Title: Vegetarian
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Title: Vegetarian
Series Title: Vegetarian
Physical Description: Serial
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: 1975-76
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087399
Volume ID: VID00118
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

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Cruciferous


Black Rot Resistance in C:i-bae:c Hybrids, 75-9 (Commercial)
Growing Broccoli and Cauliflower in Florida, 75-11 (Cominercial)


Solanaceous

1. Cooling Tomatoes in Ripcni,, Rooms, 75-7 (Commercial)
2. Pointers in Fertilizing Tomatoes and Peppers Under Ihulch, 75-8 (Commercial)
3 Nutrients Removed by Potato Tubers, 75-8 (Commercial)
4. Herbicides for Florida Tomatoes, 75-8 (Commercial)
5. plI Control for Tomatoes Under Full-Bed Mulch, 75-10 (Commercial)
6. Field Characteristics of Three Tomato Vascular Wilt Diseases, 75-11
(Comllerciall
7. Ripening Tomatues with ethylene Fafelv, 75-11 (Commercial)
8. Herbicide Recommendations for Potatoes on Florida's Sandy Soils, 75-12
(Commerci[al)
9. Pepper Black SpoL A Fruit Disorder, 76-1 (Commercial)
10. Some Ripening Characteristics of the 'Morgan' Melon, 76-5 (Commercial)


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'IuIM Bean, 75-9 (Gardening)
Comfrey, 75-10 (Gardening)
Bamboo, 75-11 (Gardening)
Arrowroot, 75-12 (Gardening)
Ginseng, 76-1 (GCardeninrg)
Paprika, 76-2 (Gardening)
Dasheen, 76-3 (Gardening)
Celeriac, 76-4 (Gardening)
Asparagus Bean, 76-5 (Cardening)
Kale, 76-6 (Gardening)


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TT. SPECIFIC TOPICS

Soils and Land Management

1. Prepare Soil Properly for Best Nematicide Activity, 75-7 (Commercial)
2. Cultivation as a Wleed Control Tool, 75-9 (Commercial)
3. Some Effects of Soil Water Ouality on Vegetable Crops Growth and
Development, 76-2 (Commercial)
4. Soil Preparation and Vegetables, 76-3 (Commercial)
5. Soil Preparation and Herbs, 76-4 (Commerccial)

Fertilizers and I.iming

1. Pointers in Fertilizing Tomatoes and Peppers Under Mulch, 75-8 (Commercial)
2. The Importance of the Fertilizer Salesman in Farm Fertilizer Use, 75-8
(Commercial)
3. Fertilizer and Lime Conversion Factors, 75-9 (Commercial)
4. Effects of pH on Soil Biology, 75-10 (Commercial)
5. pH Control for Tomatoes Under Full-Bed Mulch, 75-10 (Commercial)
6. Dolomite Overuse and Associated Problems, 75-11 (Commercial)
7. Micronutrients for Watermelons Additional Information, 76-1 (Commercial)
8. Diagnosing Nutrient Deficiencies in Vegetable Crops, 76-2 (Commercial)
9. Soluble Salt Build-up in Seep Irrigated Soils of Mulched Vegetables,
76-3 (Commercial)

Irrigation and Dra:innaqc

1. Water--Hints on Finding Good Quality for Irrigation of Vegetables, 75-7
(Commercial)
2. Water Control Under Full-Bed Mulch Culture, 75-10 (Commercial)
3. Soil Water Influence on Root Development, 76-4 (Commercial)
4. Reestablishingir Desirable Moisture Levels Under Full-Bed Mulch, 76-6
(Commercial)

Seeds and Transplants

1. Good Crops Start with Good Seed, 76-1 (Commercial)

Varieties and Types

1. Vegetable Varieties and the Small Local Sales Grower, 76-2 (Commercial)
2. Some Ripening Characteristics of the 'Morgan' Melon, 76-5 (Commercial)

Weeds and Control

1. Herbicides for Florida Tomatoes, 75-8 (Commercial)
2. Cultivation as a ;'eed Control Tool, 75-9 (Commercial)
3. Recent Herbicide Residue Problems, 75-10 (Commercial)
4. Herbicide Recommendations for Potatoes on Florida's Sandy Soils, 75-12
(Commerci al)
5. Exercise Care ;ihen Controlling Weeds in Non-Crop Areas, 76-6 (Commercial)

Pests and Control

1. Black Rot Resistance in Cabbage Hybrids, 75-9 (Commercial)
2. Field Characteristics of Three Tomato Vascular Wilt Diseases, 75-11
(Co;mmercial)
3. Pepper Black Spot A Fruit Disorder, 76-1 (Commercial)






Pests and Control (con L imCILk)

4. Some Points to Consider About Low Volume, High Velocity Concentrate
Spraying, 76-1 (Commercial)
5. Late Blight Control Update, 76-2 (Commercial)

Cultural Practices

1. Water Control Under Full-Bed Mulch Culture, 75-10 (Commercial)
2. pH Control for Tomatoes Under Full-Bed Mulch, 75-10 (Commercial)
3. Field Characteristics of Three Tomato Vascular Wilt Diseases, 75-11
(Commercial)
4. Remote Sensing as a Vegetable Crop Management Tool, 75-12 (Commercial)
5. Benefits Not Anticipated with Full-Bed Mulch Culture of Vegetables, 76-4
(Commercial)
6. Reestablishing Desirable Moisture Levels Under Mulch, 76-6 (Commercial)

Physiology, Growth, Reproduction

1. Nutrients Removed by Potato Tubers, 75-8 (Commercial)
2. Muskmelon Quality: What, When F How?, 75-9 (Commercial)
3. Beehives Supply Available for Pollination Through "Clearinghouse",
75-11 (Commercial)

Harvesting and Handling

1. Cooling Tomatoes in Ripening Rooms, 75-7 (Commercial)
2. Marketing New Crops, 75-8 (Commercial)
3. Better Consumer Quality vs. Increased Costs, 75-9 (Commercial)
4. Vegetable Qualities Associated with Consumer Satisfaction, 75-10
(Commercial)
5. Ripening Tomatoes with Ethylene Safely, 75-11 (Commercial)
6. Uniform Gra-e1c Names for Fresh Produce, 75-12 (Commercial)
7. Maintaining Freshness in Vegetables Without Refrigeration, 76-6 (Commercial)

Commercial Production General

1. Advance Planning to Avoid Common Mistakes Next Season, 75-7 (Commercial)
2. Growing Broccoli and Cauliflower in Florida, 75-11 (Commercial)
3. Watermelon Production Checklist for Advance Planning, 75-12 (Commercial)
4. Cucumber Production Update for 1976 Season, 76-3 (Commercial)
5. On-Farm Testing by Vegetable Growers, 76-5 (Commercial)

Gardening General

1. Timely Gardening Topics, 75-7 (Gardening)
2. Timely Gardening Topics, 75-8 (Gardening)
3. Timely Gardening Topics, 75-9 (Gardening)
4. Timely Gardening Topics, 75-10 (Gardening)
5. Timely Gardening Topics, 75-11 (Gardening)
6. Timely Gardening Topics, 75-12 (Gardening)
7. Timely Gardening Topics, 76-1 (Gardening)
8. Timely Gardening Topics, 76-2 (Gardening)
9. Timely Gardening Topics, 76-3 (Gardening)
10. Timely Gardening Topics, 76-4 (Gardening)
11. Timely Gardening Topics, 76-5 (Gardening)
12. Timely Gardening Topics, 76-6 (Gardening)




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