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: 1976-77
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Volume ID: VID00405
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VEGETARIAN INDEX

1976-77 Production Season


I. CROPS

Crucifers

1. Cabbage Black Rot Regulations for Imported Plants, 76-12 (Commercial)
2. Harvesting and Handling of Fresh Market Cabbage, 76-12 (Commercial)


Cucurbits (Vine Crops)


Cutworm Control in Watermelon, 77-2 (Commercial)
Fruit Set in Watermelons, 76-7 (Commercial)
Irrigation Value in Watermelon Production in 1977, 77-6
(Commercial)
Squash Harvesting and Handling, 76-11 (Commercial)
Watermelon Grade Standards & Quality, 77-3 (Commercial)


Solanaceous Crops

1. Blossom-end Rot of Tomatoes, 77-6 (Gardening)
2. Deck Tomatoes, 77-4 (Gardening)
3. Deep Planting Tomatoes, 77-4 (Gardening)
4. How Big is an Acre of Tomatoes, 76-9 (Commercial)
5. Pointers for Control of Vegetable Leafminer and Tomato Pinworm,
76-9 (Commercial)
6. Tractor Furrow Weed Control for Tomatoes; 77-2 (Commercial)


Table Legumes

1. -Are Your Beans Ready to Pick, 77-5 (Gardening)
2. Control of Bean Molds, 77-1 (Commercial)


Minor Crops


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Anise, 76-12 (Gardening)
Banana Squash, 77-4 (Gardening)
Dill, 77-3 (Gardening)
Lentils, 76-10 (Gardening)
Ornamental Gourds, 77-6 (Gardening)
Peanuts, 77-5 (Gardening)
Pimiento, 76-11 (Gardening)
Rape, 76-7 (Gardening)
Sea Kale, 77-1 (Gardening)
Seedless Watermelons, 76-9 (Gardening)
Snow Pea, 76-8 (Gardening)
Vegetable Spaghetti, 77-2 (Gardening)







II. SPECIFIC TOPICS

Commercial Production

1. Checklist of Things to Consider Before Planting Vegetables,
76-9 (Commercial)
2. Cover Crops Can Reduce Weed Problems in Vegetable Rotations,
77-3 (Commercial)
3. Hairy Indigo Cover Crop for Nematode Control, 77-4 (Commercial)
4. The Increasing Role of F Hybrids in Modern Vegetable Crop
Production, 77-1 (Commercial)


Cultural Practices

1. Fertilization & General Sequence of Operations Under Full-Bed
Plastic Mulch Culture, 76-8 (Commercial)
2. Hairy Indigo Cover Crop for Nematode Control, 77-4 (Commercial)
3. Nutsedge Control in Vegetables Chemical Suppression & Year-
Round Management, 77-5 (Commercial)
4. Nutsedge Control in Vegetables Cultural Management, 77-4
(Commercial)
5. Root Injury Contributing Factors, 77-1 (Commercial)
6. Root Injury Correction in Vegetable Crops, 77-3 (Commercial)
7. Root Injury Prevention in Vegetable Crops, 77-2 (Commercial)


Fertilization and Liming

1. Chicken Manure in the Garden, 77-3 (Gardening)
2. Fertilization and General Sequence of Operations Under Full-Bed
Plastic Mulch Culture, 76-8 (Commercial)
3. Fertilizer Fieldmen's Training, 76-11 (Commercial)
4. Liming the Garden, 77-3 (Gardening)
5. Making Fertilizer Recommendations, 76-12 (Commercial)
6. Plant Food Removal by Various Vegetable Crops, 76-7 (Commercial)
7. Portable Soluble Salt Meter, 76-10 (Commercial)


Harvesting and Handling

1. Control of Bean Molds, 77-1 (Commercial)
2. Freeze-Damaged Vegetable Crops A Follow Up, 77-5 (Commercial)
3. Harvesting and Handling Freeze-Damaged Vegetables, 77-2 (Commercial)
4. Harvesting and Handling of Fresh Market Cabbage, 76-12 (Commercial)
5. Reducing Postharvest Vegetable Losses, 76-10 (Commercial)
6. Squash Harvesting and Handling, 76-11 (Commercial)
7. Watermelon Grade Standards & Quality, 77-3 (Commercial)








Irrigation A Drainage

1. Aids to Field Diagnosis: Portable pH and Soluble Salt Mreters,
77-6 (Commercial)
2. Calculatinn the Daily Water Needs of Vegetables, 77-5 (Commercial)
3. Irrigation Value in Watermelon Production In 1977, 77-6
(Commercial)
4. Water Conservation in the Early Growth of Vegetables, 77-4 (Commercial)

Pests and Control

1. Cabbage Black Rot Regulations for Imported Plants, 76-12 (Commercial)
2. Cutworm Control in Watermelon, 77-2 (Commercial)
3. Cutworms in the Garden, 77-4 (Gardening)
4. Diazinon Dual Purpose Insecticide, 77-5 (Gardening)
5. Hairy Indigo Cover Crop for Nematode Control, 77-4 (Commercial)
6. Influence of Water pH on Effectiveness of Pesticides, 76-8
(Commercial)
7. Pointers for Control of Vegetable Leafminer and Tomato Pinworm,
76-9 (Commercial)
8. Soil Fumigants vs. Granular Nematicides for Vegetable Crops in
Florida, 77-2 (Commercial)
9. Transplant Production Problems, 77-2 (Commercial)

Physiology, Growth, Reproduction

1. Fruit Set in 'latermelons, 76-7 (Commercial)
2. How Big is an Acre of Tomatoes, 76-9 (Commercial)
1. Influence of Water pH on Effectiveness of Pesticides, 76-8 (Commercial)
4. Nutritional Problems: Deficiency or Excess, 76-10 (Commercial)
5. pH Benefits from Good Management in Vegetable Production, 76-10
(Commercial)
6. Root Injury Contributing Factors, 77-1 (Commercial)
7. Root Injury Correction in Vegetable Crops, 77-3 (Commercial)
8. Root Injury Prevention in Vegetable Crops, 77-2 (Commercial)
9. Seed Germination, 77-3 (Gardening)
10. Soil pH Determination & Interpretation in Vegetable Production,
76-11 (Commercial)

Seeds and Transplants

1. Cabbage Black Rot Regulations for Imported Plants, 76-12 (Commercial)
2. Seed Germination, 77-3 (Gardening)
3. The Increasing Role of F, Hybrids in Modern Vegetable Crop
Production, 77-1 (Comm rcial)
4. Transplant Production Problems, 77-2 (Commercial)






Soils and Land tMananement

1. Aids to Field Diaanosis: Portable pH and Soluble Salt Veters,
77-6 (Commercial)
2. Cover Crops Can Reduce Need Problems in Vegetable Potations,
77-3 (Commercial)
3. Fertilization General Sequence of Operations Under Full-Bed
Plastic Mulch Culture, 76-8 (Commercial)
4. Hairy Indioo Cover Crop for Nematode Control, 77-4 (Commercial)
5. taking Fertilizer Recommendations, 76-12 (Commercial)
6. Nutritional Problems: Deficiency or Excess, 76-10 (Commercial)
7. pH Benefits from Good rManagement in Vegetable Production, 76-10
(Commercial)
8. Plant Food Removal by Various Vegetable Crops, 76-7 (Commercial)
9. Root Injury Contributing Factors, 77-1 (Commercial)
10. Root Injury Correction in Vegetable Crops, 77-3 (Commercial)
11. Root Injury Prevention in Vegetable Crops, 77-2 (Commercial)
12. Soil Fuminants vs. Granular Nematicides for Vegetable Crops in
Florida, 77-2 (Commercial)
13. Soil pH Determination & Interpretation in Vegetable Production,
76-11 (C commercial)
14. Soil Tests Available for Vegetable Crops from Gainesville Lab,
76-12 (Commercial)

Varieties and Types

1. "Floramerica" -- A New Tomato Variety for the Home Gardener, 77-6
(Gardening)
2. The Increasina Pole of F1 Hybrids in tModern Vegetable Crop Production,
77-1 (Commercial)

Weeds and Control

1. Cover Crops Can Reduce Weed Problems in Vegetable Rotations, 77-3
(Commercial)
2. Herbicide Registration for PMinor Crop Uses, 77-6 (Commercial)
3. Nutsedge Control in Venetables Chemical Suppression a Year-Round
Management, 77-5 (Commercial)
4. Nutsedae Control in Veoetables Cultural M1ananement, 77-3 (Commercial)
5. Tractor Furrow Weed Control for Tomatoes, 77-2 (Commercial)


Mi scel laneous

1. Community Gardening, 77-A (Gardening)
2. Community Gardening, 77-5 (Gardening)
3. Gardening Conversions, 77-6 (Gardening)
4. Pollinating Vegetables for Fruit Production 77-5 (Gardening)
5. Some Symptoms of Air Pollution Injury on Venetables, 77-3 (Commercial)
6. Sumner Vegetable Garden, 77-6 (Cardenina)




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