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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: 1981
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II. VEGETARIAN INDEX FOR 1981


Vegetarian Newsletters 81-1 to 81-12


I. SPECIFIC TOPICS


Commercial Production (General)


1. Factors affecting the replanting of cold damaged crops, 81-2.
2. Cold weather causes freezing and chilling injury problems, 81-2.
3. Preliminary report on intended acreage for 1981 season, 81-3.
4. On-farm testing as an economic tool, 81-3.
5. Growth patterns and nitrogen uptake, 81-4.
6. Latent effects of cold on cruciferae, 81-4.
7. The onion as a computer, 81-5.
8. Potato vine killing for fresh market sales, 81-5.
9. 1981 Field Blossom-end rot problems, 81-6.
10. Using rates of maturity as a management tool, 81-6.
11. Weed control by contact applicators, 81-7/8.
12. Some points to consider in the development of crop water budgets:
tomatoes, 81-7/8.
13. Sulfur: the next element that may worry Florida vegetable growers,
81-9.
14. Weed control in crucifers, 81-9.
15. The importance of early detection of crop damage, 81-10.
16. Nutrient film technique solution temperatures affect growth and
yield of tomatoes, 81-10.
17. Re-fertilizing full bed mulched tomatoes, 81-11.
18. Update on bush bean row spacing, 81-11.
19. Copper fertility in watermelons, 81-12.


Fertilizers and Liming


1. Understanding the routine soil test report for vegetable gardens,
81-3.
2. On farm testing as an economic tool, 81-3.
3. Growth patterns and nitrogen uptake, 81-4.
4. 1981 field blossom-end rot problems, 81-6.
5. Sulfur: the next element that may worry Florida vegetable growers,
81-9.
6. Nutrient film technique solution temperatures affect growth of
yield of tomato, 81-10.
7. Copper fertility in watermelons, 81-12.








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Gardening (General)


1. What is the National Junior Horticultural Association?, 81-1.
2. Planning the spring garden, 81-1.
3. Know your minor vegetables Lovage, 81-1.
4. Effects of January freeze-Florida vegetable gardens, 81-2.
5. Florida has National 4-H gardening winner, 81-3.
6. Slide tape series complete, 81-3.
7. Understanding the routine soil test report for vegetable gardens,
81-3.
8. Know your minor vegetables Bottle Gourd, 81-3.
9. State 4-H horticultural contest and FFA vegetable contest, 81-4.
10. Care of the garden, 81-4.
11. Know your minor vegetables Armenian Cucumber, 81-4.
12. Results of 1981 State FFA vegetable contest, 81-5.
13. Master Gardener Program, 81-5.
14. Common problems in the vegetable garden, 81-5.
15. Know your minor vegetables Skirret, 81-5.
16. When to pick the vegetable garden, 81-6.
17. Know your minor vegetables Rakkyo, 81-6.
18. Drying garden vegetables for storage, 81-7/8.
19. Know your minor vegetables Potato Onion, 81-7/8.
20. The Medfly and the Florida vegetable garden, 81-9.
21. Know your minor vegetables Orach, 81-9.
22. Results of the 1981 State 4-H horticultural events, 81-9.
23. Florida Master Gardener advanced training and recognition program,
81-9.
24. Gardeners: active conservationists and energy savers, 81-10.
25. Know your minor vegetables Boniatos, 81-10.
26. Know your minor vegetables Pumpkin, 81-11.
27. Know your minor vegetables Naked Seeded Pumpkin, 81-12.
28. Florida Master Gardeners, 81-12.
29. National Junior Horticulture Convention, 81-12.


Harvesting and Handling


1. Vegetable flavors in the 1980's, 81-1.
2. Roadrailer train tested in Florida, 81-1.
3. Cold weather causes freezing and chilling injury problems, 81-2.
4. Florida labor situation January 81, 81-2.
5. Effect of the Florida freeze on the transportation situation,
81-2.
6. Chlorine management, 81-6.
When to pick the vegetable garden, 81-6.







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7. Drying garden vegetables for storage, 81-7/8.
8. Dietary fiber in vegetables, 81-9.
9. Vegetable consumption-long and short term changes, 81-10.


Pesticide Update


1. Fenvalerate (Pydrin) labeled for use on potatoes, 81-1.
2. Naled (dibrom 8E) given 24(c) state label on lettuce, 81-1.
3. Fenvalerate (Pydrin) labeled for use on cabbage, 81-1.
4. Expanded label for DemoPan for beans, 81-5.
5. Section 18 exemption for Permethrin on beans, 81-5.
6. Fungicide treatment of bean seed, 81-7/8.


Pest Control


1. 24(c) labels for monitor, 81-3.
2. Mites, Mites and Mites, 81-5.
3. Permethrin granted Section 18 for tomatoes, 81-9.
4. The Medfly and the Florida vegetable garden, 81-9.
5. Benomyl on potatoes for control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorium, 81-
10.
6. Permethrin on celery for control of vegetable leafminer, 81-10.
7. Section 18 labels since last report, 81-12.
8. Advocacy of pesticides not on the label, 81-12.
9. Crises exemption for use of Permethrin and Fenvalerate on cabbage,
81-12.


Seeds and Transplants


1. Factors affecting the replantin3j of cold damaged crops, 81-2.


Varieties and Types


1. Know your minor vegetables Lovage, 81-1.
2. Know your minor vegetables Bottle Gourd, 81-3.
3. Know your minor vegetables Armenian Cucumber, 81-4.
4. Know your minor vegetables Skirret, 81-5.
5. Know your minor vegetables Rakkyo, 81-6.
6. Know your minor vegetables Potato Onion, 81-7/89.
7. Know your minor vegetables Orach, 81-9.








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8. Influence of length of season on yield of the Duke tomato variety,
81-9.
9. Know your minor vegetables Boniatos, 81-10.
10. Know your minor vegetables Pumpkin, 81-11.
11. Know your minor vegetables Naked Seeded Pumpkin, 81-12.


Weed Control


1. Adjuvants definition and function, 81-1.
2. Loss of Vegedex, 81-3.
3. Potato vine killing for fresh market sales, 81-5.
4. Weed control by contact applicators, 81-7/8.
5. Weed control in crucifers, 81-9.
6. Dacthal to be in short supply, 81-9.


Notes of Interest


1. New Vegetable Crops faculty (Gilreath, Huber) 81-1.
2. New Publications, (Leesburg ARC, Research Report WG 80-7; Circular
196G), 81-1.
3. Vegetarian Index (79-7 to 80-12), 81-1.
4. Program for strawberry field day (Dover ARC) 81-1.
5. New Publications, (Sanford, CF 81-2; SV 81-1), 81-3.
6. Dr. George Marlowe, Jr. returns, 81-3.
7. Vegetable Calendar, 81-3.
8. New Publications (VC 1-1981), 81-4.
9. Field Day Calendar, 81-4.
10. Retirements (James Montelaro; Bob Showalter), 81-5.
11. New Publications (Hastings PR 81-3; Immokalee SF 81-1), 81-5.
12. Publications Available (Hastings 26 Field Days; Publications per-
taining to Vegetable Plant Diseases), 81-5.
13. Susan Gray leaving Vegetable Crops Department, 81-6.
14. Coming Events, 81-6.
15. New Publications (Leesburg WG 81-1, VC Research Report 81-3,
Bradenton GC 81-3; Immokalee SF 81-2), 81-7/8.
16. New Vegetable Crops Faculty (J. W. Scott, S. M. Olson, A. M.
McDonald), 81-7/8.
17. New Publications (Leesburg WG 81-3; Sanford CF 82-1, CF 82-2, VC
32), 81-9.
18. Results of the 1981 State 4-H Horticulture events, 81-9.
19. New Publications (Dover SV-1981-4, SV-1981-J, SV-1981-2, SV-1981-
3; Ft. Pierce RL 1981-3, RL 1981-4; Belle Glade EV 1981-4; Immoka-
lee SF 81-3; Bradenton GC 1981-7), 81-10.







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20. Vegetable Crops Calendar, 81-10.
21. New Publications (Bradenton GC 1981-9) 81-11.
22. Florida State Horticultural Society Vegetable Section Report,
81-11.
23. New Publications (Homestead SB 81-1; VC Research Report 81-5),
8112.
24. Vegetable Crops Calendar, 81-12.



II. CROPS


Beans


1. Expanded lable for Demosan for beans, 81-5.
2. Section 18 exemption for Permethrin on beans, 81-5.
3. Fungicide treatment of bean seed, 81-7/8.
4. Update on bush bean row spacing, 81-11.


Celery


1. Permethrin on celery for control vegetable leafminer, 81-10.


Crucifers


1. Fenvalerate (Pydrin) labeled for use on cabbage, 81-1.
2. Latent effects of cold on cruciferae, 81-4.
3. Weed control in crucifers, 81-9.


Lettuce


1. Naled (Dibrom 8E) given 24(c) state label on lettue, 81-1.


Onion


1. The onion as a computer, 81-5.








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Potatoes


1. Fenvalerate (Pydrin) labeled for use on potatoes, 81-1.
2. Benomyl on potatoes for control of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum,
81-10.
3. Potato vine killing for fresh market sales, 81-5.


Tomatoes


1. Some points to consider in the development of crop water budgets:
tomatoes, 81-7/8.
2. Permethrin granted Section 18 for tomatoes, 81-9.
3. Influence of length of season on yield of the Duke tomato variety,
81-9.
4. Nutrient film techniques solution temperature affect growth and
yield of tomatoes, 81-10.
5. Re-fertilizing full bed mulch tomatoes, 81-11.


Watermelon


1. Preliminary report on intended acreage for 1981 season, 81-3.
2. Copper fertility in watermelons, 81-12.




















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