Marketing Florida, Alabama and North Carolina potatoes

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Marketing Florida, Alabama and North Carolina potatoes
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United States -- Consumer and Marketing Service. -- Market News Service on Fruits and Vegetables
Federal-State Market News Service
United States -- Agricultural Marketing Service. -- Fruit and Vegetable Division
Florida -- Marketing Bureau Section
Florida -- Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Alabama -- Dept. of Agriculture and Industries
North Carolina -- Division of Markets
North Carolina -- Dept. of Agriculture
Publisher:
Market News Service on Fruits and Vegetables
Place of Publication:
Thomasville, Ga
Creation Date:
1968
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Potatoes -- Marketing -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Potatoes -- Marketing -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- Alabama   ( lcsh )
Potatoes -- Marketing -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- North Carolina   ( lcsh )
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statistics   ( marcgt )
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Began in 1966 or 1967.
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Ceased with: 1977.
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Description based on: 1967; title from cover.
General Note:
Latest issue consulted: 1977.
General Note:
Prepared in cooperation with the State Depts. of Agriculture and the USDA, Agricultural Marketing Service.

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Preceded by:
Marketing Florida potatoes
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Marketing South Alabama potatoes
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Marketing Eastern North Carolina potatoes
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Marketing potatoes

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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF


AGRICULTURE


CONSUMER AND MARKETING SERVICE


AGRICULTURR~l.


MARKET


RESEARCH


CENTER


F tI HALL


COOPERATING WITH


(i FLORIDA


GAIIN EJIILLL


FL(IwaeV


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
DIVISION OF MARKETING, MARKETING BUREAU SECTION


ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF


AGRICULTURE AND INDUSTRIES


NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
DIVISION OF MARKETS


MARKET


NG


FLORIDA,


ALABAMA


AND


NORTH


CAROL.


NA


POTATOES


SUMMARY


OF


1968


SEASON


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PREFACE


This


publication


a combined


summary


of Florida,


Alabama and North


Carolina


potato marketing


for the


1968 potato


season.


The Federal-State


Market


News


Service


b


information and issuing daily market reports
Hastings, Florida April 22, Foley Alabama Na


egan
for
v 28


collec


ting


the 1968


shipping point


potato


and Elizabeth


season


ity,


North Carolina


piled by


June


Federal-State


This


summary


Market News


was


Service


prepared from
Offices at t


information


hose


com-


reporting points.


Crocker


Local Representative


Hastin


Flo rida


George D. Cammeyer
Local Representative
Foley, Alabama


Buchanan


Local Representative


Elizabeth


City,


Additional


copie s


of this


summary may be


obtained by writing:


Market


News Branch,


F&V Division


Consumer and Marketing


Service


U. S


Department


Washington,


of Agriculture
. 20250


CONTENT


Pagce


Review

Potato


of the


Season


Production


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by States


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Daily


Rail and Truck Shipments


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Hastings Rail Shipments


by Stations


- Daily


9 0 0 0 0 0 V


Shippin


Point Prices


-- Florida, Alabama


and North


Carolina


.9


Terminal Market Prices


0 0 0 9 0 0 S 0 0


.1


Unloads


of New Potatoes


in 41


Cities


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REVIEW OF THE 1968 HASTINGS


I. H. CROCKER


FLORIDA POTATO SEASON


- LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE


ACCORDING TO THE CROP REPORTING BOARD, S.RS., USDA, THE APRIL 1ST HASTINGS AREA POTATO
ACREAGE ESTIMATE WAS SET AT 28 000 ACRES. THIS WAS 6.2 THOUSAND ACRES ABOVE THE 1967 CROP AND
2.6 THOUSAND ACRES ABOVE THE 1462-66 AVERAGE. THE MAY 1ST PRODUCTION ESTIMATE WAS SET AT
4 80.000 HUNDREDWEIGHT. THIS WAS 89 PER CENT MORE THAN THE 1967 CROP AND 11 PER CENT ABOVE THE
1 62-66 FIVE YEAR AVERAGE.

THE HASTINGS POTATO CROP MADE A GOOD RECOVERY FROM THE COLD HEATHER OF LATE MARCH.
HARVESTING WAS DELAYED ABOUT THREE WEEKS WITH LIGHT MOVEMENT BEGINNING THE HEEK OF APRIL 22.
IRRIGATION WAS USED EXTENSIVELY AS DROUGHT CONDITIONS PREVAILED APRIL AND MAY. FAIR MOVEMENT
OCCURRED BETWEEN APRIL 29 AND MAY 5TH WITH PEAK MOVEMENT BEGINNING MAY 6 AND EXTENDING THROUGH
JUNE 2. INTERMITTENT RAINFALL FROM A TROPICAL STORM BEGAN ON JUNE 4TH, PREVAILING THROUGH MOST
OF THE WEEK. GROWERS WERE ABLE TO GET BACK IN THE FIELDS ON JUNE 10 TO HARVEST THE REMAINING


LIGHT


ACREAGE, HOWEVER9 QUALITY AND CONDITION OF REMAINING OFFERINGS WERE QUITE VARIABLE.


THE SINGLE HOST IMPORTANT MARKETING FACTOR THIS SEASON HAS THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NORTH
FLORIDA POTATO EXCHANGE, OF WHICH MANY GROWERS WERE MEMBERS. A MARKETING COMMITTEE MET TWICE
A WEEK ON MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS TO ESTABLISH A MINIMUM PRICE ON ROUND WHITE VARIETIES, AND A
GENERALLY RECOMMENDED MINIMUM PRICE FOR ROUND REDS.


PRICES CONTI


MARKET
HEIGHT
DECLINE
WEAKER
REPORT
TABLE
MARKET


ED THROUGH
, DECLINING
ING AGAIN 0
MARKET CON
ON JUNE 10
STOCK ROUND
PREVAILING


NUED TO DECLINE THROUGH THE SEASON. AS IN THE PAST, MOST OF THE CROP WAS
PROCESSING CHANNELS. THE OPENING PRICE ON APRIL 22 WAS $,.50 PER HUNDRED-
ON MAY 2ND TO $4.00. A PRICE OF $3.50 PREVAILED FROM MAY 6 THROUGH MAY 13,
N MAY 14 TO $3.25 AND MAINTAINED THIS LEVEL THROUGH MAY 24TH. A SLIGHTLY
TINUED TO PREVAIL WITH A PRICE OF $2.50 PER HUNDREDWEIGHT QUOTED ON THE LAST
TH. TABLE STOCK ROUND WHITES FOLLOWED THE SAME TREND AS PROCESSING STOCK.
REDS EXPERIENCED A BETTER DEMAND THROUGH THE SEASON WITH A GENERALLY STEADY
*


THE
FOR A FAI
ACREAGE.
TINUED TO
CENT OR B
BURLAP SA
SIZE A OR


PRINCIPAL ROUND WHITES VARIETY CONTINUED TO BE THE SEBAGO WITH INCREASING POPULARITY
RLY NEW VARIETY, THE LACHIPPER. SUPERIORS ALSO ACCOUNTED FOR A LIGHT PERCENTAGE OF THE
THE PRIMARY ROUND RED VARIETY WAS THE LA SODA. THE PRINCIPAL PACK TO PROCESSORS CON-
BE THE 100 LB. BURLAP SACK GRADED A PERCENTAGE OF U.S. NO. 1 QUALITY, MOSTLY 85 PER-
ETTER 1-7/8 INCH MINIMUM. PACKAGES FOR TABLE STOCK WERE 100 LB, BURLAP SACKS. 0 LB.
CKS AND PAPER BAGS AND A FEW 10 LB. OPEN WINDOW PAPER BAGS, GENERALLY GRADED .S. NO. 1
B.


POTATO SHIPMENTS FROM THE HASTINGS AREA TOTALED 8,330 CARLOT EQUIVALENTS. OF TliAT TOTAL
3,809 WERE RAIL CARS AND 4,521 WERE APPROXIMATE TRUCK SHIPMENTS. THIS WAS 4,424 tARLOT EQUIVA-
LENTS MORE THAN THE 1967 TOTAL OF 3,906 AND 1,530 CARLOT EQUIVALENTS AHEAD OF THE MORE
COMPARABLE 1966 SEASON OF 6,800 CARLOTS.


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REVIEW OF THE 1968 FOLEY, ALABAMA POTATO SEASON


GEORGE D. CAMMEYER


- LOCAL REPRESENTAT SE


THE HARVEST OF THE 1968 SOUTH ALABAMA POTATO CROP GOT OFF TO A LATE START BECAUSE OF A
FREEZE IN LATE MARCH. THE FREEZE DID NOT CAUSE ANY APPRECIABLE REPLANTING OF POTATOES BUT IT
DID DELAY DEVELOPMENT OF THE CROP ABOUT TWO TO THREE WEEKS. THE HARVEST, WHICH HAD BEEN PLANNED
TO BEGIN ABOUT MAY 10, DID NOT ACTUALLY GET UNDERWAY UNTIL THE WEEK OF MAY 21 AND THEN ONLY
IN A LIGHT WAY. MOST SHIPPERS DID NOT BEGIN OPERATING UNTIL THE WEEK OF MAY 27, ON FRIDAY,
MAY 31, ALABAMA SHIPPED 102 CARLOT EQUIVALENTS AND THEREAFTER UNTIL FRIDAY JUNE 14, SHIPMENTS
RANGED GENERALLY 110 TO 130 CARLOTS PER DAY. MOST SHIPPERS HOPED TO BE ABLE TO CLOSE FRIDAY,
JUNE 21, BUT MANY WERE UNABLE TO DO SO BECAUSE SOME HEAVY RAINS AND AN ACUTE SHORTAGE OF
TRUCKS HAMPERED HARVESTING AND LOADING IN THAT WEEK. SEVERAL SHIPPERS WERE FORCED TO OPERATE
UNTIL THURSDAY OF THE FOLLOWING WEEK, AND A FEW RAN UNTIL JULY 3.

WHEN THE MARKET NEWS OFFICE CLOSED, ALABAMA HAD SHIPPED NEARBY 2,500 CARLOTS OF POTATOES
AND SOME SHIPPERS ESTIMATED AN ADDITIONAL 250 TO 300 CARLOTS REMAINED TO BE SHIPPED.

THE DEMAND AND MARKET FOR TABLE STOCK ROUND WHITE TYPES WAS GENERALLY GOOD THROUGHOUT
THE SEASON, AND PRICES HERE REMARKABLY STABLE, RANGING 3.50-4.00, MOSTLY 3.75 PER CWT F.O.B.
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2
REVIEW OF THE 1968 FOLEY, ALABAMA POTATO SEASON
(CONTINUED)
THE RED TYPES SHOWED VERY UNIFORM SIZE IN ALABAMA THIS SEASON, WITH VERY FEW RUNNING LARGER
THAN 3-./4 INCHES, BUT MOST MEETING SIZE A SPECIFICATIONS VERY EASILY. MOST ALSO HAD GOOD
MATURITY WHEN SHIPPED, AND PRESENTED A GENERALLY ATTRACTIVE APPEARANCE. IN THE CONSUMER PACKS
WHICH REPRESENTED A LARGE PORTION OF THE CROP. THEY WERE ALSO FREE FROM THE INSECT INFESTATION
WHICH HAD SEVERELY DAMAGED THEIR MARKETABILITY IN 1967, AND WHICH RESULTED IN SOME ACREAGE NOT
BEING HARVESTED THAT YEAR.
YIELDS PER ACRE WERE SOMEWHAT HIGHER ON BOTH THE RED AND WHITE VARIETIES THAN IN 1967 SUT
THE CUT OF ABOUT 4,000 ACRES PLANTED RESULTED IN A SUBSTANTIALLY SMALLER CROP THIS YEAR.
BECAUSE IT WAQ VERY HOT THROUGHOUT THE HARVEST SEASON, MOST SHIPMENTS WERE PRECOOLED, AND
MANY SHIPPERS REVERTED TO USE OF FIELD HANDS TO HARVEST THE CROP, TO LONER THE RISK OF DAMAGING
THE POTATOES BY BRUISING. SOME ROUND RED SIZE BS WERE SOLD FOR TABLE STOCK, BUT MOST ROUND WHITE
B SIZE WERE SOLD TO CANNERS.
-* .a S


REVIEW OF THE 1968 ELIZABETH CITY, NORTH CAROLINA POTATO SEASON

H, B. BUCHANAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE

THE 1968 SHIPPING SEASON FOR THE NORTHEASTERN SECTION OF NORTH CAROLINA WAS ALMOST
COMPLETELY CLOSED OUT JULY 19TH WITH VERY LIGHT OFFERINGS EXPECTED FOR THE FOLLOWING WEEK TO 10 DAYS.
THE AREA EXPERIENCED ANOTHER SLIGHT DECLINE THIS SEASON IN TOTAL ACREAGE ACCORDING TO THE
STATISTICAL REPORTING SERVICE.
THE FIRST MARKET REPORT WAS ISSUED JUNE 17TH AND THE OPENING FOB ON ROUND WHITES WAS 3.e25
THIS FIGURE HELD FOR THE FIRST WEEK, THAN GRADUALLY DECLINED TO 2.85. THE PRICE STRUCTURE
REMAINED AT THIS LEVEL THROUGH THE WEEK ENDING JULY 13~ THEN DROPPED TO A LOW OF 2.50 IN THE LAST
WEEK OF REPORTING.
POTATOES FOR CHIPPING STOCK ON DAILY SALES WERE GENERALLY 10-25$ LOWER THAN TABLE STOCK
THROUGHOUT THE SEASON, MUCH OF THE CHIPPING STOCK WAS SOLD ON CONTRACT PRICES ESTABLISHED
PRIOR TO THE START OF THE SEASON,

THE FIRST FOB ON ROUND REDS WAS JULY 3RD AT MOSTLY 3*75 AND THE PRICE REMAINED AT-THIS LEVEL
THROUGHOUT THE SEASON.
YIELDS IN THE SOUTHERN.PART OF THE AREA WERE GENERALLY GOOD. IN CAMDEN AND PASQUOTANK
COUNTIES, HOWEVER, THE YIELDS WERE BELOW AVERAGE DUE TO DAMAGE BY WET WEATHER IN THE EARLY PART
OF THE GROWING SEASON.
THE QUALITY WAS GENERALLY GOOD UNTIL THE FINAL WEEK OF THE SEASON, WHEN HEAVY RAINS
CAUSED SOME DETERIORATION.

THE PACKAGES FOR TABLE STOCK WERE PRIMARILY 100 LB., 50 LB., AND 10 LB. SACKS, CHIPPING
STOCK WAS SHIPPED IN 100 LB. SACKS OR IN LOOSE BULK LOADS.

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ACREAGE, YIELD AND PRODUCTION OF POTATOES IN THE UNITED STATES
AND ANNUAL 1967 AND 1968


POTATOES,


- AVERAGE 1962-1966


IRISH


SEASONAL GROUP
AND
STATE


ACREAGE HARVESTED
AVERAGE: : IN
1962-66: 1967 : 19


1,000
ACRES
"" "" "


WINTER:

CALIFORNIA


TOTAL


1,000
ACRES
11.9
12.8


:YIELD PER HARV. ACRE
: AVgRAGE: : IND
: 1962-66: 1967 : 196


1,000
ACRES

11.5
10.5


MINTER


AVERAGE
1962-66


1,000
tNT.

1 ,366
2,:26
4,092


PRODUCTION


1,000
CHT.


4,894


1,000
CwT.

1,890


3,8*5


EARLY SPRING:
r LOR I fA-HASTINGS
-OTHER
TEXAS
TOTAL E. SPRING

LATE SPRING:
NORTH CAROLINA
8 N.E. COUNTIES
OTHER COUNTIES
SOUTH CAROLINA
ALABAMA
MISSISSIPPI
ARKANSAS
LOUISIANA
OKLAHOMA
TEXAS
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
TOTAL L. SPRING


EARLY SUMMER:
KANSAS
DELAWARE
MARYLAND
V A.EAsT.SHORE
-OTHER
NORTH CAROLINA
KENTUCKY
TENNESSEE
ALABAMA
TEXAS
CALIFORNIA
TOTAL E. SUMMER


14,029
296
200


30.2
- S -Sm-


28.0
S* -


33.2
e e m e .


150
Sa* *


4,525
a* -**


1,46
247
220
1,976
208
11

552
2,328
5.366


101.6


- -- se


103.4


84.3
*I -I Sl -


87.3


224
Sm. a -


160


22,769
o a S- -


167


12,662;


2,940
S a -


1,50O
276
175 1
1,820 1/
270
184


23,73*


13,980


4,400
403
247


5,050
- -a a


1,425
264
32
i188
i10
32

2,424
3,510


20,067
rI I I I


-L


276
126
1,620
323
250
198
208
368

2,135

14,282


LATE SUMMER:
N.Y. -LONG ISLAND 10.3
NEW JERSEY 17.2
OHIO 4.0
INDIANA 1.4
ILLINOIS 2.4
MICHIGAN 10.5
WISCONSIN 20,4
MINNESOTA 6.9
IOWA 3.3
MFpOAervA ,


260
270
190
185
160
170
200
235
170
4LA


1,518
4,160
612










ACREAGE,


YIELD AND PRODUCTION OF POTATO
AND AN:JUAL 1967


ES IN THE UNITED STATES
AND 1968 (CONTINUED)


. AVERAGE 1962-66


POTATOES, IRISH


SEASONAL GROUP
AND
STATE


ACREAGE HARVESTED
AVERAGE: IND.
1962-66: 1967 : 1968


YIELD PER HARV
AVERAGE:
1962-66: 1967


PRODUCTION


AVERAGE
1962.66


1,000
ACRES


1,000
ACRES


1,000
ACRES


- 1- a
CWT.


CWT.


CT -
Cwr.


1,000
CNT.


1,000
CKv.


1,000
Cwy.


LATE SUMMER:
VIRGINIA
WEST VIRGINIA


NORTH CAROLINA
COLORADO
NEW MEXICO
WASHINGTON
CALIFORNIA
TOTAL L. SUMMER


(CON'T)


132.7


125.9


117
389
185
2,467
409
6,256
2,918
28,544


S125.5


28,640


29,820


FALL:
NEW HAMPSHIRE
VERMONT
MASSACHUSETTS
RHODE ISLAND
CONNECTICUT
N.Y.-LoNG ISLAND
-UPSTATE
PENNSYLVANIA
8 EASTERN-FALL


OHIO .
INDIANA
MI CHIGAN
SI SONS (N
MINNESOTA
NORTH DAKOTA
SOUTH DAKOTA
NEBRASKA
8 CENTRAL-FA


145.6
1.5
1.9
6.7

28.2
40.0
38.6


274.6"


11.9
6.6
34.4
35.5
94'.2
108.8
5.4
8.1
LL 304.9


285.1


273.9


201
253
203
214
127
126
109
189


323.0


205
300
215
238
120
119
100
S230


302.4


37,473
314
369
1,329
1 249
1,496
7,614
8,726
7,121


2,396
1,667
6,996
7,606
11,97*
13,717
594
1,524


37,604
252
1,216
1,140
7,426
8,820
9,120
67,220
2,522
1 ,950
7,095
9,401
11,760
14,280
590
1,794
49,392


64,270
2,678
1,740
6,558
8,030
11,280
14430
660
1,610
46,986


MONTANA
IDAHO-10 S.W. CO,.
-OTHER
HYOMING
COLORADO
UTAH
NEVADA
WASHINGTON
OREGON.MALHEUR Co.
-CTHER Co.
CALIFORNIA


9 WESTERN.FALL
TOTAL FALL
TOTAL Uv.S


7.8
22.1
243.4
23.4
34.0
8.1
1.2
25.7
11.6
25.6
26.1
409.1


988.6
1,357.9


8.4
31.0
273.0
3.4
33.6
7.7
.7
43.0
20.5
28.5
30.7
480.5


8.1
29.0
265.0

7.,
.4
43.0
17.0
28.5
29.2
465.7


1,088.6 1,042.0
1 ,457.9 1,92.6


1,512
9,300
54,600


90,267
202,431
275,023


114,612
231,224


305,41


1,377
8,410
50,350
629
8,452
1.0
15,480
4,505
7,125
8,030


105,549
216,805


289,869


INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING QUANTITIES NOT HARVOYTED OR NOT MARKETED BECAUSE Or ECONOMIC CONDITIONS
00 CWT.): 1967-ALABAMA, 175.
BREAKDOWN BETWEEN LATE SUMMER AND FALL BASED ON 1965-67 PERCENTAGE HARVESTED BEFORE AND AFTER
,BER 1.


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DAILY RAIL AND TRUCK SHIPMENTS


APRIL 8,


- NEW CROP POTATOES


- JULY 31,


IN THE UNITED STATES


1968 INCLUSIVE


DATES


FLORIDA
HAIL TRUCK


ALABAMA
NAiL iRUCK
-


NORTH
CAROLINA
MAIL IRUCI


ARIZONA
KAIL IRUPCK


CALIFORNIA
RfHN UTST.I
A IL tRUCKT


TEXAS
NAIL tRUCK


VIRGINIA
NAIL IKU


TOTAL
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APRIL

















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JUNE


22

2?
32
5
2
56
79









126
16


82
100
97
126
163

1







240
306
315

27
301

385










DAILY RAIL AND TRUCK


SHIPMENTS


- NEW CROP POTATOES IN THE UNITED STATES


APRIL 8,


- JULY 31, 1968 INCLUSIVE


(FCNT INUED)


F1R IDA


DATES


RAIL I RUCK


ALABAMA


HAIL IRUCK


NORTH
CAROLINA
NIL\T IRUR"


ARIIoNA
flAIL TRUCK


CALIFORNI A
KEAI Ut ST
HAIL tRUCK


TEXAS


NAZI. RUIRU


VIRGINIA
- I-T"TmP


TOTAL


-
- 485*
- 110
4 127
5 101
- 85
- a


TOTALS


49
27
25
11
23






21
2




33
30
30


406 5087


* *
930 1761


100 2"98


2521 1837


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17415 8813


*REPRESENTS TOTAL TO DATE BREAKDOWN BY DAYS dMT AVAILABLE.
**TEXAS TRUCK FOR JULY 2ND REPRESENTS SHIPMENTS FOR JULY 1 THROUGH 4
0* a a a -a


09 12


1 141
3 252
- 229
; 262
- 262
2 221
3 11

a *
2 191
* 200
2 170
- 104
1 124
* 110


99 6033 26563 27950


BREAKDOWN FOR THOSE DAYS NOT AVAILABLE.
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SHIPPING POINT PRICES OF NEW CROP POTATOES


HASTINGS


FLORIDA AND NEARBY POINTS


PROC. STOCK
05 PER CENT
U.S. No. 1
DATES QUALITY


100 LB.


TABLE STOCK
ROUND WH[TE TYPES
sILL A


U.S. NO.


1~0~0~ La-;


SKS.


50 LB.


ars.


- U.


To~-u.r


S. NO. 1
STZE B


SKtS.


100 LB.


4.25-4.


2
i


9
10
13
11
15
16
17
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
31
JUNE 3


7
10


.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
.75-4.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3,.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3,.
3.


2.22"
2.22w
1.970
1,9
1.97
.97--2.00
.97 r2.00
.97 j2.00
,97-2.00
1.97
1.97?
1.97
1I.97
1.97
1.978
1.9?i
1.85
1.86
1.85
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60


2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25
2.25-2.50
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.00-2.25
2.00-2.25
2.00-2.25
-

2.00
a


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100 LB.


TABLE STOCK
HUUND Itu iYruPs


NU. 1, I>1t A


39(3.


0O LB.


s~S.


U.l NU. T T11 LH
)U LB. SKs.


APR 19-NAY 1


NO ROUND REDS IN


,.80
*


. 5.30
5.30
4.80
4.80
4.30
4.30


4.00
9.00


50 OR 100
2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50
2.50
2,50
2.50
2.50
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.00-2.25
2.00-2.10


SACKS.


2.50
e
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.00-2.25
a


81(5.


am


r






SOUTH ALABAMA SHIPPING POINTS


(WASHED, US3I


- UNLESS


OTHERWISE STATED)


DATES


HAY 27
28
29
30
JUNE 3
4

7
10
11
12
13
17
18
19
20


100 LB. SK
4.00
,400
4,00
HOLIDAY
4,00
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.75-.4.00
3.50-4.00
3.00-3.25
3.00
3.00-3.25
2.75.3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75
2.75
2.5042.75
2.75-3.00


ROUND REDS
TABLE STOCK
S. 20 LB.


SKS.


10 LB.
LOOSE


81(3.


TOOL
US$1


8. K S
s~z.B


4.00
4.00
4.00
HOLIDAY
.4,00
3.50-4.00
3.25-4.00
3.00-4.00
3.00-4.00
3.00-4.00
2.50-3.00
2.50-3.00
2.50-2.75
2.00-2.50
2.00-2.50
2.00-2.25
2.00.2.25
2.00-2.25
2.00-2.75


.89-.


.74-.
.74..

.69-.

.69-.
.69-.


100 LB. SKS.
(ALA. UNTIL )


3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.50-;.00
2.00-2.50
2.00-2.50
2.00-2.50
2.00-2.50
1.75-2.25
1.75-2.00
1.50-2.25
1.50-2.00
1.50-2.00


*ROUND WHITES
I ABLE STO~K


1UWLI~BlSKS


zoXa. ws.


NO SALES REPORTEDL
3.50
3.50
HOLIDAY


R'
3.
3.50-3.
3.50-3.
3.50-4.
3.75.,
3.75-4.
3.75-e.
3.
3.50-3.
3.50-3.
3.50-3.
3.


.89


.89-.94
*89-.94
.89-.94

.84-.89
.84-.89
.89


- *


ELIZABETH CITY AND NEARBY POINTS


ROUND WHITES
I ABLE STOCK


100 LB.


DATES


USt1 St.A


81(5.


1U LB.


ROUND REDS
I ABLE STOCK
100 LB. SKS
USI1 Sz.A


81S(8


US#1 SZ.A


CHIPPING STOCK


CURRENT


SALES


BULK PER CWT


JUNE 17
19
20
21
24'
26
27
28
JULY 1
2
3

9
10
11
12

17


3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
00-3.
00-3.
75-3.
75-3.
75-3.
75-3.
75-3,
75-2.
75-2.
75-2.
75-2.
75-2.


.90 HIR PER CWT
.90 "
.90 "
.90 "


.90
.85-.90
.85-.90
.85-.90
.85-.90
.85-.90
.85-.90
.85-.90
.85-.90
.85-.90
*85..90
.85-.90
.85-.90


2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75


3.
3.
3.
3.
2.75-3.
2.75-3.
2.
2,
2.


" 3.70-3.90
" 3.70-3.90
" 3.75
3.75
" 3.75-3.85

PEW 3.75
" 3.50-3.75
" 3.50-3.75


2.50-2.75
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50


2.50


205-2.5


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NOTE:


SALES


FOB SHIPPING POINT BASIS


OR DELIVERED


SALES SHIPPING POINT BASIS.


0, .







PRICES OF FLORIDA NEW CROP POTATOES
AI ~SLLLLILT) I*tNINAL NAKKRLS


ROUND REDS


PRICES


PER 50


ss OTHERWISE STATED)
, SACKS9 US 1, SIZE


DATES


APR 22
23
25
26
29
30
NAY 1
2

3
6
7
8
9
10
13

15
17
20
21
22
23
24

29
30
31
JUNE 3



10
11


UIS,"


3.50
3.50
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3 75
3.50-3,75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.00-3.75
3.00.3.75
3.00-3.75
3.25-3.50
3.25
3.25
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.00-3.25
2.75-3.25
2.75-3.25
2.75-3.00


2.75-3.
2.50-3.
2.50-3.
2.50-2.
2.50-2.
2.50-2.
2.
2.


ATLANTA

- 3.50
3.50
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.00-3.75
3.00-3.75
3.00-3.75
3.25-3.50
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50


3.00-
3.00-
3.00-


HOLIDAY


hNU. M1


2.50
2.50
2.50
2450
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25
2.00-2.25
2.00
1,90-2,00
1.75-2.00
2.25
2.25.2.50
2.25
2.25


U 1 bZ.A
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.0o
3.75-4.00
4.00
4,00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.75-4.oo00
3.75-4.00
3.75.4.oo0
3.50-4.00
3.50-3.75
3.25-3.75
3.25-3.75
3.25-3.75
3.50
3.00-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25
3.25
3.25


75-3.00
50-3.00
50-3.00


.BALTIMORE

3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00

3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.50-3.75


HOLIDAY


BIRMINGHAM


-XRNU.WH.


U11 SL.A


(NV.r NH.


NO OFFERINGS


2.75
-

2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50
2.50-2.75
2.65-2.75
2.25-2.75
2.25-2.75
2.40.2.50
2.50
2.40-2.50


2.25-2.
2.25-2.
2.25-2.
2.25-2.
2.
2.


U" "I
3.75.4.00
3.75-.oo00 -
3.75-..00 -
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75 -
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75 -
3.50-3.75 -
3.50-3.75
3.3503.75
3.50-3.75 -
3.50-3.75 -
3.50-3.75 -
3.50-3.75
4.75-5.
4.75-5.
4.75-5.
HOLI DAY
4.?75-5.
4.75-5.
4.50-4.
44.50-4.
4..50-4.
4 .500..
4.50-4.
4.50-4.


BOSTON (CONT.)
KUUNUD H KLILT


HUUNU NHI


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Ubri T~zS~


DATES
MAY 17


No OFFERINGS
5.00


3.
3.40-3.
3.25-3.
3.
3.
3.00-3.
3.


29
30
31
JUNE 3
a'.


3.50
3.40-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25
3.25


UWi1 Z.A


3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
NO OFFERINGS -
3.00
e 3.00
HOLIDAY HOLIDAY
3.25 3.00
3.00 3.00
2.50-2.75 2.85-3.00
2.25-2.50 2,85-3.00
2.25-2.50 2.85
2.25-2.50 2.85
NO OFFERINGS -
2.25-2.50


USWI TZ.B


3.00-.25
3.00o-.25
a


-3.00
3.00
HOLIDAY
3.00
3.00
2.85-3.00
2.85-3.00
2.85


DATES


BOSTON







PRICES OF FLORIDA NEN CROP POTATOES
At ~LLLItU IL4MINAL WIKjb-
SrONT1NUED) -


DATES


APR 22
23
24
26
29
30
MAY 1
2
3


10
13
149
Is
16
17
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
JUNE 3

1
7
10
11


CHICAGO


UbPl ;Z.A
3.85-4.10
,00.4.15
1.00-4.15
3.85-4.15
4.00-4.15
3.75-34.25
3.75.4.15
3.75-4.00
3.75.4.00
3.75.,oo0
3,65..00
3.50-4.00
3.50-3.65
3.00.3.65
3.00-3.65
3.00-3.75
3.00-3.50
3.00-3.50
3.50-3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75


3.50-4.10
3.75.4.15
3.75-4.00
3.75-.15
3.85-4.15
3.75-4.25
3.75.4.00
375-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.oo
3.65.04.00
3.50-4.00
3.50-3.65
3,00-3.65
3.00-3.65
3.50-3.75
3.50.3.75
3.50-3.75
3.75.4.00
3.75-4.00
4.00
4.00


INSUFFICIENT TO QUOTE
3.25-3.50
3.50
INSUFFICIENT TO QUOTE
HOLIDAY
INsuFFICIENT TO qUOTE
2.75-3.00 -


NO OFFERING
2.85
2.75-3.00
2.75-2.85
2.65


2.75-3.00


CINCINNATI


US#1 SiZ.A
3.35-4.10
3.50-4.25
3.50-4.25
3.50-4.25
3.50-4.25
3.50-4.10
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.75
3.25-3.75
3.25-3.75
3.25-3.75
3.00-3.75
3.25-3.65
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.15-3.50
3.00-3.50
3.15-3.5
3.25.3.65
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.35-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.25-3.65
3.25-3.65
2.75-3.00
2.50-2.75
HOLIDOA
2.50-2.65
2.50-2.60
2,50
2.40-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.35
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50


Usirl sz.


3.50-4.
3.50-4.
3.50-4.
3.75-4.
3.75-4.
3.50-4.
3.50-3.
3.25-3.
3.25-3.
3.25-3.
3.25-3.
3.00-3.
3.25-3.
3.25-3.
3.25-3.
3.25-3.
3.00-3.
3.25"3.
3.25-3.
3.25-3.
3.25-3.
3.40-3.
3.50.3.


2.50-3.00
Y
3.00
a


UbPl SZ.R


-:3.50.3.75
3.50.3.75
3.50-3.75
3.30-33.750~

4.oJ-1'.35


1.0:25-4.5O1

4.25.4.5
4.25.4.5
4.25-4.0
3.75.4.o0


3.75


3.153.5i 0
3.25.3.50
3.25-3.j50
3.25.3450
3.25.3.~50

3.25-3.50
3.25.3490
3.25-33,0


CLEVELAND


10 LB. BALED
4.00.4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4,25
4.25
4.25
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
S50
4.50
*


HOLIDAY
t
.
a
a


SUPtfflut's


3.00

3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50
2.50


DATES


US~$-1 ZiZ.


75.4.00
75-4.00
75-4,00
75-4.00
75.4,00
00-4.25
00-4.25
00.4.25
00-4.25
00-4.25
3.75


DETROIT

MAY 17
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
JUNE 3


Uwl F Z.A UcONTINUEOD


a
3.00
HOLIDAY
-







PRICES OF FLORIDA NEW CROP POTATOES

(CONT INUED)


DATES
APR 22
23
24

29
30
MAY 1


20
21
22
2?

28
29
30
31
JUNE 3


7


KANSAS CITY


UwP SZ.A


US;91 31.5B


NO OFFERINGS
", "


4.25
4.00
4.00-4.25
4.00-4,25
4.00-4.25
3.50-3.75


r.06-4
4,00-4

3.50-3


HOLIDAY


3,504.00


4,00-4.25


LOUISVILLE
U^.1 S; ZoA S.ZnU.LS


IJgiP 5~Z.A


.25-3.50
.25.3.50
*25-3.50
.25-3.50
.25-3.50
.25-3.50
.25-3,50
.50-3.60
3.60
3.60
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.25
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
.25-3.50
.25-3.50
.25-3.75
.50.3.75
.25-3.50
.00-3.50
.00-3.50
3.00
HOLI
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
2.75
.50-2.75,
.50-2.75


3.
3.
3.
3.
50-2.
50-2.
50-2.


2.50-2.75


4.25-4.50
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50
#.oo-4.so
4.00-.50
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50
4.00-'.50
4.25
4.50
3.75-4.25
3.75
3.75
3.75-4.00
4.00-4,25
4.00
4.00
4.25
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
3,75-4.25
3.75-4.00
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-4.00
3.50-4.00

3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.00
3.00
2.75-3.00


NEW YORK CITY


'1.25-4.50
4.00-4.50
'f:oo-Jf.5
1.00-4.50
if. 00-4.,50
4.00-4.50
4.00-4~.50
134754..25
44,50
3,75-4.00


4.50
4.50 :
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
00-4.25
00-4.25
00-4.25
00-4,25
00-4.25
HOLIDAY


3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.00
3.00
2.75-3.00


SVBUBBt;7
L.A USW1 SZ.5
5.":TJ
3.50


.00-3.
.00-3.
.00-3.


3.
3.
75-3.
75-3.
00-3.
3.
10-3.
10-3.
10-3.
15-3.
15-3.
00-3.
15-3.
15-3.
15-3.
15-3.


3.00-3
3
2.75-3
2.753
2.75-3


1 -

3.
2.
2.25-2,
2.
2.


2.50-2
3
2.75-3


DATES
APR 22
23
24
26
29
30
MAY 1
2
3


9
10
14


PHILADPHIHIA
U(sRI szoA USmI SZ.B


3.
3.75-4.
4.
4.
3.75-4.
4.
4.
4.
4.
4,

3.
--
3.

3.75-3.
3.75-3.


3.75
75-4.oo00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.25
4.00
4.25


25


90
90


stes ,


1AFItS


usV
'=,J' .


RMA 17


PHILADELPHIA (CON'T)


;szs~


4.00
90-4.00
90-4.00
90-4.00
3.50
00-3.25
00-3.25
00-3.25


3.00-3.
3.
2.75-3.


2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
3.00


Unr 5sB


4.00
4.25
4.00-4.25
4.00
3.50
a


HOLIDAY


WBAgOUt5
2.65-2.7
3.0
3.0
2.75-2.8
2.90-3.0
2.90-3.0
2.65-2.7
2.7
2.65-2.7

2.00-2.5
2.25-2.5
2.5
2.5







PRICES OF FLORIDA NEW CROP POTATOES
AlI ltLtLIUt It~LRINAL PHAKKtI
SItCONT INUED)


DATES
APR 22
23
24
26
29
30
MAY 1
2

3
6





14
17
20
21
22
23
24
27
28
29
30
31
JUNE 3



10
11


3.50-&.25
3.754-.00
3.754.o00
3.75-4.00
4.00
3.75-4.0oo0
UNAV


3.75
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.50-4.00
3.50.4.00
UNAVAI
3.50-4.00
3.50-4.00
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.25
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50
3.85-4.00
3.85-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75


PITTSBURGH

3.50-4.25
3.75-4.oo
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.0o
4.00
3.75-4,00
AILABLE


3.75
3.75-4.00
3.50-4.00
3.5o-4.00
LABLE
3.50-4.00
3.50-4.00
4.00-4.50


4.00-4
4.oo00-4
4.00-4
4.00-4


.50-3.
.75-3.
.75-3.
.50-2.
.50-2.
.50-2.
.25-2.
.25.2.


ST. LOUIS


SLDRIbULS


-5as


UNAVAILABLE
1


UNAVAILABLE


.25 5.50-5.75
.50 5.50o-6.0o
.50 5.50-6.00oo
.50 5.50-6.00
5.00-5.50
5.00-5.50
5.00-5.50
5.00-5.50
5.00-5.50
4.50-5.00
4.50-5.00
4.50-5.00
HOLIDAY
4.50-5.00
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50
4.00
4.00
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50


2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.00
2.00-2.50
2.00.2.50
2.00-2.50
2.00-2.50


Ub~EP1 ~Z.A


75-4.
75-4.
75-4.
75-4.
75-4.
75-4.
75-4.
50-3.
50-3.
25-3.
25-3.
25-3.
50-3.
50-3.
3.
3.
50-3.
25-3.
25-3.
25-3.
35-3.
25-3.
25-3.
00-3.
00-3.
3.


uz2$.l l.t5
3.75-4.00
.3.75-4.00
3.75.4.00
3.75.4.00
3.75.4.00
3.75.4.00
3.75-4.00
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.50
3.25-3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50.3.75
3.75
3.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.6S
3.5o03.75
3.50-3.75
3.50-3.75


HOLIDAY
3.00-3.25


a- *a @-* a -


C,







PRICES OF AlABAHA NEW CROP POTATOES
Al S LLltbLI II I AIIJAL AKRAKLI,


WASHED


(UNLESS


OTHERWISE STATED)


ATLANTA
50 LB. SACKS


UW1 ;Z.A


2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.25-2.75
2.50
2.50
2.50-2.65
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.00-2.25
2.00-2.25
2,00-2.25
2.00.2.25
2.00-2.25


.. BALTIMORE


)U LB.


U P ZROR.A
iUYLK TI1


-2.00
2.40O
2.50-2.65
2.50-2.65
2,25-2.50


2.25-2.
2.25-2.
2.25-2.
2.00-2.
2.00.2,
2.00-2.
2.25-2.
2.40-2.


3KB.


USW1 zA
IWWU IILUU


3.00
2.75-3.00
3.00
3.00
2.75-3q00
2.75-3.00
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25


.50-3.
.25-2.
.25-2.


BIIRfINGHAM


100 LB.
US$I SZ.A

5.00-5.25
5.00-5.25
5.00-5.25
4.75-5.25
4.75-5.25
5.00-5.25
5.00-5.25
5.00-5.25
4.50-4.75
4.25-4.75
4.25-4.50
4.25-4.50
4.25-4.50
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.75-.4.00
3.75-4.00


UACKS
USWI S,


NtAINUNH ItH


CINCINNATI
10O LB.SKS %J LB. SKS BALED I0S


U\ST"3A
HuJWi HID
MuUAU~ y K
I~IPtl


UIsr bTZ.A
WUUNU nELU


2.50-2.
2.50-2.
a.


4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
50-4.75
50-4.75
50-4.75
50-4.75
50-4.75
50-4.75
50-4.75
50-4.75
50-4.75


5.oo
5.00
50-5.00
oo-5.oo
00-5.00
25-4.75
00-4.50
50o4.75


.50-2.
.50-2.
.15-2.
.00-2.
.00-2.
.00-2.
2.
.90-2.
.65-2.
.75-2.
.75-2.
.85-2.
.85-2.
2.


WOUONU'lE


3.50:3.75
3.50-3.75


3.25


3.00:3.25
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
3.00-3.25
2.75
2.75-3.00
2.50-2.75
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.75-3.00
2.85-3.00


CHICAGO
lug LB. KS
IU1 Sz.
WWIIUUN KUP


5.50
5.50
4.50-5.25
4.75-5.50
4.75-5.00
4.50-5.25
4.25-4.50
3.50-4.50
4.00-4.50
4.00-4.50
3.75-4.50
3.75-4.25
3.50-4.00
3.75-4.00


CLEVELAND
) LB. SK1S lO LB. SK$


innT Z
I(UUNU nWu


3.
3.
3.
3.
50-2.
50-2.
50-2.
50-2.


U~iP1 SZ.
SOuRt IuffS


3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00


DETROIT
)tJ IB .K8
UHi$ KZRE
I(UUNU" At


LO ISV ILLE


U LBe SKS
RWNU KLU


3.0 0-3.
3.
2,
2.
2.
2.
2.50-2.


,3.15
a


2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.50-2.75
2.25-2.50
2.25-2.50
2.00-2.25
2.00-2.25
2.00-2.25
2,00-2.25
2,00-2.25


LB. SKS
OUNST"ST."r


.50-2.73


2.25-2.35
2.25-2.35
2.00-2.25
2.00.2.25
2.00-2.75


NEW ORLEANS
100 LB. SKS



4.50-5.00
3.75
3.75

3.75
4.75
4.75
3.75-4.50
3.75-4.50
3.75 -4.00
3.65.4.50
3.65-4.50
3.65-4.50
3.65-4.25
3.65-4.25


DATES


50 LB.


PHILADELPHIA
5KtS U LB. SKSI


f~serz.RK


unri a~zM,


HUUNU HLU HWUUNU NHLU


PITTSBURGH


Uo LB.SKS
U*1 Sb.A
nUUNU nIJ


U) LB. SK
KUUNU) HLcU


ST. LOUIS
1-0 LB. sKS
uWr i"M"
HWiN KtU;"


WASHINGTON
L sasRcs
upri 3Z1b'
I(KdlAJN NL


NAY 28
29
31


3.10-3.15


2.50
2.00-2.50


2.25-2.
7-7<-?-


2.50
2.00-2.50


.25-2.
.2n.2.


5.00-5.50
4.90-5.25
4.90-5.25
4.50-5.50
4925-.255
4.25-5.25
4.25-5.25
3.50-5.00
la5044. 5


.1 5-3.25
.15-3.25
.00-3.25
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
.50-2.75
.50-2.75
.*02.75


DATES


DATES


a


.


r







PRICES OF NORTH CAROLINA NEW CROP POTATOES


PRICES


AT SELLLILU


PER 50


ItKHINAL. HAKKLIb
SACKS, US*1 SIZE A


ATLANTA


DATES


RTOONUWt li


JUNE 21
25
26
27
28
JULY .1
2


9
10


2.25
10-2.25
00-2.25
00-2.25
00-2.25
00-2.25
00-2.25
2.00
2.00
2.00


00-2.25
00-2.25
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00


BALT MORE


KUUNU NLU


SUPLKIUKS
1.75-2.00
UNAVAILABLE
1.90-2.00
1.90-2.00
1.90-2.00
1.75-2.00


UNAVI

1.75


1.75
1.75.
1.75


2.50
.25-2.50
.25-2.50
.25-2.50
.25-2.50


AILABLE
1.90
-1.85
.1.75
-1.90
-1.90
-1.85


1.50


BOSTON


HUUND KtD


HUUNU tTiMtI


2.25-2.50


2.50


2.00-2.10
2.00-.210
2.00
2.10-2.25


2.65-2.75
2.65-2.75


CINCINNATI


KUUNOU NH il


KUUND HDU


UNAVAILABLE
2.25
2.25
2.10-2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.25
2.00-2.25


2.00-2.25


.00-2.50
.00-2.25
.00-2.25


DATES


JUNE 21
24
26
27
28


CLEVELAND


IUUNuJ WtIIt-
2.60
2.50-2.60
2.50-2.60
2.50-2.60
2.50-2.60
2.50-2.60
UNAVAILABLE
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50
2,40.2.50
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50
2.40-2.50


KUUNU KU)


NEW YORK CITY


rKUUND WH TE


RUUND nHD


2.00
.75-1.85


.65-2.
.65-2.
.65-2.
.65-2.
.6 5-2.
.65 -2.
.65-2.


PHILADELPHIA


RUUNIU HIIKt

2.15-2.25
- 2.00-2.25
2.00
1.90-2.00
1.90-2.15
2.00-2.15
1.90-2.00
UNAVAI LABLE
*-

1.75
1.75-1.85


IUUND NLU


2.00-2.25


DATES


KUUNU WHI


PITTSBURGH


WASHINGTON
hUUPELNUF


IKUUNU vED


JUNE 21
24
26
27
28
JULY 1
2
3
5
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
40


2.00-2.25
2.00-2.25
2.00-2.25
2.15-2.25
2.15-2.25
1.90-2.00
1.90-2.00
1.75-2.00
1.75-1.85
2.00-2,25
2.00-2.25
1.75
1.75-1.85
1.75-1.90
1.75
1.75-2.00


.o002.15
2.00
.00-2,15
.00-2.25
.25-1.50


2.25-2.35










UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41 CITIES (RAIL AND TRUCK COMBINED)
APRIL JULY:1968.


APRIL
m-


ALBANY, N.Y.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL
ATLANTA, GA,
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

BALTIMORE, MD.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

BOSTON, MASS.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLOR IDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL
BUFFALO, N.Y.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
:FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL


196
.19?


TOTAL


10
550
14
1
2
114
* S


' 3
201
*87
18
8
73
}97


APRIL


2
.102
27
9
1
88
229


DENVER, COLO.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
-TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL


CHICAGO, ILL.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLOOR IDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

CINCINNATI, OnHI
ALABAMA
AR I ZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA '
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

CLEVELAND, OHIO
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

COLUMBIA, S.C.
ALABAMA
ARi ZONA
CALIFORNIA
FICORIDA '
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

DALLAS, TEXAS
ALABAMA
:ARIZONA
*CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
.TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL


TOTAL

199
133

520


S
-97


8

z23

S*^
.S


. 117
127


~1
S
a
I
a
in


89
*n
a
e
S8i


48&


70
139
74
S 3
192
WE










UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES
APRIL


N 41 CITIES (RAIL AND TRUCK COMBINED)
- JULY 1968


(CONTINUED)


DETROIT, MICHe
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL


1
45
139
1


TOTAL


APRIL


10
123


FT NORTH, TEXAS
LABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

HOUSTON, TEXAS
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

INDIANAPOLIA, IND.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

KANSAS CITY, HO.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL


LOUISVILLE, KY.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA


APRIL

*

2
65


NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

MEMPHIS, TENN.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

MIAMI, FLORIDA
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
"FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

MILWAUKEE NMISC.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH .CAROLINA
TEXAS -
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

MINNEAPOLIS, HINN,
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

NASHVILLE, TENN.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL


TOTAL

252



2
12
s55


21

30

2*


10
7
88
5


7V2 mi;3










UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41 CITIES (RAIL AND TRUCK COMBINED)


APRIL


- JULY 1968


(CONTINUED)


NEN ORLEANS, LA.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

NEN YORK, N.Y.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

PHILADELPHIA, PA.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

PITTSBURGH, PA.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

PORTLAND, OREGON
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

PROVIDENCE, R4l.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

ST. LOUIS, no.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VlARAAM$


APRIL

a


45


TOTAL


TOTAL


APRIL
SALT LAKE CITY, ULTA
ALABAMA
ARIZONA -
CALIFORNIA 9
FLORIDA 6
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL -T5

SAN ANTONIO9 TEXAS
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA 6
FLORIDA 5
NORTH CAROLINA -
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL "5

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
ALABAMA a
.ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA 22
FLORIDA 11
NORTH CAROLINA -
TEXAS 10
VIRGINIA
TOTAL "n


SEATTLE, WASH.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

WASHINGTON, O.C.
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL

WICHITA, KANSAS
ALABAMA
ARIZONA
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
TOTAL






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