1. UF/IFAS TREC is the premier research, extension, and teaching institution in Florida with primary focus on tropical and subtropical fruit crops, traditional and tropical vegetables, tropical ornamental crops, energy crops and natural resources in the warm subtropics. Due to the region's humid...
  2. 1/6/1960 This book will not attempt to cover either all tropical fruits or citrus fruits, but will deal primarily with the more popular varieties of the small fruit and pnut trees which will thrive and produce fruit in the state. 59 pages, illustrated
  3. 1/1/1975 Many mites are microscopic in size, and distinguishing characters given in scientific descriptions are visible only through a high-powered, compound, phase microscope. As a result there is a great need for a non-technical publication that permits the identification of mites under grove conditions...
  4. 1/1/1981 In the past half-century, fruit growing has changed steadily from an activity in which the amateur could compete easily with the professional to one in which only those who were well-grounded in horticultural science and its applications to each fruit could hope to succeed. The present book...
  5. 1/1/1991 "An excellent book that is needed by all who are interested in growing citrus in Florida or elsewhere."--Florida Garden Guide "Filled with tips on growing Florida's claim to fame. . . . Can help anyone grow grapefruit, oranges, lemons, or limes."--Tampa Tribune Whether you're responsible for...
  6. 1/1/1988 This booklet promotes the advantages of landscaping with native plants. It stresses the water economy of native plants and also the cold hardiness of native species. 2 copies
  7. A "Florida native plant" refers to a species occurring within the state boundaries prior to European contact, according to the best available scientific and historical documentation. Florida native plants include those species understood as indigenous, occurring in natural associations in...
  8. 1/1/1998 The most comprehensive field guide available to the flora and fauna of Florida--a portable, essential companion for visitors and residents alike--from the go-to reference source for over 18 million nature lovers. This compact volume contains: An easy-to-use field guide for identifying 1,000 of...
  9. 1/1/1958 Florida's climate is nearest in approach to a tropical climate in the US. This book gives us a look at a wide variety of tropical and subtropical fruits and plants which can be grown in this particular climate.
  10. 1/1/1957 This publication tells the history of pineapple in Florida and gives information on how to raise pineapples.