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necrology - Florida State Horticultural Society
484
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
NECROLOGY
yardists Association in 1928-29; President of the
George E. Morison
George E. Morison was the victim of a tragic
automobile
accident near
on September 24, 1963.
Lake Wales,
Florida,
He was 39 years of age.
Mr. Morrison was born in Lexington, Kentucky.
He lived at Frankfort, Louisville and Danville,
Kentucky before moving to Lake Wales, Florida.
He
was
connected
Division
of
with
Waverly
the
Citrus
Growers
Production
Cooperative
Waverly, Florida, at the time of his death.
of
Mr.
Morison was an Episcopalian and a member of
the Elks Club and Arrow Club of Lake Wales.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ann Morison;
one daughter, Miss Ann Taylor Morison; a sister,
Miss Ethel Morison; and his mother, Mrs. G. E.
Morison.
Few men have so profoundly influenced Flor
ida Agriculture in five short years as did Mr.
Tenny. He was one of the BIG FIVE (consisting
of P. H. Rolfs, H. Harold Hume, W. J. Krome,
Wilmon Newell and Lloyd S. Tenny) who played
a tremendous part in Florida Horticulture.
L. B. Skinner
Mr.
(for years President of the So
ciety) brought Mr. Tenny to Florida to organize
the Growers and Shippers League in 1913.
Soon
thereafter Dr. E. W. Berger took to his office
samples of Citrus Canker because Mr. Tenny
had been a Pathologist. Mr. Tenny recognized
Soon, the eradication of Citrus Canker was
Stanley Tenny, 86, passed away No
vember 2,
1929-30; and General Manager of the
Chicago Mercantile Exchange from 1929 to 1943
when he retired.
it as a very serious threat and "sold" Florida au
thorities on the idea that eradication would be
cheaper in the long run than control.
Lloyd Stanley Tenny
Lloyd
Federal Fruit Stabilization Corporation of Cali
fornia
1962, at the Paint Branch Nursing
made the number one objective of the Growers
and
Shippers
League
because
Florida
had
no
department in its government which could under
Home at Hyattsville, Maryland.
He was born near Hilton, N. Y. in 1876.
He
take it, no funds and no law.
Mr. Tenny threw himself into the fight with
received his A.B. Degree from the University of
Rochester in 1902, served as Assistant Path
all of his tremendous energy, skill, knowledge and
ologist with the U. S. Department of Agriculture
resourcefulness.
from 1902 to 1904, as Assistant Promologist 1904
ganization, raised the finances and together with
He
whipped
together
an
or
to
the others of the BIG FIVE drew up
and se
until 1908 when he returned to Cornell for further
cured the passage of the "FLORIDA
PLANT
study.
ACT
1907, and as
Promologist for the U.S.D.A.
From 1911 to 1913, Mr. Tenny was with
OF
1915."
Having secured the law that
Cornell's Agricultural Extension Department, be
was necessary, he helped the others select the
ing advanced to Professor of Extension.
"PLANT COMMISSIONER,"
the
first
state
leader
of
county
He was
Agricultural
Agents in New York and helped organize the
Inspection
first Farm Bureaus.
with the U.S.D.A. was
Mr.
Tenny
was
Secretary-Manager
of
the
Florida Growers and Shippers League from 1913
to
1916,
Secretary of Florida
East Coast As
Dr. Wilmon New
ell; the "State Nursery Inspector" and the "Port
Department,"
which
in
cooperation
responsible for the in
spection of all plants entering the
State from
foreign countries.
Having helped make the Plant Board a going
sociates 1916-17, and Secretary-Treasurer of the
concern, Mr. Tenny turned his attention to the
Coral Reef Nurseries from 1917 to 1918.
task for which he had been brought to Florida,
Mr. Tenny was Vice-President of the Eastern
Fruit and Produce Exchange of Rochester, N. Y.,
that
of
getting
better
rail
rate
schedules for
Florida growers and shippers.
and the North American Fruit Exchange of New
The timely arrival of Mr. Tenny in Florida
York City and president of the Southern States
was a big factor in saving the citrus industry
Produce
from being wiped out by citrus canker.
Distributors
from
1918
to
1921.
The
Bureau of Agricultural Economics called him as
Mr.
Tenny
retired
in
1943,
and
moved
to
Assistant Chief 1921 to 1926 and as Chief in 1928.
Hendersonville, N. C, where he lived until shortly
He was Vice-President of the California Vine-
before his death.
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He was made an Honorary Member of the
Society in 1956, in absentia, as due to his health,
he was unable to attend the annual meeting.
He is survived by his wife, Paint Branch
Nursing Home, Hyattsville, Maryland; two sons;
one daughter; and several grandchildren.
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for Salada-Sheriff-Horsey in Plant City, a po
sition he held until his retirement June 30, 1961.
He was a member of the Florida State Horti
cultural Society for 35 years, serving as vicepresident of the Processing Section in 1961. In
1952-53, Gray was chairman of the Florida Sec
tion of the Institute of Food Technologists. He
was made an honorary member of the Society in
1962.
He
Gray Singleton
Gray Singleton passed away at his home in
Lakeland, Florida, on April 29, 1963, at the age
of 73.
He was born in Gadsden, Alabama, in 1890,
but his family moved to Arcadia, Florida, when
he was only a few months old.
His father and
uncle had built the first pebble phosphate mine
in Florida the previous year and were engaged
in its operation.
The Singleton family moved to Fort Meade
in 1907, then to Bartow where Gray graduated
from Summerlin Institute high school in 1909.
He
attended
Emory
College
near
Atlanta,
Georgia, and graduated in 1912 as an agricultural
chemist.
After a short stint as a drygoods salesman
during
the
industry in
depression
1912-14,
that
Gray
hit
was
the
phosphate
employed
as
was
the
author
of numerous scientific
papers and patents, principally in the fields of
phosphate recovery and processing, and citrus
production and processing. He published eight
papers in the Proceedings of the Florida State
Horticultural Society and for two years wrote a
series of weekly articles for Quick Frozen Food,
a food industry magazine.
Although retired, he still actively pursued
his hobby of gardening. For twenty years he
was active in the First Presbyterian Church of
Lakeland, serving as teacher, deacon and elder.
He was made Elder Emeritus in September, 1962.
His friendly spirit and cheerful readiness to
be of help in any situation are legend among his
friends and acquaintances.
He
is
survived
by his wife, a
son
and
a
brother.
a
chemist in the fertilizer laboratory of the Inde
pendent
Chemical
Company
near
Fort
Meade.
With time out as a second lieutenant with the
United States Air Service in World War I, he
Charles H. Steffani
remained with that company until 1925, attaining
the position of manager of the phosphate mine.
Gray turned his interests to citrus in 1925,
serving until 1931 as consultant to such wellknown firms as Gentile Brothers, L. Maxcy, Inc.,
Barney Kilgore, J. W. Keen and Sons and Cody
Graves. He accepted the position of chief lab
oratory supervisor for the Florida Department
of Agriculture in 1931 and two years later became
soils chemist for the Federal Land Bank of Co
lumbia, South Carolina.
In 1942, Gray joined the Lakeland Highlands
Canning
Company
at
Highland
City
as
vice-
president in charge of research and control. Five
years later, he became director of research for
Southland Foods, Inc., of Plant City, where he
had a direct hand in the development of many of
that company's frozen products, evaluating many
new vegetable varieties
frozen food field.
for
usefulness
in
the
Gray was named in 1953 as chemist in charge
of quality control and new product development
Charles H. Steffani was born September 30,
1885, on a farm in what is now the suburbs of
Washington, D. C. He attended schools in that
area, after which he entered the service of the
U. S. Department of Agriculture in the office of
Foreign Plant and Seed Introduction. In 1911,
he was transferred to the Plant Introduction
Garden in Miami Florida, to work with propa
gation and culture of avocados, mangos and other
tropical fruits. With the expansion of this de
partment, he was transferred to Chapman Field
Plant Introduction Garden in 1920 to continue
work in tropical horticulture.
In 1925, he was employed by the Singer In
terests in Palm Beach, Florida, and placed in
charge of all their outside ornamental work in
developing the new resort area. In 1926, he
moved to Dade County as Assistant County Agent
and in 1929, became County Agent. He was
County Agent there until he retired September
30, 1955.
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Mr. Steffani had a wealth of wisdom in deal
ing with people.
creased
and
His educational experience in
expanded
through
a
never-ending
interest in his fellow man. His abounding energy
and search for knowledge established him as an
authority in the field of agriculture.
His prac
tical
of
work
and
careful
application
known
scientific facts made him a talented culturist.
Mr. Steffani enjoyed the full confidence and
cooperation of all individuals and groups.
His
research
worker
and
enjoyed
working
in
the
fields in an effort to reduce the losses caused by
the vegetable virus diseases. Much of his re
search has been published and is being used in
vegetable production.
Dr. Anderson was active in community life
and in his religious faith. He was married and
had three children. His family and the agricul
tural research area has lost a dedicated friend in
his untimely passing November 23, 1962.
high professional standard of service, his ready
acceptance
of responsibility and the skill with
which he discharged obligations resulted in good
will and esteem for himself and the Florida Agri
cultural Extension Service generally.
Throughout his long period of service, he had
an
important part in the
advancement of the
state agricultural resources and the building of
Extension work on a sound basis.
He was made an Honorary Member of the
Society in 1958.
He is survived by his wife, Levenia, Home
stead; two sons, Charles, U. S. Army, Europe;
Noel, Homestead; five daughters, Mrs. Robert E.
Reeley, Sanford; Sister Mary Raephael, Miami;
Mrs. Howard Graham, Miami; Mrs. E. T. Hicks,
Cutler Ridge; and Mrs. Joe Worley, Hialeah;
ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Harold Wesley Dorn
Harold Wesley Dorn, 76, a pioneer in the
South Miami area passed away in Rome, Italy, on
September 29, 1962.
When he arrived in 1910 at the Miami Florida
East Coast Railroad station from Chicago, there
were about 5,000 people in all of Dade County.
Areas south-west of Miami, then a small town
on the Miami River, were very sparsely settled.
He and his brother, Robert W. Dorn, did some
early farming in the east glade and purchased
pineland to plant some of the very first groves
of Haden mangoes and various varieties of avo
cados.
Settling in the town of Larkins (later named
South Miami and on whose council he once
served) on the Florida East Coast Railroad, nine
miles southwest from the center of Miami, the
Chris William Anderson
ceived the Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1950.
brothers started shipping mangoes and avocados
to northern cities, later branching into citrus and
winter vegetables. But it was the Haden mango
that was Harold Dora's permanent interest. He
planted some of the first trees released by nurs
eryman George B. Cellon, from the original
Haden tree in Coconut Grove and was shipping
this tropical fruit as recent as June, 1962. For
many years he was the largest mango shipper in
South Florida, using a packing house built in
1914 and located in the center of present South
That
Miami until 1959.
Florida's horticultural industries lost a cap
able virus pathologist in the untimely death of
Dr. Chris W. Anderson.
He was associate vir-
ologist stationed at Gainesville.
He
was
California.
born
April
20,
1920
in
Piedmont,
He attended Elementary School and
College in California.
He served his country in
the air-force during the Second World War.
He
returned to the University of California and re
year
Experiment
he
Florida
Agricultural
Station research staff
joined
the
as assistant
plant pathologist.
An avid student of local history, Mr. Dorn
became an authority on the history of southern
He undertook the difficult task of identifying
and cataloging the virus diseases affecting vege
tables in central and north Florida.
His training
Florida, especially its horticulture.
Parallel with his horticultural interests were
his hobbies of literature, art and music.
It was
in insect vector relationship with plant viruses
in pursuit of these interests that he was once
enabled him to determine the means of spread
again in Europe when the heart attacks occurred.
of many of the vegetable viruses. Through his re
He is survived by his wife, Mabel, authority
search in the greenhouse and laboratory he es
tablished many wild weed hosts that harbored
and author of four books on South Florida Horti
culture; a daughter, Alice, Instructor at Western
viruses throughout the year.
Reserve
He was a tireless
in
Cleveland;
and
three
sons,
Lewis,
NECROLOGY
Philip and Kenneth and six grandchildren, all
living in the South Miami area.
Laurin G. Smith
Laurin G. Smith passed away at his home in
Atlanta, Georgia on August 12, 1963. He was 67
years of age at his death.
Prior to his death, Mr. Smith was Florida
representative of the Tennessee Corporation for
about 14 years.
Mr. Smith received his formal education at
the University of Georgia.
Prior to his association with the Tennessee
Corporation, he was connected with Allied Chemi
cal and Dye Corporation, Nitrogen Division,
Chipman Chemical Corporation and Niagara
Chemical Corporation.
He was an active member in the Society.
He is survived by his son, Laurin, Jr.,
Jacksonville, Florida; two brothers and a sister.
Gilbert L. Stout
Dr.
Gilbert
L.
Stout,
internationally known
plant pathologist, Chief of the Bureau of Plant
Pathology,
California
ture,
suddenly
died
of
Department
a
heart
of
Agricul
attack
in
his
office at the Department in Sacramento April 19,
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outstanding for his work in virus diseases of
fruit and nut trees and grapevines; peach mo
saic disease control and eradication; methods for
certifying nursery stock for freedom from dis
ease; and prevention of the introduction of di
seases into disease-free areas. He was instru
mental in establishing the indexing work on
stone fruits, citrus and grapevines now required
for all foreign importations before they can be
released to importers.
Dr. Stout was a member of the American
Association for the Advancement of Science;
American Phytopathological Society; Vice-President and President of the Pacific Division, 19521954; member of the Society's Committee on
Regulatory and Foreign Plant Diseases, 19541961; chairman of the committee in 1957-1961;
Society of Sigma Xi; Entomological Society of
America; International Organization of Citrus
Virologists; delegate to the 8th and 9th Inter
national Botanical Congresses, Paris, 1954, and
Montreal, 1959; delegate to the 1st and 4th
Symposis and Virus Diseases of Fruit Trees in
Europe, 1954 and 1960.
Dr. Stout was a charter member of Chapter
No. 2, California State Employees' Association,
and the State Men's Club. He was active in
the work of the California State Employees'
Association in its formative years.
He is survived by his wife and a daughter,
Mary S. Lovell, both of Sacramento.
1963.
Dr. Stout was born July 14, 1898, in Delhi
Township, near Cincinnati, Ohio. He was granted
an A.B. degree by Miami
University,
Ohio;
a
B.S. degree by the University of Illinois; and an
honorary degree of Doctor of Science by Miami
University in 1958.
Dr.
Stout went to California from Urbana,
Illinois in 1930. He was appointed to the position
of Chief of the Bureau of Plant Pathology on
May 1, 1950, succeeding David G. Milbrath, re
tired. He was an employee and official of the
Department for more than 33 years.
His
career
included
service
as
assistant
in
botany at Miami University and the University
of Illinois; instructor, Miami University; field
botanist, Illinois State Natural History Survey;
Associate Plant Pathologist, California Depart
ment of Agriculture; Assistant Chief of the
Bureau of Plant Pathology; and Collaborator,
United States Department of Agriculture.
Dr. Stout was an internationally recognized
expert in regulatory plant pathology and was
Clarence C. Thullbery
Clarence C. Thullbery, for many years a Sus
taining Member of the Florida State Horticul
tural Society, died September 23, 1963, in Tavares, Florida, at the age of 77 years.
Born in Allerton, Illinois, Mr. Thullbery
moved to Lake Wales, Florida, in 1914. There
he joined with his brother, Howard, in forming
the Thullbery Brothers Grove Caretaking Service.
Their company planted several thousand acres
of citrus in the Lake Wales area, the heart of
what is known as the Ridge Section.
In 1939, he accepted a position with the Lake
Region Packing Association of Tavares. He was
associated with them since that time, being Ex
ecutive Vice-President of the Association at the
time of his death.
Mr. Thullbery was very active in the civic,
fraternal and religious life of his home town.
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Mr. Thullbery was a Methodist, a member of
the Masonic Lodge, Tavares Kiwanis Club and
PTA and was a past president of the Tavares
Chamber of Commerce. He served on the Tavares
town council for several years.
He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. B. Y.
Pennington, Tavares; a brother, Howard A.
Thullbery, Lake Wales; and several nieces and
nephews.
H
JOHN S PHIPPS
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
REPORT ON FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL COUNCIL
On May 1st in Lake Alfred:
Of the various research, education, extension and pro
tective agency budgets in which the Council is properly
interested, there was fortunately some improvement in
The Survey Committee reported on facilities available for
the 1964 Annual Meeting and announced that the 77th
Annual Meeting would be held at the Carillon Hotel
in Miami Beach, November 3-6, 1964. This decision was
approved by vote of the Executive Committee.
salary funds.
The Florida Department of Agriculture was granted
funds for additional pesticide laboratory operations relating
to residues of pesticides, etc.
There was some improvement in the Operating Expense
Funds of the Agricultural Experiment Stations and very
slight improvement in expense funds for the Agricultural
Extension Service. There was little or no improvement in
Operating Capital Outlay or additions to staff, either pro
fessional
or
In order to make available Volumes 1-4 of the Proceedings,
now recorded only in early copies of trade publications,
it was moved and carried that these volumes be printed
in permanent form comparable to the page size of the
current volumes.
After considerable discussion the Publication Committee
was given authority to decide as to whether or not a
fourth session would be necessary for any Section at
non-academic.
The matter of buildings for agricultural needs over the
state was a blank except for a special bill authorizing
$200,000 for construction at the Gulf Coast Station. This
apparently was considered as a hedge against possible defeat
of the bond issue.
The bond issue was approved by the voters on November
5 and of the 75 million dollars authorized in buildings as
listed by the legislature, only $200,000 was for agricultural
buildings. This points out the necessity of this vital subject
being presented to the 1965 session of the legislature in a
manner to
get
results.
The Council was successful in getting clarification of
authority relating to certain federal grant funds which are
solely the responsibility of the Director of the Agricultural
Experiment Stations and Director of the Agricultural Exten
sion Service.
Your representatives would like to point out that the
legislature consists of senators and representatives, and
candidates for state offices, from all parts of the state;
and in fairness to them, individual members of this Society
would do well to personally familiarize these good folks
with the program of the Agricultural Council when it is
available.
Agriculture is directly and indirectly responsible for
much of the tax monies used to operate our state, including
schools. It is sound business for the state to appropriate
necessary funds to maintain this major source of revenue.
The officers and executive committee of the Agricultural
Council worked hard. They are entitled to our thanks. Each
one of us must work hard too, or risk failure—or be guilty
of riding free. We believe you will do your share.
REPORT OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
1963
Four meetings of the Executive Committee were held du
ring 1963 with Dr. Herman J. Reitz, President, presiding as
chairman.
The following matters were discussed and ap
propriate action, where necessary, was taken.
the Annual Meeting.
On September 26th in Miami Beach:
The Audit Committee certified that the Treasurer's report
for the year
The Secretary reported a total registration at the 1962
Annual Meeting of 849. Of this number 743 were mem
bers and 106 were visitors or guests.
Following a discussion of the 1962 Annual Meeting it was
moved and carried that
Pre-convention
registration
and
the
Modified
American Plan be made a permanent part of the
Annual meeting.
fee
at
the
Annual
Meeting
be
held
(c) Titles of papers, accompanied by an abstract, shall
be submitted
to
the
Sectional
Vice
Presidents
at
least 90 days prior to the Annual Meeting. Fail
ure to submit an abstract will disqualify the title.
(d) Each author shall honor his agreement to pay
for all pages over his allotment at the agreed price
per page. Any author in arrears of such payment
will forfeit his privilege of publishing in the Pro
ceedings until full payment is made.
Committee Appointments
President.
for
1963
were
made
by
the
A special committee was appointed to prepare a brochure
describing the Society's aims and objectives, together
with a brief outline of its 75-year history. Such a publi
cation
could
be
used
by
soliciting new members.
the
was
in
order.
The Publication Committee reported that 5 bids had been
requested for printing the 1963 Proceedings. On the basis
of bids received it was moved and carried that the con
tract for printing the 1963 Proceedings be awarded to
E. O. Painter Printing Company of DeLand.
The Sectional Vice-Presidents selected 2 members from
each section to serve on the Nominating Committee for
for 1964, with the President designating the Chairman.
On
November
5th
in
Miami
Beach:
The Publication Committee was authorized to reproduce by
the Zerox process, 100 copies of Volumes 1-4 of the
Proceedings at a cost not to exceed $400.
The Treasurer reported the cost of printing 10,000 copies
of the membership brochure to be $96.82. The Society is
indebted to Mr. Robert R. Heck, Technical Representative
of the International Minerals and Chemicals Corporation,
for his help in designing the brochure.
It was moved and carried, subject to the approval by a
majority vote of the membership present at the annual
business meeting to revise the Constitution and By-Laws
of the Society where necessary so that the immediate
Past President shall serve as Chairman of the Executive
Committee.
Respectfully submitted
Ernest L. Spencer, Secretary
ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETING
Treasurer R. R. Reed reported cash on hand for operating
expenses as of January 1, 1963 as $9,410.31. A portion
of these funds has been invested in Bank Certificates
at 4% interest.
(b) Registration
at $3.00.
1962
The format for the membership brochure, as presented by
the special committee, was accepted. The committee was
directed to print 10,000 copies, prior to- the Annual
Meeting if possible.
On January 10th in Lake Alfred:
(a)
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Membership
Committee
in
Miami Beach, Florida
November 6, 1963
The meeting was called to order at 11:10 A.M. by Dr.
Reitz, President.
Minutes of the 75th Annual Business Meeting held in
Miami Beach, November 1, 1962, were approved as printed
in Volume 75 of the Proceedings.
The report of the Executive Committee as presented by
Dr. Ernest L. Spencer, Secretary, was approved as read
and are printed elsewhere in these Proceedings.
The report of Treasurer R. R. Reed was approved as read.
This report, as amended through December 31, 1963 is
printed elsewhere in these Proceedings.
In order to better utilize the training and experience
gained by the President during his term of office, it was
moved and carried that the Constitution (Articles XI, XIII
and XIV) and By-Laws (Auditing Committee) of the Society
be revised where necessary so that the immediate Past Presi
dent shall serve as Chairman of the Executive Committee.
Herman J.
Special Committee Reports
Florida Agricultural Council—Frank L. Holland reviewed
the activity of the Council during the 1963 session of the
State Legislature.
He pointed out that agriculture would
receive only a very minor part of the bond issue for educa
tional buildings.
Membership—As of November 5, 1963 membership in the
Society totaled 1,488.
Dr. John R. King reported that 84
new members had joined during the first 10 months of 1963.
Necrology—This report as printed elsewhere in these
Proceedings was presented by M. R. Buckalew.
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
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Resolution—The resolution as printed elsewhere in these
Proceedings was adopted as read by Howard A. Thullbery.
Nominating—The nominees for the 1964 Executive Com
mittee as presented by George M. Talbott and listed at the
front of these Proceedings were elected by a unanimous
ballot
cast
by
the
Secretary.
The meeting was adjourned at 12:05 A.M.
RESOLUTION
WHEREAS,
the
seventy-sixth
Florida State Horticultural
cessful meeting, and
Annual
Society
has
meeting
been
a
of
4. Robert S. Pryor, Henry F. True, W. C. Buchanan, J.
F. Cochran, Dr. Margaret Mustard, Aaron Hutcheson, Sey
mour Goldweber, Raleigh S. Griffis, and John H. Causey,
Local Arrangements Committee, and
5. Arnold Keithlin, Director of Sales; Jack Wofford, Ex
ecutive Convention Coordinator; and other members of the
staff of the Carillon Hotel for the hospitality party and
other courtesies extended to the Society.
MEMBERSHIP REPORT
the
ANNUAL CONVENTION MEETING
THE CARILLON HOTEL
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. - 1963
most suc
WHEREAS, the success has been largely due to the
splendid efforts of the officers, Executive Committee and
other special committees in the planning of this meeting
and in the affairs of the Society ;
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, by the Florida State
Horticultural Society that it express its sincere appreciation
and gratitude to:
1. General
Officers:
President Dr. Herman J.
Reitz,
Secretary Dr. Ernest L. Spencer, Treasurer R. R. Reed,
Publication Secretary Ralph P. Thompson, Editing Secretary
W. L. Tait; and
2. Sectional Vice Presidents Gerald G. Norman, Donald
S. Burgis, Dr. Carl W. Campbell, Dr. Jasper N. Joiner and
Dr. M. F. Oberbacher; and
3. John Henry Logan, Dr. Ray D. Gerwe, Don S. Bryan,
Robert S. Pryor, Dr. Irvin W. Wander, Members-at-Large
of the Executive Committee; and
Sustaining
Annual
Colleges & Libraries
Out of Country
UNPAID
373
676
60
230
15
Honorary
Life
Total
NEW MEMBERS:
Sustaining
Annual
PAID
57
15
1,121
305
Membership
TOTAL
10/31/63
15
69
ADVANCED CONVENTION REGISTRATION: 234
MEMBERS DECEASED DURING 1963: 10
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEPITS AND DISBURSEMENTS
DECEMBER 31, 1963
RECEIPTS:
$ 9,410.31
Cash on Hand January 1, 1963, Peninsula State Bank, Tampa, Florida
Membership Fees:
Sustaining—1962
Sustaining—1963
Sustaining—1964
Annual—1962
Annual—1963
Annual—1964
$
30.00
3,814.00
136.00
94.20
5,568.35
210.00
9,852.55
926.88
1,500.00
260.00
TOTAL MEMBERSHIP FEES
Index, Proceedings & Misc Sales
Maturity of Bank Certificates
Interest on Bank Certificates
Interest on Government Bonds
Total Convention Registration
Total Banquet Ticket Sales
457.50
2,148.00
3,430.00
18,574.93
TOTAL RECEIPTS
$27,985.24
TOTAL RECEIPTS TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR
DISBURSEMENTS:
Audit—1962
Proceedings—1962
Fla.
Agricultural
C onvention—1963
100.00
8,379.23
100.00
4,604.94
395.56
350.00
425.98
1,000.00
Council—1963-64 Dues
Stationery, Printing & Postage—1963
Clerk Hire—1963
Miscellaneous—1963
Purchase of Bank Certificate
$15,365.71
TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS
$12,629.53
Cash in Peninsula State Bank of Tampa—12/31/63
COMMITTED DISBURSEMENTS:
8,000.00
Proceedings—1963
$ 4,629.53
Cash on Hand for Operating Expenses
Respectfully submitted,
R. R. REED,
Treasurer
1,426
25
37
1,488
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
491
LIST OF MEMBERS
1963
HONORARY
Brown, A. C, 2700 N.W. 4th Place, Gainesville
Camp, Dr. A. F., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Carlton, R. A., 214 Hitakee Ave., Sebring
Fifield, Willard M., Sec.-Mgr., Fla. Agri. Research Institute,
307 N.E. First St., Gainesville
Hendricksen, Dr. H. C, Box 1045, Eustis
Holland, Frank L., Box 778, Winter Haven
Holland, Honorable Spessard L., Bar tow
Hoyt, IChr. Avery S., Bureau of Entomology & Plant Quaran
tine, TJSDA, Washington, D. C.
Hume, Dr. H. Harold, University of Florida, Gainesville
Jamison, Frank S., Vegetable Crops Dept., University of
Florida, Gainesville
Krome, Mrs. Wm. J., Box 596, Homestead
Mounts, M. U., County Agent, Rt. 3, Box 36-B, West Palm
Beach
Norris, R. E., County Agent, Box 1165, Tavares
O'Byrne, Frank M., 12 Lakeshore, Lake Wales
Peterson, Hon. J. Hardin, Lakeland
Reitz, Dr. J. Wayne, President, University of Florida, Gaines
ville
Robinson, Dr. T. Ralph, Terra Ceia
Spencer, Dr. E. L., Gulf Coast Experiment Station, Box
2125, Manatee Station, Bradenton
Tait, W. L., P. O. Box 695, Winter Haven
Thompson, Ralph P., P. O. Box 1000, Winter Haven
Thompson, W. L., Citrus Experiment Station, Box 1075, Lake
Alfred
Thullbery, H. A., Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co., Box
95, Lake Wales
Ward, W. F., Ward's Nursery, Inc., P. O. Box 846, Avon
Park
Winston, J. R., 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
Yothers, W. W., 457 Boone St., Orlando
LIFE
Albertson Public Library, Orlando
Andrews, C. W., The John Crerar Library, 35 West 33d St.,
Chicago 16, 111.
Barber, C. F., Macclenny
Barr, Mrs. James, 1606 7th Street, Sarasota
Bringham, M. S., Micco
Bullard, Henry F., Bullard & Sprott, Lake Wales
Carnegie, Mrs. T. M., Fernandina
Chidester, D. D., 446 Painter Ave., Whittier, Calif.
Dunedin Public Library, Dunedin
Ellsworth, Miss Wilma J., Box 722, Dade City
Hendricksen, Dr. H. C, Box 1045, Eustis
Hollingsworth, G. S., Arcadia
Hume, Dr. H. Harold, University of Florida, Gainesville
Iowa State College Library, Ames, Iowa
Jacocks, A. J., Daytona Motor Lodge, 257 N. Ridgewood,
Daytona Beach
Leonard, George, Hastings
Mathews, E. L., Plymouth
McCarty, Mrs. C. T., Rt. 1, Box 192 (Eldred), Ft. Pierce
Michael, A. B., Wabasso
Montgomery, Mrs. Robert H., Coconut Grove
Morrell, Albert, 133 E. Copeland Dr., Orlando
Mountain Lake Corporation, Lake Wales
O'Byrne, Frank M., 12 Lakeshore, Lake Wales
Phillips, Howard, Dr. P. Phillips Co., Box 3753, Orlando
Phipps, H. C, N. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach
Plymouth Citrus Growers Assn., Plymouth
Preston, Walter L., Manatee Fruit Co., First National Bank
Bldg., Tampa 2
Prosser, Lew, Plant City
Rhode, H., Sebring
Sloan, G. Dexter, Rt. 1, Box 218, Tampa 12
Taber, Mrs. George L., Glen St. Marys
Taylor, J. S., Largo
Todd, E. G., Avon Park
Von Borowsky, Miss Liza, Brooksville
Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., Box 4459, Jacksonville
Wirt, Sr., E. L., Box 144, Babson Park
Yothers, W. W., 457 Boone St., Orlando
SUSTAINING
Adams Groves, Inc., Rt. 1, Box 54, Auburndale
Adams Packing Assn., Inc., Box 37, Auburndale
Adams, Wm. G., Adams Citrus Nursery, 2020 Dundee Road,
Winter Haven
Agricultural Insecticide Co., Inc., 47 S.E. Ave. "B," Belle
Glade
Albritton, Mrs. Rosemary B., P. O. Box 93, Kissimmee
Alexander, J. F., Lake Garfield Nurseries Co., Box 154,
Bartow
Alphin, B. W., Div. Mgr., Armour Agricultural Chemical
Co., P. O. Box 3007, Jacksonville 7
American Agricultural Chemical Co., The, 100 Church Street,
New York 7, N. Y. Att'n Dr. J. A. Pelissier
American Potash Institute, 1102 16th St., N.W., Washington
6, D. C.
Anderson, Jr., Elmer S., FMC International, P. O. Box 1178,
San Jose, Calif.
Anderson, J. R., Florence Citrus Growers, Inc., Winter Haven
Anderson, Jr., L. B., Citrus Experiment Sta., 1210 Lake Otis
Dr., Winter Haven
Andrews, W. R. E., 1505 Race St., Philadelphia 2, Penn.
Arey, Phil, U. S. Rubber Co., Box 123, Montverde
Armstrong, Mrs. Myrtle, 724 N.E. 82d St., N. Miami 38
Arrington, W. S., S. Lake Apopka Citrus Growers Assn.,
Oakland
Ashley, Charles O., Tower Chemical Co., P. O. Box 585,
Clermont
Babb, Herbert A., The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Umatilla
Barber, Bascom D., Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., Box
685, Clearwater
Barnett, Joe P., Stauffer Chemical Co., 308 Mission Hills
Ave., Tampa 10
Bass, Mrs. James P., Bass Nursery, Rt. 3, Box 278, Manatee
Station, Bradenton
Beane, Robert, Stauffer Chemical Co., Garden Villa Apts.,
Apt. 5, 4317 N.E. 21st Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Beerhalter, A., Rt. 3, Box 300, Ft. Pierce
Bellinger, B. W., Tennessee Corp., Room 1824, 61 Broadway,
New York 6, N. Y.
Bennett, C. W., H. P. Hood
Dunedin
Berkshire Chemicals, Inc.,
&
Sons, Inc., P.
O. Box 97,
630 Third Ave., New York
17,
Bland,' W. T., Lake Jem
Boltin, H. H., Tower Chemical Co., P. O. Box 1415, Dade
City
Bonnell,
Box
338,
Bornstein, Julian J., 3416 Wilder Lane, Orlando
Boudet, James Lee, 2400 45th St., N., Ft. Pierce
Brandon, A. T., Waverly Growers Cooperative, Waverly
Bristow, J. J. R., Clinton Foods, Inc., Dunedin
Brooks, Joe P., Stauffer Chemical Co., 366 N. Main
J.
M.,
St.,
Bradenton
Tropicana Products,
Inc.,
P.
O.
Winter Garden
Brooks & Son, Inc., J. R., P. O. Drawer 9, Homestead
Bryan, Don S., Lake Garfield Nurseries Co., P. O. Box 154,
Bartow
Bryan, Leland R., Lake Garfield Nurseries Co., P. O. Box
154, Bartow
Bryan, Leslie T., Altamonte Springs
Bryan, O. T., Box 66, Lake Wales
Bryan, R. L., Lake Garfield Nurseries Co., P. O. Box 154,
Bartow
Buckalew, M. R., Executive Secretary, Indian River Citrus
League, P. O. Box 1867, Vero Beach
Burpee Co., W. Atlee, Sanford
Burrichter, A., P. O. Box 42, Homestead
Byrd, Jr., Carlisle A., Tower Chemical Co., P. O. Box 585,
Clermont
Campbell Farms Co., Jno. W., Goulds
Chaplin,
Charles,
Chaplin
Charles,
Wilbur,
Florence
Miami
Nurseries,
Citrus
633
N.E.
Growers,
Lake Cannon, Winter Haven
Chase, Jr., F. W., Windermere
Chase, Randall, P. O. Box 291, Sanford
119th
Inc.,
2121
St.,
S.
Chicago-St. Lucie Groves, 3950 S. Karlov Ave., Chicago 39,
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
492
Garden Path Nursery, 1314 59th St., S., St. Petersburg
Garrett, Harold, Minute Maid Groves Corp., Auburndale
Gay, Murray F., Growers Fertilizer Coop., 3105 Walnut St.,
Christie, James R., 8420 Starwan Rd., S., Jacksonville 11
Clark Fruit Co., W. H., P. O. Box 2520, Jacksonville
Clearwater Growers Assn., Clearwater
Clements,
L.
W.,
Lake
Garfield
Nurseries
Co.,
Box
154,
W., Winter Haven
Cochran, James F., Everglades Fertilizer Co., Ft. Lauderdale
Cohee, Paul R., Hercules Powder Co., Inc., 136 Catoma St.,
Gibb, Jr., William H., Gibb Groves, Rt. 1, Box 18, Clermont
Giger, Marcus A., Park Supt., 809 Parkway Dr., Ft. Pierce
Golden Gem Growers, Inc., Umatilla
Gosdin, G. W., Div. Mgr., Armour Agricultural Chemical
Colburn, Burt, Prod. Mgr., S. Fla. Growers Assn., 330 N.E.
Grahn,
Bartow
Coachman Properties, Inc., Box 900, Clearwater
Montgomery, Ala.
1st Road, Homestead
Comegys, Wallace, Rohm & Haas Co., 615 Sheridan Blvd.,
Orlando
Conkling, W. Donald, Citrus Culture Corp., Box 67, Mount
Dora
Conner, J. W., Continental Can
Winter Haven
Co., Inc.,
P.
O. Box 840,
Cooper, R. K., Florence Citrus Growers, Inc., Winter Haven
Corrugated Container Institute, P. O. Box 1752, Lakeland
Corsa, John T., P. O. Box 757, Vero Beach
Costa, Jose Antonio, Rt. 2, Box 168B, Homestead
Covington, Jr., D. D., Covington Fruit Packing Assn., Dade
City
Covington, Mrs. Joyce C, Covington Fruit Packing Assn.,
Crawford, John H., Crawford Company, P. O. Box 858, Merritt Island
D'Albora Co., J. V., Cocoa
Danley, Jr., Cole, P. O. Box 287, Lake Placid
Davis, D. Miles, Davis Bros., Inc., Frostproof
Davis, F. J., X-Cel Supply Co., P. O. Box 1290, Tampa 1
Deerfield Groves Co., Wabasso
Co.,
Lauderdale
Dye, Jr., John B., Everglades Fertilizer Co.,
Box
P.
O.
P.
O.
821,
Ft.
Box 821, Ft.
Lauderdale
East Hillsboro Citrus Nursery, Rt. 1, Box 607, Valrico
Edsall, R. S., 1828 28th Ave., Vero Beach
Egan, Joseph B., Egan Groves, Inc., P. O. Box 246, Vero
Beach
Enns, Wilbur G., Continental Can Co., P. O. Box 840, Win
ter Haven
Enzor,
J.
K.,
Eloise
Winter Haven
Groves
Assn.,
1645
Ave.
"E,"
N.E.,
Erck, Theodore A., Foremost Fertilizer Co., Leesburg
Estes, Alfred S., Box 938, Winter Haven
Evans, Thomas E., Evans Grove Service, Lake Alfred
Evers, Orris R., Evers Flower Farm, Rt. 5, Box 833, Lake
land
(33801)
Exchange National Bank of Tampa, The,
Tampa 1
P.
O. Box 1809,
Fawsett, Jr., Chas. F., Box 7811, Orlando
Fennell, J. M., Swift & Co., P. O. Box 295, Tice
Fla. Agricultural Research Institute, 307 N. E. First Street,
Gainesville
J.
Baker
&
Bro.,
P.
O.
Box
1273,
Graves, Jr., Hubert, Box 1896, Vero Beach
Graves, J. R., Vero Beach
Green, Ed, The Gulf Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 2721, Tampa 1
Gresham Exterminators, 202 N. Dale Mabry Highway, P. O.
Box 10019, Tampa 9
Griffin Fertilizer Co., Frostproof
Griffin, Inc., Ben Hill, Grove Division, P. O. Box 966, Avon
Park
Griffiths,
Dr. J.
Gro-Mor
Company,
T.,
Winter Haven
Eloise Groves
The,
John
City
Gunn, C. D., Route 1, Micanopy
A.
Assn.,
P.
Bender,
O.
Box
Box 1312,
409,
Haines City Citrus Growers Assn., Haines City
Haines City Heights, Inc., Haines City
Hale, Roger H., Tower Chemical Co., 822 27th
Plant
St.,
W.,
Harding, H. T., Vice Pres., The Winter
Box 195, Winter Park
Harlan, III, Wm. H., Growers Fertilizer
Park
Coop,,
Land
Co..
427
Ave.
Bean
Div.,
"G," S.E., Winter Haven
Harris, Jr., B. J., Box 209, Sebring
Hartt & Son, Inc., P. O. Box 1025, Avon Park
Hastings Potato Growers Assn., Hastings
Hawkins, Howard, Box 410, St. Augustine
Hayman, W. Paul, 945 Kissengen Ave., Bartow
Haywood, Jr., W. M., Box 676, Tavares
Hearn, F. L., The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Box 587, Bradenton
Hearne, A. G., Ridge Lake Groves, P. O. Box 758, New Port
Richey
Hector Supply Co., Box 1-1311, Miami
Helsel, Paul E., Asgrow Seed Co., 202 Walcaid Bldg.,
Bradenton
Hester, Jr., W. W., Hester Groves, P. O. Box 1067, Perrine
Hicks, Wallace B., Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., P. O.
Drawer 4459, Jacksonville 1
Hill, Lester B., Div. of Plant Industry, P. O. Box 551,
Largo
Hillpo, Inc., P. O. Box 277, Frostproof
Hodnett Groves, Drawer 351, Winter Haven
Hogan, G. B., 1919 E. Atlantic Blvd., Office No. 4, Pompano
Beach
Hogan, William D., Tower Chemical Co., P. O. Box 585,
Winter Garden
Hogshead, Raymond C, P. O. Box 521, N. Miami
Holiday,
J.
Rex,
Speed
Sprayer
Plant,
John
P. O. Box 3546, Orlando
Holtsberg, Bertha, Rt. 3, Box 447, Ft. Pierce
Hood, Paul, Ft. Pierce Growers Assn.,
Pierce
P. O. Box 775, Ft.
Hovey Nursery, T. R., Box 716, Ruskin
Hudson, Ken, Hudson Nursery, Rt. 5, Box 485, Tampa 12
Hughes, C. D., 500 Lake Otis Drive, Winter Haven
Hughes, Thomas J., Fla. Grower & Rancher Magazine, P. O.
Fla. Citrus Exchange, Box 2349, Tampa
Fla. East Coast Fertilizer Co., P. O. Drawer 8, Homestead
Fla. Farm Bureau Federation, Gainesville
Fla.
Fla.
Fla.
Fla.
Fla.
Fla.
Fla.
H.
Park
Driscoll, Paul J., 2114 21st St., N.W., Winter Haven (33880)
Duda, Jr., Andrew, A. Duda & Sons, Inc., Oviedo
Dundee Citrus Growers Assn., Dundee
Dye, Alfred M., Everglades Fertilizer
G.,
Bradenton
Winter Garden
Dickard, Jr., Andrew I., 1000 Fleck Ave., Orlando
DiGiorgio Fruit Corp., P. O. Box 1352, Ft. Pierce
Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co.,
Box 154, Okeechobee
Dolomite Products Div., Dixie Lime & Stone Co.,
Box 910, Ocala, Attn: Fred Montsdeoca
Dozier, James C, Foremost Fertilizer Co., Lee3burg
Walter
Hall, Jr., J. B., Hall's Grove Service, P. O. Box 1205, Avon
Dennis, Carol F., Growers Fertilizer Coop., 242 James Dr.,
Dixon, Ben F.,
Co., Davenport
Tampa 1
Graves Brothers Co., Wabasso
Favorite Fertilizer, Inc., Lakeland
Flower Assn., Inc., P. O. Box 1569, Ft. Myers
Fruit Co., 400 W. Main Street, Leesburg
Fruit & Vegetable Assn., P. O. Box 6787, Orlando
Nitrogen Company, P. O. Box 2619, Tampa 1,
Seed & Feed Co., Ocala
Southern Dolomite, Ltd., Pembroke
Flavor Pict Coop., Rt. 1, Box 727B, Delray Beach
Fleming, Philip J., Florida State University, Tallahassee
Forget, Louis C, The Gulf Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 2071,
Ft. Pierce
Box 2350, Tampa 1
Hunt, D. A., Hunt Bros., Inc., Lake Wales
Hunt, Ellis, P. O. Box 631, Lake Wales
Hurd, Bill (C. W.), Blue Goose Growers, Inc., 207 Cottage
Hill Rd., Orlando
Hurley, Bobby D., Orange County Fertilizers, Inc., Box 425,
Plymouth
Indian River Tomato Packers, Division of Scott-Mattson
Farms, Inc., P. O. Box 1028, Ft. Pierce
International Minerals & Chemical Corp., Plant Food Di
vision, P. O. Box 2567, Mulberry
Irrigation Equipment & Supply, P. O. Box 1083, Winter
Fortner, J. Leroy, Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co., 4458
Jackson, II, F. D., X-Cel Supply Co., P. O. Box 1290, Tampa
Fox, Alonzo N., A. Duda &
Jackson, James A., Growers Fertilizer Coop., 1890 Hermosa,
N. Lake Dr., Sherwood Estates, Sarasota
Ave., Brooksville
Sons, Inc.,
304 E. Ft. Dade
Friedrich, R. E., Rt. 3, Box 106-H, Leesburg
Frierson, Paul E., Div. of Plant Industry,
Seagle
Bldg.,
Gainesville Garden Club, c/o Mrs. James H. Smith, Univer
sity Sta., P. O. Box 2452, Gainesville
Gapway Groves, Inc., c/o Mrs. Emmie Gardner, Box 235,
Auburndale
Bartow
James, Jr., H. T., Graves Bros. Co., P. O. Box 535, Wabasso
Johnson, A. C, Plymouth Citrus Growers Assn., Plymouth
Johnston, Donald C., c/o E. O. Painter Printing Co.,DeLand
Johnston, S. Dick, c/o E. O. Painter Printing Co., DeLand
Johnston, S. Paul, c/o E. O. Painter Printing Co., DeLand
Jones, L. W., Armour Agricultural Chemical Co., Davenport
Karst, Loyd L., Karst, Inc., 2301 S. Summerlin, Orlando
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
Kauffman, Jr., John H., Grand Island Nurseries, Box 906,
Eustis
Kemp, William Ray, Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co., Rt.
2, Box 900, c/o Winter Haven Mobile Park, Winter
Haven
Kilburn, Robt. W., Fla. Citrus Canners Coop., Box 1111,
Lake Wales
Kime, Jr., C. D., Waverly Growers Cooperative, Waverly
Kinard, R. R., The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Box 607, Homestead
Kincaid, L. H., Arvida Groves Co., Box 1077, Ft. Pierce
King, Battey, Box 482, Naples
King, John R., W. R. Grace & Co., 802 Texas Court, Ft.
Pierce
Klemm & Son, A. M., Winter Haven
Knight, Richard E., C. L. Knight & Sons, Inc., Washington
at Jefferson, Tampa
Knox, Mrs. William C, 649 Isle of Palms, Ft. Lauderdale
Kopetz, Arnold A., Southeast Branch Laboratory, American
Can Co., P. O. Box 1732, Tampa 1
Krome, William H., Box 596, Homestead
Kuharske, C. M., Bay Lake Corporation, Rt. 1, Box 572,
Groveland
Lake Garfield Nurseries Co., P. O. Box 154, Bartow
Lambeth, Jr., Geo. S., 2505 19th St., Vero Beach
LaVo, Carl P., Swift & Co., Pompano Beach
Lee, James A., 2501 Lando Lane, Orlando
Lee, L. W., 820 S. Orleans, Tampa 6
Leibovit, Arthur B., 232A Royal Palm Way, Palm Beach
Letzner, Jr., Fred A., Stauffer Chemical Co., 708 E. River
Dr., Temple Terrace, Tampa 10
Lindsey, Ralph J., Indian River Exchange, Box 938, Vero
Beach
Little, C. Kenneth, Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co., Rt. 1,
Box 336, Odessa
Little, C. S., Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co., Rt. 1, Box
336, Odessa
Lockett, Norwood A., Foremost Fertilizer Co., Leesburg
Logan, J. H., 1530 Maple St., Clearwater
Long, Wallace T., Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co., 2701
Citrus Ave., Ft. Pierce
Long, Wm. G. Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Lucas, Glenn H., Peninsular Fertilizer Works, Box 11308,
Produce Station, Tampa 10
McAllister, Wm. A., Miami Spray Co., 1201 Opa Locka
Blvd., Opa Locka
McCollum, Jr., L. F., Fla. Nitrogen Co.,
Tampa
1
P.
O. Box 2619,
McCowan, Vaughn F., 1805 Chuli Nene, Tallahassee
McCullars, Forrest N., County Agricultural Agt., Courthouse,
Vero Beach
McCutcheon-Lando Nurseries, Inc., 1055 34th St., S., St.
Petersburg
McCutcheon, Kenneth, Growers Fertilizer Cooperative, Lake
Alfred
McLain, L. Rogers, The Gulf Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 2721,
Tampa 1
McMullen, W. R., 3422 Jean Circle, Tampa
McMurtrey, Jr., Wm. C, P. O. Box 131, Windermere
McSweeney, W. M., The Gulf Fertilizer Co., P.
2721, Tampa 1
MtTeer,
Louis
Haines City
H.,
Tower
Chemical
Co.,
32
N.
O.
10th
Box
St.,
Mabry, Jean E., Standard Spray & Chemical Co., 1248 Sun
set Ave., Lakeland
Mabry, Paul H., Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City
MacDonald, Don, Marneegil & Co., Rt. 1, Box 293-B, Lithia
MacDowell, Louis G., Fla. Citrus Commission, Box 1720,
Lakeland
Manatee Fruit Co., P. O. Box 160, Palmetto
Manee, Sr., H. R., The Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City
Marico, Inc., Box 494, Ocala
Mathews, E. L., Plymouth
Mathews, William H., 5302 Ashmeade Road, Orlando
Maxwell, Lewis S., 6230 Travis Blvd., Tampa (33610)
Mehrhof, Richard R., Columbia Nitrogen Corp., 3384 Peachtree
Rd.,
N.E.,
Atlanta,
Ga.
Meighen, W. A., 14019 N. Rome Ave., Tampa 12
Menninger, Edwin A., Stuart
Men's Garden Club of Mount Dora, c/o J. K. Mickley,
Treasurer, Mt. Dora
Mershon, Claud C, Claud C. Mershon, Inc., 472 Fairvilla
Road, Orlando
Michael, A. B., Deerfield Groves Co., Wabasso
Miller, Leon W., Rt. 1, Box 90, Maitland (32751)
Minton, O. R., Triple M Groves, 1810 Orange
Pierce
Mirth, Frank E., 455 Worth Ave., Palm Beach
Mitchell,
Dora
Edward
C,
Citrus
Culture Corp.,
Ave.,
Box 67,
Ft.
493
Moose, John T., Deerfield Groves, 1011 S. 12th St., Ft Pierce
Morrison, Allan E., U. S. Phosphoric Products, Division
Tennessee Corporation, P. O. Box 3269, Tampa 1
Morthland, Lail, Woodmar Groves, Weirsdale
Moseley, Mrs. Nicholas, 1083 Hillsboro Beach, Pompano
Beach
Mount Dora Growers Cooperative, Mount Dora
Murray Groves, 10908 Carrollwood Dr., Tampa 12
Myers,
Forrest
E.,
Fla.
Agricultural
Extension
University of Florida, Gainesville
Service,
Norris, John C, Minute Maid Groves Corp., Box 106, Indiantown
Oakley, L. C, U. S. Phosphoric Products, Division Tennessee
Corporation, P. O. Box 3269, Tampa 1
Ohlinger, Beth Wirt, Flying "O" Nursery, P. O. Box 147,
Babson Park
Oswalt, V. A., Oswalt, Inc., P. O. Box 738, Clermont
Palmer, Gordon, Osprey
Pasco Packing Co., Dade City
Pedersen, W. C, Waverly Growers Cooperative, Waverly
Perkins, Frank, Mississippi Valley Helicopters, Inc., 2610
Middlesex Rd., Orlando
Phillians, D. W., Mgr., Speed Sprayer Plant, John Bean
Division, P. O. Box 3546, Orlando
Phillips, Charles M., 509 N. Highland Ave., Clearwater
Phillips, Jr., Joel P., Plymouth Citrus Growers Assn., Ply
mouth
Phillips,
R. M.,
Valrico
Pike, J.
Pinellas
Pinellas
Pitman,
Stauffer Chemical Co.,
Rt.
1, Box 125C,
C, California Packing Corp., P. 0. Box 5568, Tampa
Growers Assn., P. O. Box 1560, Clearwater
Nursery, 200 20th St., S. E., Largo
Jr., R. G., Fla. Ponkon Corp., P. O. Box 426,
Apopka
Platts, Norman G., Rt. 2, Box 1143, Ft. Pierce
Plumer, W. S., Pres., Glades Chemical Co., P. O. Box 366,
Pahokee
Polk County Fertilizer Co., Haines City
Popham, Jr., J. H., Gardens, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale
Pospichal,
Seffner
A. T.,
Stauffer
Chemical Co.,
Rt.
1,
Box 63,
Pounds, Russell S., Pounds Motor Co., Inc., P. O. Box 248
Winter Garden
Prevatt, J. B., Lake Region Packing Assn., Tavares
Price, Jr., Ed. H., 3009 Riverview Blvd., W., Bradenton
Priebe, O. J., Rt. 1, Box 71, Clermont
Rabin, Harold J., 109 N. W. Ave. "E," Belle Glade
Radebaugh, L. Neil, Rt. 2, Box 732, Ft. Pierce
Raley, Mrs. W. L., P. O. Box 1112, Winter Haven
Ramsay, Mrs. Godfrey R., Sunset Lane, Rt. 3, Box 8, Lutz •
Randall,
Gary
T.,
Winter Park
Palm
Indian,
Inc.,
1457
Williams Dr.,
Range Line Groves, Inc., Box 686, Vero Beach
Ratcliff, Morris W., Fla. Citrus Canners Coop., Box 1111,
Lake Wales
Ravndal, Eric, P. O. Box 806, Maitland
Reed, R. R., The Gulf Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 2721, Tampa
Reitz, Herman J., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Richardson, D. K., Gracewood, Inc., 1855 28th Ave., Vero
Beach
Richardson, O. M., Rt. 1, Box 171, Auburndale
Ridge Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 351, Lake Wales
Roane, Ralph A., Tower Chemical Co., Box 585, Clermont
Roberts, Mallory, Area Sales Mgr., Bradley & Baker Division,
Columbia Nitrogen Corporation, 315 Madison St., Tampa
Robertson, Paul R., Rt. 1, Box 275, Vero Beach
Rogers, Leslie S., Rt. 1, Box 339, Odessa
Rogers, Norman L., Superior Fertilizer & Chemical
Co.,
809 Ohio Ave., Ft. Pierce
Rood, Roy S., Rood Landscape Co., P. O. Box 878, Jupiter
Ross, J. H., Box 167, Oakland
Rowan, Edsel W., County Agent, P. O. Box 511, Ocala
Ruder Nurseries, L. S., 1102 Palm View Ave., Clearwater
Ruder, Lucius S., 1102 Palmview Ave., Clearwater
Ruis, Richard, P. O. Box 887, Plant City
Russell, Hugh, 1955 28th Ave., Box 33, Vero Beach
Rutledge, Robert W., Gen. Mgr., Fla. Citrus Mutual, P. O.
Box 499, Lakeland
Ryburn, Alexander W., 915 Bougainvilla Lane, Vero Beach
S & M Farm Supply, Inc., P. O. Box 319, Princeton
Sachsenmaier,
Bill,
Sachsenmaier Caretaking
P. O. Box 751, Avon Park
Saurman, A. V., Box 1560, Clearwater
Service,
Inc.,
Schiffman, Jack, Mill Caretakers, Inc., 1801 S. Summerlin
Mount
Mobley,. C. Dennis, Tower Chemical Co., Rt. 2, Box 34,
Dade City
Monroe, Earl S., Monroe Groves, P. O. Box 444, Vero Beach
St., Orlando
Schmidt, Fred H., Chemagro Corporation, Suite 205, Knowel
Bldg., Knowles at Melbourne, Winter Park
Seidel, G. A., Gotha
Sellers, Dorman L., Superior Fertilizer & Chemical
P. O. Box 1202, Vero Beach
Co
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
494
Seminole Nurseries, Inc., 7800 Seminole Blvd., Largo, Attn:
Jesse W. Johnson
Sexton, C. Randolph, Sexton Talbert Produce Co., 2046
14th Ave., Vero Beach
Shinn, Jr., Charles, Lake Alfred
Simmons, Paul N., Broker, P. O. Box 260, Winter Haven
Simpson Nursery Co., P. O. Box 160, Monticello
Skinner, Jr., Ray, Rt. 2, Box 28, Sarasota
Slemmons, David G., 8004 Sharon Dr., Tampa 10
Slough Grove Co., Inc., Box 37, Dade City
Small
Orchids,
Inc.,
Park
Earl
J.,
6901
49th
St.,
N.,
Pmellas
Orlando
Smith, Donald G., Merck & Co., Inc., 3702 47th St., Lubbock,
Texas
&
Snively,
Growers,
Smith,
Stanley, Smith-Menninger,
Jr.,
Hamilton
Harvey
B.,
Box
Hamilton
Chemical
32,
Drawer 4459, Jacksonville 1
O.
Van Sickler, D. R., Treat Lychee Grove, Box 243, Laurel
Vets' Nurseries, P. O. Box 426, Seffner
Villemaire & Sons Nursery, A., Rt. 1, Box 210, Ruskin
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp., P. O. Box 2311, Orlando
Voss, George O., Stauffer Chemical Co., 4929 San Rafael,
Tampa 9
Smith, Bert L., Mill Caretakers, Inc., 1201 Tanager Drive,
Smith, J. O'Neal, Standard Spray
Orlando, 600 Raehn Ave., Orlando
Van Epp, John B., Rt. 1, Box 193-A, West Palm Beach
Van Horn, M. C, Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., P.
Co.
Stuart
Inc.,
of
Lake
Snively, Jr., John A., Eloise Groves Assn., P. O. Box 1312,
Winter Haven
Snook, Miss Margaret A., Weirsdale
Sottile, III, James, Canaveral Indian River Groves, Inc., Rt.
1, Box 300, Sebastian
South Lake Apopka Citrus Growers Assn., Oakland
Sparkman, J. K., U. S. Phosphoric Products, Div. Tennessee
Corporation, P. O. Box 3269, Tampa 1
Spencer Chemical Co., 610 Dwight Bldg., Kansas City 5,
Missouri
Sprott, Kingswood, Lake Wales
Stambaugh, Scott U., 1330 N. W. 96th St., Miami 47
Steams, Jr., Charles R., Superior Fertilizer & Chemical
Co., P. O. Box 1135, Lake Alfred
Steven Caretaking Co., P. O. Box 249, Winter Garden
Stewart, Tom B., Box 6, DeLand
Stone, W. H., Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., P. O. Drawer
4459, Jacksonville 1
Sullivan, Ed H., W. R. Grace & Co., Box 150, Ft. Pierce
Sutton, H. J., Waverly Growers Cooperative, Waverly
Sutton, Larry, Ward's Nursery, Inc., P. O. Box 846, Avon
Park
Swann, Tom B., Box 232, Winter Haven
Tamalelagi, Tuala, Ph.D., 17225 N. E. Sixth Ave., N. Miami
Beach 62
Thayer, T. A., Eloise Groves Assn., Winter Haven
Thomas, Wayne, P. O. Box 831, Plant City
Thullbery, A Charles, Eloise Groves Assn., P. O. Box 293,
. Lake Wales
Walker, Jr., Eli C, Box 1796, Vero Beach
Walker, Marvin H., Fla. Citrus Canners Cooperative, Lake
Wales
Wander,
Dr.,
I.
W.,
Growers
Fertilizer
Hartridge Dr., Winter Haven
Coop.,
2409
Lake
Ward, G. F., Sales Mgr., Ward's Nursery, Inc., P. O. Box
846, Avon Park
Ward, Loren H., 1518 Orangewood Ave., Orlando
Warren, Alfred, 54 N. E. 107th St., Miami Shores 38
Waverly Growers Cooperative, Waverly
Webb, J. B., Rt. 2, Box 924, Clearwater
Wedding Nursery, Charles R., 2901 Lealman Ave.,
Petersburg
N.,
St.
Wedgworth, George H., Box 206, Belle Glade
Wedgworth, Ruth S., Box 206, Belle Glade
Wehlburg, Cornelis, Everglades Experiment Station, Box 37,
Belle Glade
Wenzel, Dr. F. W., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Wesemeyer, Fred, Box 1347, Ft. Myers
West Coast Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 1094, Tampa 1
Westlake, E. H., Tennessee Corporation, Room 1824, 61
Broadway, New York 6, N. Y.
Wetumpka Fruit Co., Hastings
Wheeler Fertilizer Co., Box 236, Oviedo
Whitaker, Jay W., Swift & Co., Box 1272, Winter Haven
White, Alec, P. O. Box 297, Largo
Whitesell, Henry C, Rt. 1, Box 772, Largo
Whitfield, Charles S., 1712 Spring Lake Dr., Orlando
Wiggins, Jr., W. W., Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co.,
P. O. Box 983, Lake Alfred
Wilbanks, W. H., Traylor Chemical & Supply Co., Inc.,
1911 Lockwood Way, Orlando
Williams, K. D., Producers Fertilizer Co., Inc., P. O. Box
877, Palmetto
Williams, Vernon L., FMC Groves, Inc., P. O. Box 70, Ft.
Pierce
Willson, Dr. A. E., Minute Maid Groves Corporation, P. O.
Box 3189, Orlando
Wolfe, J. C, Lyons Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 310, Tampa 1
Wood, James S., Superior Fertilizer & Chemical Co., P. O.
Box 1021, Tampa 1
Thullbery, Jr., Howard A., c/o Ward's Nursery, Inc., P. O.
Woods, F. J., The Gulf Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 2721, Tampa
Thullbery, J. D., U. S. Phosphoric Products, Div. of Ten
nessee Corporation, P. O. Box 3269, Tampa 1
Tilden, Fred T., Box 472, Winter Garden
Tilden, L. W., P. O. Box 128, Winter Garden
Tillman, Charles, Co-operative Fruit Co., Box 607, Lake
Woods,
Box 846, Avon Park
U.
Wales
S. Phosphoric Products Division Tennessee Corporation,
P. O. Box 3269, Tampa 1
Updike, Jr., Arch, Rt. 1, Babson Park
1
L.
P.,
The
Gulf
Fertilizer
Co.,
P.
O.
Box
2721,
Tampa 1
Wray, Floyd L., 3501 S. Federal Highway, Ft. Lauderdale
Wright, Jay D., Stauffer Chemical Co., 1109 Pine Hills
Road, Orlando
Wright, W. T., Nationwide Chemical Co., Inc., P. O. Box
775, Ft. Myers
Zill, L. H., 813 N. Federal Highway, Delray Beach
ANNUAL MEMBERS
Abbott, Fred P., 3019 Warrington St., Jacksonville
Acree, Richard M., 1610 E. Osban St., Lakeland
Adams, Chas. W., Adams Groves, Inc., 350 W. Lake Link
Dr., Winter Haven
Adams, Earl C, The Kilgore Seed Co., 247 Seaspray Ave.,
Palm Beach
Adlerz, Warren C, Fla. Agri. Exp. Sta., Box 321, Leesburg
Albritton, R. W., Div. of Plant Industry, Box 606, Pensacola
Alden, John, Woolfolk Chemical Works, Ft. Valley, Ga.
Alldredge, E. E., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Box 72, Dade
City
Allen, Jr., Edmund H., 1220 Gunnison St., Orlando
Allen, E. H., Allen Groves, Box 112, Orlando
Allen, Jr., James E., 3086 N.W. 14th St., Gainesville
Allen, Ralph F., Escambia Chemical Corp., 19 Idlewild St.,
Clearwater
Allen, Richard B., Paul E. Allen Co., 15th St. & Glenview
Road, Palm Harbor
Allen, Mrs. Ruth Stuart, Southeastern
514, Little River Station, Miami
Nurseryman,
Box
Allison, R. V., 650 S. E. Ave "F," Belle Glade
Allyn & Allyn, c/o Russell J. Barreca, 1533 S. Congress
Ave., W. Palm Beach
Altenburger, Michael, Breyer Ice Cream, Plant City
American Fruit Growers Pub. Co., 106 Euclid Ave., Willoughby, Ohio
Ammerman, C. B., Asst. Animal Nutritionist, Nutrition Lab.,
University of Florida, Gainesville
Angle, A. B., Attorney, 305 Morgan St., Tampa
Applewhite, Carroll D., Niagara Chemical, P. O. Box 8616,
Jackson, Miss.
Arnall, Frank H., Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., Box 919
Winter Haven
Arvida Greenhouses, Inc., P. O. Box 130, Perrine 57
Ashley, A. B., Plymouth Citrus Growers Assn., Box 512,
Apopka
Ashworth, Thomas E., Commercial Solvents Corp., 1219 N.W.
40th Terrace, Gainesville
Atkins, C. D., Rt. 1, Box 443, Winter Haven
Atkinson, E. L., Umatilla
Attaway, Dr. John A., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake
Alfred
Avazian, Wm. A., USDA-Plant Pest Control, 1427 Walnut
St., Orlando
Averre, III, Charles W., Sub-Tropical Experiment Station,
Rt. 1, Box 560, Homestead
Ayers, Ed L., 125 29th St., W., Bradenton
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
Badger, Walter E., Fla. Dept. of Agri., 1269 N.W. 34th St.,
Miami 55
Bair, Dr. Roy A., 256 Alhambra Place, W. Palm Beach
Baker, E. J., W. R. Grace & Co., Ft. Pierce
Baranowski, R. M., Sub-Tropical Experiment Sta., 1809 S.W.
280th St., Homestead
Barley, George, Diamond R. Fertilizer Co., Winter Garden
Barmby, Bruce A., Asst. County Agri. Agent, 2350 E.
Michigan Ave., Orlando
Barnard, Henry C, Rt. 1, Box 574, Lutz
Barnum, L. L., 14955 S. W. 216th St., Goulds (33170)
Barron, Rodger, Fla. Citrus Commission, Lake Alfred
Bass, C. A., Bass Nursery, 82 N. W. 34th St., Miami
Beames, G. H., Allied Chemical, 211 E. Robinson, Orlando
Bearss, Paul, West Coast Fertilizer Co., Rt. 1, Box 279,
Tampa 12
Beauchamp, Paul H., R. W. Burch, Inc., Plant City
Beavers, Alan B., Spencer Chemical Co., 2330 Hickory Lane,
Orlando
Beckenbach, J. R., Fla. Agri. Exp. Sta., Gainesville
Bein, Selwyn J., Key Chemicals Corp., Box 692, Miami
Springs
Bellinger, Paul L., Rt. 2, Box 329A, Apopka (32703)
Benedict, Stan, Shell Chemical Co., 55 Marietta St., N.W.,
Atlanta, Ga.
Burdine,
Glade
Howard
W.,
Everglades
495
Experiment
Sta.,
Belle
Burditt, Jr., Arthur K., 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
Burgess, Cullen R., Fla. Dept. of Agri., 208 W. Linebaugh,
Tampa 12
Burgis, D. S., Gulf Coast Experiment Sta., Box 2125, Mana
tee Station, Bradenton
Burkey, Harold I., Box 1072, Stuart
Burns, Theodore C, Rohm & Haas Co., Box 355, Palmetto
Burnett, Harry, Div. of Plant Industry, 1845 17th St., N. W.,
Winter Haven
Burt, Dr. Evert O., Plantation Field Lab., University of
Florida, 5305 S. W. 12th St., Ft. Lauderdale (33314)
Busby, J. N., Agri. Ext. Serv., Gainesville
Calvert, David V., Indian River Field Laboratory, P. O. Box
1351, Ft. Pierce
Campbell,
Dr.
18905
Carl W.,
S.W. 280th
St.,
Sub-Tropical Experiment Station,
Homestead
Campbell, E. W., Div. of Plant Industry, P. O. Box 2057,
Ft. Pierce
Campbell, James W., Standard Spray & Chemical Co., 696
N. Lake Ave., Avon Park
Carlin, Robert S., Mgr., Sunsweet Groves, Inc., Rt. 3, Box
467,
Ft.
Pierce
Boynton
Beach
Carson, A. F., Flag Sulphur & Chemical Co., P. O. Box 602,
Bennett, Charles A., 1825 N. W. 21st St., Miami 37
Benson, D. A., Naugatuck Chemical, 1229 Baldwin Dr.,
Orlando
Berko, Ted, 7900 Crespi Blvd., Miami Beach (33141)
Berry, Dr. Robert E., USDA, Fruit & Veg. Prod. Lab.,
2771 21st St., N.W., Winter Haven
Bevis, G. L., Fla. Dept. of Agri., 15375 Lincoln Drive, Home
Case,
Bezona, Norman, 531 N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach
Bielling, Al, Lake Garfield Nurseries Co., Box 106, Lake
Causey, John H., Assoc. County Agt., 531 N. Military Trail
stead
Wales
Biggs,
R.
H.,
Gainesville
Billings, R.
Lowell
Bischoff,
University
(Bob)
Bill,
Fla.,
Dept.
of
Fruit
Crops,
L., Wetumpka Fruit Co., P. O. Box 16,
Garden
Box 131, Ft.
of
Editor,
Lauderdale
FT
LAUDERDALE NEWS,
Bishop, Cecil, Brooksville Citrus Growers Assn., Brooksville
Bissett, Owen W., U. S. Fruit & Veg. Lab., 1340 Lake Mir
Carson, W. B. "Happy," Calif. Chemical Corp., Ortho Div.,
P. O. Box 486, Plant City
Clyde
A.,
The
Sherwin-Williams
Co.,
Ave., N. W., Cleveland 1, Ohio
101
Prospect
Casselman, Theron W., Everglades Exp. Station, Belle Glade
Cassens, K. D., Cassens' Grove Service, Inc., P. O. Box 613
Ft. Pierce
W. Palm Beach
Chace, Jr., William G., 1134 Western Way, Orlando
Chase, Frank K., Chase Grove Service, P. O. Box 2235
Lakeland
Chase, Jr., Sydney O., P. O. Box 626, Sanford
Chase, III, Sydney O., P. O. Box 626, Sanford
Chatelier, Paul A., P. O. Box 10846, St. Petersburg 33
Childers, Dr. Norman F., Rutgers University, Horticulture
Dept., State Exp. Sta., New Brunswick, N. J.
Childs, J. F. L., USDA, 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
ror, Winter Haven
Childs,
wood
Chin, Wing Y., 8204 Kendrick Drive, Pine Castle
Chipman Chemical Co., Inc., Box 309. Bound Brook, N. J.
Chubb, Henry S., 2447 N. Dean Rd., Orlando
Chun's Nursery, P. O. Box 7, Haliimaile, Hawaii
Bistline, F. W., Minute Maid Groves, P. O. Box 87, LongBlack,
Wm.
Lakeland
E., Fla.
Citrus
Commission, 415
Montgomery,
Blackmon, G. H., 214 N. E. 7th Ave., Gainesville
Bliss, Verne, 739 W. Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
Blydenstein, D., 1265 Taylor Road, W. Palm Beach
Bolin, Junius T., Fla. Citrus Production Credit Assn., 2420
Amherst, Orlando
Borders, Huey I., Old
Plantation
S.W. 12th St., Ft. Lauderdale
Field
Laboratory,
5305
Bouis, F. S., Florida Fruit Co., 400 W. Main St., Leesburg
Bourne, Dr. B. A., P. O. Box 935, Clewiston
Bowman, Robert T., 1226 Triangle Drive, Lake Wales
Brass, L. J., Archbold Biological Station, Lake Placid
Brewton, Wm. S., Div. of Plant Industry,
Ave., Coral Gables
1115 Anastasia
Brian, C. E., Fla. Agricultural Supply Co., 5254 Tulane Ave.,
Jacksonville
Bridges, G. D., Division
Winter
Briggs,
W.
Haven
R.,
Briggs
of
Plant Industry,
Fertilizer
Co.,
4206
2
Twin
Lane,
Sunrise
Blvd.,
Ft. Pierce
Brockway, E. K., Box 695, Clermont
Brogdon, J. E., University of Florida, Agri. Extension
Service, 324 N. W. 30th St., Gainesville
Brooks, J. H., DiGiorgio Fruit Corp., Box 1352, Ft. Pierce
Brooks, John C, Fla. Citrus Production Credit Assn., Drawer
2111, Orlando
Brooks, R. F., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Brooks, Troy L., P. O. Box 243, Lake Alfred
Broome, Ira E., 3620 S. W. Archer Rd., Gainesville
Brown, Ed., Goochland Nurseries, Inc., Pembroke
Brown, M. L., Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., 600 Madison
St., Orlando
Brown, Ralph T., Supt., Plaquemines Parish Expt. Sta., Rt.
1, Box 437, Port Sulphur, La.
Brown, Rue L., Pesticide Chemicals, Inc., P. O. Box 2116,
Ft. Pierce
Brown, T. O., Box 96, Frostproof
Bryan, G. Russell, Bryan Groves Packing Co., Umatilla
Bryan, Wm. M., Hamilton Growers, 1235 Carlton Ave., Lake
Wales
Buchanan, W. C, The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Box 658, Ft.
Lauderdale
Bullock, Robert, Indian River Field Lab., 1706 Wyoming.
Ft. Pierce
Reginald
L.,
Davison
Blvd., Ft. Pierce
Chemical
Co.,
3803
Citrus Grove Development Co., Babson Park
Sunrise
Clement,
E.
F.
Maitland
Clem,
DuPont Co.,
1750 Choctaw
Trail,
Clements, F. Peter, Clements Pest Control, 1507 S. Andrews,
Ft. Lauderdale
Clemmons, Jr., H. L., P. O. Box 287, Citra
Clemmons, W. Elton, Wartmann Estate Groves, Citra
Clyatt, D. E., P. O. Box 1175, Vero Beach
Coates, J. L., Adams Packing Assn., Inc., Box 37, Auburn-
CochsEon; &t£3S; &d
ut Crops Branch- Plant
Coe, Dr. Dana G., 1425 Providence Rd., Lakeland
Cohen, Leon R., Imperial Citrus By-Products Corp., P. O.
C
Box 1791,
Lakeland
1no'c-,D^M^.rtimer'
Indian River Field Lab., P. O. Box
1351, Ft. Pierce
Coit, Dr. J. Eliot, Coit Agricultural Service, 690 Oceanview
Dr., Vista, Calif.
Collier, Barrett L., Dow Chemical Co., 801 W. Fairbanks,
Winter Park
Condo, Jesse K., Div. of Plant Industry, 1122 N.E. 20th Place,
Gainesville
Connell,
James
Winter Park
R.,
Chemagro
Corp.,
205
Knowel
Bldg.
Conner, Hon. Doyle, Commissioner of Agriculture, The Capi
tol, Tallahassee
Conover, Charles A., 4700 S. W. Archer Rd., Gainesville
Conover, R. A., Sub-Tropical Experiment Station, 18905 S.W.
280th St., Homestead
Constantine,
wood,
T.
J.,
Sunset Golden Farms,
Clearwater
Inc.,
315
Edge-
Cook, Allyn, Dept. of Plant Pathology, University of Florida
Gainesville
Cook, Ferris G., Niagara Chemical Div., P. O. Box 11517
Tampa
Cook, Ralph W., 311 Main Street, Dunedin
Cooney, Ray H., Flag Sulphur & Chemical Co.,
199 Lake
Cooper,
Box 198,
Howard Dr., Winter Haven
George H.,
Princeton
Glade
&
Grove
Supply Co.,
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
496
Cooper, William C, U. S. Horticultural Field Station, 2120
Coppock! Glenn E.', Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Corbett, Dr. M. Kenneth, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Agri.
Cott^W^R^Wetimpka Fruit Co., P. O. Box 366, Hastings
Counselman, C. J., CTBA Corporation, Agricultural Chemicals
Testing Lab., P. O. Box 1105, Vero Beach
County Agent's Office, 1102 N. Krome Ave., Homestead
County Agent's Office, John D. Campbell, County Agricul
tural Agent, 2690 N.W. 7th Ave., Miami
Courtney, C. C, Fla. Dept. of Agri., Box 186, Palmetto
Cowen, William J., County Agent, P. O. Box 116, Lake
Cowperthwaite, Dr. W. G., Plant Commissioner, Division of
Plant Industry, Gainesville
Cox, Robert S., 1404 Shirley Court, Lake Worth
Crall, James M., Watermelon & Grape Laboratory, Box 321,
Creighton^John T., Dept of Entomology, University of
Florida, 345 Unit B, McCarty Hall, Gainesville
Crews, S. L., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Box 1791,
Cribb, Ferland E., Highlands Ranch & Grove, Rt.
1415, Avon Park
'
Vero
1, Box
Crocker, James A., Fla. Favorite Fertilizer, P. O. Box 647,
Crooks?1!*. c![ Chief, Fertilizer Laboratories, Fla. Dept. of
Agriculture, Mayo Bldg., Tallahassee
Crowell, Bob, Box 8127, Tampa 1
Crumb, Frank K., Box 307, Lakeland
Dade, W. A., Niagara Chemical Div., P. O. Box 837, Pompano
Dalton, Dr. J. D., Asst. County Agt., 1102 N. Krome Ave.,
Homestead
(33030)
.
Darby J F., Central Florida Experiment Station, Sanford
David,' Joffre C, Fla. Fruit & Veg. Assn., Orlando
Davis E. L., Fla. Fertilizer Co., Inc., Box 1087, Wauchula
Davis, J. W., 403 W. Kentucky, Tavares
Davis, Paul L. U. S. Dept. of Agri., 1721 Oakhurst, Winter
Park
Davis, Robert M., County Agent's Office, Court House, Tampa
o
Davis, W.
C, Davis
Grove Service,
Inc.,
Rt.
3, Box 406,
Orlando
Davis, W. P., 616 Tampa Street, Tampa
Day, William A., Box 1139, Bradenton
Dean, Herbert A., P. O. Box 942, Weslaco, Texas
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Decker, Phares, University of Fla., Agri. Exp. Sta., Gaines-
Dekle! George W., Div. of Plant Industry, Gainesville
Delp,
Charles
J.,
E.
A.,
Div.
I.
DuPont
Manatee Sta., Bradenton
Denmark,
H.
Street, Gainesville
Denmark, J.
C,
Div.
N.E., Winter Haven
Denning,
Kenneth
of
&
Co.,
Plant Industry,
of Plant Industry,
M.,
Fla.
Rosevear Ave., Orlando
Dept.
.
of
Inc.,
2201
Box
2348,
N.E.
1530 Ave.
Agriculture,
7th
ttn „
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9
W.
Dennison, R. A., University of^Florida, Gainesville
Deszyck, E. J., Phillip Morris Tobacco Co., Richmond, Va.
Dian, Al, 3730 S. Orange Ave., Orlando
Dice, James P., 138 W. Oak St., Apppka
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Dickey, R. D., University of Florida, Box 2845, University
Dieter,
Curtis
E.,
Dow
Chemical Co.,
801
W. Fairbanks,
Winter Park
.
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Dixon W R., Field Supervisor, Inspection Division, Dept. of
Agriculture, Box 1165, Winter Garden
Doordan, John E., Tennessee Corporation, 619 Grant Bldg.,
Dorn H. Lewis, Dorn Fruit Co., Box 1107, S. Miami
Douglas, R. D., Florida Orange Packers, P. O. Box
A,
Douthit!rpete, S. & M Farm Supply, Inc., P. O. Box 319,
Dowling, Jr.,
C. F., Div. of Plant Industry, 11545 S. W.
107th Court, Miami 56
Draper, E. J., Treesweet Products Co., P. O. Box 28, Santa
Driggers', Louis E., P. O. Box 890, Bradenton
Ducharme, E. P., Citrus Experiment Sta., Lake Alfred
Dun, Walter A., Howard Fertilizer Co., 921 Ventura,
lando.
Or
Dunlap, Peter, Hampshire Chemical Corp., Poisson Ave.,
Nashua, N. H.
Dunlap, R. C, Oak Hill
Dunn Sons Grove Service, H. L., P. O. Box 204, Ft. Pierce
Durre, Nolan L., Agri. Extension Eervice, 1102 N. Krome
Ave., Homestead
Eblen, Mrs. Frances R., 552 Oakhurst Rd., Largo
Eddins, Dr. A. H., 25 Riberia St., St. Augustine
Edson, Seton N., University of Florida, P. O. Box 2002,
University Station, Gainesville
Edwards, Wm. G., Chilean Nitrate Educational Bureau, 1612
E. Colonial Drive, Orlando
Elvin, Evert J., Container Corp. of America, Fernandina
Beach
Embleton, Tom W., Citrus Experiment Station, Dept. of
Horticulture, Riverside, Calif.
English, Leroy, West Coast Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 67,
Dover
Eno, Charles, 600 N. W. 36th Terrace, Gainesville
Enzie, W. D., Birds Eye Division, General Foods Corp.,
Rochester 4, N. Y.
Ercegovich, Dr. C. D., Geigy Agri. Chemicals, Saw Mill River
Road, Ardsley, N. Y.
Estes, David L., Libby, McNeill & Libby, Ocala
Estes, Robert J., 1040 Campbell Ave., Lake Wales
Lttinger, Leon, 2700 Lake Shore Dr., Orlando
Everett, Paul H., South Fla. Field Lab., Immokalee
Everglades Fertilizer Co., Ft. Lauderdale
Farm & Garden Supply Store, P. O. Box 1209, Sarasota
Farrar, Luther L., Olin Mathieson, 156 Hardin Dr., Athens,
Ga.
Feder, W. A., USDA, 2120 Camden Rd., Orlando
Feldman, A. W., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Fichter, James N., P. O. Box 2017, Vero Beach
Fischer, Everette H., Prod. Mgr., Winter Garden Citrus
Growers Assn., P. O. Box 69, Winter Garden
Fisher, Miss Fran E., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake
Alfred
Fiskell, Dr. John, University of Florida, Soils Dept., 2101
N.E. 9th St., Gainesville
Fitzpatrick, Hugh F., Plant Pathologist, FMC Corporation, P.
O. Box 552, Riverside, Calif.
Fitzpatrick, Thomas E., Box 572, Haines City
Fla. Citrus Production Credit Assn., Box 2111, Orlando
Fla. Federation of Garden Clubs, P. O. Box 1604, Winter
Park
Fla. State Chamber of Commerce, 8057 Expressway, Jackson
ville 11
Fletcher, W. S., Vocational Agriculture Teacher, Rt. 3, Box
617, Arcadia (33821)
Fogg, Harry W., Box 774, Eustis
Forbes, R. B., Central Fla. Exp. Sta., Sanford
Ford, Dr. Harry W., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Forsee, Jr., Dr. W. T., Everglades Experiment Station, Box
37, Belle Glade
Fosgate, John C, Pres., Chester C. Fosgate Co., P. O. Box
1625, Winter Park
Foster, Dr. A. H., Box 58, Brawley, Calif.
Fountain, Dr. Wm. H., 9771 S. Dixie Highway, Miami 56
Freeman, David W., P. O. Box 307, Arcadia
Freeman, Jack A., Tropical River Groves, 135 Madeira Ave.,
Coral Gables
Freeman, Robert H., Rt. 3, Box 339, Orlando
Freeze, Walter, Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Box 1044, Clearwater
Freke-Hayes, J. J., Seminole Road, Babson Park
Friedlander, Edwin, Lake Wales
Friend Sprayer Service Corp., Frostproof
Frisbie, S. Lloyd, Box 120, Bartow
Fudge, Tom, Eastman Chemical Products, 3151
Maple Dr.,
Atlanta 5, Ga.
Fukuda, Robert T., 50 East Palai St., Hilo, Hawaii
Furr, J. R., U. S. Date Field Station, P. O. Box 727, Indio,
Calif.
Galletta, Wm. A., 1846 38th Ave., Vero Beach
Gallo, III, Theodore, County Agent, 10965 Village Green
Ave., Largo
Gammon, Jr., Dr. Nathan, Dept. of Soils, University of
Florida, Gainesville
Gamper, W. A., Haines City Citrus Growers Assn., 715
Ledwith Ave., Haines City
Gardiner, Mrs. L. S., 1512 Hoffner Ave., Orlando
Gardner, F. E., USDA, HT&S of Hort. Crops, 2120 Camden
Road, Orlando
Garrard, Leon A., Botany Dept., University of Florida, 1617
N. W. 10th Terrace, Gainesville
Gaskins, M. H., Agr. Res. Serv., USDA, 13601 Cutler Road,
Miami 56
Gassett, J. L., Rt. 2, Box 296-C, Bartow
Gates, Charles M., Morton Chemical Co., Westside Drive,
Roswell, Ga.
Gates, Philip C, Box 727, Ft. Pierce
Gaunt, James T., P. O. Box 1295, Immokalee
Genung,
W.
G.,
Everglades
Experiment
Station,
Belle
Glade
George, Donald, County Agricultural Agent, Sumter County,
P. O. Box 218, Bushnell
Geraci, Nick, N. Geraci & Co., Inc., P. O. Box 11068, Tampa
Geraldson, C. M., Gulf Coast Experiment Station, Box 2125,
Manatee Station, Bradenton
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FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
Gerber, John F., 4025 S. W. 21st St., Gainesville
Gerhold, Norman R., Rohm & Haas Chemical Co., 15470
E. Avocado, Homestead
Gerwe, Dr. R. D., Food Machinery & Chemical Corp., Lake
land
Gifford, A. D., Continental Can Co., Inc., 315 Madison
Tampa 2
St.,
Giglio, Vincent, Field Supervisor, Inspection Div., Fla. Dept.
of Agriculture, 502 Suwannee Circle, Tampa 6
Gillespie & Co. of New York, Inc. for Ministry of Agricul
ture, Government of Jamaica, 2 Broadway, New York 4,
N. Y.
Ginn, John L., USDA, 115 Oxalis Dr., Orlando
Gleason, L. D., 195 Madonna Drive, Ft. Myers
Gold, Harvey J., Biomath Program, Institute of Statistics,
N. C. State University, Raleigh, N. C.
Goldfarb, Alan, Scott Fruit Co., P. O. Box 192, Ft. Pierce
Goldweber, Seymour, P. O. Box 145, Perrine 57
Goodwin, Jr., T. R., Davison Chemical Co., Drawer 150, Ft.
Pierce
Graham, Alvin E., Div. of Plant Industry, 820 Wyomina
Ave., Ocala
Grahn, Jr., Walter, West Coast Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box
1094, Tampa 1
Gramling Grove Service, P. O. Box 865, Wauchula
Grant, Dr. Theo. J., USDA, HT&F. of Hort. Crops, 2120
Camden Rd., Orlando
Graves, Kenneth R., S & M Farm Supply, Inc., 610 N.
Flagler Ave., Homestead
Greene, R. E. L., Agri. Exp. Sta., Gainesville
Grierson, William, Food Industries Research & Engineering,
18 Golf View Circle, Winter Haven
Griffin, II r, Ben Hill, P. O. Box 127, Frostproof
Griffin, Jr., B. H., P. O. Box 368, Frostproof
Griffin, Jim, Fla. Nurserymen & Growers Assn., 286 W.
Mashta Dr., Key Biscayne, Miami
Griffis, Raleigh S., Agri. Ext. Serv. 531 N. Military Trail,
W. Palm Beach
Griffith, R. J., P. O. Box 335, Oakland
Grimm, Gordon R., USDA, 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
Groff, Mrs. G. Weidman, Rt. 2, Box 1024, Nokomis
Guerndt, Harold F., Flag Sulphur & Chemical Co., Rt. 1,
Box X-413, Avon Park
Gull, Dwain D., 1921 N. W. 2nd Ave., Agri. Exp. Sta.
Gainesville
Gunn, Watts, Chilean Nitrate Sales Corp., 901 Rhodes-Hav-
erty Bldg., Atlanta, Ga.
Guse, Dr. Lynn R., Eli Lilly & Co., P. O. Box 220, Boynton
Beach
Guzman, Victor L., 1325 N. W. Ave. "L," Belle Glade
Haas, Flora A., RFD No. 2, Box 571, Apopka
Haddox, Jackson A., 1070 Avenida de la Palma, Bartow
(33830)
Halco Products, Inc., P. O. Box 7538, Orlando
Hale, Charles W., Div. of Plant Industry, 8108 21st Ave.,
Tampa
Hale, Joe, 1050 50th Ave., Vero Beach
Hall, Allen D., P. O. Box 2842, St. Petersburg
Hall, C. B., Fla. Agri. Exp. Sta., University, of Florida,
Gainesville
Hall, Clarence F., 143 4th Ave., N., Naples
Halsey, Dean D., Farm Advisor, Agri. Ext. Serv., Cty. Admr.
Annex, 46-269, Oasis Street, Indio, Calif.
Halsey, L. H., Fla. Agri. Exp. Sta., University of Fla.,
Gainesville
Hamilton, Joseph, USOM <Agric) Box 32, Navy 150 - FPO,
San Francisco, Calif.
Hammer, Arnold, Mill Caretakers, Inc., 4011 Finch Ave.,
Orlando
Hammette, G. W., 1655 Harman Ave., Winter Park
Hammon, Vernon T., Caribbean Land & Lumber Co., Ltd.,
400 S. 57th Terrace, Hollywood
Hancock, Robert E., Div. of Plant Industry, P. O. Box
362, Gainesville
Hanks, Robert W., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Hanlon, John C, Lakeview Mobile Court, Sebring
Hansbrough, J. H., Box 1531, Tampa
Harding, Dr. Paul L., USDA-Agri. Marketing Service, 2120
Camden Rd., Orlando
Hardman, L. E., 2518 Sunset Dr., Tampa
Hardwick, Jr., J. E., Fla. Dept. of Agri., Box 669, West
Palm Beach
Harkness, R. W., Sub-Tropical Experiment Sta., 18905 S.W.
280th St., Homestead
Harrell, Joe W., 1488 Avon Ave., S.W., Atlanta, Ga.
Harris, Jr., Emmett D., Everglades Experiment Station,
P. O. Box 37, Belle Glade
Harris, Jr., Geo. W., Ben Hill Griffin, Inc., 1845 Margaret
St., Bartow
Harris, William E., Gracewood, Inc., Box 337, Vero Beach
Hart, Jr., Luther, The F. E. Myers & Bro. Co., Box 416,
Altamonte Springs
Hassaballa,
Issam A., Dept. of Fruit Crops, University of
Florida, Gainesville
Hatcher, W. L., P. O. Box 787, Arcadia
Hatton, Jr., Dr., Thurman T., USDA, 13601 Cutler Road,
Miami 56
Hawkins, C. Wayne, Fla. Fruit & Veg. Assn., 5303 Ira
St., Orlando
Hayslip, Norman C, Indian River Field Lab., Box 1351, Ft.
Pierce
Hayward, Dr. Frederick W., Citrus Experiment Sta., Lake
Alfred
Heald, Howell L., Rt. 2, Box 683-A, Arcadia
Hearn, Dr. C. Jack, USDA, 2120 Camden Rd., Orlando
Heck, Robert R., International Minerals & Chemical Corp.,
1019 Biltmore Dr., Winter Haven
Heinlein, Mrs. Herman C, 19395 S. W. 248th St., Homestead
Helms, Roy N., Hamilton Growers, Inc., Rt. 1, Box 115,
Clermont
Helsel, Paul E., P. O. Box 177, Indiantown
Hemenway, Alan, Griffin Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 188,
Frostproof
Henderson, William Pat, Div. of Plant Industry, Groveland
Hendrickson, R., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Hendrix, Jr., Charles M., Redd Labs., Inc., 507 S. Seminole
Blvd., Largo
Hensel, D. R., University of Florida, Box 728, Hastings
Hepburn, Wm. J., Staff Asst., Quality Control Minute Maid
Co., Plymouth
Herring, R. K., Kilgore Seed Co., 3004 Ridgeway Ave., West
Palm Beach
Hill, Jr., Arthur M., Box 306, Vero Beach
Hill, Elmer C, Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Hilliard, Mrs. W. B., 448 Bontona Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Hobart, Jr., Oscar F., Niagara Chemical Div., P. O. Box
1709, Jacksonville
Hogan, Ivey W., P. O. Box 1087, Pompano Beach
Hogan, W. D., 2601 Middlesex Road, Orlando
Hogg, Bradley, Box 952, Winter Haven
Holder, Jr., Ellis W., 1621 Lake Weir Ave., Ocala
Holland, Bob, Geigy Agri. Chemicals, 3607 S. Rosaland
Ave., Orlando
Holley, L. W., Div. of Plant Industry, Box 295, Tavares
Holling, Jr., Fred J., 845 S. Atlantic Drive, Lantana
Holmes Nurseries, P. O. Box 17157, Tampa 12
Holtsberg, Harold I., 1908 Oleander Blvd., Ft. Pierce
Hopkins, E. F., Citrus Experiment Sta., Lake Alfred
Horn, Granville C, University of Florida, Room 401, Newell
Hall, Gainesville
Hornbuckle, John, Pasco Packing Co., Dade City
Home, Lynn D., Div. of Plant Industry, Rt. 2, Box 226,
Bartow
Hortenstine, Charles C, 414 N.W. 34th St., Gainesville
Howard Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 3028, Orlando
Howard, George, Southern Fruit Distributors, 116 W. Di
vision St., Winter Garden
Howeth, Jr., Harry, P. O. Box 127, Melton, Delaware
Howlett, Freeman S., 1224 N. Palmer St., Wooster, Ohio
Hudson Company, Agents, E. N., P. O. Box 945, Winter
Haven
Hudson, James,
City
Pasco Packing Co.,
Rt. 3, Box 333X, Dade
Huff, N. V., 1405 17th St., N. W., Winter Haven
Huff, Paul B., P. O. Box 211, Bartow
Huffington, Jesse M., 600 DeBaugh Ave., Towson 4, Md.
Huggart, R. L., Fla. Citrus Commission, Citrus Experiment
Station, Lake Alfred
Hull, Cecil O., Monte Vista Groves, Inc., P. O. Box 467,
Clermont
Hull, J. H., Bradley & Baker, Rt. 4, Box 250, Plant City
Hundertmark, B. W., U. S. Sugar Corp., Clewiston
Hunter, William P., The Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City
Hunziker, R. R., 4111 Dena Way, Sacramento 21, Calif.
Husmann, W., Apshawa Groves, Route 2, Clermont
Hussey, John B., Southern Mill Creek Prod. Co., Inc., 1906
N. Armenia Ave., Tampa
Huston, Tom, 8275 S. W. 64th St., Miami 43
Hutcheson, Aaron A., Fla. Agri. Extension Service, 1515
N.W. 10th St., Homestead
Hutchings, Richard R., Woodbury Chemical Co., P. O. Box
2529, Orlando
Igou, H. M., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Star Route, Eustis
Hey,
James
R., Everglades Experiment Station,
P.
O.
Drawer A, Belle Glade
Jackson, Charles A., Yoder Bros, of Fla., Inc., 4401 Hill Dr.,
Ft. Myers
Jackson, Gene, 740 S. E. 2d Street, P. 0. Box 334, Belle
Glade
Jackson, Larry K., P. O. Box 248, Dade City
Jackson, N. E., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, 465 N. E. 17th
St., Winter Haven
Jacob, Kenneth D., 3812 Woodley Road, N. W., Washington,
D. C. (20016)
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498
Jacobs,
Wm. C, Hector Supply Co., P. O. Drawer 99,
Homestead
Jacobson, Stanley Z., 1958 8th St., S. E., Winter Haven
Jacoway, T. H., 1516 Moseley Ave., Palatka
Jahn, Otto L., USDA, 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
James, Dr. Perry B., 1217 N. Lakeview Dr., Sebring
Jasa, Frank J., Asst. County Agent, 640 W. Melrose Circle,
Ft. Lauderdale
Jaworski, Casimir A., ARS, USDA, Tifton, Ga.
John's, Inc., c/o John Masek, Apopka
Johnson, J. A., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Box 501, Avon
Park
Johnson, Ray, 5713 Citrus Ave., Ft. Pierce
Johnson, Roger B., Citrus Experiment Station, P. O. Box
1177, Lake Alfred
Johnson, R. S., 4501 Wilkinson Rd., Sarasota
Johnson, Warren O., Box 1058, Lakeland
Johnston, David L., Lake Garfield Nurseries Co., P. O. Box
154, Bartow
Johnston, Ronnie D., Central Groves Coop., Lake Hamilton
Johnstone, Jr., V., Citrus Experiment Station, Rt. 1, Box 954,
Winter Haven
Joiner, Jasper N., Agri. Expt. Station, Gainesville
Jones, Herman L., Brown Citrus Machinery Corp., Rt. 1,
Box 293C, Winter Haven
Jones, H. L., Division of Plant Industry, 507 Seagle Bldg.,
Gainesville
Jones, Jack T., Texas Gulf Sulphur Co., 512 Everina Circle,
S., Brandon
Jones, John Paul, Gulf Coast Experiment Sta., Box 2125
Manatee Sta., Bradenton
Jones, Ralph F., Wilson & Toomer
Drawer 4459, Jacksonville
Fertilizer
Co.,
P.
O.
Jorgensen, K. F., Zellwood
Jorgensen, M. C, P. O. Box 248, Ruskin
Jutras, Pierre J., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Kahl, William H., P. O. Box 308, Belle Glade
Kasper, Paul E., The Sherwin-Williams Co., P. O. Box
10771, Tampa
Kazen, Cornelius, Route 2, Wauchula
Keene, R. D., Winter Garden
Kelbert, David G. A., Gulf Coast Experiment Station, Box
2125, Manatee Station, Bradenton
Kelsheimer, Dr. E. G., Gulf Coast Experiment Station, Box
2125, Manatee Station, Bradenton
Kemp, Don M., Production Mgr., Lake Region Packing
Assn., Box 786, Tavares
Kempf, Mrs. E. J., King Grove, Eustis
Kendall, H. E., P. O. Box 468, Goulds
Kendrick, Robert H., Div. of Plant Industry, P. O. Box 2294,
Vero Beach
Kendrick, W. H., County Agt., Agricultural Center, P. O.
Box 338, Palmetto
Kennedy, F. G., Union Carbide, 270 Park Ave., New York,
N. Y.
Kent, Harold L., Rt. 2, Box 57, Lutz
Kerns, C. B., P. O. Box 348, Lake Wales
Kerr, S. H., Dept. of Entomology, University of Florida,
Gainesville
Kesterson, J. W., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Kew, T. J., 1721 Westchester, Winter Park
Kilgore, Ottis, The Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City
Kingham, Bob, Kingham Groves, Inc., Rt. 1, Box 425, Auburndale
Kinsey Groves, P. O. Drawer 1231, Winter Haven
Kirchhok, Gus, Shell Chemical, Co., 1216 E. Colonial, Orlando
Kirkland, Robert O., American Cyanamid Co., 921 Pinedale
Dr., Plant City
Knapp, F. W., 3469 N. W. 13th Ave., University of Florida,
Gainesville
Knight, Jr., Robt. J., USDA, 13601 Old Cutler Road, Miami
56
Knorr, Dr. L. C, Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Koo, Robert C. J., Int. Asst. Biochemist, Citrus Experiment
Station, Lake Alfred
Kretchman, Dale W., Department of Horticulture, The Ohio
Agricultural Experiment Station, Wooster, Ohio
Krezdorn, A. H., Fruit Crops Dept., University of Florida,
Gainesville
Kromhout, Jan, 2230 54th Ave., Vero Beach
Kromhout, Ysbrand, 3655 Flamingo Drive, Vero Beach
Kuhn, Gerald D., University of Florida, 111 McCarty Hall,
Gainesville
Kuitert, L. C, Agri. Exp. Sta., University of Fla., Gaines
ville
Kuta, Benjamin S., 2908 Fairlawn St., S. E., Washington 21,
D. C.
Lacy, Wm. R., 1329 W. Vassar, Orlando
Lampkin, Mrs. G. F., Rt. 1, Box 427, Bradenton
Land, Henry W., RFD 2, Box 582, Apopka
Lane, Mrs. Dave, 234 Tenth St., Haines City
Large, John R., Associate Pathologist, Pecan Investigations
Lab., Box 127, Monticello
LaRoe, Earl E., 318-A, Flavet III, Gainesville
Laughlin, M. Penn, 1705 Beach Dr., S.E., St. Petersburg
Lawless, W. W., 1002 S. Lake Elbert, Winter Haven
Lawrence, Fred P., Agri. Ext. Ser., University of Fla.,
Gainesville
Lee, Fitzhugh, Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, P. O. Box
926, Winter Haven
Lee, Jack, S & M Farm Supply, Inc., 610 N. Flagler Ave.,
Homestead
Lee & Sons, L., Rt. 1, Box 100, St. Cloud
Leide, Rudolph E., 21763 S. Main St., Matteson, Itt.
Leighty, R. G., Soils Dept., 220 McCarty Hall, University of
Florida, Gainesville
Leonard, Chester D., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Li, Dr. Kuang C, Georgia Experiment Station, Experiment,
Ga.
Lightfoot, E. N., Rt. 1, Box 620, Lakeland
Locascio, Dr. Sal J., Asst. Horticulturist, University of Fla.,
214 Newell Hall, Gainesville
Lofton, Clarence, Okeechobee
Long, Ray A., 2028 Longwood Rd., West Palm Beach
Lorz, A. P., Agri. Exp. Sta., University of Fla., Gainesville
Lounds, Jr., Albert E., Alpat Grove Care Co., 1313 W. First
St., Ft. Pierce
Lucas, Jr., R. Earle, Producers Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 877,
Palmetto
Lundberg,
Ernest C, Asst.
County Agent,
Agricultural
Center, Sanford
Lungren, Hugh, The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Rt. 1, Box 401,
DeLand
Lunsford, David F., Fla. Citrus Production Credit Assn., P.
O. Box 1415, Eustis
Lyle, C. O., Fla. Dept. of Agri., Box 548, Bartow
Lyle, III, J. I., 4040 Lake Underhill Dr., Orlando
Lyle, Wm. R., Citrus Dept., Florida Southern College, Rt. 1,
Box 148-B, Bartow
Lynch, S. John, Palmer Nurseries, P. O. Box 417, Osprey
Lyon, C. B., Rohm & Haas Co., 1766 Old Welsh Rd.,
Abington, Penn.
Lyon, Jr., Mrs. Edwin H., 128 South Fifth St., Geneva, 111.
Lyons, Jr., Calvin Goodrich, Dept. of Horticulture, Oregon
State University, Corvallis, Oregon
McCann, H. F., Percival Refrg. & Mfg. Co., Box 3836, Sara
sota
McClanahan, P. H., Flag Sulphur & Chemical Co., 809
Wessex Place, Orlando
McCloud, D. D., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Box 652, Gaines
ville
McClung, Lester M., The Gulf Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 2721,
Tampa 1
McClure, George G., Libby, McNeill & Libby, 105 W. Summit
St., Apopka
McConnell, D. F., 711 S. W. 28th Rd., Miami
McConnell, Mrs. Mary G., Weirsdale
McCornack, A. A., Fla. Citrus Commission, Citrus Experi
ment Sta., Lake Alfred
McCown, Jack T., Agricultural Agent, Polk County, Bartow
McCubbin, E. N., Potato Investigations Lab., P. O. Box
728, Hastings
McCullough, Floyd R., Flag Sulphur & Chemical Co., 709
Rainbow Trail, Brandon
McDaniel, Laura, 321 Waiola Ave., S., LaGrange, 111.
McDuff, O. R., Adams Packing Assn., Inc., Auburndale
McElwee, E. W., Dept. of Ornamental Horticulture, Univer
sity of Fla., Gainesville
McFadden, Sam E., Dept. of Ornamental Horticulture, Uni
versity of Fla., Gainesville
McGuire, Jake, Niagara Chemical Division, Box 866, Wau
chula
Mclntosh, Robert M., Glades Chemical Co., 210 S. W. 3d
Court, Boynton Beach
Mclntyre, Archie, S & M Farm Supply, Inc., 610 N. Flagler
Ave., Homestead
Mclver, Larry L., Rt. 3, Box 493, Ft. Pierce
McKee, Madge T., Sub-Trop. Exp. Sta., 18905 S.W. 280th
St., Homestead
McKinnis, Ronald B., Brown Citrus Machinery Corp., Box
713, Winter Haven
McKnight, A. W., c/o Knouse Flowers, Inc., Box 374, Stuart
McLane, W. F., West Coast Fertilizer Co., P. O. Box 1094,
Tampa 1
McLean, Donald S., Rt. 1, Box 150, Bartow
McLure, Jr., James F., McLure's Groves, P. O. Box 387,
Lake Placid
McNeer, F. L., Citrus Properties, Lake Alfred
McNenny, W. J., P. O. Box 257, Longwood
McPherson, W. W., Graduate Research Prof., University of
Florida, Dept. of Agri. Economics, Gainesville
McSwiney, Daniel J., 401 S. W. 14th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
McTeer, Harold B., 12201 N. Boulevard, Tampa
499
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
MacKay, R. G., P. O. Box 1268, Ocala
Magie, Robert O., 2906 Ninth Ave., W., Bradenton
Maglioceo, Jr., John, Allied Chemical Corp., P. O. Box 5831,
Orlando
Malcolm, Dr. John L., American Embassy - A. I. D., A.P.O.
675, New York,
Malo,
Simon
E.,
N.
Fruit
Y.
Crops
Dept.,
University of Florida,
Gainesville
Manee, Jr., Harry, The Kilgore Seed Co., Plant City
Manee, Robert G., The Kilgore Seed Co., 307 S. W. 40th
Terrace, Gainesville
Maraulja, M. D., Fla. Citrus Commission, 1935 Fern Road,
Lakeland
Marchewka, John, 548 N. Leavitt Ave., Orange City
Marrs, G .F., Gramling Grove Service, 421 S. 11th Ave.,
Wauchula
Marshall, James R., Orange Products, Inc., 15th & Bloomingdale, Melrose Park, 111.,
Mart, Marion J., Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp., 401 E.
Main, Richmond, Va.
Martsolf, David, Asst. Hort., Fla. Extension Serv., 1937 N.E.
7th Terrace, Gainesville
Martsolf, J. D., Oklawaha
Marvel, Mason E., Fla. Agri. Ext. Serv., University of
Fla., 1215 N. E. 20th Place, Gainesville
Massey, Jr., Frank M., Fla. Citrus Production Credit Assn.,
P. O. Box 1415, Eustis
Mathias, A. C, Haines City Citrus Growers Assn., Haines
City
Mathias, A. F., Haines City Citrus Growers Assn., Haines
City
Matthews, Vernon G., RFD 2, Stuart (33494)
Maxwell & Anderson, San Mateo
Maxwell, T. H., Box 483, Avon Park
Mayeux, H. S. Valley Coop. Oil Mill, P.
Harlingen, Texas
O.
Box
1310,
Mayo, Nat, 1306 E. 50th St., Ocala
Meagher, Dr. Wm. R., Citrus Experiment Sta., Lake Alfred
Means, Jr., S. C, Fla. Dept. of Agri., 2262 N.W. 96th St.,
Miami 47
Meckstroth, G. A., P. O. Box 7335, Orlando
Medina, Arael, 761 N. W. 66th Ave., Plantation
Medina, Colleen, 761 N. W. 66th Ave., Plantation
Meeker Feed Store, Clermont:
Meer, Abe, Winter Garden
Meffert, W. H., Field Supervisor, Inspection Division, Fla.
Dept. of Agri., Box 1298, Ocala
Mell, J. R., Potash Company of America, Suite 1718, 630
Fifth Ave., New York 20, N. Y.
Mershon, C. Conrad, C. C. Mershon, Inc., 4021 Hargill,
Orlando
Metzger, H. E., Sun Oil Co., 2407 Reef Court, Orlando
Miller, Mrs. Edna M. Y., 701 S. Hyer St., Orlando
Miller, H. N., University of Fla., Dept. of Plant Pathology,
Gainesville
Miller, Dr. Julian C, Horticultural Research, LSU & A&M
College, 137 Agronomy—Horticulture, Baton Rouge 3, La.
Miller, Lewis R., Stokely-Van Camp, Inc., P. O.
Avon Park
Miller, Ralph L., 701 S. Hyer St., Orlando
Miner, James T., P. O. Box 341, Boynton Beach
Mitchell, W. G., Pasco Packing Co., Rt. 2, Box
City
Mixon, Eugene A., Mixon Fruit Farm, Rt. 3,
Bradenton
Box
16,
577,
Dade
Box
25,
Mohler, Robert L., The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Rt. 6, Box 357A,
Plant City
Montelaro, James,
Gainesville
Agri.
Ext.
Serv.,
University
of
Fla.,
Moore, Dr. Edwin L., P. O. Box 926, Lake Alfred
Moore, Ewell P., 1380 S. Lake Roy Drive, Winter Haven
Morcock, Jr., J. C, Nitrogen Div., Allied Chemical Corp.,
531 Candler Bldg., Atlanta 3, Ga.
Moreland, Jr., Harold L., Fla. Citrus Production Credit
Assn., P. O. Box 932, Sebring
Morgan, John E., Box 414, Lutz
Morris, Robert N/, Agricultural Representative,
tional Bank, P. O. Box 1810, Tampa 1
First
Na
Mortensen, John A., Watermelon & Grape Investigations
Lab., Box 321, Leesburg
Morton, Dr. Donald J., USDA, Coastal Plain Experiment
Station, Tifton, Ga.
Morton, Julia F., Director, Morton Collectanea, Box 8204,
University of Miami, Coral Gables
Morton, Vintcent,^ University of Florida, 321-C N.W. 19th
Lane, Gainesville
Mosteller, C. E., USDA, Box 711, Mount Dora
Mullin, R. S., Bldg. OG, University of Fla., Gainesville
Muma, Martin H., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Muraro, Louis, J., Rt. 1, Box 845, Groveland
Murdock, Delane, Minute Maid Corp., 2904 Northwood Blvd.,
Orlando
Murphy, J. S., 540 Thelma St., Lake Alfred
Mustard, Miss Margaret, 4160 Ventura Ave., Coconut Grove
Muzzell, Jr., Albert E., University of Fla., 1498 N. E. 34th
Ct., Oakland Park
Myer, Frank H., 228 E. Wall St., Frostproof
Myers, William N., Ft. Meade
Nabors, C. M., Ashcraft-Wilkinson Co., 1201
Bldg., Tampa 2
Nanney, James C, Roman J. Claprood Co., P.
Sun City
Neff, S. Frank, 605 W. Warren, Tampa
Wallace
O.
Box
S.
37,
Nelson, D. E., P. O. Box 2205, Stuart
Nelson, Roy O., 6830 S. W. 72nd Court, Miami 43
Nesmith, James, University of Florida, Agri. Ext. Serv., 314
N. W. 36th St., Gainesville
Nettles, Victor, University of
Gainesville
Florida,
Veg.
Crops
Dept.,
Neville, W. D., Fla. Dept. of Agri., 3331 Sylvia St., Jackson
ville 7
Nikitin, A. A., Tennessee Corporation, P. 0. Box 89, Col
lege Park, Ga.
Noble, C. V., 1460 N. Brove St., Gainesville
Nordmann, George O., Rt. 2, Box 521, DeLand
Nordmann, Thomas E., Rt. 2, Box 519, DeLand
Norman, Gerald G., Div. of Plant Industry, Box 41, Winter
Haven
Norman, Paul A., USDA, 2120 Camden Rd., Orlando
North, John L., Marlow Pumps Div. Bell & Gossett Co.,
Midland Park, N. J.
Nottingham, Ben, P. O. Box 488, Polk City
Nusbickel, David C, 512 Fletcher Place, Winter Park
Oberbacher, Marion, Fla. Citrus Commission, Citrus Ex
periment Sta., Lake Alfred
Olsen, Robert W., Citrus Experiment Sta., Lake Alfred
O'Neill, J. Max, DiGiorgio Fruit Corp., P. O. Box 1352, Ft.
Pierce
O'Neill, John B., American Cyanamid Co., 5107 Azeele St.,
Tampa
Orsenigo, Dr. Jos. R., Everglades Experiment Station, Belle
Glade
Orth, Paul G., Sub-Tropical Experiment Station, 18905 S.W.
280th St., Homestead
Oswalt, R. E., 1251 Carolyn Dr., Clermont
Oswalt, T. W., 561 Osceola St., Clermont
Overman, Mrs. Amegda J., Gulf Coast Experiment Station,
Box 2125, Manatee Station, Bradenton
Ozaki, Dr. Henry, Plantation Field Lab., 5305 S. W. 12th
St., Ft. Lauderdale
Palmer, Charles M., Niagara Chemical Div., P. O. Box 646,
Lake Alfred
Parker, Edward M., Columbia Nitrogen Corp., P. O. Box
1483, Augusta, Ga.
Parker, Robert W., Glen St. Mary Nurseries Co., 1317 New
castle Dr., Orlando •
'
Parker, Roger A., Asst. County Agent, P. O. Box 511, Ocala
Parks, John W., P. 0. Box 163, Gastonia, N. C.
Patrick, M. C, The Gulf Fertilizer Co., Box 356, Lake Alfred
Patrick, Dr. Roger, P. O. Box 403, Winter Haven
Pearson, M. T., Standard Spray & Chemical Co., P. O. Box
63, Lakeland
Pedersen, W. C, Waverly
Peebles, T. A., Box 877, Vero Beach
Perkins, S. L., 417 Palmer Bldg., Atlanta 3, Ga.
Perry, Dr. Chester K., 1045 Balfour Road, Grosse Pointe 30,
Michigan
Perry, F. S., Agri. Extension Service, University of Fla.,
Gainesville
Perry, Vernon G., Dept. of Entomology, University of Fla.,
Gainesville
Peters, J., 840 Chatfield St., Lakeland
Peters, John S. (Jack), Fla. Fruit & Veg. Assn., 4401 E.
Colonial Dr., Orlando
Phillips, R. V., Haines City Citrus Growers Assn., Haines
City
Pickens, Curtis, Roper Growers Corp., Winter Garden
Piowaty, James, 1110 S. 11th St., Ft. Pierce
Platt,
R.
G.,
Citrus
Experiment Station, University of
California, Riverside, Cal.
Platts, N. W., 719 Texas Ct., Ft. Pierce
Poitras, Ted, Poitras Groves, 1717 E. Lake Cannon Dr.,
Winter Haven
Polk Nursery Co., Inc., P. O. Box 366, Auburndale
Poole, Richard T., University of Fla., 2124 N. E. 8th St.,
Gainesville
Popenoe, John, Fairchild Tropical Garden, 10901 Old Cutler
Rd., Miami 56
Post, C. W., Box 1134, Sebring
Pott, John N., Division of Plant Industry, Box 387, Port
Orange
Poucher, Charles, Div. of Plant Industry, Rt. 2, Box 34,
Winter Haven
500
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
Prange, Edwin, Div. of Plant Industry, Rt. 2, Box 476, Vero
Schenck, N. C, Watermelon & Grape Investigations Lab.,
Praschan, V. C., 1024 Pfingsten Rd., Glenview, 111.
Pratt, J. B., 1419 E. Johns Ave., Haines City
Prevatt, Rubert W., IMC, Tech. Div., 2705 Collins
Ave.,
Schirard, J. Brantley, 1108 Trinidad Ave., Ft. Pierce
Schneck, Henry W., Fla. Fruit & Vegetable Assn., 703 E.
Price, W. C, Dept. of Plant Pathology, Agri. Expt.
Stas.,
Beach
Lakeland
Gainesville
P. O. Box 321, Leesburg
Priest, Mike, P. O. Box 517, Ocala
Prine, Henry A., 4224 5th St., East, Bradenton
Prine, R. H., Box 69, Bradenton
Pritchett, William L., 2150 N. W. 2d Ave., Gainesville
Prutton, C. F., Coronado Pines, Oklawaha
Pryor, Robert S., County Agent, 605 S. W. 26th St., Ft.
Lauderdale
Pulley, George, P. O. Box 13, Winter Haven
Radspinner, A. L., University of Florida, 3860 S. W. Archer
Rd., Gainesville
Ramsey, C. W., Flag Sulphur & Chemical Co., P. O. Box 355,
Fruitland Park
Rands, Dr. Robert D., Rt. 2, Box 128, Lake Wales
Rankin, J. T., 485% E. Stanford St., Bartow
Rasmussen, Dr. Gordon K., USDA, 2120 Camden
Orlando
Rauth, Glen E., 1918 Stonehurst Rd., Winter Park
Rayburn,
Road,
Read,
R.
C.,
N.E.,
Robert
Escambia Chemical
Room
W.,
540,
Fairchild
69th Ave., Miami
Atlanta
Corp.,
5,
Tropical
Ga.
3330
Garden,
Road,
Peachtree
10701
S.W.
Reading, D. Gordon, 7028 Cregier Ave., Chicago, 111.
Reasoner's Tropical Nurseries, Inc., P. O. Box 1881, Braden
ton
Redd, Dr. James B., President, Redd Labs, Inc., 507 S.
Seminole Blvd., Largo
Reece, Dr. Philip C, USDA, 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
Reed, David K., USDA, 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
Reese, Robert L., Fruit Crops Dept., 109 McCarty Hall,
University of Florida, Gainesville
Renfroe, Arthur S., P. O. Box 1391, Naples
Reuther, Dr. Walter, University of California, Riverside,
California
Reynolds, J. R., Sub-Tropical Experiment Station, 18905 S.W.
280th St., Homestead
Rhoades, Harlan L., 105 Valencia Dr., Sanford
Rice, Major General John K., Clermont
Riegler, George M., Riegler Groves, Rt. 1, Box 702, Lutz
Riggan, Wilson B., University of Florida, 1010 N.W. 37th
Dr., Gainesville
Ritchie, Thomas M., Agri. Chemicals Lab., Hercules Powder
Co., Inc., Wilmington 99, Delaware
Roberson, John P., Chas. Pfizer & Co., Inc., 3008 Chelsea
Ave., Orlando
Robertson, Dennis, Potash Company of America, Suite 218,
1776 Peachtree Bldg., N.E., Atlanta 9, Ga.
Robertson, Wm. K., Soils Dept., University of Florida,
Gainesville
Robinson, H. B., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Box 1025, Ft.
Myers
Rock, James B., 806 S. 4th St., Ft. Pierce
Rodgers, Buel, Niagara Chemical Div., P. O. Box 1709,
Jacksonville
Rollins, C. F., P. O. Box 981, Clearwater
Root, C. A., Lykes Bros., Inc., Winter Garden
Roper, W. F. & L. F., Box 218, Winter Garden
Rose, S. A., 260 Keats Ave., Indian River City
Rosenberger, Stanley, Agricultural Extension Service, Uni
versity of Florida, Gainesville
Rost, R. F., DuPont Company, 77 Hendricks Isle, Ft. Lauder
dale
Rountree, Jr., Hurley, Edsall Groves, 1688 Highland Ave.,
Vero Beach
Rouse, A. H., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Rushing, N. B., 620 S. Ohio Ave., Live Oak (32060)
Russell, Ed,
Asst.
County Agent,
2900 Ringling Blvd.,
Sarasota
Russell, J. C, Soil Fumigants Co., P. O. Box 7801, Orlando
Ryan, George F., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Sahlberg, Nils, 1200 E. Michigan Ave., Orlando
Salazar, Clery G., University of Puerto Rico, 110 N.W. 21st
St., Gainesville
Samuel & Co., Frank, 706 Fayette St., Conshohocken, Pa.
Sanchez, Pedro A., Berkshire Chemicals, Inc., P. O. Box
8522, Orlando
Sanders, G. Allen, P. O. Box 462, Stuart
Sanders, Robert M., Glades Chemical Co., 148 Flame Ave.,
Pahokee
Savage, Clifford B., 416 El Prado Ave., West Palm Beach
Savage, Zack, Agri. Exp. Sta., Box 2424, Gainesville
Savinelli, Al., 316 Loring Ave., Pelham, N. Y.
Scarborough, E. F., Fla. State Marketing Bureau, P. O. Box
779, Jacksonville 1
Schaaf, Harold H., 612 S. Lake Shore Blvd., Lake Wales
Reynolds St., Plant City
Schock, W. V., P. O. Box 462, Winter Haven
Schoenberg, Earl, Seed Research Specialists, Inc., 1319 Sligh
Blvd., Orlando
Schumacher, William C, 455 Lakewood Drive, Winter Park
Scott, A. G., Glen Saint Mary Nurseries Co., Winter Haven
Scott, Jr., James, Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, 9324 N. Arrawana Ave., Tampa 12
Scott, J. E., Flag Sulphur & Chemical Co., Rt. 1, Box 119,
Babson Park
Scott, W. Clifford, U. S. Fruit & Veg. Prod. Lab., 2030 11th
St., N.W., Winter Haven
Scudder, Walter T., P. O. Box 901, Sanford
Sebring, Charles L., Box 231, Sebring
Segall, Ralph H., USDA, 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
Selhime, Allen G., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Sellers, Jerry, Div. of Plant Industry, P. O. Box 1135, Dade
City
Sewell, Luke, Corneli Seed Co., 2527 Goldenrod St., Sarasota
Seymour, Carter P., 2911 N. E. 11th Dr., Gainesville
Seymour, Frank, P. O. Box 1327, Lakeland
Shannon, Judge George T., District Court of Appeal, P. O.
Box 1729, Lakeland
Sharpe, Ralph H., Fruit Crops Dept., University of Florida,
Gainesville
Sheehan, Thomas J., Dept. of Horticulture, University of
Florida, Gainesville
Shepard, Charles E., Div. of Plant Industry, 2038 N. E. 9th
St., Gainesville
Shields, James E., 1322 George St., Key West
Shinkle, Mike, Fla. Agri. Supply Co., 290 Coral Way, Jack
sonville
Shippey,
J.
C,
Fla.
St., Jacksonville
Dept.
of
Agriculture,
3402
Shoemaker, J. S., 1415 N. W. 14th Ave., Gainesville
Showalter, R. K., Food Tech. Dept., University
Gainesville
Rosemary
of
Fla.,
Simanton, W. A., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Simmons, Elmer Ray, Div. of Plant Industry, P. O. Box
730, Dover
Simmons, W. Theron, Dept. of Agri., Inspection Div., P. O.
Box 182, Plant City
Simpson, Henry A., Lucky Acres, Geneva
Simpson, W. T., M.D., Professional Bldg., Winter Haven
Sites, John W., University of Fla., Agri. Exp. Stas., Gaines
ville
Sittler, Carl C, Hacienda Nina, Mascotte
Skinner, E. L., Pomona Park
Smith's Garden Supply & Nursery, 1255 E. Bay Dr., Largo
Smith, Cecil N., Agri. Economist, Agricultural Exp. Sta.,
Gainesville
Smith, F. B., Agri. Exp. Sta., University of Fla., Gainesville
Smith, Paul F., U. S. Hort. Field Station, 2120 Camden
Road, Orlando
Smith, Jr., T. JLee, S & M Farm Supply, Inc., 1587 N. W.
8th Terrace, Homestead
Smoak, Jr., Claude E., P. O. Box 333, Clermont
Smoot, Dr. John J., USDA, 2120 Camden Road, Orlando
Snell, R. R., Homeland
Snow, Robert E., 319 W. Beacon Rd., Lakeland
Soderholm, Paul K., U. S. Plant Introduction Sta., 13601
Cutler Rd., Miami 56
Soil Science Foundation, 1305 E. Main, Lakeland
Sorrells, W. R., Sorrells Bros. Pkg. Co., Inc., Box 551,
Arcadia
Soule, Jr., M. J., 2247 N. W. 11th Ave., Gainesville
Southern Agri. Insecticides, Inc., Box 324, Palmetto
Souviron, Max J., 5520 S. W. 3d St., Miami 44
Spears, W. T., Plant Products Corp., Box 1167, Vero Beach
Spencer, W. F., Dr., Res. Soil Scientist, Southwest Branch,
S.W.C.R.D., P. O. Box 2326, Riverside, Calif.
Spinks, Daniel O., University of Fla., Soils Dept., McCarty
Hall,
Gainesville
Spross, Spencer A., Salada Foods, P. O. Box 1471, Plant City
Stabler, David K., Winter Haven Nurseries, 1320 S. Lake
Shipp Dr., Winter Haven
Stall, Robert E., Box 1351, Ft. Pierce
Stangel, Harvey J., 116 Lincoln Ave., Highland Park, N. J.
State Home Demonstration Agent, Fla. State University,
Tallahassee
Stelter, Ted, Rohm & Haas Co., 499 Drew St., Lantana
Stelzer, Lorin R., Box 516, Ocoee
Stephens, James M., Agri. Ext. Serv., 4006 N.W. 13th Place,
Gainesville
Sterling, H. O., Rt. 1, Box 4220, New Port Richey
Stewart, Ivan, Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Stewart, Dr. Vincent E., State Chemist, Fla. Dept. of Agri
culture, Mayo Bldg., Tallahassee
501
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
Stirling, Walter W., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, 641 N. E.
10th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Stokes, John S., Lake Easy Groves, Box 375, Windermere
Stouffer, Dr. Richard F., Dept. of Plant Pathology, Agri.
Exp. Stas., Gainesville
Stough, Joe F., U. S. Borax & Chemical Corp., Box 6293,
Orlando
van der Lugt, Jan, Rt. 3, Box 73, Ft. Pierce
Van Middelem, C. H., Horticultural Dept, University
Fla., Gainesville
of
Varn, Bernard S., Varn Groves, P. O. Box 98, Ft. Meade
Veldhuis, M. K., U. S. Fruit & Veg. Prod. Lab., 600 Ave.
"S," N. W., Winter Haven
Venning, Frank D., Dr., CAIRO, Dept. of State, Washington
25,
D.
C.
Stout, Dr. Gerald J., 2127 N. W. 7th Place, Gainesville
Stout, Dr. Roy G., 1222 Woodward Ave., Orlando
Vines, Dr. Max, Fla. Citrus Commission, Citrus Experiment
Sturrock, Thomas T., P. O. Box 6022, West Palm Beach
Suit, R. F., Citrus Experiment Station, Lake Alfred
Volk, G. M., Dept. of Soils, University of Florida, Gaines
ville
Vosters Nurseries & Greenhouses, Inc., Rt. 2, Box 247, Miami
Stover, L. H., Box 664, Fruitland Park
Strange, Jr., James L., Mclntosh
Strobel, James W., 725 N.E. 14th St., Homestead
Sturrock, David, Box 6022, West Palm Beach
Vitunac, Col. Walter C, Box 195 Air War College, Maxwell
AFB, Ala.
Summerfield Nursery Co., Inc., Weirsdale
Sunday, Milliard B., U. S. Dept. of Agri., 2120 Camden
Road, Orlando
Sunkist, Growers, Research Dept., 616 E. Sunkist St., Ontario,
Calif.
Sunsweet Groves, Inc., P. O. Box 752, Concord, N. C.
Sutton, Paul, 1007 N. Palm Drive, Plant City
Sutton, Robert, DuPont Co., 739 Peachtree St., Atlanta 19
Ga.
Swain, T. S., Signal Oil & Gas Co., 2655 Lorna Rd., Jack
sonville
Swanson, Henry F., County Agri. Agent, Agricultural Center,
Orlando
Swartsel Groves, Inc., P. O. Box 64, Elfers
Swearingen, Eugene E., Asst. County Agent, P. O. Box 795,
Sebring
Swingle, Jr.,
Umatilla
J.
F.,
Doodipond
Farm,
General
Delivery,
Talbert, Dale, 695 Royal Palm Place, Vero Beach
Talbert, Jr., Dale, Sexton-Talbert Products Co.,
2440 53rd
Ave., Vero Beach
Talbott, George M., 4401 E. Colonial Dr., Orlando
Taylor, James L., Thompson-Hayward Co., P. O. Box 12714,
University Station, Gainesville
Taylor, John B., Geigy Agricultural Chemicals, Apartment
23, 1801 Grand Ave., Orlando (32805)
Taylor, N. T., Wedgworth Produce, Inc., Box 883, Belle
Glade
Thayer, Paul, Everglades Experiment Station, Belle Glade
Thomas, M. O., Sub-Tropical Experiment Station, Rt. 1,
Box 560, Homestead
Thompson Nursery, Rt. 1, Box 411, Winter Haven
Thompson, B. D., Agri. Exp. Sta.,
University of Fla.,
Gainesville
Thompson, George W. (Bill), Swann Groves, P. O. Box 7,
Winter Haven
Thompson, Shelley S., Winter Garden Citrus Products Co
operative, Box 442, Winter Garden
Thornton, Charles C, Thornton Laboratories, Inc., P. O. Box
2880, Tampa 1
Thornton, R. P., Thornton Laboratories, Inc., P. O. Box
2880, Tampa 1
Thullbery, Frank M., Thullbery Caretaking, Inc., Rt. 3, Box
362, Lake Wales
Thursby, Mrs. Isabelle S., Box 68, Orange City
Tice, J. T., Rt. 2, Box 38, Bartow
Tindal, George, 107 S. 36th Ct., Ft. Pierce
Ting, S. V., Fla. Citrus Commission, 246 Ave. "K," N. E.,
Winter Haven
Tinsley's African Violet Greenhouse, P. O. Box 176, Land
'O Lakes
Toler, Robert W., Plant Pathology Dept., Georgia Coastal
Plain Experiment Station, Tifton, Ga.
Tolle, Kendall L., P. O. Box 1565, Lakeland
Tomasello, Rudolph P., Box 6338, West Palm Beach
Townsend, K. G., Rt. 1, Box 99, Odessa
Townsend, L. W., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Box 965, Belle
Glade
Townsend, T. R., County Agent, Box 574, DeLand
True, H. H., Rohm & Haas Co., 438 N. E. 8th Ave., Ft.
Lauderdale
Trunnell, M.D., Thomas L., 130 Ivanhoe Road, Waterloo,
Iowa
Tucker, Charles T., Fla. Dept. of Agri., P. O. Box 1061,
Winter Garden
Turner, B. L., Armour Agricultural Chemical Co., P. O. Box
3007, Jacksonville 6
Turner, Philip W., Rt. 2, Box 538, Arcadia
Tyler, T. Courtenay, Box 775, Haines City
Tyner, B. E., Div. of Plant Industry, P. O. Box 3356, Lake
land
Ueoka, Noriyuki, Maui High School, Hamakuapoko, Maui,
Hawaii
Ulacia, Juan, 8105 S. W. 19th St., Miami
Valli,
Vincent J.,
Advisory Agri.
Meteorologist,
U.
S.
Weather Bureau,
Tifton,
Ga.
Van Der Lugt, C, Box 232, Ft. Pierce
Station, Lake Alfred
57
Vrana, Edward J., Pound's Groves, R. D. No. 1, Box 623, Ft.
Lauderdale
Wagner, Wm. E., c/o Vero Beach Laboratories, Inc., P. O.
Drawer 2288, Vero Beach
Walden, Dan, P. O. Box 754, Haines City
Waldron, Edward C, Waldron Grove Service, 660 Alabama
Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Waldron, Max, Route 1, Ft. Lauderdale
Wallace,
A.
T.,
Fla.
Agricultural
Experiment
Station,
Gainesville
Walter, James M., Gulf Coast Experiment Station, Box 2125,
Manatee Station, Bradenton
Ware, C. E., Rt. 1, Box 858, Largo
Warren, Norman O., Dolomite Products Division, Dixie
Lime & Stone Co., Box 270, Winter Haven
Waters, Willie E., Gulf Coast Experiment Station, P. O. Box
2125, Manatee Station, Bradenton
Watkin, Robert W., Rt. 1, Box 173, Odessa
Watkins, Dr. Marshall O., Room 101, Rolfs Hall, University
of Fla., Gainesville
Watson, Lewis E., Assoc. County Agent, 605 S. W. 26th St.,
Ft.
Lauderdale
Webb, Thomas E.t Fla. Foundation Seed Producers, P. O.
Box 14008, University Sta., Gainesville
Weeki Wachee Orchid Gardens, Rt. 4, Box 551, Brooksville
Wells, Stafford, P. O. Box 708, Arcadia
Wessel, George H., M.D., 650 E. 25th St., Hialeah
West, Erdman, Agricultural Experiment Station, Gainesville
West, James A., USDA, Box 393, Winter Haven
West, Wm. H., Libby, McNeill & Libby, 521 Fourth St.,
Clermont
Westbrook, Dr. Geo. F., Citrus & Veg. Inspection Div., Box
1072, Winter Haven
Westgate, Dr. Philip J., 2007 Cordova Dr., Sanford
Wheaton, Adair, Citrus Experiment Station, 340
Ave., Lake Alfred
Whelchel,
Sr.,
Hugh
C,
Fla.
Dept.
of
Div., 1015 Magnolia Ave., Sanford
Goodman
Agri.,
Inspection
Whelchel, Jr., Hugh C, 1108 Orange Ave., Ft. Pierce
White, A. C, Calif. Chem. Co., Ortho Div., Box 7067, Orlando
White, Cary, Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp., 225 Chester
Ave.,
S.E.,
P.
Box
Atlanta,
Ga.
White, Maury W., Nitrogen Division, Allied Chemical Corp.,
O.
Whitman,
516,
Clermont
William F., Rare Fruit Council, 189 Bal Bay
Drive, Bal Harbour 54
Whitmore, Al H., Fla. Citrus Production Credit Assn., Box
2111, Orlando
Whitmore, T. E., 936 Arogan Ave., Winter Park
Whitsett, W. P., Niagara Chem. Div., 218 N.E. 10th Ave.,
Pompano
Whittle, W. O., Chief, State Farmer's Markets, Box 1191,
Winter Haven
Will, Jr., Albert, College of Broward County, 1661 S.W.
27th Ave., Ft. Lauderdale
Williams, H. A., Morton Chemical Co., 105 S. Corona,
Clearwater
Williams, Jr.,
Lyons
H.,
54th Court, Miami 43
The Kilgore Seed Co.,
7380 S.W.
Williams, Miss Myra G., Rockledge
Williams, Shell, P. O. Box 43, Clewiston
Williams, Wendell W., 228 S. Central Ave., Avon Park
Williamson, Jr., Frank, Okeechobee
Willingham, H. Wayne, Phillips Petroleum Co.,
15th Ave., Ocala
Wilson,
C.
W.,
U. S. Fruit & Veg.
Prod.
1615 N. E.
Lab.,
600 Ave.
"S," N.W., Winter Haven
Wilson, J. W., Central Fla. Experiment Station, Sanford
Wilson, W. C. (Bill), 206-A Flavet III, Gainesville
Wilson, Mrs. W. D., Box 787, Titusville
Winchester, James A., Everglades Experiment Station, Belle
Glade
Wingate, R. A., Zolfo Springs
Wingfield, C. R., W. R. Grace & Co., P. 0. Box 634, Avon
Park
Winsberg,
Ted.,
Rt.
1,
Box 331B,
Delray Beach
(33444)
502
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Winter Garden
Garden
Ornamental Nursery, Inc., Box 428, Winter
Winterle, E. R., Chief, Pesticide Labs., Fla. Dept. of Agri.,
Mayo Bldg., Tallahassee
Wirt, Jr., Erie L., Babson Park
Wittmeyer, E. C, Dept. of Horticulture, Ohio State Uni
versity, 1827 Neil Ave., Columbus 10, Ohio
Wolf, Benjamin, Dr. Wolf's Agri. Lab., 2620 Taylor St.,
Hollywood
Wolf, Emil A., Everglades Experiment Station, Belle Glade
Wolfe, Dr. H. S., Dept. of Fruit Crops, University of Florida,
Gainesville
Wolfenbarger,
D.
O.,
Sub-Tropical Experiment
Station,
18905 S. W. 280th St., Homestead
Woltz, Shreve S., Gulf Coast Experiment Station, Box 2125,
Manatee Station, Bradenton
Woodham, Lowell, Director, Inspection Division, Fla. Dept.
of Agriculture, Mayo Bldg., Tallahassee
Woods, R. Todd, Bartodd Groves, 4512 Melrose Ave., Tampa
Woods, V. E., Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co., Box 339,
Davenport
Workman, Dr. Ralph B., Potato Investigations Lab., Hastings
Wurthmann, Ervin J., 5602 Theresa Road, Tampa (33615)
York, Jr., Dr. E. T., Provost for Agriculture, University of
Florida, Gainesville
Young, Mrs. Frances C, 17300 S. W. 272d St., Route 1,
Homestead
Young, Harold W., Big Bend Hort. Lab., Box 539, Monticello
Young, T. W., Sub-Tropical Experiment Station, 18905 S. W.
280th St., Homestead
Zapf, Norman F., 1932 25th Ave., Vero Beach
Zarrella, Peter, Route 2, Stuart
Zeck, Walter M., Vero Beach Laboratories, Inc., P. O.
Box 2288, Vero Beach (32960)
Ziebarth, Jr., E. W., Fla. Dept. of Agriculture, Box 437,
Pierson
Ziegler, Louis W., University of Florida, Gainesville
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INDEX
Page
benzoic,
sorbic,
dehydroacetic,
Pseudomonas cichorii on cabbage (Wehl-
citrus
products (Rushing, Senn)
271
AGRIBUSINESS
tomatoes (Hutcheson)
225
an ephedra in citrus (Stewart)
242
EASLEY,
J.
F.,
BARRON, R. W. see Maraulja
285
245
ANDERSON, C. W.
Necrology
5
Ozaki)
Dried citrus seeds—nutrient composition
and nutritive value of protein (illus.)
copper detection (Edson)
nitrogen effect on root-knot (Winchester,
ARRINGTON,
L. R. and SHIRLEY, R. L.
486
163
BIEBEL, J. P. see Whitman
348
BIGGS, R. H. see Garrard
387
See Paul
393
BOTRYTIS
ANEMONES
fertilization
119
BEANS
AMMERMAN, C. B., VAN WALLEGHEM,
A.,
burg)
BASE EXCHANGE
ALKALOIDS
P.
Page
BACTERIAL SPOT
ACIDS
and
storage
cut flowers (Magie)
(Radspinner,
Sheehan)
428
458
BREEDING
grape selections (Stover, Mortensen)
APHIDS
control on potatoes (Workman)
125
BROOKE, D. L. see Riggan
ARRINGTON, L. R. see Ammerman
245
BROOKS, R. F., THOMPSON, W. L. and
Outstanding paper award
XVII
295
355
freeze effects on fruit (Hatton, Reeder)
370
nitrogen nutrition (Popenoe)
353
XVII
HANDLING AND PROCESSING SECTION
Rouse, A. H., Atkins, C. D. and Moore
XVII
Everglades
233
BURDITT, A. K. JR., and REED, D. K.
41
BURGIS, D. S.
Effect of age of plant on earliness and
yield
of
cantaloupes
started
in peat
pots (illus.)
238
bacterial spot (Wehlburg)
Young, T. W., Koo, R. C. J. and Miner,
XVII
ORNAMENTAL SECTION
XVII
VEGETABLE SECTION
Orsenigo, J. R,
in winter grown
celery (illus.)
CABBAGE
KROME MEMORIAL SECTION
McFadden, S. E. Jr.
of pith
fer, a rust mite on citrus (illus.)
CITRUS SECTION
J. T.
18
Damage caused by Aculus pelekassi Kei-
AWARDS, OUTSTANDING PAPERS
E. L.
citrus (illus.)
Factors associated with the development
dipping and fumigating effects (Hatton,
Koo, R. C. J.
Evaluating spray equipment for Florida
BURDINE, H. W. and GUZMAN, V. L.
AVOCADO
Wolfenbarger, Reeder)
189
JUTRAS, P. J.
ATKINS, C. D.
See Rouse
341
electrostatic
dusting
119
(Casselman,
Gen-
ung, Wehlburg)
136
CABLER, J. F.
Chemical growth substances as
substi
tutes for high light intensities on "Tif
XVII
green" Bermudagrass (illus.)
470
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
97
CAHOON, G. A. see Cooper
rate
study
with
13
CAMPBELL, C. W.
Promising new guava varieties (illus.)
75
wind-machine trials (Reese, Gerber)
Valencia
oranges in the Indian River area (illus.)
363
xyloporosis,
insect
transmission
81
(Nor
man, Childs)
48
CLANCY, D. W. see Muma
55
CLIMATE
CANTALOUPES
238
peat pot studies (Burgis)
CARNATIONS
458
Botrytis control (Magie)
citrus recovery after freeze (Cooper, et
al)
97
COHEN, M. and REITZ, H. J.
Rootstocks
for
Valencia
orange
and
Ruby Red grapefruit: results of a trial
CARROTS
194
planting dates (Forbes, Scudder)
CASSELMAN, T.
W.,
GENUNG,
W. G.
and WEHLBURG, C.
Electrostatic dusting in cabbage (illus.)
initiated at Fort Pierce in 1950 on two
soil types (illus.)
COLBURN,
136
B.,
GARDNER,
flavor test (Gold, Wilson III)
germination studies (Guzman)
240
196
pith in winter grown (Burdine, Guzman)
233
post transplanting temperatures (Wolf)
205
price predictions (Riggan, Brooke)
189
48
CHILDS, J. F. L. see Norman
E.
and
Rootstock trial for Tahiti limes in Dade
(illus.)
24
COLD
citrus seedling tolerance (Jackson, Ger
ber)
70
sprinklers for protection
(Gerber, Hen-
dershott)
86
tolerance of young citrus (Gardner, Ho
ranic)
105
vegetable protection (Ozaki)
CHRYSANTHEMUMS
Botrytis control (Magie)
458
coated fertilizer (Waters)
436
spoilage
F.
organisms
Senn)
Aculus pelekassi damage (Burditt, Reed)
climate
and
recovery
from
freeze
(Cooper, et al)
cold tolerance of young trees (Gardner,
Horanic)
copper limits in soil (Edson)
nematode-infested soil (Feder, Ford)
nutrient value of seeds (Ammerman, et al)
271
peel injuries (Long)
320
progress in Indian River (Whelchel)
41
97
105
5
34
245
51
pruning for vigor after freeze (Kretchman, Jutras)
91
168
CONCENTRATE
oranges after freeze (Maraulja, et al)
285
oxygen of orange (Huggart)
291
rumple
(Rushing,
effect on lemon
(Knorr,
Olsen,
Kesterson)
36
yeasts in frozen orange (Murdock)
264
CONOVER, C. A. and JOINER, J. N.
Effects of media, nitrogen and phosphor
us on growth of container grown Lan-
tana spp. "Cream Carpet" and Ligustrum japonicum (illus.)
445
Rooting response of Pittosporum tobira
variegatum
as
affected
by
3-indole-
butyric acid, rooting media and age of
wood (illus.)
COOPER,
W.
480
C,
RASMUSSEN,
G.
K.,
A.,
HILGEMAN,
R.
H.,
rootstock comparison (Edsall)
23
seedling cold tolerance (Jackson, Gerber)
70
PEYNADO,
18
Freeze injury and recovery of citrus trees
sprayer evaluation
CAHOON, G. A. and OPITZ, K.
(Brooks, Thompson,
Jutras)
storage with diphenyl (Hayward, Edwards) 318
as affected by the climate before and
sub-freezing, on pectin
at time of freeze (illus.)
(Rouse, Atkins,
Moore)
tree snails (Muma, Selhime, Clancy)
29
HORANIC, G. E.
County, Florida
CELERY
CITRUS
acids on
variety influence on freeze injury (Heara,
et al)
CALVERT, D. V. and REITZ H. J.
Fertilizer
505
295
55
97
See Hearn
75
See Rasmussen
94
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
506
FEDER, W. A. and FORD, H. W.
COPPER
limits in citrus soils (Edson)
5
tolerant
COX, R. S.
on
trellis-grown
tomatoes
in
south Florida (illus.)
131
rootstocks
in
minor elements and nitrogen (Everett)
Thiel-
143
CUCURBITS
coated, on chrysanthemums (Waters)
178
384
maker, Gammon)
mineral content of peach leaves
radishes
on
organic
(Gam
380
soils
(Stephens,
139
Thompson)
DALTON, J. D.
Salt intrusion—Dade County style (illus.)
DARBY, J. F. see Scudder
213
208
436
(Shoe
mon, Shoemaker)
mulching (Nettles)
34
FERTILIZERS
fruit and tip disorder of peach
CUCUMBERS
rate, oranges
13
(Calvert, Reitz)
storage on anemones (Radspinner, Shee428
han)
water effect on rhododendron, viburnum
DECAY
hot water, oranges (Smoot, Melvin)
DICKEY,
citrus
aviopsis basicola-infested soil (illus.)
Control of fusarium wilt, root rot and
weeds
Growth of several burrowing nematode-
R.
D.,
POOLE,
R.
T.
322
FORBES, R. B. and SCUDDER, W. T.
and
Carrot
JOINER, J. N.
date
trials
in
Central
194
34
FORD, H. W. see Feder
indicum "Formosa" and Viburnum sus-
431
441
DIPPING
FREEZE
370
avocado fruits (Hatton, Reeder)
citrus variety influence on freeze injury
75
(Hearn, et al)
postharvest effects on avocado
Wolfenbarger, Reeder)
(Hatton
climate and citrus recovery (Cooper, et
355
DISEASE
fusarium
planting
Florida (illus.)
Effect of watering frequencies, time and
rate of fertilization on growth and
chemical composition of Rhododendron
pensum (illus.)
See Joiner
431
(Dickey, Poole, Joiner)
root-rot
control
on
tomatoes
(Cox)
peach tip disorder (Shoemaker, Gammon)
131
384
breaking of potatoes (Guzman)
199
DORN, H. W.
Necrology
486
EASLEY, J. F. see Ammerman
245
lychee (Young)
365
meteorological aspects, 1962 (Johnson)
orange concentrate, after
62
(Maraulja, et
285
al)
94
mussen, Hearn, Cooper)
pruning citrus after damage (Kretchman,
91
Jutras)
374
tree tolerances (Snow)
FUMIGATION
postharvest effect on avocado
EDSALL, R. S.
being
Detecting copper limits in citrus soils by
base exchange technique (illus.)
EDWARDS, G. J. see Hayward
(Hatton,
355
Wolfenbarger, Reeder)
28
FUNGICIDES
EDSON, S. N.
454
gladiolus corms (Magie)
5
318
insecticides
compatibility
on
tomatoes
(Jones, Kelsheimer)
126
GAMMON, N. JR. and SHOEMAKER, J. S.
Effect of fertilizers on mineral levels in
EVERETT, P. H.
leaves of Flordawon peach (illus.)
Minor element and nitrogen studies with
cucumbers (illus.)
416
orange quality change after freeze (Ras-
DORMANCY
Comparison of citrus rootstocks
used in the Indian River area
97
al)
hardy ornamentals (McCornack, Mack)
143
See Shoemaker
380
384
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
GARDNER, F. E. and HORANIC, G. E.
507
GRAPEFRUIT
Cold tolerance and vigor of young citrus
See Colburn
24
brix and brix-acid ratios (Westbrook,
Stenstrom)
irrigation effect on yield (Koo)
See Reece
53
rootstock trial (Cohen, Reitz)
trees on various rootstocks (illus.)
105
Development of seedlings from non-afterlipened seeds of 'LovelP peach (illus.)
light studies on Bermudagrass (Cabler)
387
GASKINS, M. H.
Girdling mango seedlings for inducing
early fruit bearing (illus.)
See Soderholm
GENUNG, W. G. see Casselman
360
419
136
GERALDSON, C. M.
of nutrients
re
quired for best yields and quality of
tomatoes (illus.)
153
sprinkler
irrigation
for
86
See Johnson
70
See Reese
81
peach
seedlings
(Gar-
rard, Biggs)
387
peach, 'Okinawa' (Paul, Biggs)
393
studies on celery (Guzman)
196
gardenia flowering studies (Poole)
effect
on
growth
(Sheehan,
474
Mu-
rashige)
477
peach seed germination (Paul, Biggs)
393
potato dormancy
199
(Guzman)
GIRDLING
mango seedlings
470
GUAVA
new varieties (Campbell)
363
GUZMAN, V. L.
Activity of gibberellin levels for breaking
dormancy of Solanum tuberosum L.
(illus.)
germination of celery seed and
growth of seedlings in organic soil
(illus.)
See Burdine
Effect of
ripening
placental
varieties
storage temperatures after
on the color, firmness and
breakdown of some tomato
(illus.)
199
196
233
360
Botrytis control (Magie)
458
fungicides (Magie)
454
storage temperatures (Nanney, Waters)
466
GOLD, H. J. and WILSON, C. W. Ill
of
tomatoes
(Hatton,
Jr.,
Reeder)
HARVESTING
forecasting size of oranges (Stout)
total flavor in celery (illus.)
240
301
57
HATTON, T. T. JR. and REEDER, W. F.
Effect of field and packinghouse handling
301
Effects of the December 1962 freeze on
Lula and Taylor avocado fruits (illus.)
WOLFENBARGER,
D.
O.
and
REEDER, W. F.
370
and
Postharvest effects of dipping and fumi
gating Florida avocados with ethylene
dibromide and ethylene chlorobromide
(illus.)
Colorimetric ester test as a measure of
304
HANDLING
on bruising of Florida tomatoes (illus.)
(Gaskins)
GLADIOLUS
HAYSLIP, N. C. see Segall
355
172
HAYWARD, F. W. and EDWARDS, G. J.
GRAFTING
rose propagation
GROWTH SUBSTANCES
light on Bermudagrass (Cabler)
bruising
GIBBERELLIC ACID
light,
122
HALL, C. B.
GERMINATION
non-afterripened
GRIFFIN, G. see Segall
on
cold
protection, field trials (illus.)
470
Irrigation, plant depth and shade effect
GERBER, J. F. and HENDERSHOTT, C. H.
Overhead
29
GRASS
GARRARD, L. A. and BIGGS, R. H.
Quantity and balance
258
1
(McFadden, Jr.)
412
Effects of time and temperature of stor
age on residues of diphenyl in citrus
GRAPE
promising selections (Stover, Mortensen)
341
fruits packed in cartons with diphenyl
pads (illus.)
318
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
508
HEARN, C. J., COOPER, W. C, REGISTER,
JAMBOLAN
ornamental, other uses (Morton)
R. O. and YOUNG, R.
Influence of variety and rootstock upon
JOHNSON, W. O.
freeze injury to citrus trees in the
1962 Florida freeze (illus.)
75
See Rasmussen
See Reece
94
53
HENDERSHOTT, C. H. see Gerber
86
249
tare weights in gross fill weight cal
culations (illus.)
JOINER, J. N. and DICKEY, R. D.
Factors affecting flowering and propaga
tion of Bougainvillea glabra "Sander"
effects on lily bulbs (Waters)
424
HILGEMAN, R. H. see Cooper
97
HILL, E. C. and WENZEL, F. W.
431
insecticides
(illus.)
See Maraulja
285
HORANIC, G. E. see Colburn
See Gardner
24
105
HRNCIAR, G. see Smith
7
HUGGART, R. L.
commercial
orange concentrate (illus.)
See Maraulja
291
285
in Dade County, Florida (illus.)
leafminers of tomato (illus.)
48
136
JUICE
alkaloid found in citrus (Stewart)
242
126
KELSHEIMER, E. G.
Tomato varietal resistance to leafminer
attack (illus.)
1
126
KESTERSON, J. W. see Hendrickson
249
See Knorr
36
Effects
of
selfing
and
crossing
in
the
yellow passionfruit (illus.)
345
Rumple of lemons—its effects on fresh
fruit, lemonade concentrate, and peel
36
KOO, R. C. J.
Outstanding paper awards
XVII
Effects of frequency of irrigations on
yield of orange and grapefruit (illus.)
1
Relationship of pruning for invigoration
freeze
damage
of
mature
citrus
trees (illus.)
91
LEAF
(Gerber,
Hendershott)
134
See Jones
to
IRRIGATION
frequency effect on citrus (Koo)
18
91
KRETCHMAN, D. W. and JUTRAS, P. J.
tomatoes
(Jones, Kelsheimer)
protection
126
oil (illus.)
(Cas-
selman, Genung, Wehlburg)
cold
of
and
TERSON, J. W.
225
INSECTS
xyloporosis transmission (Norman, Childs)
on
control
larvae,
KNORR, L. C, OLSEN, R. W. and KES
HUTCHESON, A. A.
Selected aspects of tomato agribusiness
compatibility
the
KNIGHT, R. J. JR. and WINTERS, H. F.
frozen
INSECTICIDES
electrostatic dusting on cabbage
for
See Kretchman
276
of
used
lepidopterous
JUTRAS, P. J. see Brooks
Microbial populations of frozen oranges
for
445, 480
Compatibility of several fungicides and
282
HERBICIDES
sprinkler
441
See Conover
diseases,
content
62
JONES, J. P. and KELSHEIMER, E. G.
Nomograph for estimating influence of
fungicides
of December 1962 (illus.)
See Dickey
HEPBURN, W. J.
Oxygen
Meteorological aspects of the big freeze
(illus.)
HENDRICKSON, R. and KESTERSON, J. W.
Florida lemon seed oil (illus.)
328
86
peach, fertilizer effect
(Gammon, Shoe
maker)
380
JACKSON, L. K. and GERBER, J. F.
Cold
tolerance
and
freezing
citrus seedlings (illus.)
point
LEAFMINER
of
70
tomato, resistance (Kelsheimer)
134
509
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
MARAULJA,
LEMON
peel oil
(Knorr, Olsen, Kesterson)
36
seed oil (Hendrickson, Kesterson)
249
Bermudagrass growth (Cabler)
470
growth of Plumaria (Sheehan, Murashige)
477
LILY
herbicides on bulbs (Waters)
424
LIMES
rootstock trials
(Colburn, Gardner, Ho-
ranic)
24
LOCASCIO, S. J.
Hot water and aerated steam treatment
of vegetable seed (illus.)
183
peel
injuries
with
indigo
R.
W.,
R. W. and WENZEL, F. W.
Characteristics
of
commercial
frozen
sons when freezes occurred in Florida
(illus.)
.
320
MARKETING
changing marketing problems (McPherson) 338
citrus peel injuries (Long)
320
cut flowers (Meachem)
409
flower shipments (Scarborough, Smith)
398
on-tree price, orange (Riggan)
253
ornamental nurseries
406
(Smith)
price prediction, celery (Riggan, Brooke)
189
trimming sweet-corn husks (Showalter)
308
Florida flowers
409
MELVIN, C. F. see Segall
LYCHEE
freeze effects (Young)
365
MC CORNACK, A. A. and MACK, T. B.
tral peninsular Florida (illus.)
Outstanding paper award
XVII
for propagating roses (illus.)
412
MCPHERSON, W. W.
solutions
problems encountered in changing mar
449
MINER J. T.
XVII
MINOR ELEMENTS
143
MITES
338
Aculus
pelekassi
on
citrus
(Burditt,
Reed)
MACHINERY
application plastic and petroleum emul
sions (Scudder, Darby)
208
wind-machine trials (Reese, Gerber)
81
MACK, T. B. see McCornack
416
MAGIE, R. O.
disease
control
on
carnations and chrysanthemums (illus.)
(illus.)
potential
portance (illus.)
XVII
See Rouse
295
MORISON, G. E.
484
454
MORTON, J. F.
Jambolan
its
food,
(Syzygium
medicinal,
cumini
341
Skeels)—
ornamental
and
other uses (illus.)
im
377
MANGO
girdling seedlings (Gaskins)
Outstanding paper award
MORTENSEN, J. A. see Stover
Pathogenic nematodes of peach trees in
of
MOORE, E. L.
458
MALO, S. E.
others
41
Necrology
gladiolus,
Fungicidal treatment of gladiolus corms
and
MILLER, H. N. see Perry
nitrogen on cucumber (Everett)
of
keting practices
276
Outstanding paper award
Grafting leafy stem cuttings, a technique
to
322
of frozen oranges (Hill, Wenzel)
416
MC FADDEN, S. E. JR.
approach
122
See Smoot
MICROBES
Freeze-hardy ornamental plants for cen
Team-work
285
New York editor looks at the market for
de
rivatives (illus.)
Florida
BARRON,
MEACHEM, W. L.
LONG, W. G.
Botrytis
D.,
orange concentrate packed during sea
LIGHT
Marking
M.
HUGGART, R. L., HILL, E. C, OLSEN,
rumple effect on fruit, concentrate and
360
328
MULCHING
application equipment (Scudder, Darby)
208
cucurbits (Nettles)
178
510
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
MUMA,
M.
H.,
SELHIME,
A.
G.
and
OPITZ, K. see Cooper
CLANCY, D. W.
ORANGES
Evaluation of the citrus tree snail, Dry-
maeus
dormani
(Binney),
in
Florida
citrus groves (illus.)
55
MURASHIGE, T. see Sheehan
477
Voges-Proskauer positive yeasts isolated
from frozen orange concentrate (illus.)
264
Influence of harvest seasons and storage
temperatures
on
Florida
466
NEMATICIDES
strawberry (Overman)
114
NEMATODES
citrus
root stock
34
effect
on
root-knot
(Win
chester, Ozaki)
163
ornamental foliage plants (Perry, Miller)
449
peach trees (Malo)
377
NETTLES, V. F.
and
mulching
studies
with
cucurbits (illus.)
178
NITROGEN
avocado (Popenoe)
353
lantana, ligustrum (Conover, Joiner)
445
minor elements on cucumber (Everett)
143
okra response (Sutton)
149
potassium,
hot water for decay control (Smoot, Melvin)
322
moisture
effect
on
radishes
(Stephens, Thompson)
.
139
(Hill,
276
253
48
rootstock trial (Cohen, Reitz)
264
acids, effect on citrus spoilage (Rushing,
Senn)
271
ORNAMENTALS
bougainvillea, propagation and flowering
(Joiner, Dickey)
441
cold tolerance (Snow)
374
Eucalypts (Soderhold, Gaskins, Winters)
flower market (Meachem)
419
409
flower shipments (Scarborough, Smith)
398
freeze-hardy plants (McCornack, Mack)
416
gardenia flowering studies (Poole)
474
lantana
and ligustrum
nutrition
(Con-
over, Joiner)
445
marketing channels (Smith)
mosaic on amaryllis
nematodes
on
406
(Stouffer)
foliage
plants
462
(Perry,
Miller)
449
light
and
gibberellic
acid
477
rhododendron, viburnum, water and fer
rooting Pittosporum
quantity and balance for tomatoes (Geraldson)
94
29
yeasts in frozen concentrate (Murdock)
tilization (Dickey, Poole, Joiner)
NUTRIENTS
153
OBERBACHER, M. F. see Vines
53
7
quality change after freeze (Rasmussen,
Hearn, Cooper)
(Sheehan, Murashige)
Attempted transmission of xyloporosis of
(illus.)
1
on frozen
on-tree price (Riggan)
Plumeria,
NORMAN, P. A. and CHILDS, J. F. L.
citrus with insects
microbial populations
Wenzel)
ORGANISMS
(Feder,
Ford)
Planting
57
Hrnciar)
gladiolus
corms (illus.)
nitrogen
13
forecasting size (Stout)
Page variety (Reece, Gardner, Hearn)
phosphate application (Smith, Scudder,
NANNEY, J. C. and WATERS, W. E.
soil,
fertilizer rate (Calvert, Reitz)
irrigation effect on yield (Koo)
MURDOCK, D. I.
infested
97
312
(Conover, Joiner)
431
480
ORSENIGO, J. R.
Outstanding paper award
XVII
OVERMAN, A. J.
OIL
lemon seed
(Hendrickson, Kesterson)
249
rumple of lemon, effect on peel (Knorr,
Olsen, Kesterson)
36
OKRA
(Sutton)
See Maraulja
berry production (illus.)
114
OXYGEN
orange concentrate (Huggart)
nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium response
OLSEN, R. W. see Knorr
Efficacy of certain nematicides in straw
149
36
285
291
OZAKI, H. Y.
Frost
protection
studies
for
vegetable
crops on the lower east coast—a pre
liminary report (illus.)
168
511
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
POTASSIUM
Pepper variety trials on the sandy soils
of the lower east coast (illus.)
228
See Winchester
163
self-, cross, pollination (Knight, Winters)
345
PAUL, J. R. JR. and BIGGS, R. H.
Influence of gibberellic
acid, mercapto-
mercaptoethylamine,
'Okinawa' peach seeds (illus.)
radishes
139
fruit,
tip
breaking dormancy (Guzman)
199
green peach aphid control (Workman)
125
(Gammon,
Shoemaker)
XIX
PROCESSING
Brix,
Brix-acid
of
grapefruit
(Westbrook, Stenstrom)
disorder
384
fertilizer, minerals in leaves
149
POTATOES
ratios
on
(Shoemaker, Gammon)
380
germination (Paul, Biggs)
393
nematode infestations (Malo)
377
seedlings development (Garrard, Biggs)
387
258
tare and fill weights (Hepburn)
282
PROPAGATION
bougainvillea, flowering (Joiner, Dickey)
rooting
media,
Pittosporum
441
(Conover,
Joiner)
480
PRUNING
PEPPERS
citrus after freeze (Kretchman, Jutras)
nitrogen effect on root-knot (Winchester,
Ozaki)
163
trials on sandy soils (Ozaki)
228
ornamental
organic
soils
and
nutrition
(Stephens,
449
PEYNADO, A. see Cooper
139
Effects of fertilization and storage treat
foliage
plants in Florida (illus.)
97
PHIPPS, J. S.
ments
on
growth
and
flowering
of
Wacabri anemones (illus.)
428
RARE FRUIT COUNCIL
1962-63 (Whitman, Biebel)
488
Necrology
348
RASMUSSEN, G. K., HEARN, C. J. and
COOPER, W. C.
PHOSPHORUS
Biweekly changes in quality of fruit on
application on oranges (Smith, Scudder,
Hrnciar)
7
lantana, ligustrum (Conover, Joiner)
445
okra response (Sutton)
149
Valencia orange trees caused by the
December 1962 freeze in Florida (illus.)
See Cooper
REECE,
POLLINATION
poor, effects on tomato (Walter)
158
self-, cross- in passionfruit (Knight, Win
ters)
345
P.
.
C,
GARDNER,
Effects of gibberellic acid and 2-chloro-
F.
E.
Page orange—a promising variety (illus.)
REED, D. K. see Burditt
474
431
POPENOE, J.
301, 355, 370
REGISTER, R. O. see Hearn
in
See Calvert
353
81
75
REITZ, H. J.
Presidential
avocado
53
41
Field trials with a wind-machine in a
citrus grove (illus.)
growth and flowering of Gardenia jaSee Dickey
and
HEARN, C. J.
REESE, R. L. and GERBER, J. F.
ethyl trimethylammonium chloride on
minoides "Veitchii" (illus.)
94
97
REEDER, W. F. see Hatton
POOLE, R. T.
Nitrogen nutrition of the
South America (illus.)
RADISHES
RADSPINNER, A. L. and SHEEHAN, T. J.
Recommendations for control of nemainfecting
91
Thompson)
PERRY, V. G. and MILLER, H. N.
todes
on
Reitz, H. J.
393
PEACH
effect
effect
PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS
thio-
urea and urea on the germination of
fertilizer
moisture
(Stephens, Thompson)
okra response (Sutton)
PASSIONFRUIT
ethanol,
nitrogen,
See Cohen
address
(portrait)
XIX
3
29
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
512
fruit and vegetable (Vine, Oberbacher)
312
SEGALL, R. H., GRIFFIN, G. and MELVIN, C. F.
REUTHER, W.
Problems facing California agriculture
XXX
Increasing the shelf life of escarole with
NG benzyladenine (illus.)
RIGGAN, W. B.
On-tree price of Florida oranges
(illus.)
253
and BROOKE, D. L.
Predicting the
249
oil in lemon (Hendrickson, Kesterson)
RESPIRATION
price
of
Florida
(illus.)
189
citrus, comparisons (Edsall)
citrus variety influence on freeze injury
(Hearn, et al)
23
75
cold tolerance of citrus varieties (Gard
nematode-infested
tomato
varieties
harvested
at the mature-green stage (illus.)
SELHIME, A. G. see Muma
ROOTSTOCK
ner, Horanic)
Effect of postharvest temperatures on
several
celery
122
and HAYSLIP, N. C. and WALTER, J. M.
.
soil,
105
citrus
(Feder,
Ford)
34
Tahiti lime trials (Colburn, Gardner,
Horanic)
trial on orange and grapefruit ( Cohen,
Reitz)
24
29
55
SENN, V. J. see Rushing
271
SHADE
changes on vegetable crops (Valli, Young)
grafting technique (McFadden, Jr.)
412
Growth response of Plumeria to photoperiod and gibberellic acid (illus.)
477
See Radspinner
428
SHELF LIFE
escarole, increase (Segall, Griffin, Melvin)
XVII
and ATKINS, C. D. and MOORE, E. L.
Effect of sub-freezing temperatures on
component parts of citrus fruits
with particular reference to pectic
constituents (illus.)
RUSHING, N. B. and SENN, V. J.
Effect of benzoic, sorbic, and dehydroacetic acids on the growth of citrus
products spoilage organisms (illus.)
295
SHOEMAKER, J. S. and GAMMON, N. JR.
and tip disorder of fruit of Flordawon
peach (illus.)
See Gammon
384
380
Shank
and
husk
trimming
effects
on
sweet corn storage life (illus.)
308
SINGLETON, G.
Necrology
271
485
SMITH, C. N.
Marketing channels for ornamental nur
(Dalton)
213
SCARBOROUGH, E. F. and SMITH, C. N.
Reporting Florida cut flower shipments
(illus.)
SCUDDER, G. K. JR. see Smith
Equipment for the application of plastic
and petroleum resin emulsions (illus.)
See Forbes
7
406
398
Necrology
487
SMITH, P. F., SCUDDER, G. K. JR., and
HRNCIAR, G.
Twenty years of differential phosphate
application on pineapple oranges (illus.)
208
194
7
SMOOT, J. J. and MELVIN, C. F.
Hot water as a control for decay of or
anges (illus.)
SEEDS
hot water and steam treatment (Nettles)
series (illus.)
See Scarborough
SMITH, L. G.
398
SCUDDER, W. T. and DARBY, J. F.
322
183
SNAILS
nutrient value of citrus (Ammerman, et
al)
245
SHOWALTER, R. K.
SALT
intrusion
122
Effects of fertilizers on yield, size, color
ROUSE, A. H.
Outstanding paper award
217
SHEEHAN, T. J. and MURASHIGE, T.
SHIRLEY, R. L. see Ammerman
ROSE
172
245
citrus groves (Muma, Selhime, Clancy)
55
513
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
STROBEL, J. W.
SNOW, R. E.
Verticillium wilt of strawberry in Dade
Cold tolerance observations during the
1962 freeze (illus.)
374
SODERHOLM, P. K.,
Ill
SUTTON, P.
GASKINS, M. H.
Response of okra to nitrogen, phosphorus
and WINTERS, H. F.
and potassium fertilization (illus.)
Ornamental eucalypts for South Florida
(illus.)
County, Florida (illus.)
419
SWEET CORN
shank and husk trimming (Showalter)
SOILS
copper limits in citrus (Edson)
5
organic, and nitrogen, potassium effect
on radishes (Stephens, Thompson)
139
pepper trials on sandy (Ozaki)
228
root-knot infested, nitrogen effects (Win
chester, Ozaki)
163
equipment
used
on
citrus
(Brooks,
Thompson, Jutras)
18
STEFFANI, C. H.
Necrology
485
STENSTROM, E. C. see Westbrook
258
STEPHENS, J. M. and THOMPSON, B. D.
Effect of nitrogen,
potassium, and
celery, transplanting temperatures (Wolf)
205
citrus storage
318
(Hayward, Edwards)
post-harvest on tomato (Segall, Hayslip,
Walter)
172
sub-freezing
effect
on
pectin
(Rouse,
ture levels on the yield and quality of
139
Ephedra alkaloid in citrus juice (illus.)
242
STORAGE
in
citrus
Edwards)
fertilizer
484
Necrology
THIOUREA
peach germination (Paul, Biggs)
THOMPSON, B. D. see Stephens
Necrology
cartons
18
318
anemones
225
bruising in handling (Hatton, Jr., Reeder)
301
control of diseases and weeds (Cox)
131
and
insecticide
compatibility
(Jones, Kelsheimer)
428
son)
466
pollination effects (Walter)
temperature effect on tomatoes (Hall)
304
post-harvest temperatures (Segall, Hayslip, Walter)
STOUFFER, R. F.
disease
by
of
hybrid
cucumber
amaryllis
mosaic
virus
(illus.)
462
487
STOUT, R. G.
57
STOVER, L. H. and MORTENSEN, J. A.
Four promising grape selections (illus.)
158
172
134
storage temperatures effect (Hall)
304
UREA
393
VALLI, V. J. and YOUNG, H. W.
Alterations of the biosphere by shading
Some relevant factors in forecasting har
vest size of Valencia oranges (illus.)
153
resistance to leafminer (Kelsheimer)
germination of peach (Paul, Biggs)
STOUT, G. L.
Necrology
126
nutrients for quality and yield (Gerald-
(Radspinner,
Sheehan)
agribusiness (Hutcheson)
fungicide
(Hayward,
,
.on
caused
139
487
gladiolus corms (Nanney, Waters)
Mosaic
393
TOMATOES
STEWART, I.
diphenyl
TENNY, L. S.
THULLBERY, C. C.
radishes (Raphanus sativus L.) grown
on organic soils (illus.)
295
THOMPSON, W. L. see Brooks
mois
308
TEMPERATURE
Atkins, Moore)
SPRAY
149
341
and the resulting effect on two vege
table crops (illus.)
VAN WALLEGHEM, P. A. see Ammerman
217
245
VEGETABLES
STRAWBERRY
nematicides (Overman)
114
biosphere changes results (Valli, Young)
217
Verticillium wilt (Strobel)
111
CO2 in respiration (Vines, Oberbacher)
312
514
FLORIDA STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY, 1963
frost protection (Ozaki)
shelf
life
of
escarole
(Segall,
168
grapefruit utilized by Florida citrus
processors for seasons 1958-59 through
122
1961-62 (illus.)
Griffin,
Melvin)
VERTICILLIUM WILT
WHELCHEL, H. C. JR.
strawberry (Strobel)
111
VINES, H. M. and OBERBACHER, M. F.
Simple method for CO2 determination in
fruit and vegetable respiration studies
(illus.)
312
VIRUS
mosaic on amaryllis (Stouffer)
xyloporosis,
insect
transmission (
poor
pollination
in
172
fertilizer
on
rhododendron
viburnum
(Dickey, Poole, Joiner)
431
WATERS, W. E.
240
WINTERS, H. F. see Knight
See Soderholm
on potted chrysanthemums (illus.)
436
on
bulb
longiflorum
production
of
Lilium
(illus.)
424
See Nanney
466
WEEDS
control on tomatoes (Cox)
131
WEHLBURG, C.
Bacterial
spot
of
cabbage
caused
by
Pseudomonas cichorii (illus.)
119
See Casselman
136
WENZEL, F. W. see Hill
276
See Maraulja
285
WESTBROOK, G. F. and STENSTROM, E. C.
Brix
and
Brix-acid
ratios
of
345
WOLF, E. A.
of
flowering
in
Apium
graveolens (Var. Utah 52-70) by cold
treatment in relation to post-trans
planting temperatures (illus.)
205
355
WORKMAN, R. B.
Green peach aphid control on potatoes
at Hastings (illus.)
Influence of diuron and simazine herbi
163
419
WOLFENBARGER, D. O. see Hatton
Effects of slowly-soluble coated fertilizer
Degrees
WILSON, C. W. Ill see Gold
Introduction
WATER
cides
348
peppers growing in root-knot infested
soil (illus.)
158
See Segall
WHITMAN, W. F. and BIEBEL, J. P.
Rare Fruit Council activities 1962-63
(illus.)
48
tomato
(illus.)
51
WINCHESTER, J. A. and OZAKI, H. Y.
Effects of nitrogen source on beans and
WALTER, J. M.
of
Indian River citrus comes of age
462
Nor
man, Childs)
Effects
258
125
YEASTS
frozen orange concentrate (Murdock)
264
YORK, E. T. JR.
Challenges and opportunities in Florida
agriculture
XXII
YOUNG, H. W. see Valli
YOUNG, R. see Hearn
217
75
YOUNG, T. W.
Outstanding paper award
XVII
1962 freeze vs. the Florida lychee indus
try (illus.)
365

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