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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: February 1960
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FLORIDA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE


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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AN AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES


V i.-',td!l Crops Department

NO.49 [ .,- Li.

University of Florida
Gainesville
February 17, 1960


Gentlemen:

Your Extension Vegetable Advisory Committee at the last meeting requested
that the specialists prepare a reference list for agents to use in developing
a Vegetable Library. We think it is a good idea.

The list we prepared is probably too extensive for most county agents.
We attempted to include references in all basic and applied subjects related
to the production, harvesting and handling of vegetables.*

The reference list is broken down in six categories:


Textbooks
Trade Journals and Magazines
Technical Journals
Reports (periodical)
Literature Sources
Miscellaneous


As nearly as could be determined references, within each category, are listed
in the order of their importance to the worker in vegetables. The list is
not perfect --- as we probably forgot to list a few important ones and many
of those listed may be substituted by other publications covering the same
subject,


Much of the material listed is
sale price can be obtained from the
each state and federal government.










F. S. Jamison
Vegetable trops Specialist


available at no cost to you. For the rest,
publisher or from publications lists of


Prepared by:



James Montelaro
Associate Vegetable Crops Specialist



Mason E. Marvel
Assistant Vegetable Crops Specialist


* Listing of specific trade names of publications does not constitute
endorsement over other publications in the same subject matter fields.

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION VORK IN AGRICULTURE AND HOMC ECONOMICS. STATE OF FLORIDA. IFAO, UNIVERSITY
OF FLO-RIDA, U. S DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE. AND BOARDS OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS, COOPERATING





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A. TEXTBOOKS


1. Vegetable Crops
Thompson, H.C. & Kelly, W.C.
5th Ed., N.Y., McGraw, Hill Co.,
Inc., 1957

2. Diseases of Vegetable Crops
Walker, J.C.
McGraw Hill Book Co., Inc., N.Y.

3. Destructive and Useful Insects
Metcalf, C.L., Flint, W.P. and
Metcalf, R. L., Ed. McGraw Hill
Book Co., Inc., New York

4. List of Vegetable Varieties
American Society for Hort. Science
Dr. Roy E. Marshall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

5. The Nature and Properties of Soils
Lyons, T.L. and Buchman, H.O.
The Macmillan Company, New York

6. The Diagnosis of Mineral Deficien-
cies in Plants by Visual Symptoms.
Wallace, T.
Chemical Publishing Co., N.Y.,1953

7. Hunger Signs in Crops, A Symposium
The National Fertilizer Assn.
Washington, D.C.

8, Handbook for Vegetable Growers
Knott, J.E.
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York

9. Successful Truck Farming
Stout, G. J.
The Macmillan Co., New York

10. Farm Chemicals Handbook
Published by: Ware Bros. Co.
317 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia 7, Pa.

11. Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
Chemical Rubber Publishing Co.
Cleveland, -Ohio

12. The Standard Cylopedia of Hort.
Bailey, L. H., The Macmillan Co.
New York


13. Commercial Fertilizers
Collins, G. H.
The Blakiston Company
Philadelphia, Pa.

14. Plant Nematodes
Christie, J. R.
Agric. Experiment Station
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida

15. Introduction to Plant Physiology
Curtis, O.F. and Clark, D.G.
slt. Ed. McGraw Hill 1950

16. Inorganic Plant Nutrition
Hoogland, D.R.
Chonica Botanica Co.
Waltham, Mass.

17. Sweet Corn
Huelsen, W. A.
Interscience Publishers Inc.
New York, 1954

18. Selling Fresh Fruit & Vegetables
(at retail)
161 6th Avenue
New York 13, New York

19.- Root Development of Vegetable Crops
1st. Ed. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
1927 (Out of Print)

20. An Introduction to Biochemistry
Williams, R. J. and Beerstecher,Jr.,
Ernest D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc.
New York

21. College Botany
Hylander, C. J. & Stanley, O.B.
The Macmillan Co.
New York

22. Gray's Manual of Botany
Fernald, M. L.
American Book Co., New York

23. Principles of Economics
Blodgett, R. H.
Rinehart & Co., Inc., New York





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24. Vegetable & Flower Seed Production
Hawthorn, L. R. and Pollard, L.H.
The Blakiston Co., Inc.
New York

25. Hormones & Horticulture
Avery, G.S., Jr., and Johnson,E.B.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
New York

26. Organic Chemistry
Wertheim, E.
The Blakiston Co., New York

27. Fungicides and Their Action
Horsfall, J. G.
Chronica Botanica Co.
Waltham, Mass.

28. The Principles of Heredity
Snyder, L. H.
D.C. Heath & Company
Boston, Mass.

29. Plant and Soil Water Relation-
ships
Kramer, P. J.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.

30. Insect Transmission of Plant
Diseases
Leach, J. G.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
New York

31. Commercial Fruit & Vegetable
Products
Cruess, W. V.
McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
New York

B. TRADE JOURNALS AND MAGAZINES

1. American Vegetable Grower
Willoughby, Ohio

2. Florida Grower and Rancher
Florida Grower MIagazine, Inc.
P.O. Box 2350
Tampa, Florida

3. Seedsments Digest
Skarren and Associates
1910 W. Olmos Drive,
San Antonia, Texas


4. Better Crops with Plant Food
American Potash Institute
1102 Sixtenth St., N.W.
Washington 6, D.C.

5. Western Canner & Packer
500 Howard Street
San Francisco 5, California

6. National Agric. Chemicals News and
Pesticide Review
National Ag. Chem. Assoc.
1145 19th St., N.W.
Washington 6, D.C.

7. Agriculture and Food Chemistry
20th and Northhampton Sts.
Easton, Pa.

8. County Agent & Vo-Ag Teacher
Ware Bros. Co.
317 N. Broad St.
Philadelphia 7, Pa.

9. The Progressive Farmer
821 N. 19th St.
Birmingham 2, Alabama

10. Better Farming Methods
Watt Publishing Co.
Mount Morris, Illinois

11. American Potato Yearbook
Charles S. Macfarland, Inc.
8 Elm St.
Westfield, N.J.

12. American Tomato Yearbook
Charles S. Macfarland, Inc.
8 Elm St.
Westfield, N.J.

13. The Packer
The Packer Publishing Co.
New York

14. The Potato World
Tabbs Market Service
3722 No. Ciciro Ave.
Chicago 41, Illinois

15. Seed World
327 South La Salle St.
Chicago, Illinois





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C. TECHNICAL JOURNALS


1. Proceedings of the Fla. State
Horticultural Society (1 Vol.Ann)
By Membership
Write Dr. E. L. Spencer
'Gulf Coast Exp'. Sta.g
Bradenton, Fla. "

2. Proceedings of the Soil & Crop
Science Soc. of Fla.(I Vol. Ann.)
By Membership.
Write Dr. R. V. Allison
Everglades Exp. Sta.
Belle Glade, Florida

3. Proceedings of the Amer. Soc. for
Hort. Science (2 Vol. Ann.)
By Membership
Write Dr. Roy E. Marshall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

4. Journal of Economic Entomology
Published by Ent. Soc. of America
1530 P St., N.W.
Wash. 25, D.C.

5. Soil Science Soc. of Amer. Proceed.
By Membership-
Soil.Science Society of America
2702 Monroe St.
Madison 5, Wisconsin

6. Annual Review of Plant Physiology
Published by Annual Reviews, Inc.
Palo Alto, Cal.

7. Soil Science
(A Monthly Publication)
The Williams & Wilkins Co.
Baltimore 2, Maryland

8. Phytopatholo gy
Monumental. Printing Co.
Baltimore, Maryland

D. REPORTS (PERIODICAL)

1. Sunshine State Agric. Research Rpt.
Agric. Exp. Station
Univ. of Florida
Gainesville, Fla.


2. Yearbook of Agriculture
Supt, of Documents
U.S. Govt. Printing Office
Washington 25, D.C.

3. For Sale, Want & Exchange Bulletins
Florida State Marketing Bureau
505 West Adams Street
Jacksonville,, Florida

4. Agricultural Research
Agricultural Research Service
USDA
Washington 25, D.C.

5. Agricultural Marketing
Supt. of Documents
Govt. Printing Office
Washington 25, D.C.

6. The Plant Disease Reporter
Crops Research Division
Agricultural Research Service
USDA
Washington 25, D.C.

7. California Agriculture
University of California
22 Giannini Hall
Berkeley 4, California

8. The Vegetable Grower News
Virginia Truck Experiment Station
P.O. Box 2160
Norfolk, Virginia

9. Winter Minimum Temp. in Penn. Fla.
(Summary of 20 Seasons: 1937-57)
Warren 0. Johnson
Federal-State Frost Warning Service
Lakeland, Florida

10. U.S. Census of Agriculture
Vol. 1, Part 18, Florida (1950)
U.S. Govt. Printing Office
Washington 25, D.C.

11. Marketing reports *

a. Vegetables


(1) Dail





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(a) DAILY VEGETABLE SHIPMENTS AND MARKET REPORT, Florida State
Marketing Bureau, P.O. Box 779, Jacksonville 1, Florida

(b) DAILY VEGETABLE REPORT, (Daily during Belle Glade Season)
Federal State Market News Service, Belle Glade, Florida

(c) DAILY VEGETABLE REPORT, (Daily during Pompano Season),
Federal State Market News Service, Pompano Beach, Fla.

(d) NEW YORK DAILY FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET REPORT,
U.S. Department of Agriculture, AMS, 139 Centre Street,
New York 13, N.Y.

(e) DAILY POTATO MARKETING REPORT, (daily during season)
Federal State Market News Service, Hastings, Florida

(f) DAILY WATERMELON REPORT, (daily during season)
Federal State Market News Service, Leesburg, Florida

(2) Weekly

(a) FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET NEWS, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, AMS, Fruit and Vegetable Div., Washington 25, D.C.

(b) WEEKLY PLANTINGS OF FLORIDA TOMATOES BY AREAS, U.S. Department
of Agriculture, ANS, 1222 Woodward Avenue, Orlando, Florida

(c) JEEKLY VEGETABLE FORECAST REPORT, Florida State Farmers Markets,
P.O. Box 1191, Winter Haven, Florida

(d) FLORIDA WEEKLY WEATHER AND CROP BULLETIN, Florida Crop Report-
ing Service, 1222 Woodward Ave., Orlando, Florida

(e) VEGETABLE MARKETING GUIDES, C/o Stanley E. Rosenberger, Agric.
Extension Service, Newell Hall, University of Florida,
Gainesville, Florida.

(3) Monthly

(a) COMMERCIAL VEGETABLES FOR FRESH MARKET, ACREAGE AND
INDICATED PRODUCTION, Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting
Service (issued about 10th of each month), 1222 Woodward
Avenue, Orlando, Florida

(b) FARM PRICE REPORT, Florida Crop and Livestock Reporting
Service, 1222 Woodward Avenue, Orlando, Florida

(c) PLANTINGS OF CELERY BY MONTHS. ACREAGE CUT OR PASSED,
AND ACREAGE LEFT FOR HARVEST, Florida Crop & Livestock
Reporting Service, 1222 Woodward Ave., Orlando, Florida

(d) VEGETABLES FRESH MARKET ACREAGE AND ESTIMATED
PRODUCTION (about 10th of each month), U.S. Department
of Agriculture, AMS, Crop Reporting Board, Washington 25, D.C.





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(e) MONTHLY TRUCK AND CARLOT UNLOADS OF FRESH FRUITS AND
VEGETABLES BY COMiODITIES, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
AMS, Fruit and Vegetable Division, Washington 25, D.C.

(4) Quarterly

(a) THE VEGETABLE SITUATION, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
Agricultural Marketing Service, Fruit and Vegetable Division,
Washington 25, D.C.

(5) Annual and Occasional

(a) 1960 ACREAGE- MARKETING GUIDE -.WINTER AND EARLY. SPRING VEGETABLES
SU.S. Department of Agriculture, AMS, Fruit and Vegetable Division,
Washington 25, D.C.

(b) VEGETABLES OUTLOOK AND ACREAGE MARKETING GUIDES, 1959-60
season, Agricultural Extension Service, University of Florida,
Gainesville, Fla. (c/o F. S. Jamison)

(c) ANNUAL STATISTICAL SUMMARY. 1958-59 SEASON, Florida State
Marketing Bureau, P.O. Box 779, Jacksonville 1, Florida

(d) MARKETING FLORIDA VEGETABLES SELECTED COMMODITIES -
1958-59 SEASON, Federal State Market News Service, Belle
Glade, Florida

(e) MARKETING FLORIDA POTATOES 1959 SEASON, Federal State
Market News Service, Hastings, Florida
-(f) FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY STATES,
COMMODITIES, COUNTIES AND STATIONS, Calendar Year 1958
(1959 available later), U.S. Department of Agriculture,
AKS, Washington 25, D.C.

(g) VEGETABLES FRESH MARKET. 1958 ANNUAL SUMMARY OF ACREAGE,
PRODUCTION AND VALUE, (1959 available later) U.S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture, AMS, Washington 25, D.C.

(h) Florida Agricultural Experiment Station Publications.

Marketing information furnished by Dr. E.W. Cake, Marketing Economist,
University of Florida.

E. LITERATURE SOURCES

1. Land-Grant Colleges and Experiment Stations

Auburn University University of California
Auburn, Alabama Berkeley 4, California

University of Arizona Colorado State University
Tucson, Arizona Fort Collins, Colorado

University of Arkansas University of Connecticut
Fayetteville, Arkansas Storrs, Conn.





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University of Delaware
Newark, Delaware

University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida

University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia

Georgia Coastal Plain Exp. Sta.
Tifton, Ga.

Georgia Agric. Exp. Sta.
Griffin, Ga.

University of Hawaii
Honolulu 14, Hawaii

University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho

University of Illinois
Urbana, Illinois

Purdue University
Lafayette, Indiana

Iowa State College
Ames, Iowa

Kansas State College
Manhattan, Kansas

University of Kentucky
Lexington, Kentucky

The Louisiana State University
University Station
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

University of Maine
Orono, Maine

University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland

University of Massachusetts
Amherst, Mass.

Michigan State University
East Lansing, Michigan

University of Minnesota
St. Paul Campus
St. Paul, Minnesota


Mississippi State University
State College, Mississippi

University of Missouri
Columbia, Missouri

Montana State College
Bozeman, Montana

University of Nebraska .
Lincoln, Nebraska

University of Nevada
Reno, Nevada

University of New Hampshire
Durham, New Hampshire

State College of Agric. and Mechanic
Arts and the Agric. Exp. Sta. of
Rutgers
The State University
New Brunswick, New Jersey

New Mexico College of Agric. & Mechanic
Arts
State College, New Mexico

Cornell University
Ithaca, New York

New York Agricultural Exp. Sta.
Geneva, New York

University of North Carolina
Raleigh, North Carolina

North Dakota Agric. College
State College Station
Fargo, North Dakota

Ohio State University
Columbus 10, Ohio

Ohio Agric. Experiment Station
Wooster, Ohio

Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, Oklahoma

Oregon State College
Corvallis, Oregon

The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania





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University of Puerto Rico
Rio Piedras, P.R.

University of Rhode Island
Kingston, Rhode Island

Clemson Agric. College
Clemson, South Carolina

South Dakota State College
College Station, South Dakota

University of Tennessee
Knoxville, 16, Tenn.

Texas A. and M. College
College Station, Texas

Utah State University
Logan, Utah

University'of Vermont (and the State
Agricultural College)
Burlington, Vermont

Virginia Polytechnic Institute F.
Blacksburg, Virginia

State College of Washington
Pullman, Washington

West Virginia University
Morgantown, West Virginia

University of Wisconsin
Madison 6, Wisconsin

University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming

2. List of Available Publications of
the U.S.D.A.
List No. 11 (Revised Feb. 1958)
Supt. of Documents
U.S. Govt. Printing Office
Washington 25, D.C.

3. Workers in Subjects Pertaining to
Agriculture in Land-Grant Colleges &
Experiment Stations.
U.S. Dept. of Agric., Agric. Hand-
book No. 63
Supt. of Documents
U.S. Govt. Printing Office
Washington 25, D.C.


4. Directory of Organizations & Field
Activities of the Dept. of Agric. -
1955 Agric. Handbook No. 76
Supt. of Documents, U.S. Govt.
Printing Office
Washington 25, D.C.

5. Bibliography of Agriculture
Supt. of Documents
U.S. Govt. Printing Office
Washington 25, D.C.

6. "Index of the Proceedings of the Fla.
State Hort. Soc.
Volume 5 thru 37 and Vol. 38-68
Write Dr. E. L. Spencer
Gulf Coast Exp. Station
Bradenton, Florida

7. Proceedings of the Soc. for Hort.Sci.
Combined Index, Vol. 1-58 incl.(1903-
1951) Write Dr. Roy E. Marshall
Michigan State Univ.
East Lansing, Michigan

MISCELLANEOUS

1. Variety Descriptive Lists

a. Ferry-Morse Seed Co.
Detroit, Michigan

b. Northrup, King & Co.
Boise, Idaho

c. Corneli Seed Co.
St. Louis 2, Mo.

d. Asgrew Seed Co.
New Haven, Conn.

e. Also Price Catalogs from these
and others.

2. Nasco Catalog
National Agricultural Supply Co.
Fort Atkinson .
Wisconsin




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