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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
Horticultural Sciences Department
Publication Date: 1990-92
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Volume ID: VID00296
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VEGETARIAN INDEX


ASPARAGUS
Variety Trial......................................91-5:34

BROCCOLI
Variety Selection...............................90-6:2-3
Variety Trial.........................91-1:1-6, 91-10:2-3

CABBAGE
Chinese Cabbage Production...................... 91-5:2-3
Chinese Cabbage -Central Fla...................... 91-2:3

CANTALOUPE
Muskmelon EPA Definition..........................91-3:2-3
Variety Trial.................................... 91-8:2-3

CARROT
Florida Production............................... 91-9:2-3
Soil Moisture....................................92-4:2-3

CHLORINE
Effects of Chlorine on Plants.......................91-3:2

COMPOSTS
Compost Trial............... ....... ....... ........91-5:5
Educational Gardens..............................90-9:5-7
Fifield Hall Organic Gardens.....................90-4:6-7
Oak Leaves as an Amendment.......................92-9:6-7
Organic Amendments...............................92-1:5-7
Yard Waste Compost.............................. 92-11:5-7

CONFERENCES
Micro-Irrigation.............. ....................92-4:1
Nat'l Pepper Conference...........................90-3:3
Nat'l Jr. Hort. Assoc........................... 91-9:6-7
Post Harvest...........................91-4:5-6, 90-9:3-4
Seed Seminar......................................90-1:2-3
Specialty Vegetable............................91-10:3-4
Stand Establishment..90-4:6, 91-11:3, 92-2:3-4, 92-10:1-2
Strawberry................... ..................91-1:5-6
Suwanee Valley........................ 90-12:2-3, 91-12:1

CUCURBIT (See watermelon, pumpkin, squash, etc.)
Pollinators.................................... 90-5:3-5
Variety Trials................................90-10:3-4

EGGPLANT
Potassium Response..............................92-1:2-3

FERTILIZERS
Blossom-end Rot.................................90-8:3-5
Drip Application Frequency....................... 91-6:2-4
Fertilizer Demonstration..........................92-4:3
IFAS Recommendation Process........................ 92-9:4
Lb/A............... ............................... 91-9:2
Nitrogen Fertilizers............................92-3:1-2
Organic Matter...................................91-11:2-3
Principles.... ..................................90-4:2-3
Rate Reductions..................................91-7:2-3
Recommendations .................................... 90-6:2
Reduced Fertilizer Demonstration................92-6:3
Seepage Irrigation Band Placement................91-4:4-5

4-H
Congress........................ ................92-8:5-7
ELM Proposals....................................91-2:5-6
Horticulture Contest Results.....................90-8:5-6
Marion County National Winners..................90-12:6-7
Vegetable Slide Set..............................92-5:3-5
Water Management Project........................ 90-11:3-4
Water Shortage Aid.............................91-4:9-10




Bravo 720 on Watermelons..................91-3:7, 91-9:4-5
EBDC Use..................... ..................92-4:5-6

GARLIC
Production Potential.............................90-10:2-3

GREENHOUSE VEGETABLES
Florida Meeting..............................90-12:3-5

HERBICIDE
Alachlor Withdrawal..............................90-11:2
Bolero 8C.......................................... 90-2:5
Bolero 8C on Celery, Lettuce, Endive, Escarole.....91-3:6
Bravo 720 on Watermelons.................91-3:7, 91-9:4-5
Cobra Usage on Tomato and Pepper Row Middles......92-12:5
Command 4 EC for Peppers....................... .... 92-3:2-3
Diquat on Tomatoes and Peppers.........90-11:2-3, 91-11:7
Dual on Cabbage...................................91-3:6
Enquik on Strawberries............................90-9:5
Gramoxone Extra on Cabbage. ................ .......92-12:5
Gramoxone on Dry Beans..............................90-7:5
ID Publication................................ 90-11:4-5
IR-4 Meeting..................................... 92-9:5-6
IR-4 Tolerances.................................92-5:2-3
Last Year's Applications...........................90-5:7
Lorox DF on Parsley.......................... .......91-2:5
Off Season.............. ............................92-7:2
Paraquat on Melons and Lettuce......................91-4:8
Poast on Sweet Corn............................... 91-5:4
Poast on Bulb Vegetables............................ 91-1:7
Poast on Legumes................................... 90-5:7
Pursuit on Legumes................................. 91-4:7
Record-keeping......................................90-5:7
Roundup Labeling.................................92-12:5-6
Sulfonyl-Urea on Sweet Corn.......................91-9:5-6
Tank Mixing Herbicides.......................... 90-2:4-5

HYDROLOGY
Lake Apopka Unit Project......................... 92-12:4

INSTITUTES
Post-Harvest.......................................92-10:2
Sweet Corn.........................................91-12:1
Tomato.................................91-8:4-5, 91-9:3-4
Vine Crops......................................92-11:1-2
Watermelon........................................ 91-1:4-5

NEMATICIDES
Clandosan.......................................90-10:5-7
Vapam...............................91-11:7-8, 92-10:5-7

ONIONS
Day Length Effects................................ 90-12:6
Storage Quality.................................91-11:5-6

ORGANIC FARMING (See Composts)
Ants............................................ 91-7:6-7
Economics........................................ 91-3:3
Florida Council on Certification..................90-12:7
Nitrogen Fertilizers............................92-3:1-2
Organically Grown...............................92-4:3-5
Support Industries................................90-7:4-5

PEPPERS
Maturity Yields.................................. 90-7:3-4
Pepper Carton...................................... 92-9:5
Scotch Bonnet Variety............................92-9:4-5
Transplant Depth.................................92-11:2-3

PLANT & SOIL ANALYSIS
Changes to Form....................................91-3:2
Interpretation .................. .................91-9:2
Tissue Testing.................................91-3:3-4
Testing Plant Sap................................91-12:4-6




Cold Storage Air Quality................. 90-5:6, 90-6:4-6
Pepper Carton.....................................92-9:5
Ripening Tomato Simulations...................... 90-1:7-8
Tomato Packing Line Improvements...............91-10:4-5


Fertilizer Demonstration...........................92-4:3


PUBLICATIONS
Minor Vegetable Manual............................90-10:5


New Books.......................
New Horticulture Journal........
Vegetable Gardening Guide Rev...
Weed ID.........................


Calabaza Production.................
Fall Production....................


Carton Standards....................
Carton Standards for Peppers........
Handling and Shipping...............
Ripening Tomato Simulations.........
Vegetables.........................


..........91-10:1-2


....92-1:2
..90-3:5-6
.90-11:4-5


.............91-3:4-5
...............90-5:5


..92-8:1-2
....92-9:5
..92-1:4-5
..90-1:7-8
..91-7:4-5


SNAPBEANS


SOAPS


N Fertilization................................ ..92-8:2-3


Detergent Toxicity..................
Foliar Detergent Sprays.............


.............92-9:1-3
.............92-2:1-2


SOIL AMENDMENTS
Oak Leaves as an Amendment.......................92-9:6-7
Yard Waste Compost..............................92-11:5-7

SOIL TESTS
ESTL Changes......................................90-3:2


SOUTHERN PEAS
Organic Amendments...........................


..92-1:5-7


SPINACH


SQUASH



STRAWBERRY


SWEET CORN


Variety Trial....................................91-4:2-4


Summer Squash Defined.............................91-10:6
Winter Squash Amendment...........................91-11:6


Atmospheric Treatments for Shipping..............90-3:4-5


Best Variety..................................
Herbicide vs. Cultivar........................
Inflorescence Abnormalities....................


....92-2:4
..91-9:5-6
..92-6:3-4


SWEET POTATO
Weevil Varietal Resistence......................92-2:4-6

STATE FAIR 1993..............................................92-12:6-7


TOMATOES


Copper Toxicity..................................90-9:4-5
Geminivirus Subcommittee....90-3:2-3, 90-5:2-3, 90-12:5-6
Geminivirus Subcommittee........................91-11:4-5
Geminivirus Tomato Yield......................... 90-1:4-5
Geminivirus and Whiteflies.........................90-1:6
Reduced Fertilizer Demonstration....................92-6:3
seasonal Production.............................92-1:1-2
Size Revision.................................... ..91-9:1


POTATO


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WEED CONTROL


Thrips and Virus Control..........................90-4:4-5
Tomatillo.......... ............. ................92-7:1-2
Tomato Leaf Roll................................ 90-5:7-8
Tomato Packinghouse Improvements................91-10:4-5
Tomato Transplant Age Studies......................91-4:6
Varieties........................................ 92-1:1-2

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1991 Survey.......................................91-2:3-4
Age Studies.........................................91-4:6
Controlling Height...............................90-8:5
Planting Depths of Bell Peppers.................92-11:2-3
Greenhouse Industry-Fla...........................90-2:2
Handling and Shipping..................... ......... 92-1:4-5
Plug pH.................... ..................... 90-10:4-5
Survey...........................................92-5:1-2
Transplant Houses 1989-90.......................92-6:1-2
Virus Detection.................................91-7:5-6
Watermelon Production...........................90-2:2-4

MISCELLANY
1991 Record Size.................................92-3:3-4
Detergent Toxicity............................... 92-9:1-3
Foliar Detergent Sprays .......................... 92-2:1-2
Freeze Covers....................................90-1:3-4
Gardening Guide Rev............................91-12:6-7
Herbs...........................................91-1:7-8
Largest in '90........................90-2:5-6, 90-7:5-7
Largest in '91..................................91-6:4-5
Largest Varieties................................92-7:4-5
Micro-Irrigated Vegetable Beds................... 90-1:6-7
Miscellanous.................................. ... 90-6:6-7
Season Timing...... ..........................90-3:3-4
Sustainable Agriculture.........................91-1:2-4
Testing Plant Sap...............................91-12:4-6
Variety Demonstrations...........................90-9:2-3
Yields in Florida...............................92-10:2-4


Bee Attractants................................. 92-4:1-2
Icebox Varieties....... ................... ....90-11:3
Standard and Icebox Variety Evaluations......... 92-12:2-3
Seedless Variety Trials...............92-11:3-5, 91-12:3-4
Transplant Production............................ 90-2:2-4
Variety Trial.................................. ..91-8:3-4

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