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Title: Orange blossoms
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086633/00079
 Material Information
Title: Orange blossoms
Alternate Title: Orange blossom
Physical Description: 25 v. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Publisher: Florida Citrus Production Credit Association,
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association
Place of Publication: Orlando Fla
Publication Date: May 1962
Frequency: irregular
completely irregular
 Subjects
Subject: Oranges -- Marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Oranges -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: periodical   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1, (May 1942)-v. 25, no. 8 (Nov. 1967).
Numbering Peculiarities: Vol. 16 repeated in numbering.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00086633
Volume ID: VID00079
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 45618176
lccn - sn 00229153

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9th. Annual SOUTH


FLORIDA CITRUS INSTI TU TE


Volume 20


Number 3


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RECENT RESULTS OF PRUNING RESEARCH
Dr. Dale Kretchman Assistant Horticulturist
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred

EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE AND POSSIBLE METHODS OF
REMOVING BRUSH FROM CITRUS
G. E. Coppock Associate Agricultural Engineer
Florida Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred

SOME COST AND RETURN FIGURES IN DIFFERENT
REJUVENATION PROGRAMS
R. E. Norris Lake County Agricultural Agent
Agricultural Extension Service, Tavares

RECESS

PRINCIPLES OF IRRIGATION ON DEEP SANDY SOILS
Dr. R. C. Koo Assistant Horticulturist
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN BUDWOOD REGISTRATION PROGRAM
G. D. Bridges Plant Supervising Inspector
Division of Plant Industry, Winter Haven


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SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS INSTITUTE
OFFICIAL PROGRAM
MONDAY --- MAY 28th
6:15 P.M.......... SUPPER ..... ........ Citrus Hall
8:00 P. M. ...... .RECREATION ....... Cattleman's Hall
TUESDAY --- MAY 29th
7:15 A.M. ........ BREAKFAST .......... . Citrus Hall
9: 00 A. M. -- MORNING SESSION -- Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist, Presiding
INVOCATION
Reverend J. F. Beard .......... Associated Reform Presbyterian Church, Lake Placid
ANNOUNCEMENTS
K. S. McMullen...District Agent, Extension Service, University of Florida, Gainesville


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12:00 NOON .............. LUNCH ............. Citrus Hall
AFTERNOON SESSION -- Bert J. Harris, Jr., Highlands County Agricultural Agent -- Presiding
THE FLORIDA CITRUS RESEARCH FOUNDATION
Al Whitmore President f.
Orlando


SPREADING DECLINE BUFFER PROGRAM
James M. McNamee Plant Supervising Inspector
Division of Plant Industry, Winter Haven
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CITRUS GROWERS PLAN INSTITUTE PROGRAMS
Citrus Grower Advisory Committee members of Highlands, Hardee,
Polk and DeSoto Counties helped plan the program of this Institute
as they have done in the past EIGHT Institutes. They worked di-
rectly with the Agricultural Extension Service Citrus Specialists to
develop a program that is vital, current, and of interest to you.
This process will be continued, and from these, and other growers
like them, will come your INSTITUTE PROGRAMS of the future.

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SOUTH FLORIDA INSTITUTE
PROGRAMS
ARE FURNISHED
BY:


FLORIDA CITRUS
Production
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Association


DEPENDABLE CREDIT
FOR CITRUS GROWERS
and
NURSERYMEN
Who Can Use Money
Profitably
FOR
ANNUAL PRODUCTION
and
INTERMEDIATE-TERM
CAPITAL PURPOSE NEEDS
Offices


Eustis Orlando Winter Haven


George F. Marrs W.L. Tait
Hardee Winter Haven


Louis Driggers J. M. Coarsey,Jr.
Manatee Highlands


A. H. Whitmore
Orlando


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DonS. Bryan
Polk


BunyanPipki
Polk


W.F. Ward
Highlands







n Cole Danley, Jr.
Highlands


J.H.G. Hutchinson EmilCausey
Highlands Hardee


W.J. Post
Highlands


Joe Mottashed
DeSoto


J.C. Durrance
Highlands


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PESTICIDE SAFETY IN THE GROVE
James Brogdon Associate Entomologist
Agricultural Extension Service, University of Florida, Gainesville

RECESS

PROGRESS REPORT ON NEW RED SCALE PARASITE
Dr. Martin H. Muma Entomologist
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred


CONTROL OF BLACK AND SNOW SCALES

W. L. Thompson Entomologist
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred


MACHINERY DEMONSTRATION

Dalton S. Harrison (in Charge)
Assistant Agricultural Engineer, University of Florida
Gainesville
In Cooperation with Florida Retail Equipment Dealers



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M . . . . . .. .RECREATION . . . .


WEDNESDAY --- MAY 30th

............ BREAKFAST.............. .Citrus Hall
-- MORNING SESSION -- W. L. Hatcher, DeSoto County Agent, Presiding


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SWHY CONCERN OURSELVES WITH FLATWOODS SOILS?
Robert M. Davis Assistant Agricultural Agent
Hillsborough County, Tampa


THE NEED FOR COPPER IN FLATWOODS SOILS
Edward E. Russell Interim Assistant in Agriculture
University of Florida, Gainesville


THE NEED FOR CALCIUM IN FLATWOODS SOILS
Dr. James NeSmith Soils Specialist
University of Florida, Gainesville


SOME RESULTS OF DEEP PLOWING OF FLATWOODS SOILS
PRIOR TO PLANTING

Dr. Clifford Nolan Assistant Technical Director
Soil Science Foundation, Lakeland


RECESS


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ROOT DISTRIBUTION IN SHALLOW ACID SOILS
Dr. H. W. Ford Associate Horticulturist
Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred

REVIEW OF FOOT ROT LOSSES IN FLORIDA CITRUS
Dr. Gordon Grimm Pathologist
USDA Citrus Research Station, Orlando


HERBICIDES IN YOUNG CITRUS McCown-

J. T. McCown Assistant Citriculturist
University of Florida, Gainesville

12:00 NOON .............. LUNCH ............ Citrus Hall
AFTERNOON SESSION -- Jackson A. Haddox, Polk County Assistant Agricultural Agent, Presiding


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IMl COLD PROTECTION THROUGH IRRIGATION
P D. S. Harrison Assistant Agricultural Engineer
University of Florida, Gainesville


PRINCIPLES OF PROTECTION THROUGH HEATERS AND WIND MACHINES
Dr. John Gerber Assistant Climatologist
University of Florida, Gainesville


OUR OBSERVATIONS ON WIND MACHINES
Dr. J. T. Griffiths General Manager
Eloise Groves Association, Winter Haven


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WHAT COLD DOES TO FRUIT AND FOLIAGE
Dr. Charles Hendershott -- Assistant Plant Physiologist
Florida Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred


MEASURING THE PART PLAYED BY THERMAL RADIATION
James G. Georg and Warren O. Johnson
Meteorologists,
Federal-State Frost Warning Service, Lakeland


CULTURAL PRACTICES IN RELATION TO COLD PROTECTION
Fred P. Lawrence Citriculturist
University of Florida, Gainesville


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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
ALL PANEL MEMBERS

SUMMARY
Dr. A. H. Krezdorn Head, Fruit Crops Depasiment
University of Florida, Gainesville

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SOUTH FLORIDA CITRUS


GROWERS' INSTITTTTP


FOOD SERVICE
Meals will be served at camp beginning
with supper at 6:14 P.M., Monday,
May 28, through lunch on Wednesday,
May 30. Lunch & Supper $1.35 each.
Breakfast 85P. Season Ticket $6.50.
Children under ten years -- half price.
HOUSING
Sleeping accommodations Free of Charge.
Available: 12 4-H Club boys and girls
cabins sleep 144; two leaders' cabins
with bath sleep 32. Beds are good.
Men and women housed separately.
Persons sleeping at camp must furnish
own sheets, pillows, towels, and toilet
articles.

Nearby motels and hotels available
at nominal prices.

RECREATION
A good place to meet your friends and
relax. Swimming, fishing, songs --
fun for all the family. Spend the nights
Monday, May 28 and Tuesday, May 29.

RECREATION DIRECTOR

N. H. McQueen -- Charlotte County Agent


DIRECTED BY:
FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
University of Florida Gainesville
M.O. Watkins, Director
K.S. McMullen, District Agent
F.S. Perry, District Agent
Fred P. Lawrence, Citriculturist
Jack T. McCown, Ass't. Horticulturist
B.J. Harris, Jr., Highlands County Agent
David Martsolf, Highlands County, Ass't.
Jack C. Hayman, Hardee County Agent
Jackson A. Haddox, Polk County, Ass't.
W.L. Hatcher, DeSoto County Agent
B.O. Bass, Glades County Agent

COOPERATING AGENCIES

FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
U.S. HORTICULTURAL STATION
STATE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Division of Plant Industry
INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES
** * ** * ** * **
REGISTRATION

B.J. Harris, County Agent-
HOSTESS
HOST S Highlands County
". ..... In Charge
Assisted By:
: Mrs. Amy Ellis


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Miss Betty Duckett -
Home Demonstration Agent
Highlands County


Miss Janet Quiggle


THE INSTITUTE PLANNING COMMITTEE EXPRESSES APPRECIATION TO:
Florida Citrus Production Credit Association Programs & Publicity
Southern Dolomite Company, E.G. Meyer --- Name Tags & Fans
Florida Citrus Mutual - - - - - - - Publicity & Juice
Dolomite Products, Inc., Larry Davis -- Inscriptions on Envelopes
Ridge Lime and Avocado Growers Association, Ivey Futch Lime Juice


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