1. This book includes many fascinating facts and interesting history about citrus fruit. It includes a varied selection of recipes and ideas that will temp anyone who has looked at an orange or lemon.
  2. 1/6/1957 Also contains: "Insects and mites found on Florida citrus" and "Recommended fertilizers and nutrional sprays for citrus." 3 books, each with own pages numbers, illustrated, photos
  3. 1/4/1980 27 pages, illustrated, photos Circular 139 G
  4. 1/6/1968 Circular 546 25 pages, illustrated, photos
  5. 1/8/1950 Bulletin 139 47 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. 1/1/1975 91 pages, tables
  7. The 4th edition has updated literature review articles, 3 new rootstocks(US Super Sours 1, 2 and 3),updated info about the UFR Series in the Rootstock Data Table, additionalauthors and contributors, and a new section with theHistory of the FLCRSG. The revised FLCRSG is also available as an...
  8. In his colorful handbook, Florida author Monica Brandies shares her ways with wonderful citrus: buy or harvest citrus, grow citrus at home, citrus in the kitchen, citrus around the house, citrus in the garden, and a citrus guide.
  9. C. latifolia,is known by many names such as Tahitian lime, Bearss lime, and Persian lime. The nearly-thornless trees grow vigorously to a medium-large size with a spreading form and have white blossoms. Persian lime trees are more cold-hardy than Mexican lime trees and should do well in areas...
  10. This Notebook included USDA information on various citrus diseases.