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Marketing Florida, Alabama and North Carolina potatoes
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Alabama -- Dept. of Agriculture and Industries
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PREFA


This publication is a combined summary of Florida, Alabama, and North Carolina potato
marketing for the 1970 season.
The Federal-State Market News Service began collecting shipping point information and
issuing daily f.o.b. market reports for the 1970 potato season at Belle Glade, Florida
December 29; Florida City, Florida March 9; Hastings, Florida April 27; Foley, Alabama
May 20; Elizabeth City, North Carolina June 15 and North East Alabama June 30. This
summary was prepared from information compiled by Federal-State Market News Service
Offices at those reporting points.


Gerald F. Pittman
Local Representative
Belle Glade, Florida


John F. Capus
Local Representative
Florida City, Florida


William H. Crocker
Local Representative
Hastings, Florida


Ace W. Gloe
Local Representative
Elizabeth City, N.C.


Additional


William H, Cosper
Local Representative
Birmingham, Alabama


copies of this summary may be obtained by writing:


Market News Branch, F&V Division
Consumer and Marketing Service
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Washington, D.C. 20250









CONTENT


Preface


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MARKETING REVIEWS 1970 SEASON


Lake Okeechobee Fort Myers Sections Florida
Dade County Florida (South Florida) ........
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Northeast Alabama ......,....,,. ,..,.
Foley, Alabama (South Alabama) ......,....
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MISCELLANEOUS


Acreage,


Yield and Production of


Potatoes


in the United


States


- 1968-69-70


Daily Rail and Truck Shipments
January 1, July 31, 1970 Inc


- New Crop


lusive


Potatoes


in the United


States


SHIPPING POIMT PRICES OF NEW CROP POTATOES


Lake Okeechobee and Fort Mvers Sect
Dade County (South Florida ......
Hastings, Florida and Nearby Points
Poley, Alabama (South Alabama) ...


Northeast
Elizabeth


Alabama Points
City, North Ca


rol ina


ions


and Nearby


Points


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U1NLOADS


florida


Potatoes


in 41 U.S. and


Canada


Cities


January


- March 1970


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REVIEW OF THE 1970 LAKE OKEECHOBEE FORT MYERS SECTION,
FLORIDA POTATO SEASON


G. F.


The Statistical Report
Lake Okeechobee Area,
when the "Lake" plante
potatoes grown this se
one-third of the Fort


Whites"


, primarily


ing
and
d 1
aso!
Mye:


under


Pittman


- Local Representative


Service estimated
2,200 for Fort Mye
,140 acres, and For
n in the Lake Okeec
rs crop was Reds.
contract to chippin


the 1970 planted acreage at 1,000 for the
rs. This was less than the 1969 season,
t Myers 2,660. Practically all of the
hobee Area were "Reds", while only about
The majority of their crop was "Round


g fir


ms.


Growing conditions for the winter and early spring crops
on January 9-11 did not damage the crop on Lake Okeechob
been killed by chemicals. The crop at Fort Myers suffer
almost a normal crop, while the young "Whites" showed a
heavy rains in March damaged the "Whites" at Fort Myers.


were favorable. The freeze
ee, since the tops had already
ed some burn. The "Reds" made
reduction in yields. The


Harvesting on Lake Okeechobee began on December 29. Supplies remained light on the
entire season due to the small planted acreage. Harvesting of the winter crop was
completed on February 16. A total of 170Mcarlot equivalents were t;oved from the
"Lake" during the winter. A small acreage of late spring "Reds" were grown on the
lake. This crop began harvesting on May 4, and was completed in a couple of weeks.
The Fort Myers Section began harvesting their winter crop on January 26, and finished
"Reds" the first week of March. Harvesting of "Whites" was not completed until the
latter part of April. *DOas not include Chipstack.


Prices on the "Lake" for fifty pound sacks of U S. On
4.00 during the season. The price held around $3.00
when supplies were heaviest. The price at Fort Myers
completed on the "Lake".


e, Size A Reds, ranged from $2.50-
f.o.b. the majority of the time
was higher after the harvest was


There was no marketing
noted in packaging or
sack. Red LaSoda was


agreement
variety gr
the most p


for potatoes this


own.


The main


popular variety.


pac


seas
kage


Little, or no change, was
a 50 pound paper or burlap


REVIEW OF THE 1970


P. Capus


DADE COUNTY FLORIDA POTATO SEASON

- Local Representative


Production in South Florida
to the Crop Reporting Board.
in the Lake Okeechobee-Fort


comes under the "winter crop" clas
Major portion is in Dade County,
Myers Section.


s ificat ion, according
the remainder mostly


Total acreage for harvest of winter
700 below 1969, 1,100 below 1968,


r potatoes for 1970 was 10,300
and the lowest since 1965.


acres.


This was


Yield was 1
est since 1


cwt, per acre, 25
;. This was due to


wt., or almost 14 percent below 1969, and
adverse weather conditions.


the low-


With lower acreage and yield, production in 1970 was 1
over 19 percent below 1969, arnd the lowest since the 1


cwt 383,000 cwt, or


Plantings for this ar
below the previous se
White skin varieties,


e
a


a for the 1970 harvest totaled 7,7
son, but 115 above 1968. Close to
the remainder Round Reds.


acres.
000 ac


,re


This was 635 a
s of the total


acres
were


Weather: Principal adverse weather was freezing temperatures, and strong winds on the
mornings of January 8, 9, 10, ard 11. This caused some damage and set-back to the
crop. In the first week of February strong winds caused further damage to foliage,
twisting of stems and breaking off of many limbs. The result of adverse weather was
small tubers and light yields in the early stages of the season.

Start of the shipping season was a little later than usual, and it extended from
March 9 through April 30 a total of eight weeks, although there were a few shipments
prior to, and after these dates. Movement in the early part of the season was light.
on account of weather damage to the crop in January and early February.


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REVIEW OF THE 1970 DADE COUNTY FLORIDA POTATO SEASON
(Continued)


J. P. Capus


- Local Representative


Table vs. Processing Movenent: The ratio was almost six to four. Of total shipments,
a little over 58 percent or ,380 carlots moved as table stock to the fresh market,
almost 42 percent, or 972 carlot to processors.


"Reds" to Fresh Market and to Processors:
or total shipments of "Reds" at 1,725 earl
moved as table stock, about 22 percent or


The ratio was almost eight to over two.
ots, about 78 percent or 1,350 carrots
375 carlots moved to processors.


"Whites" to Fresh Market and to Processors: Only about 28 carlots of White varie-
ties, moved to the fresh market, much below the previous season, 597 were to processors,
total 628.
All of the above figures on shipments have been calculated on the best information
available, and may not be as exact as the figures indicate.
Prices: A factor in the price structure for new early season potatoes is the report
of storage stocks of old crop potatoes. As of February 1, 1970, the total was 105.6
hundredweight, one percent above that of a year earlier. There was a good disappear-
ance in February and the stock on hand as of March 1, 1970, were 81.9 million hundred-
weight six percent below that of March 1, 1969.


F.O.B. prices for t
season, and unique
son for about 5^
and LaRouge US One
13, but advanced th
B the price was $3.
for the next three
the season.


In the 1969
most of the


able stock for the 1970 season were higher than in the previous
in that the same price $3.00-3.10 prevailed for most of the sea-
weeks of the eight week season, This is for 50-1b. sacks of LaSodas
Size A, The price dropped to $2.75-3.10 from April 9 through April
.ereafter, reaching $3.00-3.25 in the last week of April. For Size
00-3.10 for the first three weeks of the season, mostly $2.75-3.10
weeks, then advanced, winding up at $3,.00-3.25 in the last week of


on, U.S. One Size A and B LaSodas and La Rouge ranged $2.00-2.60 for
on, dropping to $1.75-2.25 in the first week of May.


No f.o.b. prices were reported in the 1970 season for "Whites" for the table market
as offerings were very limited.
Prices to chippers for LaRouge and LaSodas ranged mostly $5,00-5.10 bulk per hundred-
weight, except for $5.50-5.60 for a few loads early in the season. An extra 15-25
cents per hundredweight was charged for sacking, which was in 50-1b. sacks.
Most of the "Whites" moving to chippers were on pre-season contracts ranging from
$3.35-3.85 per cwt. Many growers had difficulty filling their contracts on account
of low yields. The relatively small portion moving on the open market was at $5.75-
6.00 bulk per cwt., except for a very few early.in the season at $7.85. When sacked,
prices were slightly higher.
Varieties: Only. two Red skin varieties were produced in the 1970 season LaRouge
and LaSodas, mostly LaRouge. The principal variety of "Whites" was the LaChipper,
with some Kennebecs and Norchips.
The trend has been toward increased plantings of "Whites" in Dade County. This is
for attracting more of the chip trade to the area. Certain White varieties chip
better than Reds. Interest continues toward finding better White varieties suitable
for chipping in this area. Chipping quality of Red varieties is generally not reli-
able, at times acceptable, at other times not.
Washing: All table stock was washed, but only a portion less than half of that
going to processors. The trend has been away from washing stock moving to processors.
Bulk Loading: This has increased as more shippers arranged facilities for bulk load-
ing, which cuts handling cost for shippers as well as chippers in unloading. About
one-half to two-thirds of movement to chippers was in bulk, none in bulk for the fresh
market. A few seasons ago there were a few experimental bulk loads of table stock.
Grading and Inspection: All table stock was graded, and most was Federal-State in-
spected. Of stock moving to processors only minimum grading was necessary, as qual-
ity was good, and most potatoes met processors minimum requirements of 85 percent U.S.
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REVIEWS OF THE 1970 HASTINGS,


FLORIDA POTATO SEASON


W. H.


Crocker


- Local Representative


The start of the Hastings' shipping
because of adverse weather early in
substantial part of the acreage, an
afterward retarded growth of much o
that did not have the usual spread
in about six weeks compared with th


season
the gr


was delayed


owing


season.


d replanting was nece
f the crop. The resu
in dates of maturity.


e usual


ten-week


:wo to three weeks this year
Heavy rains washed out a
ssary. Cold weather shortly
It was a late harvested crop
Most of the crop was moved


season


of the most recent


years.


Digging started during the week of April, but was very light during that week and the
next. Movement during this period was practically all to processors, and mostly on
contract. Sales on the open market during this time were mostly on the basis of $5.10
per bulk hundredweight for 80 to 85 percent U.S. One quality, 1 5/8 inch minimum. As
offerings increased near the end of April, this price dropped to 4.10 and then in
early May to $3.35.

Table stock began to move the first week of May, and with demand most often in excess
of the light offerings with the market holding around 4.00 per cwt f.o.b. Open market
offerings to processors decreased sharply. Very few open market sales to processors
were reported to Market News between May 4 and May 20. Meantime, the table stock mar-
ket for "Round White" types held in the narrow range of $3.75 to $4,00 throughout the
period. During the peak of the harvest, the price was generally reported at $3.75
per cwt f.o.b., but as the deal drew to its close early in June, the price rose again
to the $4.00 level with expectations that the light remaining offerings would bring
somewhat higher prices.


The range prices for "Round Reds" were somewhat higher under the pressure of c
ing areas, Early sales of Red types were on the basis of $5.50 per cwt f.o.b.
after two weeks market decline brought the price down to $3.75, where it stayed
the Hastings' supply ran out near the end of May.


Florida shippers estimated that about twenty-five percent of this year
White potatoes were marketed for table stock, compared with the ten to
cent which has been usual in recent years. F.O.B. prices for this seas
were the highest, on average, since the 1965 crop. However, because of
ing and refertilizing necessary, it was a very expensive crop to grow,


REVIEW OF THE 1970 NORTHEAST


iompet -
. but


until


s crop of
fifteen per-
ont as crop
the replant-


ALABAMA POTATO SEASON


William H.


Cosper


- Local Representative


SAND MOUNTAIN AREA

According to the Crop Reporting Board, the acres harvested in Northeast Alabama during
1970 was 8,900 acres as compared with 9,000 the previous year. The acreage in this
area was about 60 percent Round White Varieties and 40 percent Round Red Varieties.
The main White Varieties were LaChippers and Superiors. The principal Red Variety was
LaSoda. Most of the Round Whites moved to chippers; however, due to high prices a
larger than normal volume of Round Whites were sold as table stock. Light harvest and
shipping began the week of June 22, with good volume moving by June 26. This area,
like South Alabama, enjoyed the highest f.o.b, prices in recent years.


From the beginning and through most of the volume movement of the season, the f.o.b
price for Round Reds was $5.25 and Round Whites $4.75. Near the end of the season
Round Reds declined to $4.00-4.25 with most Round Whites moving to chippers on con-
tract.


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REVIEW OF THE 1970


ELIZABETH CITY,


NORTH CAROLINA POTATO SEASON


Ace '. Gloe -


Local Representative


Eastern North Carolina had
A .1 .._ 4... J


fast movement o


part of t
offered b
Round lWhi
declined
price hel
its peak,
Elizabeth


4 -


n


e are
fore
e pot
o $4.
for
North
City


f tne crop,
a were most
the week of
atoes was r
25, as Virg
slightly mo
Carolina p
office close


the best
and reas
ly on con
June 16,
reported a
inia bega
re than t
potatoes s


shipping


season


onably good pr
tract to proce
at which time
t $4.50-5.00.
n marketing it
wo weeks then
old for $4.00.


ed on July 14.


since


from the


S


ices. Early offerings i
ssors. Very little tabi
the market for U. S. No
In the following week,
s Eastern Shore potato c
, as the Eastern Shore d
Iuls $4.00 price held


tandpoint of
n the southern
e stock was
. 1 Size A
the price
rop. This
eal reached
until the


Offerings of Round Red potatoes were very light th
available few generally were quoted at $4.75 to $5


past season.
per COW.


Prices for the


Open market prices of potatoes for processing were correspondingly high with sales
generally at the $3 .50 to $4.00 level for 85 percent U. S. No. 1 quality bulk per
CWT, during the first two weeks that the Elizabeth City office was open. The price
held at $3.50 from June 24 through July 4, then declined steadily until the office
closed. This $3.50 price was very near pre-season contract levels.

Daily shipments reported to Market News indicated that, during the first two weeks
of the deal, shipments to processors accounted for about 85 percent of the movement.
During the last three weeks that the office in Elizabeth City gathered shipment
records, table stock accounted for about half the movement. When the office closed
on July 14, it was estimated that less than 10 percent of the crop remained to be
harvested, and mostly all were under contract.
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REVIEW OF THE 1970 POLEY,


ALABAMAA POTATO SEASON


William H.


Cosper


- Local Representative


SOUTH ALAfAMA
The total acres harvested for South Alabama in 1970 was 7,900 acres as compared with
10,500 acres in 1969. The crop consisted of about 60 percent Red Varieties and 40
percent White Varieties. Red LaSodas were the principal red variety, and Superiors
were the.main white variety.

Harvesting and shipping operations began the week of May 13, delayed almost from the
beginning by rain. The rainfall delayed the beginning of harvest but was beneficial
to the crop. Rain and wet fields delayed harvest again from about June 1 to 7.

From the standpoint of price, 1970 was one of the most successful seasons in recent
years. The season began with the f.o.b. price for Round Reds at $4.25 and Round
Whites at $3.50-3.75. By mid-season the price had increased to $4.75 for Reds and
$4.00-4.50 for Whites. Before the end of the season, Round Reds were $4.75-5.00 and
Round Whites were $4.50-5.00.






*Acreage,


Yield And Production Of Potatoes In The United States


- 1986-69-70


POTATOES,


IRISH


Aoreage


Seasonal
Group


Harvested


Yield Per Aer


Production


State


1968 :


1969:


1970


1970


1968


1969


1970


- 1,000


acres


- -0112Z


- 1,000 cwt.


WINTER:
Calorifa
California


11.4
10.5


Total

EARLY SPRING:
Florida-Hastings
-Other
Texas
Total

LATE SPRING:
orthi Carolina
8 N.E. Counties
Other Counties
Alabama
Mississippi
Arkansas
Louisiana
Texas
Arizona
California
Total

EARLY SUMMER:
Missouri
Kansas
Delaware
Maryland
Va, -Eastern Shore
-Other
North Carolina
Kentucky
Tennessee
Alabama
Texas
California
Total


11.0
8.8
19.8


1,995
1 890
3.885


18.8


1,980
i,848
3,828


3.582


27.4 26.3 24.5 160 185 165 4,384 4,866 4,043
3.1 3,1 1.9 125 135 140 388 418 266
2.6 3.1 3.2 95 130 140 247 403 448
33.1 32.5 29.6 152 175 161 5,019 5,687 4,757



9.5 10.0 10.0 150 135 150 1,425 1,350 1,500
2.2 2.4 2.4 120 120 100 264 288 240
10.5 10.0 7.9 130 112 130 1,365 1,120 1,027
2.5 2.5 2.5 75 80 85 188 200 213
1.8 1.8 1.4 70 70 65 126 126 91
2.2 3.0 2.6 66 75 75 145 225 195
5.0 5,0 4.8 105 100 120 525 500 576
10.1 12.8 11.3 230 230 240 2,323 2,944 2,712
38.6 41.0 38.2 365 355 380 14,089 14,555 14,516
82.4 88.5 81.1 248 241 260 20,450 21,308 21,070


2.0 1.0 .7 120 110 110 240 110 77
1.3 1.2 1.2 95 90 100 124 108 120
8,1 8.0 7.2 190 210 210 1,539 1,680 1,512
1.9 1.8 1.7 170 160 170 323 288 289
27.6 28.4 28.6 145 127 130 4,002 3,607 3,718
2,5 2.3 2.0 100 100 100 250 230 200
1.8 2.0 2.0 95 115 110 171 230 220
3.0 2.7 2.5 65 73 66 195 197 165
3.7 3.8 3.8 85 93 95 314 353 361
8.0 9.0 9.0 123 130 125 984 1,170 1,125
19.0 19.1 18.3 190 185 195 3,610 3,534 3,569
6.4 5.5 5.0 350 360 330 2,240 1,980 1,650
85.3 84.8 82.0 164 159 159 13,992 13,487 13,006


LATE SUMMER:
Hy. -Long Island
New Jersey
Ohio
Indiana
Illinois
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
Iowa
Nebraska
Maryland
Virginia
West Virginia
North Carolina


Colorado


6,5
14.0
3.4
1.0
2.3
11.1
15.5
7.4
3.2
2.5
.7
140
5.2
.9
13.5


1,658
3,570
646


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*Acreage,


Yield And Production Of Potatoes In The United States 1978-69-70


POTATOES, IRISH
ContinuecT


Seasonal
Group
and
State


Acreage


2.968


- 1,CCO


Harvested


1969


acres


Yield Per Acre


1968


1969


1970


a -owl'l


Product ion


1968 : 1969 1970

1,000 cwt -


FALL:
Maine
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Rhode Island
Connecticut
N, Y. Long Island
Upstate
Pennsylvania


8 Eastern-Fall


155.0
1.0
1.5
.6

27.7
35.6
37.0

274.6


156.0
.9
1.3
5.0
5.2
5.4
26.2
35.5
35.5

271.0


36,425
230
285
1,036
1,260
1,254
7,340
8,342
7,585

63,757


258.8


35,100
176


61,985


35,700
184


62,759


Ohio
Indiana
Michigan
Wisconsin
Minnesota
North Dakota
South Dakota
Nebraska
8 Central-Fall
Montana
Idaho 10 S.W. Co
Other Co.
Wyoming
Colorado
Utah
Washington
Oregon-Malheur Co.
-Other Co.
California
8 Western-Fall

Total-Pall


15,660
621
1,820


1,925
1,396
6,744
9,000
3,500
6,159
561
1,908


293.0 298.2 301.5 169 172 173 49,607 51,193 52,163

8.1 7.5 7.5 185 185 185 1,498 1,388 1,388
* 29.0 30.0 34.0 270 320 300 7,830 9,600 10,200
265.0 287.0 293.0 195 210 215 51,675 60,270 62,995
3.8 3.4 3.6 160 170 170 608 578 612
34.5 37.0 37.0 240 235 270 8,280 8,695 9,990
6.7 7.4 6.4 160 180 170 1,072 1,332 1,088
41.5 51.0 61.0 390 430 410 16,185 21,930 25,010
16.5 15.5 21.5 255 295 285 4,208 4,572 6,128
30.0 34.0 36.1 260 260 275 7,800 8,840 9,928
27.1 28.9 29.7 305 280 320 8,266 8,092 9,504
462.2 501.7 529.8 232 250 258 107,422 125,297 136,843

1,029.8 1,070.9 1,090.1 214 223 231 220,786 238,475 251,765


U. S.


1,376.1


1,413.4 1,424.7 214


228 293,984


311,903


324,861


USDA.


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LAKE OKEECHOBEE AND FORT MEYERS SECTIONS FLORIDA


50-LB.


SACKS ROUND RES


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No. 1 WASHED


DATES


LAKE
Size


OKEECHOBEE
A Size B


FOET IiYERS
Size A Size B


DATES
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LA!:E OKEECHOBEE
Size A Size B


SOe A MYERS
Site A Size B


Feb.


3.00
3.50
3,50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
3.50
.50-3
.50-3
.50-3
4.00


2.50
- -


3.00
--


3.00
3.00
3.00
3.256
3.75
3.75
3.75
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4,00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00


SOUTH PfORIDA


50-LB.


SACKS U.


No. 1 WASHED


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LaRouge
Size AP


Lascdas
Size B


LaRougo
Bulk


Lasodas
Sacked


Bulk


Round Whites
Sacked


DATES


To Chippers per CWT.
No. 1 Size A


85 percent or more U,S.


.00-3.10


.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3.40o
.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3.10
.00-3,10


3,00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3,10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3 .00-3.10
3,00-3.10
3.00-3.10
3.00-3,10
3.00-3,10
3.00-3.10
2.75-3.10
2.75-3.10
2.75-3.10
2.75-3.10
2.75-3.10
2.75-3.10
3,00.3.10


5.60
5.--
5.50


5.00
.00-5,
.00-5.
.00-5.
5.10
5.10
.00-5.
.00-5.
.00-5,


6,00
6.00
5.25


5.
5.
5.
5.
5.
5,
5.
5.
5.


-


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7.85
7.85
7.85


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7.25


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SHIPPING POINT PRICES OP NEW CROP POTATOES
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SOUTH FLORIDA
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Lasodas
Size B


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DATES


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No. 1 Size A


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


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.00-3.;
.00-3.;
.00-3.
3.25
3.25
3.25


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5.10
5.00
5.00-5.10


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5.25
5.25
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5.00
5.00-5.25
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SHIPPING POINT PRICES OP NEW CROP POTATOES


HASTINGS


PROCESSING STOCK
85r U.S. No. 1 A Quality


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FLORIDA AND NEARBY POINTS


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5.25
4.25
4.25
3.50
3.50
3.50-3.65
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Too few sales
Too few sales
Too few sales
Too few sales
Too few sales
3.25


Too few
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.
3.


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25
25
25
25
00
00
00
00


Holiday
3.00
3,00-3.
3.25
3.25


5.10
4.10
4.10
3.35
3.35


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to quote
to quote
to quote
to quote
to quote

to quote
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2.85


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Practice.
Practice
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
4.00
3.75-4.00
3.75
3.75
3.75
3.75

3.75
3.75
3.75-4.00
4.00
4.00


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ally no offerings


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2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2.10
2,10
1.97--2.10
1.97j-2.00
1.97 -2.00
1.97 -2.00
1.97 -2.00


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.97f-2.
*.97-2.1
2.10
2.10


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2.25
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.25-2.
.25-2.
.25-2.
.25-2.
.00-2.
.25-2.
.00-2.
.25-2.
.00-2.
.25-2.
.25-2.
.00-2.
.25-2.

.25-2.
.25-2.
.25-2.
.25-2.
.25-2.


Holiday
00
00
10


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SHIPPING POINT PRICES OF NEW CROP POTATOES


HASTINGS,


FLORIDA AND NEARBY POINTS


(Continued)

TABLE STOCK


ROUND


RED


TYPES


-US NO.1


iQO-ib;


Practically no
Practically no
Practically no
- -


5.30
5,30
5.30
5.30
5.30
4.25
4.25
4.00
.75-3,
.75-3.


Size A
5u-lb. SksB

offerings
offerings
offerings
2.75
2.75
2.75

2.75

2.75
2.75
2.50-2.75
2,25
2.10-2.25
2.00-2.25
2.00


10 ibs


Size B
100-lb. Sks


loose


3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
75-3.
75-3.
75-2.
75-2.
2.75


2.25
2.00-2


2.00-2.10


1.97
1.97T
1.97


Holiday
Insufficient supply
Insufficient supply
Insuf fic ent supply
Practically no off
Practically no off


ies to quote
ies to quote
ies to quote
erings
rings


DATES


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DATES


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4.25
4.25
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TOO FEW
TOO PEW
TOO FEW
4.25-4.5
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75-5.0
4.75-5.0
4.75-5.0(
4.75-5.0
4.75-5.0(


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MARKET
MARKET
MARKET
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OUNT RAIN
OUNT RAIN
OUNT RAIN
OUNT RAIN

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.50-3
.50-3
.50-3
.50-3
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QUOTE


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00-5
00-5

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25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
0 FE
10 FE
I0 PE


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4.00-
4.00-
4.00-
4.00-
3.50-


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W TO ESTABLISH MARKET AC
W TO ESTABLISH MARKET AC


5.00 "
4.75 "
4.25 "
4.25 "
4.25 "
4.00 v


II II


4.50
4.50-
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.75
4.25-


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OUNT RAIN
MOUNT RAIN


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4.75 "I


4.75


TOO FEW TO QUOTE PRICES
4.00-4.75 "
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TOO FEW TO QUOTE PRICES
TOO FEW TO QUOTE PRICES
TOO FEW TO QUOTE PRICES


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ELIZABETH CITY AND NEARBY POINTS
Washed & Unwashe, U. SN. o. 1 S-ize A


DATES


TABLE STOCK
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CHIPPING STOCK

Bulk per CWT.


15 -
16 4.50-5.00
17 4.50-5.00
18 4.50
19 4.50-4.75


56-524
56-626C
56-57~d
56- 57$d


4-54<4
I- 4


4.00


3.50-4.00
3.50-4.00
3.75-4.00
3.50-3.75
3.50
3.50


3.50
3.50
3.50


HOLIDAY
4.25 I
4.25


4.25


4.00


53--54$
53s-54

51-53!
51-524
--


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3.25-3
3.25
3.C0-3
2.75-3
2.75-3
2.75-3


5.25


51-52$


June


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Unloads of Florida Potatoes in 41 U. S. and
Canadian Cities January March, 1970


.Januarv :elibuarv


: Rail Truck : Rail Truck : Rail Truck Total


Albany, New York
Atlanta, Georgia
Balt more, Maryland
Birmingham, Alabama
Boston, Massachusetts
Buffalo, New York
Chicago, Illinois
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbia, South Carol
Dallas, Texas
Denver, Colorado
Detroit, Michigan
Fort Worth, Texas
Houston, Texas
Indianapolis, IndianS


ina


Kansas City, Missouri
Los Angeles, California
Louisville, Kentucky
Memphis, Tennessee
Miami, Florida
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Minneapolis St. Paul,
Minnesota
Nashville, Tennessee
New Orleans, Louisiana
New York, New York -
(Includes Newark,
New Jersey)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Pitt sburgh Pennsylvania
Portland, Bregon
Providence, Rhode Island
St. Louis, Missouri
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Antonio, Texas
San Francisco -
Oakland, California
Seattle Tacoma,
Washington
Washington, D, C.


U. S. Total


--O
23


- n
3
33


Montreal
Ottawa
Toronto
Vancouver
Winnipeg


Total All Canada


Total 41 U. S. Cities
and 5 Canada Cities


March


1
8
97


4
3
194


228


613


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UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41 CITIES AND 5 CANADA CITIES
April July 1970
UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41 CITIES


April


June


July


Total


June


July


Total


Albany, N.Y.
Tabama b --
Arizona
California 2
Florida 3
North Carolina --
Texas --
Virginia
Total 5

Atlanta, Ga.
Alabama --
Arizona --
California 1
Florida 115
North Carolina --
Texas --
Virginia --
Total 116
Baltimore, Md.
Alabama- --
Arizona --
California
Florida 25
North Carolina --
Texas --
Virginia --
Total 25


Birmingham, Ala.
Alabama -- 46
Arizona --
California -- 11
Florida 40 29
North Carolina -
Texas 1 2
Virginia --
Total 41 88


Boston, Mass.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas
Virginia
Total

Buffalo, N.Y.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas
Virginia
Total

Chicago, Ill.
A^labsam
Arizona
California


314
12
147
411
98
5
48
1035


31
142
1490


Cincinnati, Ohio
Alabama --
Arizona --
California -
Florida 41
North Carolina--
Texas 12
Virginia
Total 53

Cleveland, Ohio
Alabama -
Arizona -
California 2
Florida 45
North Carolina--
Texas 2
Virginia --
Total 49
Columbia, S,C.
Alabama --
Arizona
California --
Florida 21
North Carolina--
Texas --
Virginia --
Total 21

Dallas, Texas
abama --
Arizona 1
California 1
Florida .6
North Carolina--
Texas 33
Virginia --
Total 41
Denver, Colo,
Alabama -
Arizona -
California -
Florida 1
North Carolina--
Texas 2
Virginia --
Total 3
Houston, Texas
Alabara --
Arizona
California 20
Florida 6
North Carolina--
Texas 30
Virginia
Total 56
Indianapolis, Ind.
-labama --
Arizona
Cal ifornia --


17
123
466
286
59
33
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UNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41 CITIES AND 5 CANADA CITIES
April July 1971
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UNLOADS OF NE! POTATOES IN 41 CITIES


June


July


Total


June


July


Total


Detroit, Mich.
Alabama
Arizona
California 9
Florida 84
North Carolina --
Texas 2
Virginia
Total 95

Fort Worth, Texas
Alabama --
Arizona --
California
Florida 3
North Carolina --
Texas 1
Virginia --
Total 4

Kansas City, Mo.
Alabama --
Arizona -
California 5
Florida 18
North Carolina --
Texas -
Virginia --
Total 23

Los Angeles, Calif.
Alabama --
Arizona --
California 725
Florida 12
North Carolina -
Texas 7
Virginia --
Total 744

Louisville, Ky.
Alabama --
Arizona
California
Florida 67
North Carolina --
Texas 1
Virginia
Total 68

Memphis, Tenn.
Alabama --
Arizona
California
Florida 46
North Carolina --
Texas 1
Virginia
Total 47

Miami, Fla.
Alabama
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Milwaukee, Wise.
Alabama -
Arizona
California -
Florida 22
North Carolina --
Texas -e
Virginia --
Total 22

Minneapol is, Minn.
Jlabama --
Arizona --
California 9
Florida 7
North Carolina --
Texas 2
Virginia --
Total 18

Nashville Tenn.
3labama --
Arizona --
California
Florida 4
Nor th Carolina --
Texas --
Virginia --
Total 4

New Orleans, La.
Alabama --
Arizona
Cal ifornia
Florida 36
North Carolina --
Texas 4
Virginia
Total 40

New York, N.Y.
Alabama --
Arizona
California 13
Florida 39
North Carolina --
Texas 1
Virginia
Total 53

Oklahoma City, Okla.
Alabama --
Arizona --
California --
Florida 5
North Carolina -
Texas 10
Virginia --
Total 15

Philadelphia, Pa.
Alabama
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207
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April July 1970
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UTNLOADS OF NEW POTATOES IN 41


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June


July


Total


April


June


July


TotpJ1


Seattle-Tocoma, Wash.
Alabama -
Arizona
California 32
Florida 7
North Carolina --
Texas 1
Virginia --
Total 40


Pittsburgh, Fa.
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Arizona --
California
Florida 34
North Carolina --
Texas 2
Virginia --
Total 36
Portland, Oregon
Alabama --
Arizona -.
California 47
Florida 3
North Carolina -
Texas 4
Virginia
Total 54
Providence, R.I.
Alabama --
Arizona --
California 1
Florida 1
North Carolina --
Texas --
Virginia
Total 2
St. Louis, Mo.
Alabama
Arizona --
California --
Florida 21
North Carolina --
Texas 9
Virginia
Total 30
Salt Lake City, Utah
Alabama --
Arizona --
California 58
Florida 3
North Carolina --
Texas 15
Virginia
Total 76


Washirgton, D.C.
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Car olin
Texas
Virginia
Total


Montreal,


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Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas
Virginia
Total
Ottawa, Canada
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas
Virg inia
Total

Toronto, Canada
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Carolina
Texas .
Virginia
Total


San Antonio,
Alabama
Arizona
California
Florida
North Caro
Texas
Virginia
Total


Texas


Vancouver, Canada
-- Alabama
45 Arizona
112 California
1 Florida
--0 North Carolina
100 Texas
wVirginia
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