butter Beans, Cantaloupes, Collards,
Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Okra, Peppers, Pump-
kins, Squash, Sugar Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Tomato Plants
and Seed, Watermelons, Velvet Beans, Dasheens.
June-Butter Beans, Cabbage Seed, Cauliflower Seed,
Celery Seed, Cowpeas, Eggplant, Parsley. Peppers, Pump-
kin, Rutabagas, Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Tomato Plants
and Seed, Watermelons.
July-Cabbage Seed, Cantaloupes, Cauliflower Seed,
Celery Seed, Cowpeas, Eggplant, Parsley, Peppers, Pump-
kin, Rutabagas, Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Tomato Plants
and Seed, Watermelons.
August-Beans, Beets, Cabbage, Cauliflower Seed, Car-
rots, Cowpeas, Cress, Cucumbers, Collards, Eggplant,
Irish Potatoes, Kale, Kohlrabi, Okra, Onions, Rape, Ruta
bagas, Salsify, Spinach, Squash, Tomatoes, Turnips,
Windsor Beans, Celery Seed.
September-Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots,
Cauliflower Plants, Celery Plants, Collards, Cowpeas, Cu-












cumbers, English Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kale, Leeks, Let.
tuce, Mustard, Onion Sets, Parsnip, Radishes, Rape, Ruta-
bagas, Salsify, Spinach, Squash, Turnips.
October-Beets, Bermuda Onion Seed, Brussels Sprouts,
Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower Plants, Celery Plants, Col-
lards, Kale, Leeks, Lettuce Seed and Plants, Mustard,
Onion Sets, Parsnip, Radishes, Rape, Spinach, Turnips,
Strawberry Plants.
November-Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage Seed and
Plants, Carrots, Collards, Kale, Lettuce, Mustard, Onion
Sets, Parsnip, Radishes, Rape, Spinach, Turnips, Oats,
Rye, Strawberry Plants.
December-Cabbage Plants and Seed, Collards, Leeks,
Lettuce Plants and Seed, Mustard, Onions, Radishes,
Rape, Strawberry Plants, Oats.

TAMPA, ORLANDO, TITUSVILLE AND SOUTHWARD.

January-Beas, Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage
Plants and Seed, Carrots, Cauliflower Seed, Collards, Egg
plant Seed, Irish Potatoes, Kale, Kohlrabi, Lettuce, Mus-
tard, Radishes, Rape, Spanish Onion Seed, Spinach, To-
mato Seed, Turnips, Corn, Oats, Sugar Cane.
February-Adams Early Corn, Beans, Beets, Brussels
Sprouts, Cabbage, Cantaloupes, Carrots, Cucumbers, Egg-
plant Seed, Irish Potatoes, Kale, Lettuce, Okra, Onions,
Pepper Seed, Spinach, Squash, Windsor Beans, Field
Corn and Sugar Cane.
March-Beans, Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cantaloupes,
Cauliflower, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Early Corn, Eggplant,
Irish Potatoes, Lettuce, Mustard, Okra, Onions, Pepper,
Pumpkin, Radish, Squash, Sugar Corn, Tomatoes, Water-
melons, Velvet Beans.
April--Beans, Collards, Cowpeas, Cucumbers, Egg-
plant, Kohlrabi, Okra, Radishes. Squash, Sugar Corn,
Sweet Potatoes, Tomatoes, Onion Plants, Pepper, Pump-
kins, Velvet Beans.










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May-Beans, Butter Beans, Cowpeas, Eggplant, Okra,
Peppers, Pumpkins, Squash, Sugar Corn, Sweet Potatoes,
Tomatoes.
June-Butter Beans, Cabbage Seed, Celery Seed, Cow
peas, Eggplant Seed, Peppers, Squash, Sweet Potatoes,
Tomato Plants and Seed, Watermelons.
July-Cabbage Seed, Cantaloupes, Celery Seed, Cow-
peas, Eggplants and Seed, Peppers, Pumpkins, Squash,
Sweet Potatoes, Tomato Plants and Seed, Watermelons.
August-Beans (snap), Cabbage, Seed, Cantaloupes,
Carrots, Cauliflower Seed, Collards, Cowpeas, Cucumbers,
Eggplant, English Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kale, Kohlrabi,
Lettuce, Mustard, Onions, Peppers, Pumpkins, Radishes,
Rape, Rutabagas, Spinach, Squash, Swiss Chard, Toma-
toes, Turnips, Windsor Beans.
September-Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage Plants
and Seed, Carrots, Celery Seed and Plants, Collards, Cow-
peas, Cucumbers, English Peas, Irish Potatoes, Kale,
Lettuce, Mustard, Onion Sets, Radish, Rape, Rutabagas,
Spinach, Squash, Swiss Chard, Turnips.
October-Beets, Bermuda Onion Seed, Brussels Sprouts,
Cabbage Plants and Seed, Carrots, Celery Seed, Collards,
Kale, Lettuce Plants and Seed, Mustard, Onion Sets, Rad-
ishes, Rape, Rutabagas, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Turnips,
Strawberry Plants, Oats.
November-Beets, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage Plants
and Seed, Carrots, Celery Seed and Plants, Collards, Kale.
Lettuce, Mustard, Onion Sets, Radishes, Rape, Rutabagas,
Spinach, Swiss Chard, Turnips, Oats, Strawberry Plants.
Decelmber--Cabbage Plants and Seed, Celery Plants,
Collards, Lettuce Plants and Seed, Mustard, Onion Sets
and Plants, Radishes, Rape, Spanish Onion Seed, Swiss
Chard, Oats, Strawberry Plants.













SOME OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION.

LENGTH OF TIME REQUIRED FOR VEGETABLE SEED
TO GERMINATE.

The following periods are about the time it takes the
seeds mentioned to sprout after being sown; of course,
these periods vary somewhat according to the age of the
seed, but more so upon the conditions of the weather
and the soil:
Beans .......................... from 4 to 8'days.
Cabbage and Cauliflower..........from 4 to 8 days.
Beets ............................from 8 to 15 days.
Collards .........................from 4 to 8 days.
Carrots .......................... from 14 to 20 days.
Celery ..........................from 12 to 20 days.
Corn ........................... front 5 to 9 lays.
Cukes .......................... from 4 to 10 days.
Eggplants ...................... from 7 to 20 days.
Lettuce ......................... from 3 to 5 days.
Muskmelon and Cantaloupe ........from 5 to 10 days.
Watermelons .....................from 6 to 12 days.
Mustard .........................from 3 to 5 days.
Onions ...........................from 6 to 12 days.
Parsley ......................... from 20 to 30 days.
Peas ............................from 5 to 10 days.
Pepper ..........................from 8 to 15 days.
Radishes .........................from 3 to 5 days.
Spinach .........................from 8 to 15 days.
Squash ..........................from 6 to 9 days.
Tomatoes .......................from G to 12 days.
Turnips ....................... from 3 to 5 days.

THE AVERAGE TIME IN FAVORABLE SEASONS FOR PLANTS TO
MATURE, FROM THE SOWING OF THE SEED.

Bush Beans, from 40 to 50 days, according to variety.
Pole Beans, from 60 to 90 days, according to variety.













Beets, from 60 to 75 days, according to variety.
Cabbage, from 60 to 100 days, early varieties.
Cabbage, from 150 to 190 days, late varieties.
Cabbage, from 150 to 190 days, late varieties.
Carrots, from 60 to 75 days, according to varieties.
Cauliflower, from 100 to 150 days, according to va-
rieties.
Celery, about 150 days, Golden Self Blanching variety.
Corn, from 70 to 190 days, according to variety.
Cucumbers, from 60 to 80 days, according to variety.
Eggplants, about 120 days.
Lettuce, from 60 to 90 days, according to variety.
Melons, from 80 to 90 days, according to variety.
Mustard, about 35 days.
Okra, about 70 days.
Onions, from 120 to 130 days, according to variety.
Peas, from 60 to 70 days, according to variety.
Pepper, from 100 to 120 days, according to variety.
Potatoes, from 85 to 100 days, according to variety.
Radishes, from 25 to 35 days, according to variety.
Squash, about 60 days for early varieties.
Squash, about 120 to 150 days, for late varieties.
Spinach, from 50 to 60 days.
Tomatoes, from 110 to 130 days, according to variety.
Turnips, from 60, to 90 days, according to variety.

QUANTITY OF SEED REQUIRED FOR A GIVEN NUMBER OF HILLS.

Pole Beans .....................1 pint to 100 hills.
Corn, Sweet ..................... pint to 100 hills.
Cucumbers ...................... 1 ounce to 50 hills.
W atermelons .....................1 ounce to 30 hills
Okra ............................1 ounce to 30 hills.
Pumpkins ....................... ounce to 30 hills.
Squash ..................... ... 1 ounce to 30 hills.
Muskmelons ..................... 1 ounce to 50 hills.











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QUANTITY OF SEED FOR A GIVEN LENGTH OF DRILL.


Beets ................... 1 ounce
Beans, Bush .............j pint
Carrots .................1 ounce
Okra ................... 1 ounce
Onions, Seed ............ ounce
Onion, Sets .............1 quart
Parsley ................. 1 ounce
Peas ....................1 quart
Radishes ................1 ounce
Spinach ................. 1 ounce
Turnips .................1 ounce


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QUANTITY OF SEED REQUIRED FOR GIVEN NUMBER OF PLANTS.

Cabbage ................... 1 ounce for 2,000 plants.
Cauliflower ................. 1 ounce for 2,000 plants.
Collards ................... 1 ounce for 2,000 plants.
Celery ........................ 1 ounce for 2,000 plants.
Celery ......................1 ounce for 7,500 plants
Eggplant .................... 1 ounce for 1,500 plants
Lettuce .................... 1 ounce for 3,000 plants.
Pepper .... ................. 1 ounce for 1,500 plants.
Tomatoes ................... 1 ounce for 3,000 plants.

NUMBER OF PLANTS TO THE ACRE AT GIVEN DISTANCES.


12 inches by
12 inches by
18 inches by
18 inches by
18 inches by
24 inches by
24 inches by
30 inches by
30 inches by
30 inches by


3 inches.................. 174,240
12 inches.................. 43,560
3 inches................. 116,160
12 inches.................. 29,040
18 inches.................. 19,360
18 inches ................. 14.520
24 inches.................. 10,890
12 inches.................. 17,424
20 inches.................. 10,454
24 inches... .............. 8,712


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36 inches by 3
36 inches by 12
36 inches by 18
36 inches by 24
36 inches by 36
48 inches by 24
48 inches by 30
48 inches by 36


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60 inches
60 inches


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PROPER DISTANCES FOR PLANTING TREES.


Oranges on common stock....... 25 to
Oranges on C. Trifoliata.........18 to
Lemons ........................15 to
Grape Fruit ................... 25 to
Lim es ....................... 12 to
Kumquats .....................12 to
Peaches and Apples.............. 18 to
Plum s .........................15 to
Japanese Persimmons .......... 15 to
Avocado Pears ................ 15 to
M angoes ...................... 15 to
Guavas ........................12 to
Pears, LeConte ................25 to
Pears, general varieties..........20 to
Grapes, Bunch varieties........ 8 to
Grapes, Muscadine type......... 18 to
Figs ...........................12 to
Pecans ........................40 to


6,970
58,080
14,520
9,680
7,260
4,840
5,445
4,356
3,360
2,723
2,901
2,178


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20 ft.
20 ft.
30 ft.
15 ft.
12 ft.
20 ft.
18 ft.
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20 ft.
15 ft.
30 ft.
25 ft.
10 ft.
25 ft.
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60 ft.


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NUMBER OF TREES OR PLANTS TO THE ACRE.
Distance
Apart, Number of
Feet. Trn s.
1 by 1 .................... .............. 43,560
2 by 2 .................................... 10,890
3 by 3 ................................... 4,840
4 by 4 .................................... 2,722
5 by 5 .................................... 1,742
6 by 6 .................................... 1,210
7 by 7 ..................................... 888
8 by 8 .................................... 680
9 by 9.................................... 537
10 by 10.......................... ..... .. 435
11 by 11................... ................. 360
12 by 12 .................................... 302
13 by 13 .................................... 257
14 by 14 .................................... 222
15 by 15............ ....................... 193
16 by 16....... ............................ 170
17 by 17 ................................... 150
18 by 18.................................... 134
19 by 19....... ............................ 120
20 by 20..................................... 108
25 by 25..................................... 69
30 by 30..................................... 48
35 by 35..................................... 35
40 by 40..................... ................ 27
45 by 45........................ ........ ...... 21
50 by 50..................................... 17
60 by 60................... ................... 12


TTPE OF SEEDS.


Below is a list showing the life of seeds; If they are
older they are usually worthless. Also seeds do not keep
so well in the South as in the dryer atmosphere of the










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North, and it will not be safe to use older seeds in Flor-
ida than the limits given:
Asparagus ......................... 2 years.
Beans ............................. 1 year.
Cantaloupes .......................... 3 years.
Watermelons ...................... 6 years.
Beets .............................. 3 years.
Cabbage ............................ 3 years.
Carrots ............................ 1 year.
Cauliflower ......................... 2 years.
Celery .............................. 3 years.
Collard ............................. 4 years.
Corn (sweet) ....................... 2 years.
Cucumbers .............. ......... 4 years.
Egg Plant .................. ........ 5 years.
Lettuce ............................ 1 year.
Okra .............................. 3 years.
Onions ......................... ... 1 year.
Peas .............................. 1 year.
Parsley ............................ 2 years.
Peppers ............................ 2 years.
Pumpkins ........................... 5 years.
Spinach ............................ 1 year.
Squash ............................. 3 years.
Turnips ............................ 2 years.
Tobacco ............................ 4 years.




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