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Butterfly Nectar Plants. South Florida
IFAS Table 11 lists species common in south Florida which are also butterfly nectar plants; by Joe Schaefer, Ph.D., associate professor, Craig N. Huegel, former assistant extension scientist, Pinellas Country, and Frank J. Mazzotti, Ph.D., assistant professor, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation department, University of Florida, Everglades REC, Belle Glade; published December 1990, reviewed January 1999.

Cold Protection of Ornamental Plants
Department of Environmental Horticulture Fact Sheet by Dewayne L. Ingram and Thomas H. Yeager outlining steps for protecting Florida plants from injury by cold; June 1990.

Espalier
Fact Sheet by Celine Burns, 1995.

Espaliers
Environmental Horticulture Circular by R. J. Black and T. H. Yeager. How to pronounce, train and maintain espaliers, published May 1985 and May 1993.

Florida Climate Data
Energy Extension Service Circular by R.J. Black, July 1993. General climate of Florida.

Florida Extension Plant Disease Clinic Network
Document by G.W. Simone and R.E. Cullen, Publication date: December 1993. Revised: August 1997.Reviewed, March 1998. "The primary role of the FEPDC is to determine if the plant problem dysfunction involves an infectious causal agent, e.g. fungus, bacterium or virus." How to submit samples for diagnosis (15.00/sample to Florida residents).

Florida 4-H Horticulture Manual: Rules and Glossary
A study guide by K. C. Ruppert, J. G. Williamson, R. J. Black, and J. M. Stephens for Florida 4H members interested in horticulture; published March 1992.

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Germinating Your Own Bedding Plants for the Florida Landscape
Document by Robert J. Black, Extension Consumer Horticulturist; Department of Environmental Horticulture, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville; published 1995, reviewed 1997.

Botany Handbook for Florida, Revised Edition
Handbook originally published in 1965 by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. printed in a new version with their permission. Features a new introduction, and editorial changes in the text by Suzanne McCullough and Kathleen C. Ruppert. The original text was by Nancy A. Knox and Ethel McSwiney. Basic botany of roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds;
First published 1965. Revised June 1997. Reviewed January 1999.

Lime and Liming -- A Florida Perspective
By Gerald Kidder, professor, Soil and Water Science Department, Cooperative Extension
Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville;   First published March 1989, reviewed November 1996.

Plant Nutrients and Fertilizers for the Non-farmer
Fact Sheet by Gerald Kidder, professor, Soil and Water Science Department, Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville; First published: January 1990. Revised: March 1996 and
October 1997.

Soil Plant Water Relationships
Extension Circular by Dorota Z. Haman and Forrest T. Izuno to promote wise use of irrigation systems for water conservation; January 1993.

Soils and Plant Nutrition
Extension Department Soil and Water Science Fact Sheet by Jimmy J. Street and Gerald Kidder. Macronutrients, micronutrients, and nutrient availability;
January 1989. Revised June 1997.

Types of Decorative Greens
Description of various foliages used by the floral industry, pictures, handling tips; by
the Florida Fern Growers Association.

Weeds of the Southern U.S.
TAMU Publication designed to aid identification of 120 of the more common weeds in the southern United States (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia). Large images and descriptions.

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