Title: Vegetarian
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Title: Vegetarian
Series Title: Vegetarian
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Creator: Horticultural Sciences Department, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida
Publisher: Horticultural Sciences Department, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida
Publication Date: November 1955
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Volume ID: VID00024
Source Institution: University of Florida
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COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WORK IN AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS
STATE OF FLORIDA


COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE,
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, AND
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT
OF AGRICULTURE, COOPERATING
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AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
Vegetable Crop Specialists COUM = AENT A WO

V TA R I A IGA1NESVILLE, LORID
JV E llib A x IA NNovember 21, 1955


MR. COUNTY AGENT:

As stated in Extension Circular 140, "Some Questions and Answers on Vegetable
Pesticide Tolerances", no doubt other information is and will become available. So...

We'll summarize several of the pertinent changes since July 22, and in such a
manner that you can bring up-to-date the chart in 140...."A Summary of Florida Vege-
table Pesticide Tolerances":

FIRST The effective date has been extended by crops to January 22, 196, on a
number of chemicals of interest to you TFederal Register No. 212, October 29, 1935);
we show hem below ("x") so you can transfer appropriate entries to your reference
copy of the chart,


Chlor-
Aldrin Endrin dane


Diel-
drin


Methoxy- Toxa- Di-
EPN chlor phene chlone Ziram


Beans x x
English pea
Southern pea x x "cowpeasel "coapeas"
Beet x
Carrot x x
Corn x x
Crucifers:
Broccoli x
Cabbage x x x
Cauliflower
Greens:
Collard (Kale) x
Mustard x
Turnip x
(Spinach) x
Cucurbits:
Cantaloupe x
Cucumber x x
Squash
Watermelon "melons"
Okra
Onion x x
Potatoes:
Irish x
Sweet x x
Radish
Salad:
Celery x
Endive (Escarole).
Lettuce x
Solanaceous:
Eggplant
Pepper x
Tomato x x x
Strawberry x x x

As a matter of interest, a January 22, 1956 extension was granted for captain
for post-harvest use on potatoes (Federal Register No. 217, November 5, 1955).





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SECOND Tolerances have been established by crop on a number of chemicals;
again, we've attempted to single out "x") those of particular interest and ar-
range them so you can correct your reference copy:

Malathion: 8.0 Tm .Systox:0.75 ppm Captan:20.0 ppm Maneb:7.0 ppt*
FR #205, Odc WT FR ;1723 Sept.2 FR # 1t7,July 29 FR #2037ct.20

Beans x x
English pea "peas"
Southern pea "peas"
Beet x
Carrot x
Corn
Crucifers:
Broccoli x x
Cabbage x x
Cauliflower x x
Greens:
Collard (Kale) kale
Mustard x
Turnip x
(Spinach) x x
Cucurbits:
Cantaloupe "melons" x x "melons"
Cucumber x x x
Squash x x x
Watermelon "melons" x "melons"
Okra
Onion x x
Potatoes:
Irish x x 0.1 ppm*
Sweet
Radish
Salad:
Celery x x
Endive (Escarole)
Lettuce x
Solanaceous:
Eggplant x x x
Pepper x x x
Tomato x x x
Strawberry x x x

THIRD We have not attempted to include all changes .... just a version of
those appearing most pertinent after a check of Federal Registers through November
15th.

Sincerely,



F. S, JAI4ISON
Vegetable Crop Specialist

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