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: 1977-78
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Bibliographic ID: UF00087399
Volume ID: VID00131
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VEGETARIAN 1\rFY


1977-78 Production Season

I. CROPS

Crucifers (Cabbage family)

1. A Production-Oriented Postharvest Problem Observed on Chinese Cabbage
(Commercial) 78-3
2. Cabbage Transplants Care in Production (Commercial) 78-4

Cucurbits (Vine Crops)

1. Storing Squashes & Pumpkins (Gardening) 77-7
2. Bitterness in Cucumbers (Gardening) 77-10
3. Subsoiling Watermelons in North Florida (Commercial) 78-2
4. Watermelon Foliage Disease Control in Florida (Commercial) 78-2
5. Harvesting and Handling Watermelons (Commercial) 78-2
6. Waxing of Cucumbers (Commercial) 78-4
7. Fertilizer Placement for Watermelons in North Florida (Conmercial)
78-5
8. Temperatures for Handling Watermelons (Commercial) 78-5

Solanaceous Crops (Tomatoes, pepper, eggplant, etc.)

1. Spider Mites on Sunmer Eggplants (Gardening) 77-7
2. Spring Garden Potatoes (Gardening) 77-7
3. Sunburned Tomatoes (Gardening) 77-7
4. The Yield Potential of the Walter Tomato Variety (Commercial) 77-9
5. Some of the Causes of Poor Fruit Set in Tomatoes (Comnercial) 77-11
6. How Big is This Tomato (Commercial) 77-12
7. "Canning" Tomatoes The Way to Grow (Gardening) 78-3
8. Some Causes of Leaf Spot on Tomatoes (Commercial) 78-4
9. Pollination by Insects in Fggplant, Tomato, Pepper (Commercial) 78-5
10. Potato Problem Blind Tubers (Gardening) 78-5

Table lerumes

1. Southern Pea Classification (Gardening) 78-4

Root Crops (Potatoes, carrots, radishes, etc.)

1. Sweet Potato Root Cracking Problems (Commercial) 77-12
2. Cavity Spot A New Disorder of Carrots (Comnercial) 78-3
3. Potato Problems Blind Tubers (Gardening) 78-5
4. Handling Spring Harvest Potatoes for Fresh Markets (Conmercial) 78-6








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Chufa (Gardening) 77-7
Cucuzzi (Gardening) 77-8
Ginger (Gardening) 77-9
Watercress (Gardening) 77-10
Brussels Sprouts (Gardening) 77-11
Celtuce (Gardening) 77-12
Purslane (Gardening) 78-1
Upland Cress (Gardening) 78-2
Shallot (Gardening) 78-3
Martynia (Gardening) 78-4
Tree Onion (Gardening) 78-5
Rampion (Gardening) 78-6


Miscellaneous Crops


Strawberry Plant Production (Commercial) 78-4
'Florida Staysweet' Corn A New Variety for Home Gardeners
(Gardening) 78-2


II. SPECIFIC rMFICS


Commercial Production


1. Roadside Marketing for Small Farm Producers (Commercial) 77-7
2. New Vegetable Crop Ventures (Commerdial) 77-9
3. Ten Noteworthy Developments of the Past Decade in Florida Vegetable
Production (Commercial) 77-10
4. Dollars and Sense of Producing Quality Vegetables (Commercial) 78-3
5. Producing and TMarketing Quality Vegetables from Small Farms
Production (Commercial) 78-1
6. Selecting Vegetable Varieties that Sell (Conmercial) 78-2


Cultural Practices

1. To Grow Large Fruits (Gardening) 77-8
2. Crop Residue Problems in Vegetable Production (Commercial) 77-11
3. Conserving Water in the Garden (Gardening) 77-11
4. Sweet Potato Root Cracking Problems (Commercial) 77-12
5. Field Sanitation A Must in Vegetable Production (Commercial) 78-1
6. Fertilizer Placement for Watermelons in North Florida (Commercial)
78-5
7. Cabbage Tr nsplants Care in ProTxuction (Commercial) 78-4
8. Soil Tests Timing and Use in Voeetable Production (Conmercial) 77-7
9. Subsoiling Watermelons in North Florida (Commercial) 78-2


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Fertilization & Liming


1. The Linear Foot Concept in Vegetable Crop Fertilization Recommendations
(Commercial) 77-10
2. Seaweed in the Vegetable Garden (Gardening) 77-12
3. Fertilizer Placement for Watermelcns in North Florida (Commercial) 78-5

Harvesting & Handling

1. Drying Vegetables for Storing (Gardening) 77-8
2. Harvesting & Curing Herbs (Gardening) 77-9
3. Producing and Marketing Quality Vegetables from Small Farms Production
(Commercial) 78-1
4. Waxing Garden Produce (Gardening) 78-1
5. A Production-Oriented Postharvest Problem Observed on Chinese Cabbage
(Commercial) 78-3
6. "Canning" Tomatoes The Way to Grow (Gardening) 78-3
7. Waxing of Cucumbers (Commercial) 78-4
8. Handling Spring Harvest Potatoes for Fresh Markets (Commercial) 78-6
9. Shirlping Watermelons (Cormercial) 78-6


Irrigation & Drainage


1. The Semi-Closed System for Seeo Irrigation (Commercial) 77-8
2. Irrigating Small Fields of Vegetables (Commercial) 77-11
3. Conserving Water in the Garden (Gardening) 78-6
4. Water: For People or for Food? (Commercial) 78-3

Pests & Control

1. Before Spraying, Consider These Things (Gardening) 77-8
2. Should You Use Nemagon? (Gardening) 77-9
3. Nematode Control in the Vegetable Garden (Gardening) 77-10
4. Substituting for Nemagon (Gardening) 78-1
5. Watermelon Foliage Disease Control in Florida (Commercial) 78-2
6. Some Causes of Leaf Spot on Tomatoes (Commercial) 78-4
7. The Tiger, The Tapeworm and IPM (Commercial) 78-5
8. Field sanitation A Must in Veretable Production (Commercial) 78-1


Physiology, Growth, Reproduction


Second-Hand Garden Sites (Gardening) 77-8
Fall Gardens (Gardening) 77-9
Indoor Lighting & Indoor Vegetables (Gardening) 77-10
Cavity Spot A New Disorder in Carbots in Florida (Commercial) 78-3
Pollination by Insects in Fr-' plant, Tomato, Pepper (Commercial) 78-5
June Gardening Roundup (Gardening) 78-6










Seeds & Transplants


1. Magnetic Seed Treatment (Commercial) 77-9
2. Some Symptoms of Seedling Plant Disorders (Commercial) 78-1
3. Avoid the Transplant Production Nightmare (Commercial) 78-2
4. Cabbage Transplants Care in Production (Commercial) 78-3
5. Strawberry Plant Production (Commercial) 78-4

Soils & Land Management

1. Soil Tests Timing & Use in Vegetable Production (Commercial) 77-7
2. Conserving Water in the Garden (Gardening) 77-11
3. Subsoiling Watermelons in North Florida (Commercial) 78-2

Varieties & Types

1. To Grow Large Fruits (Gardening) 77-8
2. The Yield Potential of the Walter Tomato Variety (Commercial) 77-9
3. Selecting Vegetable Varieties That Sell (Commercial) 78-2
4. 'Florida Staysweet' Corn A New Variety for Home Gardeners
(Gardening) 78-2
5. Southern Pea Classification (Gardening) 78-4

Weeds & Control

1. Perennial Grass Control in Vegetables (Commercial) 77-9
2. Response of Common Weeds to Herbicides in Vegetables (Commercial)
77-10
3. Weed Control for Full-Bed Mulched Vegetables (Commercial) 77-12
4. Weeds That Vegetable Growers Should Know (Commercial) 78-6
5. Cultivation Injury to Crop Roots (Commercial) 78-6

Greenhouse & Hydroponics

1. Greenhouse & Hydroponics Construction & Management (Commercial) 77-7
2. A Greenhouse Vegetable Enterprise? Some Points to Consider (Commercial)
77-12

Miscellaneous

1. Marvelous Metric Magic (Commercial) 77-8
2. Miracle Products in Florida Vegetable Production (Commercial) 77-8
3. Spring Leftovers (Gardening) 77-9
4. Fall Gardens (Gardening) 77-9
5. Early Frost in Vegetable Garden (Gardening) 77-10
6. Water: For People or For Food? (Commercial) 78-3
7. Crop Residue Problems in Vegetable Production (Commercial) 77-11

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