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  1. 1990-01-19 Introduction to Citrus Publisher [United States] : ECHO, [1990] Media: DVD Summary: Dr. Campbell discusses growing diffrent types of citrus fruits in tropical conditions. As well as the best soil, drainage, and spacing in your garden. Description: set of 2discs
  2. 1995-01-01 This book is a guide to the various topics in Florida citrus growing: from selecting citrus, to site selection, to tree care, to pruning, though how to freeze trees and ending with common pests, diseases and disorders of dooryard citrus. (2 Copies)
  3. 1961-01-01 The purpose of this bulletin is to bring before the Florida grower, in a brief practical and scientific manner, the known information regarding the malnutrition problems of citrus, point out the deficiency symptoms of various nutrients, as well as the symptoms of excesses. By so doing and...
  4. 1987-01-01 This publication was used in an intensive course in citrus propagation and nursery management. It includes presentations by university researchers and extension horticulturists, state regulatory officials, citrus nurserymen and other industry representatives. 83 pages
  5. 1993-04-01 Report of unusual fruit from Noel Vietmeyer Various page numbered sections,
  6. Key Resource 1987-01-19 [Reference Book] Available full-text in USDA's national Agricultural Library http://naldr.nal.usda.gov (search Martin, Agriculture Hanbook 1987) The edible fruits of the Tropics are many in number, varied in form, and irregular in distribution. They can be categorized as major or minor. Only...
  7. 2002-01-01 147 pages, illustrated, photos Fruits for the Future; 3
  8. 1984-01-01 This publication provides information on the basics of Citrus production.Understanding Citrus Fruit Growingincludes information regarding origin and adaption, technology and resources needed, labor needed, costs and returns, maintenance requirements, climate, soils, etc. 15 pages Technologies for...
  9. This notebook contains Fruit Crops Fact Sheets on types of fruits. Each contains a listing of varieties, pollination, propagation, planting cultural practices, harvesting, insects, and diseases. Contains index illustrated
  10. 1980-01-01 A guide to growing and enjoying fruits such as oranges, lemons and kumquats, with information on correct climate, varieties, selection, grove landscaping, and uses of citrus in cooking. 176 pages, illustrated, photos (2 copies)