1. 1983-01-01 What are the advantages and disadvantages of growing citrus from seed when that is possible? One obvious advantage is that it is much less labor intensive to simply sow citrus seeds and eliminate the grafting step. Another advantage is that the seedling will most likely be free from viruses that...
  2. 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.
  3. 1957-06-01 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
  4. 1980-04-01 This publication discussed insects, mites, and disease and their control for home citrus growers. 27 pages, illustrated, photos Circular 139 G
  5. 1968-06-01 Circular 546 25 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. 1950-08-01 Bulletin 139 47 pages, illustrated, photos
  7. 1975-01-01 91 pages, tables
  8. 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...
  9. 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.
  10. 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...