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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: 1979-80
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Volume ID: VID00168
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VEGETARIAN INDEX
79-7 to 80-12
1979-80 Production Season


I. Crops
Beans

1. Oxamyl Given Section 18 Clearance for use on Green Beans for Control of Specific
Nematodes, 80-11 (Pesticide Update)


Broccoli


Broccoli, 80-9 (Harvesting and Handling)
Broccoli Production and Varieties, 80-9 (Commercial)
Effects of Seepage and Trickle Irrigation on Broccoli Yields, 80-9 (Commercial)


Cabbage

1. Early Growth Stages of Cabbage, 80-7 (Gardening)

Carrots


1. Carrot Quality and Consumption Trends, 80-8 (Harvesting and Handling)

Cauliflower

1. Blanching Cauliflower by Tying, 79-12 (Gardening)
2. Boron Deficiency in Cauliflower, 79-12 (Gardening)
3. Calcium Deficiency in Florida Cauliflower, 80-2 (Commercial)
4. Cauliflower Preliminary Variety Test Data, 79-9 (Commercial)

Celery

1. Crisis Exemption for Use of Monitor 4 on Celery, 80-12 (Pesticide Update)

Cucumbers

1. A Cucumber Variety Trial, 80-1 (Notes of Interest)
2. Slicer Cucumber Variety Evaluation, 80-10 (Notes of Interest)

Lettuce


1. Lettuce Evaluation, 80-8 (Notes of Interest)
2. Report on Mechanical Damage and Losses to Crisphead
80-10 (Harvesting and Handling)

Onions

1. Herbicide Combination for Onions Needs Label, 79-10
2. Onion Guide and Variety Trial Results, 80-9 (Notes


Lettuce During Marketing,


(Commercial)
of Interest)




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Peppers

1. Pepper Harvesting Characteristics, 79-9 (Harvesting and Handling
2. Terr-o-Gas 67 Approved for Peppers, 80-9 (Pesticide Update)

Potatoes

1. Evaluation of Preemergence Herbicides for Potatoes Grown on Sandy Soil,
80-10 (Commercial)
2. New Herbicide Registration for Potatoes, 80-12 (Pesticide Update)

Squash

1. Yellow Crookneck Squash Hybrid A Changing Picture, 79-10 (Cotmmercial)

Strawberries

1. Mini-mulching Strawberries, 80-3 (Gardening)
2. Poor Pollination and Other Causes of Misshapen Strawberries, 79-11 (Gardening)
3. Strawberry Production in Florida A Success Story, 79-11 (Commercial)

Sweet Corn

1. Sweet Corn Variety Trials Zellwood, 1979, 79-9 (Notes of Interest)

Tomatoes

1. Mounding Tomatoes for Better Yields, 80-6 (Gardening)
2. Postharvest Water Intake and Decay of Tomatoes, 79-10 (Harvesting and Handling)
3. Weed Management in Tomato Row Middles, 79-10 (Commercial)

Watermelons

1. Dixielee A New Watermelon Variety from the University of Florida, 79-7
(Commercial)
2. Watermelon Preliminary Report on Intended Acreage for 1980 Season, 80-1
(Notes of Interest)


II. Specific Topics

Commercial Production (General)

1. Calculation for Water Application with Drip Irrigation on Vegetables, 80-11
(Commercial)
2. Clogging of Drip Irrigation Systems, 80-12 (Commercial)
3. Drip Irrigation, 80-8 (Commercial)
4. Introducing New Practices in Vegetable Production, 79-7 (Commercial)
5. Plastic Mulch Culture Suggestions for Refinements, 80-3 (Commercial)
6. Potentials for Further Expansion of Vegetable Production in Florida with
Certain Crops, 79-9 (Commercial)
7. Providing Information for Florida Vegetable Growers, 79-12 (Commercial)
8. Root Environment and Associated Problems, 79-12 (Commercial)







9. Yield Estimates and Planning a Vegetable Business, 79-7 (Commercial)

Fertilizers and Liming

1. Efficient Use of Fertilizer in Vegetable Production, 79-8 (Commercial)
2. Micronutrient Use in Vegetable Production, 80-1 (Commercial)
3. Sewage Sludge Benefits and Hazards for Gardeners, 80-8 (Gardening)

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Bird and Animal Pest Control in the Garden, 80-2 (Gardening)
Closing Out the Spring Garden, 80-7 (Gardening)
Economic Value of Home-Garden Vegetables in North Florida, 80-11 (Gardening)
Fla. Community Gardening Pilot.Program, 80-9 (Notes of Interest)
Fluid Drilling of Pre-Germinated Seeds, 80-1 (Gardening)
Foiling Blight with Aluminum Foil, 80-4 (Gardening)
Food Gardening An $11 Billion "Non-Industry", 79-7 (Gardening)
Know Your Minor Vegetables Nomenclature, 80-12 (Gardening)
Master Gardener Program, 80-11 (Gardening)
Master Gardening Expands, 80-9 (Notes of Interest)
National Junior Hort. Assoc. Convention, 80-12 (Gardening)
Nematode Control in the Vegetable Garden, 79-10 (Gardening)
1979 National Gardening Survey, 80-10 (Gardening)
New Publication on Vegetable Gardening, 80-1 (Notes of Interest)
New Slide Set on Vegetable Gardening, 80-11 (Notes of Interest)
Sawdust in the Garden, 80-5 (Gardening)
Sewage Sludge: Benefits and Hazards for Gardeners, 80-8 (Gardening)
Slide Tape Sets on Vegetable Gardening, 80-5.(Gardening)
Vegetable Gardening Guide, Circ. 104N, 80-5 (Notes of Interest)
Vegetable Gardening Literature Available, 79-7 (Notes of Interest)
Vertical Vegetable Gardening System, 79-8 (Gardening)
Wide Row Gardening, 79-9 (Gardening)


Harvesting and Handling


1. Carrot Quality and Consumption Trends, 80-8 (Harvesting and Handling)
2. Dial Market News, 80-8 (Notes of Interest)
3. Ethylene in Postharvest Biology: An Overview, 80-6 (Harvesting and Handling)
4. Freezing Garden Surpluses, 80-5 (Gardening)
5. Identifying Causes of Decay on Fruits and Vegetables, 80-4 (Harvesting and
Handling)
6. Improper Maturity and Ripeness as Causes of Marketing Losses, 79-12(Harvesting
and Handling)
7. Is Cooling Worth the Energy? 80-8 (Harvesting and Handling)
8. Modularization, Unitization and Palletization of Vegetable Shipping Container,
80-12 (Harvesting and Handling)
9. Nutritional Studies Underway, 80-iO (Harvesting and Handling)
10. Packaging, 80-7 (Harvesting and Handling)
11. Pepper Harvesting Characteristics, 79-9 (Harvesting and Handling)
12. Per Capita Vegetable Consumption 1978, 79-11 (Harvesting and Handling)
13. Postharvest Water Intake and Decay of Tomatoes, 79-10 (Harvesting and
Handling)
14. Precooling Vegetable Fruits, 80-3 (Harvesting and Handling)






15. Product Quality, Marketing Losses and Market Reputation, 79-11 (Harvesting
and Handling)
16. Product Temperature Manag.ement, 80-2 (Harvesting and Handling)
17. Report on Mechanical Damage and Losses to CrisphE.~d Lettuce During Marketing
80-10 (Harvesting and Handling)
18. Rough Handling as a Cause of Product Market Quality Loss, 80-1 (Harvesting
and Handling)
19. Shipping Container Standardization, 80-12 (Harvesting and Handling)
20. State Fire Marshal Rules Regardinl Fruit Ripening Processes, 80-11 (Harvesting
and Handling)
21. The Need for County Extension Vegetables Marketing Programs, 79-10 (Harvesting
and Handling)
22. Transportation Costs and Changing Patterns in Vegetable Production Marketing,
80-4 (CommerLial)
23. Truck Rate Report, 80-10 (Harvesting and Handling)
24. Vegetables for the Food Service Market, 79-7 (Harvesting and Handling)
25. Water Loss Control, 80-11 (Harvesting and Handling)

Pest Control

1. Bird and Animal Pest Control in the Garden, 80-2 (Gardening)
2. Crisis Exemption for Use of Monitor 4 on Celery, 80-12 (Pesticide Update)
3. Foiling Blight with Aluminum Foil, 80-4 (Gardening)
4. Nematode Control in the Vegetable Garden, 79-10 (Gardening)
5.' New Section Added to Vegetarian Pesticide Update, 80-9 (Notes of Interest)
6. Oxamyl Given Section 18 Clearancr- for Use on Green Beans for Control of
Specific Nematodes, ?0-11 (Pesticide Update)
7. Permethrin Given Section 18 Clearance, 80-10 (Pesticide Update)

Seeds and Transplaiits

1. Developments in Starting Vegetable Ciops-Sowing Primed Seed, 80-3 (Commercial)
2. Fluid Drilling of Pr1-gqerminated Seeds, 80-1 (Gardening)
3. Sowing of Pr'qei ninated Seed, :"0I-4 (Commercial)

Soil and L and lanagemeint

1. Sandy Soils New Potential with Full-Bed Plastic Mulch Culture, 80-5 (Commercial)

Varieties and Types

1. A Cucumber Variety Trial, 80-1 (Notes of Interest)
2. Cauliflower Preliminary Variety Test Data, 79-9 (Commercial)
3. Dixielee A New Watermelon Variety from the University of Florida,
79-7 (Commercial)
4. Slicer Cucumber Variety Evaluation, PO-10 (Notes of Interest)
5. Sweet Corn Variety Trials Zellwood, 1979, 79-9 (Notes of Interest)
6. Variety Trial Results, 80-9 (Notes of Interest)
7. Yellow Crooi:necl; Squash Hybrid A Changing Picture, 79-10 (Commercial)

Weed Control

1. Evaluation of Prieemiergenice Herbicides for Potatoes Grown on Sandy Soil,
80-10 (Commercial)





Herbicide Combination for Onions Needs Label, 79-10 (Commercial)
Inside Florida's Worst Weeds, 79-11 (Commercial)
New Herbicide registration for Potatoes, 80-12 (Pesticide Update)
24 (c) State Herbicide Labels for Vegetables, 80-7 (Commercial)
2 New Fact Sheets on Weed Control, 79-8 (Notes of Interest)
Weed Control for Full-Bed Mulched Vegetables, 80-10 (Notes of Interest)
Weed Management in Tomato Row Middles, 79-10 (Commercial)
Weed Shifts and Year-Round Weed Management, 79-8 (Commercial)
Weed Species Shifts and Herbicides, 79-7 (Commercial)
Withdrawal of TOK from U.S. Market, 80-9 (Pesticide Update)


Notes of Interest


Bob Kasmire "On boaid", 79-9
Commercial Vegetable Crops Extension Planning Conference, 80-11, 80-12
Demonstration by County Agents, 80-12
Dr. Maynard Takes Over As Chairman of Vegetable Crops, 79-8
Florida 4-H Horticulturists Win Top Honors, 79-11
Index for 1978-79 Vegetarian Newsletters ,79-8
Jim Montelaro Iii, 80-6
Ken Jorgenson Wins "Grower of the Year" Award, 79-12
Knott's Handbook for Vegetable Growers, 80-9
Mailing List Update, 80-8
Mark Sherman Joins Veg. Crops Faculty, 80-5
New Faculty Member Humphreys, 80-8
New Faculty Member Lazin, 80-6
New Faculty Members Stall and Stoffela, 80-7
New Southern Region, NJHA Director, 80-7
Ray William Final Salute, 79-12
Research Reports From Sanford, 79-12
Susan Gray Added to Vegetarian Contributors 80-11
Visiting Professor to Help With "Master Gardening", 79-11
William Moves West to Oregon, 79-9


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