Cassava (Manihot eseulenta, Crantz) Establishment and Adaptability in the Rio Grande Valley.D. J. Makus
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:10-15.
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:16-18.
A Leaf Disk Clearing and Staining Technique to Quantify Ascospores of Mycosphaerella citri in Young Citrus Leaves
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:19-21.
Perceptions of Integrated Pest Management Practices for Cucurbit Pests by South Texas Growers
Tony Barrientos and Juan R. Anciso
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:22-24.
Pungency Responses of Ten Onion Cultivars Grown in the Rio Grande Valley During Three Growing Seasons at Two Locations
Brian K. Hamilton, Josefina Alcalã, Kil S. Yoo, Leonard M. Pike and Rick W. Jones
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:25-28.
Effect of Insecticides on Okra, Squash and Southern Pea Seeds
Jesus Loera-G and A. Diaz-F
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:29-32.
Changes in Sugar Concentration in Onion Scales during Storage at Selected Temperatures and after Transfer to 27°C
Ku Sun Yoo, Leonard M. Pike, Craig R. Anderson and B. Greg Cobb
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:33-37.
Identification of RAPD Markers in a Population of Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgar/s. L.) Segregating for Iron Chlorosis Resistance
Hector M. Cortinas-Escobar, James J. Giovannoni and Creighton Miller, Jr
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:38-42.
Stored Short Day Onions are Adversely Affected by High Preharvest Levels of Purple Blotch and Thrips
P. Perkins-Veazie, J. K. Collins, B. D. Bruton, M. E. Miller, B. O. Cartwright and J. V. Edelson
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:43-48.
Foreign Exploration for Natural Enemies of Bemisia tabaci from Southeast Asia
J. C. Legaspi, B. C. Legaspi, Jr., R. I. Carruthers, J. Goolsby, W. A. Jones, A. A. Kirk, C. Moomaw, T. J. Poprawski, R. A. Ruiz, N. S. Talekar and D. Vacek
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:49-56.
Greenhouse and Subsequent Landscape Growth Responses of Petunia and Pansy to Container Size, Copper-Coated Containers, and Extended Production Times
Michael A. Arnold and Harvey J. Lang
Subtropical Plant Sci. J. 48:57-61.
Cypermethrin and the Tobacco Budworm: Two Approaches to Determine Sample Sizes Required to Estimate Mortalities of Moths Bioassayed in Vials