Carlot shipments and unloads of certain fruits and vegetables in 66 cities

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Carlot shipments and unloads of certain fruits and vegetables in 66 cities
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Carlot shipments and unloads of certain fruits and vegetables in sixty-six cities
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Market News Service











CARLOT UNLOADS OF CERTAIN FRUITS

AND VEGETABLES IN 66 CITIES

1934
(Calendar Year)























Washington, D. C.
April, 1935


I







COMMODITIES


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloups 1/
Celery
Grapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce 2/
Onions
Oranges 3/


Peaches
Pears
Plums 4/
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons


CITIES


Akron, Ohio
Albany, N. Y.
Atlanta, Ga.
Baltimore, Md.
Birmingham, Ala.
Boston, Mass.
Bridgeport, Conn.
Buffalo, N. Y.
Chicago, Ill.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Cleveland, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
Dallas, Texas
Dayton, Ohio
Denver, Colo.
Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich.
Duluth, Minn.
El Paso, Texas
Evansville, Ind.
Ft. Worth, Texas
Grand Rapids, Mich.


Hartford, Conn.
Houston, Texas
Indianapolis, Ind.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Kansas City, Mo.
Lexington, Ky.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Louisville, Ky.
Memphis, Tenn.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Minneapolis, Minn.
Nashville, Tenn.
Newark, N. J.
New Haven, Conn.
New Orleans, La.
New York, N. Y.
Norfolk, Va.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Omaha, Nebr.
Peoria, Ill.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pittsburgh, Pa.


Portland, Me.
Portland Oregon
Providence, R. I.
Richmond, Va.
Rochester, N. Y.
St. Louis, Mo.
St. Paul, Minn.
Salt Lake City, Utah
San Antonio, Texas.
San Francisco, Calif
Seattle, Wash.
Shreveport, La.
Sioux City, Iowa
Spokane, Wash.
Springfield, Mass.
Syracuse, N. Y.
Tampa, Fla.
Terre Haute, Ind.
Toledo, Ohio
Washington, D. C.
Worcester, Mass.
Youngstown, Ohio.


Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
Includes Satsumas.
Includes fresh prunes







UNITED STATES DEPARTlENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economlcs
Washington, D.C.


Atron. Ohio.
1934


UNLOADS OF CERTAIN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN AKRON, OHIO. DURING 1934
Car Lots


State Apls. Cab. Cant. Cel. GlOpf.Orp. Lem. Lett. Ons. Ores.Pchs.Pears Plume Potm.Stbre.Swpot.Tana.Tome.Wmel.Total
Ala. 2 19 2 1 1 25
Ari. 7 10 17
Ark. 1 14 15
Calif. 18 1 48 4 37 2 31 1 2 144
Colo. 3 25 28
Fla. 8 10 3 10 3 0 3 11 65
Ga. -24 -146 170
Idaho 8 84
Ill. 1 2 3
Ind. 6 1 7
. 1 b 7
La. 9 30 41
Me. 30 30
Md. 1 1 2 8
Mass. 4
Mich. 17 b7 84
Minn. 4
Miss. 7 5 12
Mo. 2 2
.J. 1 2b 6 33
N.T. 23 21 1 4 89
N.C. 4 73 1 7
N.Dak. 1
Ohio 2 2
S 2
s.c. 7 7
T.. 23
Texas 7 1 1 1 37
Va. 3 11 160
Wasn. 9 1 10
W.Va. 5 5
Wi. 8 8
otal 43 6 32 9 10 48 4 48 31 54 44 51 32 4 10 162 120


- TOTALS BY MONTHS -


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloups 1_/
Celery
Grapefrui t
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce /
Onions
Oranges ./
Peaches
Pears
Plums Y
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.
6 7 8 7
8 7 11 11

3 3 3
2 1 2 -


5 b 9 7
2 1 3 3
9 b 11 6



26 b6 46 75

4 3 5 3

1 1

62 51 99 116


May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov, Dec.
2 2 3 1 4 2 1
9 9 1 3 7 3
11 12 5 -

1 2 2
3 1 25 19 -
2 11 -
6 6 5 2 2
2 2 3 3 3 3 2 4
1 1 5 2 2 11
9 34 1 -


75 121 150 18 19 6 6 3
27 5 -
1 1 3 9 8 9


39 96 27 -
133 204 273 103 30 51 48 3'


1934 1933 1932
Total Total Total
43 56 67
69 44 47
32 23 42
9 7 11
10 9 27
48 61 35
4 8 6
48 46 67
31 13 38
54 73 75
44 53 22
2

561 375 458
32 39 30
48 38 45

10 5 14
162 179 8S
1206 102q 106q


Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes rmaine.
Includes Satnau.s
!/ Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released February 13, 1935.


AL -on, Ohio, 1934.







UITID STATES IPARBMUT 01 AGBICULSOBI
]urea of Agricultural conomics
Washington, D.C.


0LAB p CERTAIN FRUITS AND TMBAWMLS II ALUANT. L... aTRIo 193M
Car lots


1ar. T.
Wg


State Ap1s. Cab. Omat. Cel. 0rof.Qrns .


- 1


Alau.
Arts.
Ark.
Calif.
Oolo.
Del.
Fla.
Ga.
Idaho
Ind.
Iy.
La.
Me,
Md.
Mass.
Mich,
Miss.
Mo.
I.J.
l.Mex.
]r.T.
I.C.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
S.C.
Ten.
Texas
Ta,
Wash.
W.Va.
Imports
Canada
Meiico
Ont.at


244 1213 1Q 166 25 21


TOTALS BT MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. b. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. total Total total
Apples 1 1 1 11 24 4 3 55 15 72
Cabbage 13 16 15 17 17 19 8 105 100 87
Cantaloups / 3 68 57 1 1 2 173 187 213
Celery 17 9 15 14 13 1 8 7 84 99 122
Orapefruit 2 1 9 3 1 I 1 18 102 106
Grapes 2 15 31 72 34 2 156 159 190
Lemons 3 1 6 8 11 16 14 9 1 1 5 4 79 77 69
Lettuce./ 22 18 30 35 32 26 27 26 17 21 20 25 299 310 239
Onions 15 7 6 28 30 lb 4 1 4 6 3 3 123 212 167
Oranges / 37 24 41 30 27 34 44 42 29 24 21 37 390 470 500
Peaches b 43 111 6 166 161 96
Pears 8 12 3 2 25 19 35
Plm 5 4 9 3 21 9 13
Potatoes 56 55 b2 92 117 193 191 29 27 58 11 27 918 614 655
Strawberries 3 1 18 69 6 97 120 101
Sweetpotatoes 5 5 6 1 2 6 15 23 10 5 78 101 93
Tangerines 12 4
Tomatoes 2 15 29 59 24 1 4 1 135 182 159
Watermelons 31 B 58 22 121 166 111


Total


174 1 b 191 2b2 380 487 40 2qb


148 215 1l 122 7M1 117%5 rQ2


y Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
/ Includes romaine.
SIncludes Satsumas.
h Includes freon prunes.
these figures were compiled from reports furnished by camon carriers,


Released Jebruary 12, 1935.


Albany. I.T., 1934.


-2-


- -
- 36- -

1 156 79 253 9 336 19 9
5 -7 -
17 54 21
17 54 27
- 7 3







- 7


- 21


-23- -78
-2 -


-3 --- 3
24 -
-14 53


9 228
10 1 1 5 -


fatal


18 156 7q


5'
23
10m
13
31
244
141
15
1
17
35
457
25
2
16
26
5
22
2
75

3

45
104
3S
130
299
35
3

1
4
'I'


RR 1-O 171 84


- 4 -
- 1M 121


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UNITED STATES rXPATMT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agri cultural economics
Washington. D.C.


Atlanta. Ga.
1934


JLOA Of CERTAIN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN ATLANTA, kG.. DURING 1914
Car Lots but exclusive of 1.c.1. express and truck receipts.


Ste / e p
State Ai.- Cab. Cant- Cel. Grpf.ms Let. Lett. One- Orgs-Pchiaears Plune Potb.Stbr8.SSo t.Tane.Tome8.e6l Total


Ala.
Aris. -
Calif. 2
Colo.
Del. 1
Fla. -
Oa.
Idaho 2
Ind.
Ky.
La.



Mich. -
Kinn. -
YS.
Miuse. -
Nebr. -
ev. -
N.J. 3
N.Y. 2
N.C.
N. Dac. -
Ohio
Okla. -
Oreg. 15
Pa. 24
Tenn. -
Texas
Utah
Ta. 81
Wash. 215
W.Va. 49

Imports


2


Oba 2- -- -- 2
Total 0O7 24 21 142 28 87 205 274 260 220 1 lb 884 1 7 47 41 2967
Lcl express
receipts 1 22 b 33
Truck
receipts %0 86g 258 65 407 19 151 751 362 113 1 294 90 365 118 401 lb4 4q5


TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Anr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec, Total Total Total
Apples 19 26 39 22 26 lb 5 14 55 75 51 59 "07 349 421
Cabbage 6 1 1 1 15 24 54 7T
Cantaloupe / 5 7 1 1 5 3 1 23 27 52
Celery 12 12 12 8 15 5 8 12 13 11 lb 18 142 137 153
Grapefruit 4 1 4 3 4 1 2 1 5 3 28 70 56
Grape 13 20 24 21 3 87 76 92
Lemon 9 9 12 20 21 39 27 24 15 12 8 9 205 175 167
Lettuce / 24 20 25 25 27 24 22 22 20 20 22 23 274 246 268
Onions 28 12 22 21 33 28 8 24 34 25 10 15 260 210 237
Oragee 3/ 17 24 18 13 14 24 18 21 23 17 9 22 220 312 296
Peache 1 1 5 16
Pears 3 7 4 1 1 16 24 25
Plums -- -
Potatoes 83 91 103 83 113 74 14 34 73 85 89 42 884 870 904
Strawberrie 1 7
Swetpotatoes 1 1 1 1 7 3 135
Tangerines 11
Tomatoes 1 4 7 11 2 18 2 2 47 82 85
latermelone 40 216 75 10 341 9b 425
Total 204 201 24b 20b 2bl 276 329 251 275 273 2]5 210 2967 3036 1428


i Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
SIncludee romaine,
Includes Satsumae.
SIncludes fresh prunes.


Released February 8, 1935.


Atlanta. Oa., 1934.


- 3-


2


S 110 1
32 -- -
2 37 2 86 205 228 14 107 1 -
- 16 170 -

- 55 24 13 -
- 1 1 -
- 12 16
- 16 37 -
- 1 -


- 3 -
- 32 -




- -



- 34 -- 21
- 3 5 -



- 2 -

- 2





.15
- 7 -
- 93 -2

- 15 -






1 10 23 23
- -18.- -- 8- -
- 11 -- -




- 4 -
-- 2 -
- 15 -

- 6 -
- S -
- -- --I. 3 -
- 2 5 -


- 111
----32
- 2 706
- 176
- -

- 25 2 266
3 339 359
- 30
- 37
- 1
---- 3
- 32
--- 13
- 4
- 65
- 8
- 16 18
- 2
- 1
- 1 97
- 79
- 18



.. 19
-26
4 19
- 2 115
- I 7
- --9 90
- 232
----9
7








UI 53D 8LNB WPAARSaRT OF AoICUL0Mr
Burea of Agricultral oamumlee
Washington, D.C.


UWLOAG or CImR IX rmATS AN ISzuALs n N ImIS, VD. RINs 14 14
Car Lote and Boat receipt. reared to Car-lot equivalent bat emlumie of
l.c.1. express and track receipts.


ate A.l.. Cab. Cant. Col. OGro f.ri m. L OntC -ras, PeOLs.Pears haa ,Polpuma.s. ,n et..ta'. .mI.Al., ot1 l


Ala. 23
Ari. -
Ark. -
Calif. -
Colo. -
Del. -
Fa. 215
a. 2
Idaho -
Ind.
La. 5
Me.
Md. 7 -

Mich.
mHis. 9
l.J. -
N.T. 3 399
I.C. 2
Ohio
Oreg. 4 -
Pa. 3 1
B.C. 78
TenA. -
Tex 110
Utah -
Ta. 60 8
Wash. 181 3
WVa. 15 -
Imports
Canada -
Cuba -
pu rto Rico -
Total 271 855
Lal express
receipts -
Track
receipt -


56 -

237 138
15 -

2714
2




3 -

27

7-
-313




5 -

2
5
1 -


3 364 536


337 -









8 -



2 -


I -


113 -

617 13
1 8

3 -

15
31



35
65


-- 1
45 334

46
4
1
2

152
1
3 15
19 8


3 91 53 -
3 -1
- -- 3
203
p4 8
2 37



172



- 17
- 14 119
1 245

12 5-

9 120
- 1
- 1





3 396
- 23 6 -


S 3


327 759 15 374 516 803 728 1358 8 210 66 2671 9

5 2 -

200


2 29
----169
169
79 2692
28
7 7
5 122 463 5S 25E
54
54
--3 31
1 25
194
101 2 301 600
----35

-122 131
24
9 1314
44 268 584
46
25
9
1 73 288
29 29
97 363
7
79 -31 56 1068
240
15





200
231 122 834 1249 11949

13 '10

--- 00


TOUI BYT MWOS -
1934 1933 1932
JaPn. eb.. Mar. Apr. May June July Am. gept. Oct. Nfo. ec. Total Toptl T total
Apple 16 14 19 22 27 25 9 1 10 63 42 25 23 244 26
abba 98 100 12 100 75 7 6 3 137 93 73 55 3 1179
Comtalou p 1 47 117 94 7 24 5 7 24 438
celery 67 63 63 61 95 14 16 27 47 137 87 7 7261 e
apefrait 51 4 5 39 29 5 3 10 35 39 45 P 41 6
azes 5 26 43 75 115 7535 37 36 453
Lemons 25 18 29 24 55 97 104 80 30 26 23 25 536 92
Lettuce 68 56 77 82 83 58 87 63 62 65 57 3 765 86
Onlaon 57 53 67 66 81 53 26 42 97 56 72 631 610
Oruge4 121 138 147 130 120 81 103 82 94 85 125 162 1388 1 160
Peche 5 44 3 1 83 69 114
Pears 2 3 1 3 37 57 52 12 3 210 178 265
Pl 6 24 22 7 7 66 55 91
Potatoes 196 122 269 274 337 439 49 140 41 153 188 163 2671 2545 2929

Eauetpotatoes 23 11 16 10 4 2 7 34 20 33 19 22 231 25 464
Tagerines 31 28 7 15 34 122 179 137
Tomtooe 62 55 96 100 130 195 54 4 33 65 37 834 766 975
WateZ elons 72 209 864 104 121a 1 2 g7
Total 8s2 716 973 1133 1 1190 1466 699 IND 16 11a 1d92 1VA

/ Iaclasd COaban, Honey Ball., loney Down, Persiaa Melone and Miead Melons of these else0 e.
SIncldes remain.
Include SAtmans.
Includes fresh prones.


Released February 21, 1935.


laltlmore, =., 193.


- 4 -


"'


Baltimom. M.
1934








WIsD IBITS 1PARWWI O AoRICULTUEo
Burean of Agricultural Lconomic
Washinton. D.C.


LOADS 0 O CIRN raIN g8 AD TMMBL II BUIEMInW ALA.. URI0G U19
Oar Lots


State Alpl. Cab. Cant. Cal. Orf.AGroa. La- Ltt. On.. Oras.Paoh.Psar Plums Pot.B-tbyB.wpot.T-ana.Tomn.WaSl.Totl


Ala. 11 26 2


Arti. -
Calif. 5 10
Cole. 1
Fla. 2 -
0G. 1
Idaho 4 -
Ind. -

La. -
Mo. -
MA. 4 -
Mich. -
Mian. -
Miss. -
rebr. -
I.J. -
].T. 19 -
I.D.k. -
Ohio -
Oka. -
Oreg. 2 -
Pa. 6 -
T e. 1 -
I--. 44 -
Utah -
Ta. 101 11 -
Wash. 170 -
W.Ta. 22 -
Wis. 11
SWo -
total 326 114 12


57 126
- -
- -
--
- -
--
--
--
- -

- -
--
- -
--
--
--
--
--
--
- -
--
--
- -
--
- -
- -
- -
- -
--


28
2
21





7











7





2



-


34 -
177 16
3 14


1 19
11

2










1

6


-44


10 7

-
--


29 57 126 225 185 236 6 13


- 34


4 -
- 180
- 11

- 10


1

- 33

- 13
- 13

- 17
- 50





S2
-
- 21
S2
-
1 -
- 40
-40
-


- 156 229
34
S 12 525
S- 200
1 47 263
2 6
- 34
- 11
- 1

- 33

- 60
13
15 15
17
-
--- 45
- 2
11
- -- 1
- 18

- -12 123
- 1 6

- 1 7
S 115
193
S- 22
54
- 1 N88 9 R 1 1 il


- TOaLS BTY MONSS -


Apple
Cabbage
Caataloop. y/
celery
GOrpe frit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce Z/
Onions
Orange
Peaches
Pears
Plau. Y
Potato*e
Strawberries
Swaetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
IWteroaelona
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aun Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
32 24 19 19 .17 3 5 5 44 70 38 50
8 23 16 17 7 2 8 5 4 10 14
5 5 1 1 -
7 5 5 5 3 2 3 4 3 5 8 10
7 7 2 5 3 1 3 1 -
3 8 16 19 9 1
6 4 10 14 15 19 17 16 10 5 6 4
19 18 18 26 22 15 15 17 12 15 27 21
17 11 14 15 17 16 7 16 20 20 17 15
28 16 27 16 24 19 11 13 18 17 13 34
-
1 4 2 3 3 -
2 21 -
62 95 63 56 50 16 1 13 48 48 52 34


-
4 4 12 1 16 17 3 5 1 4
43 161 5 7 -
iNo 162 186 11 17N 1IN 161 12q 1i2 210 lNM inS


1934 1933 1932
Total Total Total
326 314 339
114 150 214
12 4 25
60 64 60
29 37 47
57 5059
126 101 100
225 187 199
185 181 185
236 285 260
6 9 19
13 13 11
5 3 5
493 526 548
5 1
22
1 2 1
88 99 115
158 100 158
2134 2130 2368


I/ Includes C smas. oa ey alls, Boney Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
/ Include romain*.
Inalude Satmao .
Includes fresh proaes.
eo figures wre compiled from reports ftrnishad by comon carriers.


Released february 15, 1935.


iuingabm, Ala.. 1934.


-5-


rminaboah. Ala,
1934








WIlD 8TAWT DsARWI IT 0 AGRICULTURE
Buremu of Agricultural eoa~mics
Washington, D.C.


WIADS OF CROTAi FRUITS AND TRATABLES Il-BOS0T. MAI., n. Ia 1934
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to Car-lot equivalent but
exclusive of l..l. express and track receipts.


State &018 Cat Cant Cel, Grpf.Qrpa, Lam, }et$. Oph Oras. l


Watsa


Ala. 35
Aris. -
Ark. -
Calif. 23 4
Colo. 1 -
Del. 1 -
Fa. 154
an. 11
Idaho 3
Ind. -
Jt. -
1.. 14
UM. 13 7
Md. 15 8
Mass. 2 1
Mi. -
Mis 75
Mo. -
Mont. 3 -
N.H. 1 -
N.J. 18 3
N.Mes. -
N.Y. 80 273
N.C. 2
Ohio -
Olda. -
Oreg. 14 -
Pa. 308 1
s.C. 53
Taan. 2
Texas 496
Utah -
Ts. 14* 70
W*sb. 377 -
.Ta. 138 -
Utimown -
Imports
Argentina -
Bahama Iles -
Cnad -
Italy -
Mexico -
anain -


-1O
9 -
170 309

64 -
4!43
2







4




-43
35 -
131
23 -




20

35 -
4 -



1 -


1
1 -
1 -i
- -i
- -


194 -

29 2173 746 1561 70 29
43

e25 14 25

18
.- 53




197
332


125
25




37 91 164

1 35

1 6
11 -
-- I -






3 "31


1 3
---31823


- 9


31 -


- 28


2 2 1 -
1 -
- 1 100 6 1
5 75 339 173 2-
- 17 09 2 1
70 10o 198 4 1D p703 201
- 498 8 202
- 7 26 -
- 1 -
2 53

583 7 -
51 51 40 161 a
-20 -
2 2 1 -
1 130 -
-26 -
2 -
1 98 6 63 1 -

5 20 2 39 1 -
38 456 44 20 16 60
6 -
4 -
-50 24 -P
26 -
34 -171 5 17 253
-- 0 3 13PP -
1 -461 -
-13 -
47 8?4 26 319 11 27
115 19 1 -
-2 -


- 211


- 2


- 49 -

28 -


335
117

259
211
5370
721
54
54
55


397
22aO
341
206
2b


222
35
852
663
ie
4
95
346
561
157
1434
20
1502
565
131
7

10
1


28
40
29


Total 1158 1209 1437 890 888 2258 746 1899 1&46 5559 798 526 225 7817 744 9qb 10 19g0 748 11014
Lcl express
reesipt 5 10 15
Track
receiptl8sq7 716 128 663 12 86 824 441 45 4 316 20 gb 600


ITVALS BY MON S -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Aor. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Tov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apple 28 19 39 37 53 26 7b 55 55 29b 2b9 205 1158 927 2036
Cabbage 187 152 179 135 lbS 99 3 2 8 102 52 1209 1107 977
Cantaloupe j/ I 24 214 328 388 285 144 44 9 1437 155 182
Celery 138 84 115 110 S0 37 21 15 21 28 122 119 890 821 825
Orapefruit 0 9 79 109 5 29 20 11 31 131 119 13 888 129 99
Grapes 4 1 8 2 101 11 368 937 52 128 2258 214 3260
Lemona 59 49 58 53 50 99 125 71 27 48 45 62 74 640 513
Lettuce j/ 153 142 173 194 229 87 187 196 121 144 124 149 1899 1772 1924
Onions 141 108 143 151 251 155 89 62 92 83 79 62 1436 1803 1927
orange .y 50o 513 599 5b0 440 364 343 303 339 289 655 58 5559 5731 5361
Peace. 68 261 403 63 3 798 722 771
Pears 11 6 8 3 4 13 119 13b 88 82 39 17 521 401 620
Pluame 13 79 62 55 15 1 225 195 260
Potatoes 722 489 74b b86 742 930 764 287 496 1219 227 509 7817 7646 824
Strawberries 36 47 bb 110 379 89 16 1 744 975 89b
Sweatpotatooe 21 20 22 15 8 5 10 42 141 149 87 66 596 722 919
Tangerine@ 58 18 2 18 54 150 205 195
Tomatoes 99 82 171 184 252 45 358 3 12 111 140 65 193 1858 189b
Watermelons 8 199 400 141 78 560 647
Total 2311 1811 2401 2382 2947 0Db2 O10 2250 2017 %t73 2%63 2330 31014 11182 39V4i
/ Includes CasabaB, Honey Balls, Honey Des, Persian Melons and Milnd Melons of these classes
2/ Includes romaine.
]/ Includes SataumaB.
y Includes frean prunes.
Released February 13. 1935. Boston. Mass., 1934.
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ITED STATES DaPA'JRTMT OF GIBICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Wahbington, D.C.


LOADS OF CoRTAIs FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN BRIDGEPORT. CONN., DURING 194
Car Lots


@ge Ale Cab Cant Cel Grgf us 54m e


- 2 -
- 13 -- -

- 30 6 118 29 72 1 123 -
- 1 2


- 9 52 -112 -
- 50
- 5 -


- -
5 1 -
1 -
- -
- -
7 -- -2 5
1 -2 -



7 -


- 14 1 -- 13 -
9- -2
7 -
9 2

7
JK q%9 2 lq 2q q-4r 2


Ala.
Artl.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Conn.

Gia.
oa.
Idaho
Ind.
1y.
La.
Me.
Md.
Mass.
Kich,
Miss.
I.T.
I.C.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
S.C.
eann.

Ta.
Wash.

fatal


Bridgeport. Conn.
1934


plums Pose Ath s Sw ot T
'
o|' as it )


- 2
31
6 6
El 9 6 415
- 3
- 11 11
2 2 4
5 S S 8 210
13 63
7 1 9
- 3
2 -- 2
5 5
41 41
- 1 1 5
12
11
S- 28
- 9 11
- 2
6 4 2 12

8 1 9
- -15
12 12 29
10 10
13 41
3 2 1 97
- 7
- 11
4Q 17 '-n 20 f 1 I47 2* 1470


Apple.
Cabbage
Cantaloupe '
Celery
Orapefruit
Grapes
Lemns
Lettace 2/
Onions
Orage@ Y
Peaches
Pear.s
Plumiae /
Potatoes
Utrawberrieo
Sweetpotato s
Tangerines
Tomatoes
net als


Jan. 'ab. Mar. Aplr.
1 1 3
8 7 -

4 2 2 -
6 5 7
1 -
3 2 3 1
10 6 9 13
63
6 5 5 3
25 25 24 28

2 -
2

51 48 47 47
5
1 1 -
3--
1 5

121 101 106 112


- TOTALS BT wOaNS -
1934 1933 1932
Mar Jane ule Ag. Sopt. Oct. Nov, Dec. Total Total Total
2 6 17 10 7 7 31 122
7 1 1 12 44 61 70
10 10 16 4 5 45 54 b
1 1 2 3 4 19 31 48
6 1 4 10 5 52 49 56
1 7 26 66 10 8 119 140 196
3 5 3 2 2 1 2 2 29 34 24
12 7 8 5 6 8 9 93 103 103
5 6 I 1 32 51 53
20 20 8 '11 8 17 24 25 235 225 282
5 30 25 2 62 57 41
9 6 1 2 1 29 17 33
3 5 3 6 17 15 16
76 60 5 2 is 61 34 33 531 579 607
15 o0 45 39
1 2 5 7 15
2 3 15 15
8 16 11 2 4 47 61 58
1 21 3 67 17
16 16 164 78 9 177 111 110 1470 1642 1Q41


/ Includes Caab,. Honey Balli, Honey Dewe, Persian Melons and Mixed Melon of these classes.
/ Include roasine.
SIncludee Satusrs.
Includes fresh prmnes.
eo figures were compiled from reports furnished by common crrleo.


Released February 15, 1935.


Bridgeport, Can., 1934.


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UNITED STA$lS EPARZIr OF AGICULTUB
Bureau of Agricultural oonomice
Washington. D.C.


Buffalo 1. T.
1934


UN IDOAJ 07 CEBAI FRUITS AND TNE AILAIS IN iBUJI A. T., DURIW 193b
Car Lots


State Cab. Cant. Cl. L. Lett. On. Or .Pr P t tb t. .To l. total
State Aple. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grvf.garp. Lea. Lett. One. Orge.Peho.Pear Plume Pafs.Btbys.8iiot.TBg.Tog.iiel_. Ttal


Ala. 27
Ariz. -
Ark. -
Calif. -
Colo. -
Del. 29 -
Fla. 21
Ga. -
Idaho -
Ill. 9 -
Ind. -
Iowa -
loea
Ky. -
La. 7
e. -
Ud. 1 2
Iass. 3 -
lich. -
Linn. -
Uiss. 45
Mo.
N.E. 1
n.J. 2 6
l.ex. -
N.Y. 3 68
N.C. 4
Ohio 1
Oreg. 1 1
Pa. 1 -
S.C. 5
Tenn. 28
Texas 146
Va. 2 18
Wash. 51 -
W.Va. 3 -
Imports
Cuba -
:ezico -
Total 106 182


31 1 56
9 -
182 65 1 256 200 519
7 -

169 279 1



27 -
2 -

-4 -
27- 13 -







S -
13 -






7 -






5 9 -

11 26


2 -


- 2 -


295 258 200 62 2 1000 06 69 3 91 --
S-I
295 258 292 256 200 602 205 1000 206 19 18 91( lk1 2 K0 182 I2 1|27


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloups 1j
Celery
Grapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce 2/
Onions
Oranges 3/
Peaches
Pears
Plume 4/
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.
5 3 3 4
28 41 50 60
1
21 44 40 55
45 31 314 41
1 -
15 10 16 10
57 6s 50 59
19 2 7 29
109 79 127 105



10 18 21 51
15 15 17 42
40 21 27 21
14 7 1 -
5 9 22 23

'181 T5 I1i 50ko


- TOTALS BY MOEHS -
1934 1933 1932
ay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
1 6 36 2 4 24 9 9 106 126 122
76 58 1 2 1 65 382 197 173
63 89 106 32 2 2 295 315 ~03
53 11 16 2 2 2 2 10 258 251 258
17 1 1 6 40 37 39 292 293 338
1 20 31 51 82 51 19 256 235 310
21 38 21 21 9 11 11 1 00 166 155
60 52 39 31 34 1 46 58 602 600 607
35 33 37 15 7 4 14 3 205 18 204
73 76 51 66 37 8s 95 99 1000 1041 1053
12 125 9 206 202 125
6 30 26 5 1 1 69 45 65
2 21 1 16 43 14 36
118 335 326 2s I 2 1 918 s58 763
171 5 3 3 295
6 2 18 41 69 47 40 32 319 361
6 12 40 49 16
17 68 29 2 5 2 182 116 222
4 132 154 37 327 4107 285
77 qqR QvH 1ip 211 316 332 172 6027 i6Q6 R791


i Includes Casabos. Honey Balls, Honey Dews. Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
SIncludes Satsumas.
SIncludes fresh prunes.
There figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 9, 1935.


Buffalo, I. Y., 1934.


- -


- 59

-3 -
1 13 65 28 6
-6 -

9 92
- 89 4
- 36





21
- ~4 -~

- 3 -












- 15
- 35 -
- 3 10 18 -
- 11 1
- 21 -
- 13 -
- 3 3

- 3 1 -
- 1 1

- 1 -

7 -493
1 5
1


- 1


6

- 1 -
10 70 87
- 171

- 1
1



5 -
5

13 1



-29-


3


: 15
-




46
3 -
3 -
5


120
as
25
1977
21
75
1187
264
48
18
30
2
46
89
21
95
13
22
2
89



5
128
146
8
15
13
153
114
286
567
97
4


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NITT) STATES DEPARMENT f0 AGRICULTURS
Bureau of Agricultural Sconomice
Washington, D.C.

UHLOADS 01 CBTAIN FRUITS AID TBIOTABLIS IN CHICAOO, ILL., DURING 19J.
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to car-lot equivalents but ex-
clusive of 1.c.1. truck receipts.


State Apls. Cab. Cant. Cel. frpf.Grps. Lem. Lett. Ons. Orgs.Pchs.Pears Plums Pots.Stbys.Swpot.Tan.Tons.Wmel. Total


Conn. -
Del. 14 -
Fla. 69
Ga. 1 -
Idabo 219 -
Ill. 304 2
Ind. 5 -
Iowa 3
Ky. 1
La. 69

Md. 3 1
Uass. 1 -
lich. 118 3
Mimn. 1 -
Miss. 215
Uo. 9 10
Month. 10 1
Bebr. -
Nov. -
1.J. 1 16
N.Mex. 3 -
.YX. 598 6
N.0. 1
N.Dak. -
Ohio 4 1
Okla. -
Oreg. 68 20
Pa. 44 -
s.C. 7
S.d. -.
Tenn. 165
Tens 839
Utah
Ta. 17 I14
Wash. 2272 14
W.Va. 6
Wis. 32 369
Iyo. -
Imports
Argentina -
Chile -
Cuba -
Mexico -
Spain -


S61 7 1 470 2
174 30 1 2 46 9 13 -
6 1 52 111 31
1148 190 55 1993 128 3415 306 416 209 461 246 68 -
131 59 115 133 3 1325 -


-
- 2 1182 222 244


- 26 333
- 1
48
22

22


- 43
530
29


9- -

- 5












25
- 2 -
9 27


14
- 1
5 81




592
21
- 1
- 26 151

S 25


13 23 691
720
4 3 30 238
331 1 14510
5 177
1 1
8 31
2 157 782 278 4955


- 540 822 1364
- 2 3 23 441 1 5090
- 100 7 6 52 25 12 61 583
- 1 15 50 83 245
5 19 52
2 1224 84 212
3 655 502 1 20 1277
36 36
43 6 9 62
WI
6 9 355 1027
233 263
37 2 100 6 14 154 129 657

-7 67
62 7528
1
265 72 354
2 2 -
1 7 5 72 765
5 156 6 4 472
...119- 149
3 22
3 22
S 166 1 169
7 19 105 99 8 619
25 34 106
1 10 33 52
12 -- 12
132 531 245 1121
2 1 1 490 64 16 318
1 8 11 44
874 a2 930
15 147 40 454 10 3377

306 2 3514
13 13


~- T- 1053 -

- 2 -
13 -
43 -
3 -

-5 -



- 6 -


- 1




S35 -





-25 -


21 -0 -
1 -


21 0 -
3 -

- 11 -




- 15
14- -










- 20 -
16 -
6


- 21 -
- 60 -


Total 3748 2031 1599 1207 1595 2029 1256 1253 2367 6010 113! 841 141 1A C7 11LB 836 157 2122 2323 459Q0
r, 6. 6q6 106 72 361 167 bs 20L 1h .7 46 170 420 11Z l 41
TOTALS PY !V'!THS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Iar. Apr. e-ar June Jidlv Au.. Set. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 327 255 356 268 153 89 12 59 44 5s2 h72 316 3718 o407 4638
Cabbage 212 267 303 280 324 236 51 37 49 129 66 77 2031 1695 1456
Cantaloupe / 2 2 17 290 535 380 188 123 51 11 1599 1716 2217
Celery 123 186 202 190 259 51 22 12 8 16 30 10 1207 971 1144
Grapefruit 203 209 195 161 109 33 23 17 62 174 241 171 1598 1835 1891
Grapes 13 3 9 3 28 15i 232 312 748 386 135 2029 2292 2729
Lenons 74 59 86 7 14 175 244 151 45 71 86 51 1286 991 1068
Lettuce / 336 300 369 400 416 401 406 371 297 322 354 311 4253 4067 3915
Onions 108 127 115 167 322 264 170 258 303 254 152 127 2367 1805 1738
Oranges j/ 486 525 611 623 547 384 L40 387 322 427 662 633 6010 5681 5964
Peaches 1 87 368 b12 65 1 1131 1651 782
Pears 25 22 11 8 3 25 169 228 181 108 37 24 8[1 552 974
Plume 15 91 70 145 93 414 408 527
Potatoes 1056 1007 1178 1180 1l11 1602 1238 1363 1152 1280 1062 878 1407 14269 14779
Strawberries 46 84 103 264 579 70 2 1148 1271 1209
Sweetpotatoes 79 83 6 145 23 4 5 52 92 121 134 1 836 110 133
Tangerines 64 30 1 22 14 157 247 16
Tomatoes 95 112 189 205 288 581 387 59 92 135 170 109 2422 2192 2269
Watermelons 430 1036 717 132 2323 252 159
Total 3247 101 T792 891 4891 5086 5292 h148 3777 4689 1886 1440 b98 bb9509 50662
/ Includes Casabas. Honey Balls, Honey Dews. Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
I/ Includes ronaine. 3 Includes Satsumas. _/ Includes fresh prines.
Released March 14, 1935. Chicago, Ill., 1934.
-9 -


Ale.
Arlz.
Akk.
Calif.
Colo.


Chigo. Ill.
19,3


- 11H
- 28

26 61
2 2


- 1
- -






WIUD AS IPASWAMT 01 ASICUL M E
Bureau of Agricultural oomsoice
hashngton, D.C.


Pas Or cOMan ES gA TbOUp 11 I 1Inane, OHIO, O. um 19V4
car Lots


itate Abl. Cab. Cant. 0Cl Or.faros.. La.Lett. One. OrAM.Paoh-Pemr Pma. PotS.ltb-mno-t.w~t s ra. .e.atal


Ala. -
Arit. -
Ark. -
Cali. 1 -
Colo. -
Del. -
Fla. 52
Ga. 3 2
Idaho 11 -
Ill. 20 -
InA. 3 -
Ky. 3
La. 65
Me. 9 -
Mu. 37 -
Ma... -
Mioh. 28 17
Minn. -
Mise. 65
Mo. -
lebr. -
N.H. 11 -
N.J. 2
.Mex. -
N.T. 606 281
.. -.-
I.Dk. -
Ohio 81 -
Okla. -
Oreg. 2 -
Pa. 107 9
8.C. 8
Tnn. 31
Teas 178
Utah -
Ta. 107 20
ash. 377 2
W.Va. 131 -
Ws. 45
uFo. -
llports
Argentina -
Cuat -
IMeotoo -
fetal 1i4V 51%


6

25
2


6 -


2-
u s -


S -3 9
6 6 84- 1 -
-- -
19 81 5 349 519 711 38 747 10
0 2 14 12

- 286 427 2 789 -
6 427
- 38 -
2 9
3 76 -
--- 7 -
2 -

19 -
- 14 1 212 -

11 2



2 -
2 1 -
- 2 23 2b 4


11 -
-- -


- 2 20

1 147
1 6 152 -
- 10 -
- io -
- 15 15 -

1 -


- 3 -
12 -

1---7 lq ---- b67 15 640 112 q-b V- -
IW1 51q g1q 6W4 iss1 6140 112 qb iq'94


'i


-49


i 44 -
549


98
14
12 988


-32
33
73
- 13

0 580
- -323
- 98

-71

237

7 68
- 105
- 117
1 3
- 11
- 31 9
41
- 1
149
73
- 1
151
3 9 -

97
-52


TOTALS BT MOsTBS
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June J uly A n. Sept. Oct. o ec. Total goal fetal
Ale13 99 1 114 104 41 18 58 186 338 139 167 1534 1408 1155
~bbage 77 70 90 96 105 44 9 57 83 70 64 813 726 92
Cataloup.s 1 4 76 156 94 10 1 11 368 360 0
Celery e 65 76 60 6b 12 7 2 4 4 13 3 31 260 38
Orapefruit 52 44 42 4 2 7 5 4 23 74 62 53 5 506 C6
Grape 5 2 1 3 22 9 66 120 63 26 357 32 310
Lem a 23 16 21 22 51 113 107 65 25 3 22 2 519 408 424
Lettwe/ T73 53 91 81 75 65 67 65 58 68 66 77 839 679 685
Onion. 34 37 34 54 71 45 45 66 72 90 49 37 634 501 386
Orange, 1 13131 155 140 126 106 106 94 84 100 1781 19 155 1439 1902
Peches 83 232 29 25 2 40 65 447
Pears 2 1 21 32 27 18 7 4 112 124 158
Plu-sY 1 22 21 33 18 1 96 74 85
Potatoes 298 235 394 403 456 541 324 253 263 377 239 e11 3994 3548 21T3
8trawberriel 25 34 44 115 325 11 554 66 471
weetpotatoes 4 54 59 47 21 11 27 46 34 33 4 46 469 602 551
TSaerines 2 13 20 31 90 107 85
Tomtoes 19 32 64 77 112 184 34 1 3 18 16 560 47 478
Wate elons 118 ~5O 120 ?
otal 981 88 1210 126 1 1 1244 90
Y Includes Casaba@, Eoney Balls. Boney Den. Persian Melons ant Mizd Meloan of these clasne
/ Includes roaline.
SIncludes Satih una.
Included fresh prunes.


Released February 15, 1935.


Cincinnati. OIo, 1934.


-10-


-'--


95 53 7191
157

S 12 2827
-a U
20 21
L8 90 281 80 2113
47- 16
-- 132
---135
1
11 12 2
52 32 22 -2
-
------90
19
a23
6 53 23
16 16
-1-.1



1 038
7--- 112
12


47
---16

1 igD
6 15
h5 308 16 817
- 17 172 99"
- U
- 12 290
441

-- p
3

32
- -2 14
j84 I 90 qua iwins


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UNITED STATES MDIARTaET OF AGRICULTSURE 1eavel a L Ohi
Burau of Agricultural Zconomice 1334
Washington, D. C.

L IOAMD or CANTD An s A TEG A Ls n s o. I _rao 0134
Car Lote


State ApLs. Cab Cant. Cel, Gr'G.rpem. Le. Lett. Ons. OrgPchs.Pears Plums Pot.Sl. Sw Ta Tomm el Total
Ala. 12 13 24 l 2
Ak. 124 3 12 309
Ark. 1 17 7 67 9"
Calif. 2 1 388 66 14 466 402 977 84 1321 19 119 101 13 3 3576
Col. -. 9 1 5 12 110 137
Del. 2 9 3 16 70 1 101
Fla. 334 459 708 159 59 109 97 164 2130
Ga. 1 2 4 362 3 2 332 706
Idaho 4 32 4 750 790
Ill. 20 11 31
Ind. 2 14 1 2 3 62
iws 2
K. 2 44 46
La. 36 5 1 43 109 20 3 457
Me. 405 405
Md. 7 3 4 43 17 26 P 102
Mas. 4 3 67
Mien. 5 1 7 224 159 399
Mian. 2 15 17
Miao. 91 10 2 1 36 4 144
o. 14 14 105 133
iLnt. -- 1
Vcb.r 1 1
.1. 2 -- 2
,. 7 6 287 173 473
N.Mexi. 3 -- --- 23
N.T. 174 26 1 58 15 2 9 39
.C. 1 7 1 11 "37
.Dak-. 17 17
Ohio 1 2 1 25
Ol. 1 1
Orc1. 15 1 1 17 59
Pa. 32 b .- 48
S.C. 4 1 29 25 105
Tunn. 1 5b 4 61 bl 4 5 192
Temas 286 12 1 51 157 43 11 15 7 53
Utah 1 -
Va. 6 10 11 574 75 676
Wash. 237 1 39 13 1 23 6 320
W.a 38 38
i.. 1 --- 5 7
Imports
Argentina 10 10
0ba- 6 -- --- 1 7
Me ico -- -----.- 4 4
SDain 2 2
Total =57 603 623 410 533 4785 02 1408 715 2041 q590 lb 133 1297 417 b5Y 108 165 bb0 137

TTALLS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Mar June uly Au,. Sent. Oct. mNy. Dec. Total Total Total
Appleo 53 52 48 41 33 27 24 10 44 148 56 39 575 722 817
Cabbage 63 81 o10 111 126 93 1 10 5 3 E 603 475 477
Cantaloups / 2 115 223 180 68 19 15 1 623 612 839
Celery 54 71 77 69 91 11 2 4 31 410 343 417
Grapefruit 7S 62 78 46 26 6 4 2 22 57 86 66 533 575 555
Grapes 3 5 5 6 36 70 66 129 113 45 478 428 489
Lemon 23 19 28 25 47 85 52 41 1919 20 24 402 350 348
Lettuce 2/ 102 s8 115 113 132 112 103 88 64 Sb 105 100 1208 1120 1179
Onions 23 20 15 3 87 82 85 92 86 112 47 28 715 637 656
Orangee 3 192 188 251 196 197 151 126 104 96 108 233 199 2041 1980 2025
Peaches 63 17 314 24 2 590 627 262
Pear. 4 1 11 46 55 18 18 8 1 162 174 192
PIn s 10 51 35 35 1 1 133 87 108
Potatoes 208 161 302 309 433 531 576 266 213 138 92 68 3297 2899 2631
Strawberries 9 17 26 72 233 60 417 467 453
Sweetpoataoe 77 56 67 40 18 4 16 37 69 100 83 84 651 673 676
Tangerinee 36 13 1 22 36 108 117 98
Toatoes 7 21 36 29 10 48 10 1 2 1 165 1l4 0ol
latermelons 2 17b 343 138 1 660 718 44
Total 91q2 ag 1149 10q7 1965 1740 1826 1330 7e2 939 875 730 13771 1316 12q67
/ Includes Casabas, Hny Salle, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
SIncludes romance. 3/ Includes Satumas.
SIncludes fresh prunes.


Cleveland, Ohio, 1934.


Released February 6, 1935.


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UHIT D STEATS IPABi NT 01 AGRICULTOB
Bureau of Agricultural economics
Washington. D.C.

UHLOADS 0F CERTAIN 1TITS AID NEGiABLES IN COLMMWS. OHIO. DURI 1914
Oar Lots


State Aple. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grp s


oumbus MOhio.
1934


Ala. 0 -
Arti. 6 -
Ark. -
Calif. 58 51
olo. -
Del. -- 1 -
Fla. 5 84
Ga. 1 2 -
Idaho -
Ill. 2 -
Ind. -
Iowa -
KY. -
I&.

La. 6 -
Me. -
Md. 8 1 -
Mass. -
Mich. 2
Minn. -
Miss. 27 -
Mo. -
N.J.- -
N.Y. 73 92 4
1.0. -
N.Dak. -
Ohio 16 -
Oreg. -
Pa. 10 -
8.0. -
Tein. 11 -
Texas 97 -
Utah -
Va. 4 4 -
lash. 54 -
W. a. 27 -
Wi. -
Tntal QU14 261 7A T1i1


13





























1H


- 13 -
43 -

96 95 268 18 309 1
3 6 1

9 182 -
- 95
- 10 -
- 2

- -5 1
- 2 1-
- 2

- 7 -

- 28 1




- 2 16





- 2 26
2 8 -


- 13 -


S- 2 14- 16
- 2

2- -14 -


B 1 _


~


Apple
Cabbage
Cantaloupes J
Celery
Orapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce e/
Onions
Orange 3/
Peaches
Pears
Plums e/
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.
13 20 27 19
29 30 41 31

24 18 18 26
23 17 15 l14
1 -
3 5 7 5
35 26 30 33
5 1 6 12
55 43 55 61



149 105 196 223
10
19 20 28 18
2 -
2 6 13

Ivi 287 1i9 R


- TOTALS BYT HWVS -
1934 1933 1932
May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
11 2 1 4 37 37 8 15 194 1s 218
41 13 7 2 18 26 22 263 211 199
18 35 20 3 76 82 y47
1 2 21 17 141 1 191
4 2 23 27 16 141 14 179
S 1 2 8 17 28 31 8 96 89 120
25 16 11 10 1 6 5 1 98 89 76
31 26 26 20 1 25 2 34 388 32 373
24 20 16 12 18 12 14 14 138 142
38 30 26 26 24 26 54 53 491 520 510
9 60 93 1 163 205 179
1 7 3 5 1 17 27 39
1 3 3 5 1 13 10 9
217 264 281 82 70 154 70 39 1850 1427 1217
75 6 25130
2 13 14 32 32 32 26 2 239 251
4 5 11 9 11
14 36 3 so- 82 5
56 101 17 1 175 221 184
518 520 570 0D4 229 64 319 250 4616 422 4260


j Includes Oaeabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews. Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
Inclues Satsumae.
Includes fresh prunes.
ese figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.
Released March 12, 1935. Columbus. Ohio, 1934.


- 12 -


Plume Pote Stbra Sw ot Tan T n
M


136

2
10to 7 -


43

I 230




22
125
9
~- 7

6

83
4 117
176
76
1 6

S 10


2 -9

-279


22
17 11 -


State~~~ ~~~ .ne Ca.Cn.ClprfGn.I .Lt.Oe rsPh.er sg. =,


m


i- w i


14 70 1A 199


" '" ~


--~- "


Total ARK 297 100 Us


3 919
- 23
- 35
25 41 530
- 110 210
- 241


- 2
- 14
2 96
- 125
--72

- 31
29 4 66
- 16 17
- 134
298
4 214
76
27

20
11
3 81
18 187
- 2
- 337
72
27
332


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WIROD 82tAZ- WAM f OF hAOICUL2WI3
BEwea of Arlualtrl Iooncmios
Iashlacta. .C.


Dalla@. Texs
1934


qM OF CaIN I nm i as AIDnaERMUa D ms, Wus. wzsNG 19g4
Oar Let.


tat& AsI. Calb Cant Cal- BrfOGram. Lm. Lett. Ons. OramPuslPear Plums Potas.tbrai.Sm ot.hae.a Ts.Wal Total


- 1


-2-
2 -
5 122 177

18 -















37 -


- 1 -
98 13 320 5
- 73 1
- 37 -

-61 -



- 1 m -



1 1


3 -

- 13 41 4 3
- 24 -

112 4 2
m- -


- 3 -
3
7 313 -

- 11 2 -

1 448 -
- 2 9 55
-31 -
- 11 -
ILI -
- 5 -

- 90 -


- 23 -
- 2 -
3 19 -
2 -
3 19

- 33 11
- 50 -

5 17 -
- 12 -
-16 -


- -

- 136
6
- 98




- 1








- 10
- 36
- 22

- 5


72
6
1626
163
177
1
594
66
31
20
3
5
2
50
2'
13
23
2
63
11
15 200
- 9b
- 18
- 419
- 52
16


ozlo 11 -
vetal 461 102 16 149 60 125 177 465 23 408 15 b lb 1094 V 55 29 15 3746


- sOaLS BT WUBS -


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloupe j/
Celery
rapefrmit
Grapes
Lamonl
Lettnce f

Oranges y



Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoae
angeraines
Tomtoes
Wate elous
Tatal


Jan. Feb Mar. Avr. May June July Alr BSmt. Oct. lovT Dec.
60 39 28 25 4 1 8 10 62 89 84 71
3 2 2 10 19 19 13 26 8
11 4 1 -
19 9 24 10 3 6 6 4 10 18 22 18
12 6 7 8 5 1 1 2 2 4 3 9
3 10 29 34 28 20 1
10 10 10 13 20 24 23 27 12 14 6 8
41 30 40 47 38 36 31 38 36 47 40 41
40 20 13 6 12 1 4 39 25 29 14
29 '19 36 39 32 23 24 28 30 26 31 61
3 10 2 -

5 2 9 -
107 121 72 83 53 28 64100 141 121 116 88
1 6 12 10 1 -
4 18 17 2 10 4

12 31 42 28 15 13 14 67 53 41 7 6
15 -
111 US1 278 271 191 174 202 316 458 42q ~194 1'


1934 1933 1932
Total Total Total
481 455 454
102 90 155
16 9 26
149 148 151
60 104 209
125 118 102
177 158 170
465 439 445
203 189 203
408 46b1 444
15 b16 27
6 7 27
b16 13 11
109g4 1029 9o
30 46 28
55 13 45
1 -
329 252 250
li 20 70
1746 W570 W7q1


n/ lcludes Ol eal, oney all., oner es, Persian Melos ad Mixed Melons of theme classes.
SIncludes remasa.
SIncludesm atm-ms.
Includes ftreh prnes.


Released february 13, 1935.


DallasI. "Ts, 1934.


- 13 -


Ariz.
Ark.
calit.
Oolo.
Ols.
la.

Idahe
La.
Me.
Kim.

Mo.
Ment.
lobr.
wm.




fMn.
(mar.



Utah
W s.

I .
Import


15 103
1 -
- 11
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- 1











- 26

- 1


- 7


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Bureau of Agricultural Economics
lashlngton. D.C.


=LoSN or cniNW IlT AIS T MApRLS IN DAInllOe. 01o0o, ]Uio 1934
Car Lots


Beate Aule Cab Cost Ce1 Graf0r s


Ala.
Aris.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
na.
Ga.
Idaho
11l.
Ind.
KY.
La.
Me.
Md.
Ml ch.
Mina.
wMiss.
N.J.
1.T.
1.0.

Ohio
Okla.
Oreg.
Pa.
team.
Texas
Ta.
Wash.
W.Va.
Ni.
Total


5


I




1 -


-

4


11

9444


4


32
4
31
57 1
3 -
27 -

101 53


I~ aIb'- a Ir bi


6 -

13 5 1

13 10 -







1 -












1 -


10 2 5 1 1
- 1


- 13 -
13

1 63 64
1 -
95

3
1 -







21
2 -


I -









8 -

7 -


1 4 11 -T5


Apple@
Cabbage
Coataloupa
Celery
Grapefruit


Oalone
Lettuce Ri'



P-ri.



Sweetpotatoea
Tangerineus
Tomatoes
Watermaloans


Tot.1


Jan. Feb. Mar.
24 35 35
13 10 11

5 5 2
3 1 1


11 12 10
2 3 2
18 18 24



75 54 105


151 1"5 lqO 144


- TOTALS BT MONTHS

May June July Aul.
5 1 1 10
14 4 2 1
5 11 4 -
1 -



1 7 4
4 2 1 2
14 10 7 8
19 22


95 131 102 79
46 -
- 1

- 5 -
- 2 f 71 7


185 19b 214 174


Sept.
28
1











1
61


193) 1933 1932
Oct. Iov. Dc, total Total Total
25 5 10 193 231 202
9 18 6 98 104 99
20 23 35
2 3 22 21 31
2 3 11 13 50
1 1 5 15
1 3 6
6 5 10 84 79 115
7 5 2 37 2 47
7 12 20 199 117 16
41 65 63
2 4
1 3
76 21 18 905 765 719
51 78 7
13 1 1 19 38 35

- 5 14 7
- 101 121 14B


1749 1712 18


[ Includes Casabao, Honey Salle, Honey Dewn, Persian Melons and Mi ed Melons of these elscl e.
SInclude@ remains.
Includes Satemas.
Includes fresh prunes.
os figure were cooplle from reports furnished by comon carriers.


Releaed February 23, 1935.


Dayton. Ohio, 1934.


- 14 -


1934


- 79

- 3
1 -
- 25
- 5

162


- 1
- 1

- 1
- 13
- 200

- 13
- .122
4
- 51
- 36
2
2
1

-- 5

- 8


- 4
1 OBr


- 3 111
- 19


- 26
14 138
'84 113
165



2 17
17


222
28
1 22
134
144
51
22
3

5

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---36

- 47
- 2 42

- 10
- 27
- 11
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27


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tUNTED STATES D~ARTMET OF AGRI CULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Zconomice
Washington, D.C.


Denver, Cola.
193Q


UNLOADS OF CBETAIN FRUITS AND TGETABLES IN DEU1TH. COLO,, DURING 1934
Oar Lots but exclusive of 1.c.1. express and truck receipts.


State Apl. Cab. Cant- Cel- Grof.Grp.e Le. Lett. On.e Orge.Pchs.Pears Pla Pots.Stbre.Swpot.Tang.Toms.Wmel. Total


Ala. -
Ari. -
Ark. -
Calif. 6 17
Colo. 77 3
Ha. -
Ba. -
Idabo 158 -
Zlow -
lan. -
a,. 1
Mich. -
Minn,
Miss. -
Mo. -
lebr. -
.J. -
Hey. -
N. Mex. 1 -
O01&. -
Oreg. 16 1
Tea. -
Tams Tl
Utah 5
Ta. -
Waeh. 175 2
r7e. -
Imports

Mx is --
ptS ta e -

reqbts -
UrAck


32 1
2
46 210 17

66 -


- 9
1

5


16
1






96 -


6


- 1
- 76 -
- 1 43 1
2 189 32 621 48 18 18 69 11 20
- 140 10 201 46 478 -
- 7 7 -

- 55 7 26 148 2


3 27 105


- 2 -



S 6
- 1 4

- 1 -

- 1 b 5
- 10 a 3 8 5 -
- 1
15 4 25 11 d
- -
- 1
- 14 5 b le -
- 1 -


1i0 Ri 2P4 29a 172 454 b I b62 267 71


1 1


- 5 5 2


- -

- 95 61
7
4 62 -







- 1 -
- 1






- 5
76 167
- 2 -

- b -


22 -
143 4 292 22?


- 1


- 1 3b


- 131


- 1 -


TOTALS BY MONTH -
1934 1933 1932
___Jan Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept, Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 57 25 28 24 11 16 14 10 94 88 40 31 438 490 58
Cabbage 12 14 17 21 21 6 2 1 2 96 68 S6
Cantaloue/ 3 35 58 58 5 1 160 118 176
Celery 10 9 16 7 8 2 1 3 56 38 52
Grapefruit 37 34 26 26 15 6 9 3 7 21 32 24 240 210 254
Grapes 5 4 29 43 69 68 27 6 251 210 296
Lemons 19 7 10 15 24 16 29 14 7 8 12 11 172 138 130
Lettuce 2/ 43 36 48 53 44 5 63 51 40 23 39 39 484 433 480
Onions 3 1 7 15 20 9 8 5 1 69 43 75
Oranges / 56 53 75 72 62 3 43 39 31 46 49 68 632 533 559
Peaches 4 4 03 15 267 184 352
Pears 1 2 22 31 9 8 73 62 79
Plum 2 13 3 40 6 b4 53 77
Potatoes 75 30 46 72 5 104 98 27 2 81 55 39 767 750 862
Strawberries 6 33 84 4 2 129 14' 135
Sweetpotatoes 13 5 9 6 3 2 1 12 24 20 25 20 140 119 147
Tangerines 1 1 P 4 2 3
Tomatoes 10 20 24 25 27 47 51 20 8 20 19 11 282 229 313
Water.uelan o 11 73 11_ 33 229 1;6 2_ 1
- jVtal_ __I 2P -b -k 4 4gQ 420 599 533 4-02 39 257 tL 407 4857

Include Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
Includes Satsmane.
,/ Includes fresh prunes.


Released february 5, 1935.


Denver, Colo., 1334.


- 15 -


140


1
160
47
1771
962
154
2
396
9
1
13b
5
4

43
7
4
2
3
29
49
b
486
19
1

1



4 '94
4rc3


- -


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- -


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BtweI t of Agrilturalrl onomaics
Was ingtoa, D.C.


Des olane. Ion.
1934


LuOADS Or CarBLI wAnM As vjauo aIN 1 m soE, OUs. ion. u 19I4
Car Lots


State Auls. Cab. Cant. Cel Brot s


P~mm Pots ~tbrer t~ IWH a~l l- L sl-


Ala.
Arti.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Fla.
Oa.
Idaho
Ill.
Iowa
Kans.
la.
Md.
Mich,

minn*
do.
Month.
Nebr.
N.J.
I,.Mex.
I.T.
N.Y.
I.C.
N.Dak.
Ohio
Okla.
Oreg.
S.D k.
Tenn.
Teas
Utah
Va.
Wash.

m mt


--


0ZTL a T NINsS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan, Feb. Mar. hAr. Mar June J mly Ae. SBpt. Oct. Nov. Dea, Total tal Total
Apples 28 12 12 3 1 1 39 9 33 44 223 158 157
Cabbage 17 10 11 15 15 18 18 8 20 35 31 12 210 89 73
Cantaloup / 16 10 34 35 53
Celery 17 12 15 10 4 4 3 4 3 15 18 13 11 99 82
rapefruit 18 17 16 16 5 6 3 2 2 7 19 12 123 99 100
Orapes 2 2 6 1 17 8 1 54 54 54
Looeas 3 2 5 4 16 16 15 5 1 3 5 3 78 60 49
Lettuce 24 2 24 21 26 18 19 19 21 21 22 261 216 182
Onions 7 2 3 9 12 4 16 29 33 14 1 13 8 93
Orange y 40 32 39 34 34 23 27 14 16 19 3 40 318 290 2
Peaches 3 28 91 3 125 92 90
Pears 1 5 9 7 6 28 15 25
Pl 1 2 1 27 32 13 17
Potatoes 72 37 107 119 103 158 105 114 108 131 1 46 1181 867 871
Strawberries 1 3 10 45 9 51 52
Swetpotatoe 4 3 4 2 2 5 12 12 16 8 68 36 27
Tangerines 2 1 1 4 2
Tomato 3 5 4 15 37 23 6 1 1 1 96 39 42
Watemelons 27 48 4 79 70 3D
Total 234 151 246 250 279 4 117 1 279 VD 277 204 259 26 2294

/ Includes Cauabas, Boney Ball.. Honey Dmew, Perlia Melnes aad Mind Melaon of theme classes.
Includes romaine.
Includes Satnumas.
W Include. fresh prones.
theme figures nre compiled from reports furnlahed by camon carriers.


Released February 26, 1935.


Des Maines, Iom, 1934.


- 16 -


-5
-

2
2 1



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16



5 2
12
lb

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5 -


2




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2 5

6
6
-3

3
74 4
85

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7 -

.4 68 15
- 10 -
- 15 61
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- 14 -
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S 39


- 6


4 118 121
5- -

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- 1
- no 2 -
37
54 78 165 26 290 24
- 18 8 40
- 56 -

- 24 3
- 24 2 3





















- 1 -
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- -5 -
- -9 -

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4 7 261 1 19


2

18


1

7 214

a
3
57
57

208

9

74

2
2
89

-78
13 19
3

-26
-49
-12
8 6
147

-V 1181


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- I














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In 0. 0s Atba


12
67
8 104
790
91
153
2 3
390
43
97
35
1
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S21
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UNITED STATES DEPARTM T OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of eAricultural Econnics
Washington, D.0.


UDOADS 1O CERTAIN FRUITS ALD TYGETABLES IN DETOIT MHICE., DRIO 1934
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to car-lot equivalents


V ?2/ 3/
State Aple. Cab. Cant. eOl. Grpf.9rps. Lem. Lett. Ons. Orgs.Pchs.Pears
Ala. 52 1 10 -
Arti. 8 26 1 170 2 -
Ark. 25 46 -
Oalif. 4 4 393 71 1- 643 199 1283 91 1794 27 96
Colo. 6 2 15 31 -
Del. 34 5 -- -
a. 111 142 551 611 -
a. 2 5 506 -
Idah 16 23 16 -
III. 69 70 1
Ind. 6 41 1
Iowa 3 -



Md. 5 -
Mass. 66 -
mich. 7 230 7 2
Mian. -- -- ---- -- -
Mise. 109 6 -
Mo. 2 1 5 -
Mont. 2 -- -
N.J. 3 -
N.Mla. 6 --- -- -
N.Y. 250 2 5 9 18
1.0. -
1.Dek. .-.
Ohio 1 11 1 -
Okla. --1 -
Oreg. 4 -3 20
Pa. 9 1 -2-- -
S.C. 5 3 -
Te 6 2 153 -
Texas 33 13 79 253 -
Utah -- -
Ta. 39 7 3
Wash. 600 51 31 47
W.Ta. 13 -
Wia. -
Imports
Argentina 11 -
Chile 2 -- -- -
Ouba 8


Smeai -
Scala -


1 -


- 3 -


Plums Pote.Stbys.Supot.Tang.Too .1ael.Total


11
2
3 11
- 1
- 40 11


ntal ll rn 79 QX 2 20 6R2 6~g QQ 16 7 7B5i 2l 29 86 15 1q14 1619 722 61n qR qqo a12 1 l2 a


- 3


TOTALS B Ir DITCS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. ov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 104 80 137 85 52 17 83 27 73 215 105 97 1105 1393 1459
Cabbage 82 107 140 136 154 14 10 6 3 16 798 54s 653
Cantaloupe 1 1 6 121 216 2014 9 2 602 493 790
Celery 46 98 115 111 10 19 1 21 20 140 60
Grapefruit 89 75 85 69 5 18 5 4 25 76 97 5 82 779
Grapes 3 6 5 8 51 89 13 206 116 14 658 51 6
Lemons 25 25 35 27 55 99 75 39 22 31 30 33 499 1 54
Lettuce 2/ 125 113 151 158 164 156 145 99 85 98 126 115 1535 1352 1430
Onions 25 27 37 76 115 120 96 112 67 36 39 35 785 612 966
Oranges 3/ 205 231 293 281 231 169 152 117 114 133 20 263 2429 2274 278
Peaches 55 227 564 35 86 1017 450
Pear. 7 1 8 35 44 45 9 2 15 17 259
PlBns y 9 47 27 45 22 1 154 136
Potatoes 229 20 306 45 586 875 832 503 297 98 75 93 1619 2988 3391
Strawberries 1 33 1 91 1A 96 3 722 736 704
Sweetpotatoes 72 61 66 4 19 6 31 75 77 82 82 615 652 746
Tangerines 25 17 16 4 98 135 77
Tomatoes 38 51 98 7 17 335 16 5 22 29 990 84 9g
Watermelons 2 200 427 179 1 812 769 828
Total 1089 1199 1505 1632 2267 2612 2519 1907 998 1021 960 Q95 18694 163e6 17797
I/ ncludee Caeabae, Hoey Ball s Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
j Includes romaine.
SIncludes Satemmas.
Includes fresh prunes.


Released March 14, 1935.


Detroit, Mich., 1934.


- 17 -


Detroit. 13 ch.
1934


- 25 58 5 10 136
- 2S7
7 65 23 2 172
87 69 19 5098
- 2 56
- 21 47 95 202
- 187 94 98 312 169 2575
- 2 405 920
17 808 880
- 5 3 148
- 9 1 6 107

- 1 97 5 11l
- 89 200 157 4 48
- 210 210
- 221 6 8 13 261
- 66
- 745 2 107
- 21 21
- 10 12 116 41 297
2 8 101 119
2 4
01 28 -

5 87 02
1 22 3 876
12 12
-- 107 128
12 3 16
10 1 6
12
12
4 55
1 187 121 692
59 8 25 27 1057

518 31 10 612
5 734
13
2 1 3


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Bhream of Agricultural economic
Wlahington. D.O.


UE1OADS 0or CAlAIN wlITS A RD TZRANLS IN ULUB. uig ., DL. lR 19ig
Oar Lots


Daluth. UnM.
1934


s A b. Cant. Grn./. Lett. n. n.Ph.Par l Pot.tb o.a om. ta
State Anle. Cab. Cant. 1Ol. Ornof.pns. Lem. Lett. One. Orie.Peho.Pears Pluims PotT.Stbor.Sirott.Tom,tt~l Tatal


Ala.
Arts.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Fla.
Ga.
Idaho
Ill.
Ind.
Iowa
Kane.
Ky.
La.
Md.
Mass.
Mich.
Minn.
Miss.
Mo.
Mont.
Bebr.
N.J.
N.Y.
Okla.
Oreg.
S.C.
Tenn.
Texas
Va.
Wash.
W.Va.
Wis.


3






6
3 1

2
1 -

S2


3 -
1 -
8
3
1 -


3 -

3 -

10
10
11

1 -
304

4


Imports
Mexico
Total 111 *V


1


'2 47 4a 60 26


- 1 -
98 9 202 78 41 26 62 Rh 18 F0 'S


TOTALS BT IM1!tS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 14 5 12 4 2 4 3 11 68 96 104 10 333 296 424
Cabbage 2 5 4 12 10 5 11 21
Cantaloupe / 4 12 1 2 32 21 36
Celery 7 11 9 1 4 2 2 1 6 47 35 43
Grapefruit 6 4 6 5 1 6 9 40 32 42
Grapes 2 14 22 18 4 60 58 69
Lemons 1 2 2 1 5 3 4 3 1 1 2 1 26 19 16
Lettuce / 7 9 12 12 10 10 6 5 5 6 8 98 75 90
Onions 7 2 4 5 s 8 7 10 11 12 10 1 85 43 85
Oranges 3/ 16 13 18 23 22 17 15 17 11 13 15 22 202 182 172
Peaches 22 53 3 78 45 52
Pears -- 8 2 6 43 19 35
Pm / 3 15 4 26 0 23
Potatoes 1 6 12 26 13 3 1 62 70 51
Strawberries 9 39 6 54 58 6
Sweetpotatoes 2 2 3 4 5 2 18 19 2
Tangerines -
Tomatoes 2 1 7 17 17 4 1 1 50 55 58
Watermelons 1 18 23 11 5 58
Total 60 50 70 62 122 122 157 167 158 159 160 58 1 1106 17

J1 Includes Casabas. Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mized Melons of these classes.
SIncludes romaine.
Includes Satumas.
SIncludes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 7, 1935.


T--- --- ----- ---~ --~-~-~--~ -~ ~-----


"


- 36 2
14 19 -
---- ---3 --- 36 ---2
- 32 26 65 7 193 22 5 6 12 2 1
- 1 25 1 -
0 9 5 6
- 1 1
- 1 1 2 1 -
- 2 -1 -- 5 -



- -
- -

S -2 1
- 1 -


- 1 -
S- -
- -1 -
S 14



- 32 2 -
13- 32 26 5 8 1 3
- 1 5 -
- 2 10 1 -
- 1
- 1 11 -
6 13 19 14

- 13 32 26 5 3I42 1 3-


Duluth. Minn., 193%.


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UNITED STATES DEPARTME OF AEICULTURB El Paso, Texas.
Burem of Agricultural Economics 1934
Washington, D.C.

UNIADS Or CERTAIN TRUITS AD IVEGTABLES IN EL PASO, TEcAS, DURIG 1934
Car Lote


Y/ / 3/ a/
State Aple. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf.Orpe. Lem. Lett. One. Orgs.Pchs.Pears Plume Pote.Stbre.Swpot.Tang.Tome.Vmel. Total
Aris. 1 9 2 5 21
Ark. -- 3 3
Calif. 7 3 9 40 6 71 52 77 6 224 22 3 4 79 2 1 70 18 691
Colo. 9 10 1 13 154
1La. 1 2 6
Idaho 5 1 2 50 58
La. 5 1 2 8
Me. 11 11
ch. 5 5
I.Max. 1 3
Oreg. 2 2 1 5
Texas 15 S 3 -
Utah -- -
Wash. 70 5 76
Imports
Mexico 1 1
Total 91 2 9 42 22 76 52 79 24 233 2 5 29 20 2 79 23 108

TOTALS TBY MORS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 26 9 4 2 2 1 7 3 9 2 10 18 93 112 51
Cabbage -t 3 3 15 8
Cantaloupse 9 9 2 16
Celery 1 1 5 1 2 2 3 2 2 6 a 42 35 25
Grapefruit 7 5 2 1 2 1 1 23 19 41
Grapes 1 2 1 6 12 20 18 10 6 76 42 38
Lemons 3 5 3 3 4 6 8 8 4 4 2 2 52 25 27
Lettuce / 8 2 2 6 16 14 9 11 4 4 79 63 68
Onions 2 3 6 3 6 4 24 7 21
Oranges 3/ 6 19 14 11 17 22 23 22 23 27 19 30 233 104 121
Peache 3 15 3 2 23 20 18
Pear 1 1 1 2 5 4 1
Plume 4/ 4 9 6
Potatoes 27 26 21 26 40 30 27 11 18 24 30 14 294 289 303
Streaberries 1 2 6 11 20 16 20
Sweetpotatoes 1 1 2 -
Tangerines -
Tomatoes 1 2 1 7 13 22 14 7 5 4 3 79 27 36
Watermelons 9 23 13
Total 73 80 64 g 56 7 110 149 92 102 99 59 87 1084 802 846

I/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
SIncludes Satunmas.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports finished by common carriers.



Released March 8, 1935. Z1 Paso, Texas, 1934.


- 19 -







WI1W S'tATUS MPARMO 0o AMICULTNO
bureau of Agricultural kconomicI
Washington, D.C.


1934.


mgIn o1 cM anz IB eS AInM tElMt I W ZAlSTiIIu I.n.. WR eI LqW
OCr Lot.


Itate Alu. OCab. ant. Cel. iGrf..rps Li. Let. 0s. Ors.Pchs. eer Plum Pots.tbrg.sAot.tmLg..e aLtal


Ala.
Aril.
Ark.
Calif.

Fls.
Ga.
Idaho
Ill.
Ind.
Iow
La.
MA.
Mass.
Rich.
Mian.
Ua.h,


Iebr.
N.J.
I.T.
N.C.
T.DLk.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa,.
Tenn.
Texaa
Ta.
Wash.
W.Va.
Win-
Wit ta


Appler
Cabbage
Cantaloupe 1/
Celery
Orapefruit
GOrpes
Lamon@
Lettuce ./
Onions
Oranges Y3
Peaches
Pears
Plume
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar- iAr_ .
3 10 7 4
11 9 11 13

8 7 3
5 7 4 3
5743

1 1 1 ]3
10 9 10 9
8 9 9 3
25 6 14 14



61 53 111 57



2 4

131 112 177 117


- TOTALS BYT MOTCM -
1934 1933 1932
lay June July Aug. Sept. Oct. ov. Mec Total Total Total
1 2 17 22 5 7 78 2 89
10 2 10 11 33 16 9 142 103 10
2 -- 2 1 11
3 8 37 29 42
3 1 26 39 43
2 6 3 5 16 22 22
7 6 6 5 1 31- 3 29
2 1 5 4 4 4 7 7 2 72 3
5 7 3 11 15 18 4 6 91 69 62
10 10 7 7 7 5 16 31 152 152 10
3 10 13 3 8
1 9 1 2
4 1 5 4 3
72 55 12 13 36 57 31 26 623 610
13 1
2- 3 6 5
-2 2 5 9 6
7 7 2 8 48 63 183
1 7 17 25 b
120 4 7 6fa 12 1i2 41 CA 1u10 1M u 1i91


Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, oney Dews, Perian Melons and Siad Melons of these oleaes.
Includes romaine.
Includes Satseus.
Includes fresh prunes.
nee figure were compiled from reports furnished by c omn carriers.


sleaed February 26, 1935.


Evansville. Ind., 1934.


- 20-


- 11




2

2
2 -
2
2

2

2

14 2

6


30 38




2
- 3
2 -

-6





4 3
15 -
7 -
- 47
7Xt 1Q


- 21
- 1 -
- 5 -- -
2 12 16 31 56 3 66 -
- 2 2
- 25 25 6 -

- 136

- 1 136

- -
- 10


- 2 47
- I 5
- -22 -i



- 2 1-
-


- 2 1
- -3
- 1 2

- 12 -
- 2 1

- 4
- 1 12 -
- 10
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2 '7 16 16 T 7 Qt U qP 1-4 a r X


4 2 -
13


5
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Waasington. D.C.


Fort Wort.h Texas.
1934


WULOADS OF CERTAIN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN FORT OIRTH, TEXAS. DIING 1934
Car Lots


State Aple Cab Cant Cel GrpfGrps. Lam, Lett, One, Orge Pchs Peare plums Pots Rays Root l


- 1 1

6 50 1 5b

- 6 13 -
- 5 -
- 3 -













- 15 -
- 20 -

- 6 -


- 24?


- 1


- 27
- 15
- 53 b95
- d 78
- bO 86
- 1
- 319
- 1
- 1
- 37
- 59
- 38
- 1








5 -0 b 244
- 12 23
- 10 241
- 18
- 1 7
I


Ari z.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
na.





ae.



Mo.
Nebr.
rov.
Mfe.





N.Mex.
N.Dak.
Okla.
Oreg.
Texas
Utah
Wash.
Wis.
Wyo.
Imported
Hawai
Mexico
Total


Iri 57 70


171 134 141


- 1
- Q


7'7


TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sent. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apple- 35 17 11 6 2 1 5 11 38 56 38 39 259 280 264
Cabbage 3 2 1 1 2 2 3 3 10 15 1 43 20 48
Cantaloupe 6 6 5 17
Celery 9 8 12 5 3 4 b 2 5 8 11 7 80 70 85
Grapefruit 7 3 3 7 6 1 1 3 3 1 35 65 78
Grapes 1 6 10 19 9 12 57 60 63
Lwpone 7 5 5 6 11 10 11 7 2 2 2 2 70 79 85
Lettuce 2/ 14 10 15 17 21 17 11 12 15 14 13 12 171 143 154
Onions 18 8 3 54 1 1 18 11 9 11 134 158 245
Oranges j/ 11 12 14 13 17 11 6 7 g 11 13 20 143 169 158
Peaches 1 2 3 9 12
Pears 1 1 3 5 4
Pl 1 3 4 7 6
Potatoes 71 83 76 65' 63 61 35 45 62 59 96 41 757 696 676
Strawberries 1 5 7 15 28 56 27
Sweetpotatoes 1 1 14 10 6 1 4 37 15 13
Tangerines -
Tomatoes 7 21 19 22 8 3 4 33 27 15 5 8 172 140 109
Watermelons 6 6 3 19
Total 179 171 161 152 19 171 90 150 209 205 21q 146 2009 1Q80 20bA


1 Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melone and Mixed Melons of these classes.
SIncludes roanine.
_/ Includes Satsmnas.
SIncludes fresh prunes,


Released February 8, 1935.


Fort Worth, Texas, 1934.


- 21 -


1
-


29q 41


--- Azle .... .. ---- Pears Plums P


___ 1._ __ __ -- --


7R7 A : )n


i -
- -


6C 200a


II I






UNITrD STLIS DWARBT D 07 AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Iconomics
Washington, D.C.


Orand apids. Mich.
1934


IOApB OF CElAIN FrUITS AND TBEGaELES IB OGBanD RPIDS. MICH.. lUBIN G 1934
Car Lots


tate l Cab. t. Cel r r. L. Lt rPh ea Plum Pots.Stb.wot. m.l l
State hale. Cab- Cant. Col. Grnf.Grou. Lem. Lett. On.. Orgs.Pchu.Pearu Plume Pots.Stbyr.wnwot.IanaTomsjel, otal


S -- 24
LO 1 1 1
- 8 -
25 4 2 48 75 241 17 258 3 3 3 12
- 1 1 -
- 49 96 126 11
1 56 -
-1 106

2
-9 -
2 -
-12
-12

- 5 17


- 63

-129
-- -- 2 -- -



30 -
18 25 3
S1i 25 -
-150
30-
- -117- -4 7- -107 29
WK 'r 117 41 7N U4 '4Q 114 107 1 4 ugq


- 3 29
- 54

---3 6
3 692
2
7 14 304
70 32
107
9
1





----2)
10--- 65
17 1 58
- 2U
1 16 45
- 14 16
- 63
- 1
5 134
- 2
- 1 1

13 6 1 159
31 188
- 43
- 2
7Q 7 27 106 22AM


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloupes /
Celery
Grapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce 2/
Onions
Oranges 3/
Peaches
Pears
Plums e
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.
1 1 5
8 20 32 31

3 9 14 13
19 15 18 12
1 -
4 4 6 7
28 28 25 31
1 5
33 26 27 55



8 18 30 34
1 1 10
5 3 6 3



110 125 161 206


- TOTALS By MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Mar June July Aug. Sept. Oct. No.v Dec. Total Total Total
2 1 1 2 13 33 40
27 18 2 138 56 82
8 22 8 38 47 68
10 4 53 36 30
2 2 1 5 12 16 15 117 138 164
3 4 10 12 12 6 48 44 48
14 18 14 6 1 1 75 67 63
35 32 27 27 16 22 21 22 314 272 282
15 13 9 1 5 49 31 51
43 29 28 26 14 18 46 39 384 338 365
40 66 1 107 72 18
2 1 3 1 13
1 2 3 2
55 136 190 80 25 3 1 5 585 325 340
87 99 80 97
5 24 14 11 8 79 68 90
2 4 7 15 21
23 3 1 27 14 14
28 67 11 106 96 100
298 126 193 229 96 87 111 103 2245 1733 1888


SIncludes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dew, Persian Melone and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
I includes 8atuaes.
SIncludes fresh prunes.
These figures ere compiled from reports finished by common carriers.


Released March 5, 1935.


Grand apids, Mich.. 1934.


- 22 -


Ala.
Arit.
Ark,
Calif.
Oolo.
Fla.
Ga.
Idaho
Ill.
Ind.
Zy.
La.
Md.
Mi ch.
Miss me.
Mo.


N.C.
Oreg.
S.C.
Tenn.
Texas
Va.
Wash.
WIa.


1





1




2-


28


1


-10


93
1
13 -

1.q 1u


I-


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WITED STATES DIPARTWET OF AGRICULTURZ
Bureau of Agricultural Economi e
Washington. D.C.


Hartford, Conn.
195


UNLOADS OF CERTAIN IFBTS AND VEGETABLES IN HAB TOBD. CON.. X, UING 1934
Car Lots


State Apl.e Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf.Grpe. Lem. Lett. One. Ore.Pchs.ears Plume Potes.tbys.Swpot.Tanr.Toms.~ael.Total


- 4 19
31 142 74
-- 3 1 4
76 32 2 219 65 184 8 290 3 42 28 19 972
6 3 3 -12
..- -..- 4 2 6
32 121 1 318 14 31 25 18 590
61 26 87
3 1 1 5
3 -- 3
-1 13 -14
.. 12 13
-- -326 326
-- -- 7 4 -
20 -20
.-.- -.- 17 31
4 4 3 1 37
-- 5 55 3 1 2 1 67
5 5
4 3 7
-- 6
6 -29 -41 76
1 1123 35
2 4 55 145
1 1
13 137 4 29 2 205
3 8 28
-. .- s18


- -- --- -- -- -
- -- 4-- -- -- -
- -- --- -- -- -
9 $15 68 128 221 61 2TT 76 608 92 qi


- 1 1
- 4
- 1 1


40 72 46 42 a 143 90 2850


TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb, Mar. Apr. Mao June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov, Dec, Total Total Total
Apple 1 4 1 5 3 14 23 13 64 53 158
CabDage 18 24 26 21 29 6 15 139 136 127
Cantaloupe 1 23 43 31 5 11 1 115 145 191
Ceeiry 10 12 11 9 4 3 1 5 13 68 90 95
Grapefruit 21 14 16 8 12 1 3 3 14 16 20 128 145 112
Grapes 1 9 16 59 104 26 8 223 223 326
Lemons 5 2 4 6 7 14 6 6 3 3 3 6 65 56 43
Lettuce i 24 18 23 27 28 1 17 18 16 22 17 22 233 267 250
Onions 5 8 12 8 17 18 3 1 4 76 67 105
Oranges y 75 56 69 74 46 34 27 35 36 27 65 64 60s 577 561
Peache 7 33 49 3 92 68 37
Pear 19 16 11 4 2 2 55 34 55
Pl 1 12 15 10 2 0 34 35
Potatoes 13 21 60 155 143 103 1 59 6 572 522 477
Strawberries 7 39 46 70 63
Sweetpotatoes 1 2 3 6 21 4 5 42 79 80
Tangerines 10 3 3 15 31 35 23
Tomatoes 7 17 19 55 23 2 12 7 1 143 llo 110
Watermelons 29 49 12 90 123 83
Total 180 153 189 242 81 35 33116 178 199 281 178 188 2830 28b4 2931

I Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dewe, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine,
Includes Satsmas.
Includes fresh prunes.
these figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released February 28, 1935.


Hartford. Conn.. 1934.


- 23 -


Art z.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.

Cla.
Dle,
Ga.
Idaho
Ind.
Ky.
La.
Me.
MA.
Mich.
miss.
N.I.
N.C.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
S.C.
Tenn.

Vt.
Va.
Wash.
W.Va.


15
15


4


30



S 1

7 -

14
8 17



6 -


54

16 4
9
18


Imports
Canada -
Cuba -
W--4o


qnoa M 1V


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UNITED STATES DnARflMWT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.


Houston Texas.
1934


UmLOADS OF CERTAIN FITS AND TEGZTABLES IN EDUSTON, TEXAS, HRI0 1934
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to car-lot equivalents


State Apls. Cab. Cant Cel. Grpf.Grps. Len. Lett. One. Orge.Pchm.Pears Plums Pote.Stby8.wrpot.Tang.Toms.Wmel .Toal


Ariz.
Ark.
Calif. 20
Colo. 8
Fla.
Ga.
Idaho 36
Iowa -
La -
Me. -
Minn.
Miss.
Mo.
Mont.
Nebr.
Nev. -
B.Mex. 11
N.Y. -
N.Dak.
Ohio
Okla.
Oreg. 14
Tenn. -
Teas -
Utah 2
Va.
Wash. 394
Wis.
Wyo.
Imports
Mexico -
Total 485


6

15
14 -
2 -
2

1 -


6
1

1 -












26 -

27


1 47 1
- 13 -
6 154 196 337 54 323 to 1 20 652
- 72 1 50
3 1 -1
- -5 -
- 50 4 154


- l
- 344




- 39
-7--- -


12




12 1 9 33
- 11 3 3
- 1 1
12 1 1 5 3




- 1 54 1 6 5 115

- 9


- 55
- 13
- 1953
- 149
- 95
7
- 246
1
22
- 344
- 10
- 1
- 1
- 1
- 39
7
12
- 12
2
-
1
- 93
- 1
4 127
- 30
- 26
- 598
- 27
- 9


7 21 bl 22 14 1 35 O 3 43 17 30 7 27 1 1 84
78 21 161 22 l'4 196 385 0 336 43 17 30 1437 27 158 4 84


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloupe ./
Celery
Grapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce /
Onions
Oranges ./
Peaches
Pears
Plums /
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
To tal


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.
50 30 38 22


lb 7 15 13
2 1 1 -

12 9 14 14
32 30 28 34
37 19 23 lb
22 17 21 38



168 104 103 74

3 2 3 2

4 18 19 12

tuI 217 Phh 22Pr


- TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
9 2 14 13 72 106 69 60 485 455 389
2 8 14 16 22 15 78 126 51
13 8 21 3 16
10 9 9 11 13 15 21 22 161 127 128
S3 4 2 6 22 93 86
2 17 35 46 37 17 154 123 140
20 28 18 23 18 18 9 13 196 154 160
33 37 32 29 35 31 27 34 385 308 321
12 17 15 22 36 35 38 30 300 282 185
38 23 27 24 36 34 23 33 336 371 363
4 6 24 9 43 93 89
2 9 4 2 17 22 22
1 11 9 6 3 30 29 23
91 43 91 100 120 123 319 101 1437 1012 966

2 1 8 2 3 1 27 23 20

1 1 10 42 43 30 7 1 188 184 191
1 1 2 4 12 46
2P4 1Q1 P26 TbP2 M4 497 RL 2QR Ut RI W M17 T1 QI


i Includes Casabas. Honey Dells, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
Includes Satsumas.
4 Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 1, 1935.


Houston, Texas, 1934.


- 24 -


,


'~- -" --- --' -'- --' '-- '" "' -" "'~ ''" "'-









WIB D STATES DEPABURTBT OF AGRICULTURE
Buresa of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.


IndLanapolis. Ind,
1954


LOADS OF CERTAIN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN IiDIANAPOLIS, IND., IXRING 1934
Car Lots


7State Al Total- -
State -Apl. Cab. Cent. Cel. Orgpfirgs. La. Lett. Ona. OrS.Pchs.pearu Plums Pots.Stbm.Swoot.fTui.Tom.el. Total


- 6 -


- 3


Ala.
Ariz.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Fla.
Ga.
I aho
Ill.
Ind.
Ky.
La.
Me.
Ed.
mass.
Mich.
Minn.
Miss.
Mo.
Mont.
Nebr.
IH.
N.J.
I.T.
1.C.
N.Dak.
Ohio
Okla.
Oreg.
Pa.
Tenn.
Texas
Utah
Ta.
Wash.
W.Ta.
Wigs.
Ho.
Imports
Mexico
Total


1 -

3

2 -
3 -

-
41
3 -
12
23 -
11 2

33



4 -

113 76


1

1 3
17 1
14
126
6

55 3
108 -
64
43


- 158

11
4 1
54
36





92
31
9

- 393
- 116
- 29
- 36
- 1
15
- lbs
- 11
- 46
- 16

148


4 2

- 2
41

- 159
1

- 382
- 1


- 27



-


- 1








- 21 2
- -











- -
- 24 6


10 10
417 152 57 114 171 52 126 415 214 545 91 6 11 2250 115 104 1i 79 226 5196


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloups 1/
Celery
Grapefrui t
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce g/
Onions
Oranges 3/
Peaches
Pears
Plums ./
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons


Jan. Feb. Mar Apr.


- TOTALS BT MONTHS -
193s4 1933 192
May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total


48 58 71 59 22 7 4 6
32 42 53 53 46 20 12
15 30 12 -
10 23 28 20 20 2 1 -
25 25 35 14 10 3 2 -
1 ----- 3 7
6 5 7 6 16 33 26 11
40 36 48 38 "1 35 34 30
12 14 11 9 2B 26 14 20
53 52 69 54 4 44 32 36
9 37 45
1 3
2 1 5
174 16b 260 251 250 397 214 131
2b 91 1 -
6 8 11 10 7 9 20
5 1 -
2 3 5 5 1s 37 2 -
4 158 19


98 51
lb 23


4 16
16 23
2 2
22 25
45 lb
25 26

1 1
2 1
170 146

12 7


33 31 417 531 517
25 30 352 296 227
- 57 57 125
2 8 114 102 122
22 15 171 246 270
25 7 82 94 92
7 5 126 124 130
12 31 415 384 V,1
11 8 214 178 131
50 60 545 675 716
- 91 152 93
- 6 13 24
- 11 u1 29
4s 43 2250 1957 1691
- 118 137 140
5 9 104 9b 94
2 10 18 34 i4
3 1 79 116 54
- 22b 2 21


Total 414 4 q598 527 608 69b 54 345 63 340 265 258 53jt 5459 5203
/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes,
/ Includes romaine.
Includes Satsumas.
_/ Includes fresa prunes.
Released February b, 1935. Indianapolis, Ind.. 1934.

-25-


81 126









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- -


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UNITED STATS DEPABR M 01 AOICULOTUB
lurean of Agricultural loonotecs
Washington. D.C.


Jacksonville, la.
193


UNmOADS 01 07CPAIN gHITS AID VETGABLS IN JACKESOTILL., AIL. DBOB 1914
Car Lats including Boat receipts rednaed to ear-lot equivalents


/t
@4.4 L6 a / 1 A A. n n5 a...


Ala.
Aris.
Calif.
Colo.
Del.
Fla.
as.
Idaho
Ind.
Iowa
ry.
La.
Me.
Md.
Maas.
Mich.
Nebr.
N.J.

N.C.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
B.C.
Tenn.
Texas
Utah
Va.
Wash. 1
W.Va.
WIs.T
Total 2;


Lem. lett. One. Or e Pche Peare
l


15 -
6 17 31 67 103 186 9
3 2 20
2 -
24 -
2 -
5
-- 32
-
1
13

L7 -
17 -

- 1 11

- 1

S -14 7
13 -
2L P1 7-
5-- -- -

- 2

- 6 28
- 2
58 14 -
53 5 1 4
- -5- -


- 1

4 -
- 2
2

2
- 18
- 17




-530
- 7


6
- 65

- 99
- 12



- 4




- 2
S34
2
i t-o


1
----15
- W1
- 27
2
S 21 83
- 3 32
- 22
----32
1
- 1

513
- 530

- 10
- 12
- 6

- 135
- 12
---- 7
- 2
----25

- 6
2- 2
- 6k

- 86
- 13
----.
2
- 1 21 lIlt


0TTALS BYT MOES -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. r.Ap. June July Ang. Sept. Oct. Noy. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 18 12 5 9 10 0 9 9 20 52 30 4I 223 2 5 1
Cabbage 6 11 8 3 32 82
Cantaloupe/ 9 8 2 5 2 26 l4 2
Celery 9 5 3 5 2 7 6 7 9 8 12 12 85 69 97
Grapefruit 2 1 1 4 8 9 193
Grapes 3 9 1 0 14 4 68 66
Lemons U4 9 10 11 11 10 13 11 8 8 4 103 84 55
Lettuce 2 15 11 17 12 17 18 18 22 1616 18 22 202 176 192
Oniona 17 1 14 16 18 17 7 15 9 4 6 13 152 206 199
Orange 3/ 7 2 3 4 8 1 5 1 35 27 20
Peaches 5 4 2 11 23 60
Pear -- 1 3 1 5 7 13
Plum 4 4 1 a
Potatoes 60 70 16 25 24 33 46 92 102 44 144 163 819 511 414
Strawberrie -
8weetpotatoes 6
Tangerines -
Tomatoes 1 2 9 4 16 35 54
Watermelons 14 9 1 24 J 217
Total 132 121 70 81 99 11511130 174 209 171 242 269 181116 14201!

SIncludes Casabas, Honey Balle, Honey Doee, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
/Includes romaine.
SIncludes Sateumae.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 6. 1935.


Jacksonville. Fa., 1934.


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193F


UNITED STATES DIPATE0 OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Zoonomics
Washington, D.0.


UmIOAS 01 OLMAIZ I UITS AND TZGITABLaS IN KEASAS CITr. IM., DBIIR 1914
Oar Lot. but exclusive of 1.C.1. track receipts


..


2 / .17 8 /
Lam. Zett. One. Orge.Pche.P l


Ala.


Arti. -
AIs. 1
Oalif. 5 -
Colo. 22 23
Fla. -
Ga. -
Idaho 271 -
Ill. 23 1
Ind. -
Iou 11
LaM. 25 -
L. 31
Mch. 34 1
mla. 52
Hisr. 13
Mo. 8 1
aont.
Nebr.

N.J. 3 -
I.LMx. 17 -
I.T. 10 2
1.C. 3

Ohio 1

Oreg. 125 6
Pa. 2
S.11k. -
sean. 11
Tma 192
Utah 4 -
Ta. 1 11
lash. 381 1
W.Ta. 1
Wi. 429
WI. -
Iqport
Oaba -
Nezino -
Iptal qD 73q


1 -


23 8 1 -
1 -
150 211 20 241 265
11 6 -
37 16 -

-20 -


30 3 -







2 .

1 -




32 -



25 150 -


11 -



4 -

2r --47 2146 26


8

59
5


2


















1





2


- 1


- 1
8 9 -"
104 -
5 26 700 19 27
9 91 31 3
- 116 5
- -16 -



9 14 1 -


- 1 -








3 15 5


- 13 -
3 15 3 17


- 11 -1

- 61 -14 5


- 1 5
- 7 7


Truck
receipts 109 41 13 1 33 71 28 1 51 6 1 423 218 166 73 115 1650


Apple.
Oabbase
Oantaloup. /
Celery
Oerpefruit
Orapes

atgom

?Oanhos
Pears
Plums
Potatoes
Strarbrries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerinem
tomatoes
latermslons
~ntal


Jan. eb. l ar. Apr.
39 3 54 29
47 59 59
4
49 28 43 23
52 47 48 37
3 -
3--
9 11 10 12
71 64 73 74
54 27 25 26
81 76 89 97



308 329 482 353
4 5 18 50
3 3 3 2
10 2 -
13 24 3o 35

7WA 25 5QL XMB1


- TOTALS BIT uMrKS -
1931 1933 1932
May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Deo. Total Total Total
16 9 24 39 179 292 125 91 930 7 45
51 9 27 79 147 127 93 53 793 6 02
51 90 43 12 11 2 213 200 317
11 22 12 22 21 A44 5 37 347 316 328
11 8 5 8 16 31 3 35 366 384
3 22 12 41 71 55 2 212 269
33 53 58 37 7 9 12 14 265 186 175
56 63 84 i8 66 62 61 61 816 628 641
32 23 27 75 60 65 35 UV 2s 323
75 57 67 35 49 2 8 40 770 714
52127 18 1 206 239 201
9 20 22 5 3 5 92 14
1 14 12 43 14 84 48 71
333 289 87 261 312 377 309 281 3721 3157 2015
17 1 95 150 131
5 12 28 40 13 22 22 153 u6 68
S 5 8 25 29 8
68 125 36 76 93 46 27 0 593 317 289
7 112 198 97 1 415 36U 470
767 886 775 1058 1098 1189 943 756 10618 8531 7q9


Includes Oaeabas. Bon7r Sall. lower Dews. fPorean Melons and Mimed Melons of thooo classes.
Includes rom3air.
SInludes atrsmas.
SIncludem fresh pres.


Bele0 ed March 7, 1935.


-27-


Kansas Otty, M., 1934.


State A-In Cab Cent Cal Gf G -. a Len. Lott. ne. Ors.Pch.Per Flum Pote.tb .9Tanr.Tm.Wml Tot-


- 20
27 10
- 379
- 16

19 1029


40
10
1
419
1
1
19
513


-"

282

174
21 46

2

-192
61

17 144

- 197
- 91


- 2 20
- 137 17
- 2 -
25 115 1

- 1






- 3 -
99
2 -




10 -
-2

3
2 -


17 -
193 272
-2-




62 -

20


16
129
158
2450
631
492
16
1513
2
2
18
65
292
87
484
27
110
21
514
3
3
22
22
5
283
21
186
280
2
2
33
1130
169
12
683
1
627
91


.


gb 206 so ~ rrpl o,


?OW-







rIMBD rM5s lAInT OF A0 ICUOIm a
areas of Agriteltural eaomweos
Washinston, D. 0.


L 19drto. 7r.
1934


mULOA) 0o C sH anl AnD vTAuia IN I uI, ET.. fAl 1934
Oar Lots


tat 1 Cab. Ca. l. r..L. It. 0. rPh. Pn ots. ,r.-pt.baLL -.- -atal
State Apl,. Cab. Cant, Cel- SrDf-rom, Lem- Lett- O. O r or h.m.PMar, Pin Pel a


- b -


5-

1

1 -
- 13

5


2

59 65


2
2



17 1
20 -
49 -
- 4


1 -
7 13
1 -

- 13


1 -


---
- 11 10
- -
---
15--
---
- -
---
---
---
---
---
- -
- -
---
---
- -
---
---
---
---
---
---
- -
---
- -
- -
---


11
50 4
- 2




- 6

-1


- 12



- 11






- 3
1 1


- -
8 -


5-
- 6

















-3


- 37


- 44

- 7
2
- 95



- 5

- 3
- 37
4
- 41
- 91
- 12
- 7

12
- 2

2
- 21
- 11


- 15


1 19 2




- 1 -
-7-








- 1 -





- 1 -
- 10 1


Imports
Italy -1 .- -
Total 15b 10 26-19 11 11 62 4 63 9 2 -47 7


- TOTiLS BT MONeBS -


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloupes
Celery
Grapefruit
Grape.
Lemsnr
Lettuce /o
Onions
Oranges 3/
Peaches
Pears
Pwn

Plume s
Potatoes
Stramberris
Seetpotatoes
Tangerines
tomatoes
Watermelons
nqt-.i


Jan. eb. Mar. Apr. Ma June July As. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec
11 17 12 5 3 2 7 26 25 28 20
9 9 8 11 5 4 10 23 16 11
2 -
5 4 4 2 2 3 6
1 1 2 2 2 3 2 2
1 1 1 8 -
1 2 2 1 1
8 7 9 6 4 3 4 2 2 4 5 8
4 2 1 1 2 1 1 8 12 5
4 9 9 2 3 7 3 3 1 4 3 15
1 3 5 -


1 6- -

2 4 2 4 1 1 2 1 1
1
2 1 4 7 1 14 1 1 1
27 1 -M
01 100 17E 71 it 1*1 50 1 5 125 204 04


934 1933 1932
Total total 2at"

106 84
10 11 23
26 27 33
15 u11
11 1 a
11 16 10
62 67 73
10 43 36
63 73 99

:7 'E S
9 1it9 2


478 8
7 12 12
18 61 55
1 2 2
39 46 54

rem 11n0 ln


/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dew. Persiat Molone and Wmd Melons of these aliases.
p. Includes rosaine.
f Include. Satmos.
/ Includes fresh prues.
es figures were compiled front reports fuimshed by eae e rlms.


Released Februay 16. 1935.


exitonst. e 1934.


- 28 -


Ala.
Arizs.
Oallf.
Colo.
Del.
Fla*.
Ga.
Idaho
Ind.
ry.
La.
Me.
Md.
Mich.
Minn.
Miss.
N.J.
I.T.
I.C.
1.Dak0.
!.D.ec.
Oreg.
Pa.
S.C.
Tenn.
TeM.
Te-as
Ta.
Wash.
W.Va.
Wis.







UNITED STATES IEPARTYIST OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of agricultural EconoAics
Washington, D.C.


Lj. Angeles, Calif.
1934


UNLOADS OF O~CTAIN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN LOS ANGELES. CALIF., DURING 19T7
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to car-lot equivalent but exclusive
of 1.c.1. express and truck receipts.


State pls. Cab. Cant. gel. Grpf.Grps. Lem. Lett. One. Orrs.Pcbs.Pears Plums Pots.Stbys.Swpot.Tang.Toms.Vael.Total
Ariz. 51 51
Ark. 3 3
Calif. 1629 30 82 64 25 13 3 102 155 10 239 269 14 25C1 2 13 8 141 8323
Fla. 1 2 27 30
Idaho 89 19 6 615 729
Mont. 1 -
Iev. 24 92 116
N.Mex. 29 29
Oreg. 110 3 267 3 1 892 1226
Utah 10 10 3 16 52 26 117
Wash. 897 3 7 21 5 2 179 111
Imports
Cuba 21 21
Mexico 179 179
Total 2736 0 82 71 76 16 3 102 4 s 10 312 277 23 6007 2 45 235 14 11939
Lel. express 2 3 1 187 197
receipts
Truck 534 1532 2230 3128 1163 1848 823 4811 892 3740 1260 518 280 2662 771 639 79 3602 1299 3181s
receipts____


TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1931 1933 1032
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 3C1 195 153 109 71 38 1!4 222 371 547 354 241 2736 305 354s
Cabbage 6 1 12 7 3 1 8 2 40 46 14
Cantaloups / 1 33 6 7 11 15 9 82 63 160
Celery 25 1 1 2 9 10 13 7 3 71 42 56
Grapefruit 5 7 15 19 8 3 8 4 7 76 28 20
Grapes -- 1 2 4 1 16 16 65
Leronc 2 1 3 1 8
Lettuce 2/ 10 19 5 3 3 4 7 3. 5 27 14 2 102 106 296
Onions 10C 93 68 50 6 3 10 9 46 27 25 43 48s 633 399
Oranges / 1 5 2 1 1 10 16 43
Peaches 11 65 89 133 13 1 312 166 225
Pears 7 2 11 90 77 55 34 1 277 344 28s
Plums 4 8 11 23 22 44
Potatoes 910 677 501 290 238 169 182 303 461 325 733 715 6007 6348 5897
Strawberries 1 1 2 2 23
Sweetpotatoes 19 6 6 6 6 1 1 45 149 199
Tangerine -
Tomratoee 59 37 95 13 6 2 23 2 460 578
Watermelons 694 28 4 l 1146 1630
Tntal 14or 14il 2 inh10 a Gb 2 7 100 Q24 811 9q84 112 1190 1017 11939 12642 134q9


Includes Oasabas, Honey Balls. Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
Includes Satsumas.
SIncludes fresh prunes.


Beleaeed. March 13, 1935.


Los Angeles, Calif., 1934.


-29-


-


-'- ---' --- -" --'- -" "-- 'Y


LIIY


-- 1 1-







UITUD srAUS hPA MMr 0F AGBICO =Im
hare of Agricultural oonoailde
Iahington. D.C.


UI ADAB 01o mU FRITS As TIMiAsU Zs 1rw1 8TIU p.. ar1i 194
0ar lets


State Aple. Oab. ant. el. Gatf.rpp. Z.. ltt. On@. Orws.PhabPers Pam Pots.tbym.mot. .fcm1. ta
Ala. 1 219 1 1 2 272
Ariz. 2 35 37
As. 2 1 3
Calif. .8 22 52 69 181 131 1 8 1 5
Colo. 2 15 -- 2
D1. 2 2
ria. 53 93 255 14 13 851 15 510
la. -- -30 -- -9
Idaho 10 4 8 l
Id. 63 -
lowa 1 1
a. -21 -3 -7 1 7 -
e. 13 -
Md. 5 2 -
Mas.. -
Mich. 4 43 -91 -157 29
Minn. 50 s
Mios. 17 -1 -35 2 Tb
Mo. -- -
N.J. 34 3 34
N.Y. 7192 3 1 171
N.C. 6 21 -
T.Dek. 10 l0
Ohio 1 6 --
Oreg. 2 3 -
Pa. 19 3 -- 2
5.0. 2 2
S.Dak. 1 1
Tennam. -1 -- -10 -112 14- 4- 149
TeXas 54 2 -34 -2 1 2 34 2
Ta. 13 4 12 -
Wash. 16 3 1 -
W.Tas. 77 - 77
Ws.. 41 3 51 95
Imported
Mexico -- -
Total 355110 5 76 95 52 69 24. 222 37 0 13 5 886 41 27 8 111 11 1157


Apples
Cabbage
Oantaloupe J/
Celery
Grapefruit
Grapes
Leaons
Lettuce 2/
Onions
Orranreg J
Peachee
* Pear.
Plums
Potatoes
Strawberrles
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelon
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.
38 37 41 25
18 25 27 47
1
11 11 14 13
12 12 14 10

4 1 2 5
21 19 21 25
21 14 12 16
22 41 48 34



35 40 88 62
2 5 6 14
4 7 5 2
3 1 -
31--
3 5 14 22
1Q< 218 292 27fi


- TOTALS BT mO=iIS -
1934 1933 1932
May June July Alg. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
12 3 1 10 49 60 36 358 378 387
35 1 1 17 45 54 26 34 330 223 240
S1 27 3 1 5 1 56 57 71
1 1 3 14 76 86 101
4 5 5 10 12 95 16 13
3 6 9 16 10 7 52 60 72
13 11 13 10 1 2 3 4 69 80 61
16 23 15 15 14 21 21 23 2324 2 236
20 10 6 21 49 20 20 13 222 172 123
33 22 20 15 17 25 40 67 387 469 10
6 27 15 2 50 59 1
4 3 13 21 36
-- 5 4 7
138 226 74 44 80 46 45 86 975 1012
14 1 R 60
2 1 1 3 2 27 3 142
1 3 a 16
25 56 1 1 4 2 133 17
6 4 5 115 170
2 22 117
2- 2117 2r 297 22; 22 MR57 *l


SInoludes Oaeabas, Eonsy Balls, Rona Deonw, Persian Melons aan Mixd Melon of these claeses.
Includes romaine.
Includes Bateama.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures wee compiled from reports furnished by comon carriers.


Released March 13. 1935. Louivwlle, Sr., 1934.


-" -R 219 M2 279~ -







UNITED i)STAS DSWARMW OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.

LOADS 0 or AIN nEITS AND VEGETABLES 13 MEMPKIS. T=N.. DRIG 1934
Car Lots


U V./
State la.le Cab. Cant. Ce. rpf.Grs. Lem. Lett. One. Org.PchsePeare Plums Pots.Stbys.Swpot.Tang.Toms. ael.Total
Ala. 5 3 -25 -33
Arl 5 2 30 1 3
Ark. 1 2 7 -5 16
Calif. 2 3249 9 80 147 226 22 15 1 1 1 11 -18 757
Colo. 1 5 1 17 -90 -- 114
la. 35 91 39 1 7 7 57 25 612
Ga. 1 1 17 19
Idaho 49 57 114 220
1l1. 1 2---------------- -------- 2 5
Iod. -- -s- -- 9
Ky. 1 1
La. 101 3 -74 11 189
Me. 1 -- 1 2
Md. 16 -- 16
Mich. 1 28 6 -17 6 60
. -12 -24 37
Miss. 8 1 1 -13 4 27
. 3 1 1 7 12
Mont. 7 -- 7
Iebr. 179 -179
N.J. -. -. -15 15
.. 7 9 1 17
r 1 1T
It.Dak. 34 34
Oho 2 2
Okla. -- 1 1
Oreg. 7 3 12 7 36
Pa. 10 10
Teas 121 6 22 -20 18 8 195
Utah 13 1 6 38
Va. 25 2 -- 50
ash. 193 2 5 3 203
W.Va, 26 -- -- ---- 26
ia. 163 3 7 240
Wyo. 1 142
Imports
Cuba -. 3 3
tabao 3
Mexico-- 2 2
Total 12 461 39 96 111 96 147 257 196 549 6 15 1 865 18 1 7106 62 7

TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar, Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 33 27 17 10 12 3 4 7 36 SD 45 68 342 361 354
Cabbag 43 56 55 51 24 10 34 52 66 48 22 461 347 400
Cantaloupe / 2 11 19 3 1 2 1 39 30 49
Celery 8 9 14 9 8 5 4 1 2 5 15 16 96 103 116
rapefrut 13 19 19 13 7 4 4 6 9 10 7 111 123 125
Orapes 1 1 2 9 24 35 19 5 96 128 130
Laons 8 6 9 9 18 23 20 22 10 8 5 9 147 132 133
Lettace 2 3 0D 20 22 23 22 21 16 19 18 24 19 23 257 257 260
Onions 26 11 17 11 12 8 2 18 24 29 26 12 196 220 206
Oranges 65 57 71 57 26 31 16 12 21 29 62 102 549 514 396
Peachee 4 2 -- 6 27 26
pears 1 1 6 4 1 2 15 22 39
P1iums y -- -- 1 1 3
Potatoes 104 82 94 60 89 60 22 63 98 74 68 51 865 903 882
Strawberries 3 2 2 10 1 18 16 8
Sweetpotatoes 1 1 -
Tangerines 2 1 1 3 7 7 -
Tomatoes 5 11 13 14 24 8 3 12 6 4 6 106 98 110
Watermelons 29 6 6 1 62 81 117
Total 32 102 333 269 294 213 133 197 315 168 W5 324 3375 3370 ]35W

/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Roney ws, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
V Includes romaine.
Includes Satsmaas.
SIncludes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 1, 1935.


Memphis, T m., 1934.


- 31 -







uOITmD SA1S DPAB RUR 07 AGRICULTURE
Buresa of Agricultural ZIonomics
Washington, D.C.


UNWIAD 01 CU~EELIR 1S2S AND VYUTBLUS II MILADINE. W18.. DURING 1934
Car Lote including Bost receipts reduced to Car-lot equivalents but e-
clusive of truck receipts.


nam / Cnt Ca 1r m T t /n ea ar-
state flilg CuK Cant Cal Onf an. 1 Ttmt Ong dyffl Vahasr6


Ala. 24
Aris. -
Ark. -
Calif. 2 1
Colo. 2
Del. 3 -
Fla. -
Ga. -
Idaho 53 -
Ill. 22
Ind. 3
Iowa 2
Ky. -
La. 51
Md. 4 -
Mass. 2 -
Mich. 318 1
Minn. -
Mise. 56
Mo. 1 3
Mont. 14
Nebr. -
N.J.
N.Mex.
N.Y. 33 -
.C. -C
f.Dek. -
Ohio 12 2
Okla. -
Oreg. 67
Pa. 13 -
B.C. -
Tenn. 21
Texas 139
Utah -
Ta. -
Wah. 313 -
W.Va. 2
Wie. 8 2
Wyo. -
Imports
Argentina -
Cuba -
Mexico -
Total 1177 t02
pc t l*4 121


5 -
30 61 -
45 -
116 126 8 256 148 365 41 723 47 89
4 2 21 124 3

65 144 155 -
123 -
14 22 -
I 22 10






4 125 -157 -79 7 107
3 -






5
2 -
3- -
2 1 -
3 -3- -4-





6 32
2 -
7- -
2 -


102 72 1 2


34 21 19 8


#i r Potr.Sbre).SwDot.Taxs. omI.bel_ fetal


- 5

1
8 -


22 24
- 144

- 3



5 -


15 -

13 27
-91-








1 4
- -




22 -
73 26

- 3


161 117 205 421 148 479 294 889 198 258 114 1721 262 51 12 i e 11 7751
1 b7 2 24 2 9 -
TOTALS BT MONTHS -


1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar Apr. Mar June July Aug. Sent. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 124 91 132 55 44 17 25 39 133 227 134 126 1177 1208 1209
Cabbage 18 40 40 63 70 59 10 1 1 302 141 189
Cantaloups/ 30 62 49 17 2 1 161 187 214
Celery 38 27 44 24 24 18 29 26 20 17 22 28 317 255 297
Orapefruit 38 33 33 33 10 1 2 3 29 33 39 25 233 290
Grape 2 18 48 137 157 49 9 421 532 721
Lemons 10 7 10 10 20 27 2 16 4 5 7 12 14 133 106
Lettuce 43 40 48 48 49 49 40 30 29 33 37 33 479 437 47
Onions 12 16 14 28 51 33 28 21 4 25 17 294 137 192
Oranges / s5 s5 98 99 87 65 46 48 43 8s 105 8s9 8s9 850
Peaches 10 61 247 78 2 39 411 427
Pears 3 1 2 29 76 97 42 7 1 258 188 251
Plume / 1 21 24 40 25 3 114 111 116
Potatoes 105 104 128 172 224 338 373 71 74 48 38 46 1721 1952 1990
Strawberries 2 4 7 38 159 43 5 1 2 1 262 332 318
Sweetpotatoes 5 2 2 1 20 23 23 7 83 80 55
Tangerinee 4 3 4 12 17
Tomatoes 2 4 10 3 11 73 39 9 2 5 4 162 1419
Watermelons 48 180 100 11 42
Total 488 4q 167 60r 780 abb 978 791 711 659 461 418 778A 7t4
SIncludes Casabas, Honey Balls. oney Dews. Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these claUses.
SIncludes romaine.
SIncludes Satsmss.
/ Includes fresh prunes.


Released February 7, 1935.


- 32 -


Milmukee. lis.. 1934.


Milmele, lie.
1934


98
91
128
2002
158
3
450
267
797
60
28
5
41
165
7
5
846
12
108
115
17
11
34
3
348
199

17
44
145
15
15


1

2
205
1


u


- -


_I-








SUITED STATES IXPARThMlT OF AJrICULTUR
Bir.an of Agricultural Boonaomio
asahington. D.C.


MHnneapolis. Minn.
1934


UKLOADS 0 CmEAI 3ITS AND TYUEUgLmUS 11 MItIPOLIS. MIME.. DnIIIN 1931
Oar Lots


State Abl. cab. Oant. 01l. GOrf.Srps. Lem. Lett. One. Orcm.Peh.Pears Plum. Pott.Stbysa.woot.TAn.Tom.Iael.ota
a.-- 3 5 3 11
Arts. 47 2 73 1 41
rk. 5 5 9 73 3 95
Calif. 2 6 98 265 10 185 119 107 50 746 33 39 26 189 8 2295
Colo. 139 3 0
D,.- ------ --- .-.--- 1 -
la. 55 132 37 16 9 14 66 1 343
A. -55 42
Gab 67 5 4 1 1 21 1 12
Ill. 15 21 110 6
Ind. .. 1 -. 2 14 17
lowa 1 4 5
lane. 2 5 7
La. 12 6 37 37 8 100
M. .- -- -- -- 1 1
ich. 32 6 -112 31 32 213
Minn. 1 5 17 73 96
MHis. 27 3 I 1 1 19 52
Mo. 1 2 8 1 1 56 6 75
Month. 1 3 9 98
N.J. 18 18
N.T. 3 11 9
. e. 15 15
Ohio -- 2 2
Okl. 32 7 1 0
Oreg. 9 22 12 17 1 8 8 1 78
Pa. 1 1
Tenn. 2 -- 22 58
Texa 137 112 47 31 12 2 82 641 87
Utah 2 2 2 6
Va. 6 5 43 54
Wash. 789 3 23 72 59 13 1 36 438 1 152
.Ta. B 8
Wis. 11 1 10 25
Imports
Oba 2 2
MeIo 1
a ;al M 145 378 276 315 199 578 248 750 11 218 71 1 19 12 I 21 1 6 A


Apple@
Oabbage
ontaloup. 1/
Oelory
Grapefruit
Grapoa
ImOons
Lettuce 1
Onions
Orange 3/
Pesahe.
Pear:a
PlMs
Potatoes
9trarberries
oweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
aiA1i


Jan. leb. Mar. Ar.
89 53 51 a
19 33 47
2
60 56 54 37
46 33 35 19
1 -
13 13 17 13
63 57 64 68
5 7 16 27
91 75 as 85


55 36 66 112
1 13 20
12
2 1 -
9 10 21 24
-i~ -r -t -


- TOTALS BYT YT S -
1934 1933 1932
May Jne Juoly ka. Sent. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
21 8 11 9 116 3 976 802 810
S203 839 7
34 44 7 5 25 116 131
38 6s 34 1 2 1 135 239
29 22 12 4 12 52 0 378 326 318
9 5 1 1 7 31 9 50 276 295 318
5 11 32 125 99 49 10 335 289 391
33 29 10 1 6 11 15 15 189 173 165
56 57 32 15 32 38 53 13 578 561 1196
25 37 22 10 50 37 8 24 90 177
71 &1 33 32 1 39 85 s6 790 720 724
2 29 122 38 191 226 299
2 10 27 127 52 218 141 173
2 16 12 33 8 71 77 63
11 158 131 31 79 63 U5 34 951 1106 517
101 54 7 199 268 309
S31 23 24 26 139 150 4
4 7 14 27 40
28 87 5 13 20 7 263 236 233
7 6 8 1 13 256 1
591 751 65 33a 675 717 602 405 6326 5994 551


Saneludes Oaubas. Hner Balls. Roney Dews. Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
includes romaine.
SIncludes Satnmaa.
Includes fresh pranes.
hrs figures to Aoril 1 were copilled from reports furnahed br common carriers.


Released Tebruary 27, 1935.


innmeapolls, Man., 19314


- 33-


.


iVKE wa~ N =a







OWITD BRAUS imPA !ago Of ABICOULT
Bureau of Agricultural boonomaic
Washinton, D.C.


OpAiS 01 OsEur 7I 8 AIMs F tOB T EAOLl IIN ]ASzLLL. s, s.. DRIINGQ 1934
Car Lots


Washville. T~a.,
1934


at.&#. Ai. bh Bant Cal. GrofOrm. La. Lett. One. OrsmPchelears Plums POts tbrs.rwnotSanajousLge. Iflal


Ala.
Artsi.
Calif.
Oolo.
Del.
na.
0as.
Idaho
Ind.

La.




Nebr.
I.J.
N.Y.
r.Dak.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
8.0.
lemn.
TMnn.

Utah
Ta.
Wash.
W.Va.
Wis.
w.o
T.r


- 19



I -
- 3
- -


1 -

- a

3 -
1 1

13


1 -


4 -
10


47

63
143 -


1lh 155


24
137 6
3 8



15
17




42
2

-I
-




23


4

5 6

1

16- 12


1


1

















2






4


'~" "'-"'--- ---- -~-------~ -~~---


- TUALS BT mnto -


Apples
Cabbage
Cantalonps 1
Celery
Grapefruit
Grapes
Leons
Lettuce 3/
Onions
Oranges y
Pnches
Pears
Plume ,/
Potatoes
8trawberries
Uiestpotatoem
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
fotal


Jan. Feb, Mar. Apr.
40 15 24 11
8 26 22 21

9 5 12 6
11 7 9 10

3 3 4 7
15 13 22
14 0 13 9
45 45 53 32



92 95 11'4 7J4



1 5 14 20

218 231 278 219


May June auly Aug. Bept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
12 6 3 2 46 43 37 47
19 3 8 15 33 22
6 1 1 -
2 2 6 12
6 1 2 6 12 8
5 8 13 15 3
15 16 14 10 4 3 2 3
14 12 9 12 10 12 lb 14
11 8 6 7 15 19 14 6
21 15 10 9 11 13 42 87
--13 --
2 2 2 -

132 77 16 8 27 66 51 48



27 26 1 2
36 14 -
266 170 102 74 147A 12 ME 2q2


1934 1933 1932
total Total Total
28b 284 389
184 102 193
16 5 2
54 90 56
72 87 74

84 bE 73
169 154 167
13E 5 90

11 26
6 910
1 -
800 86 907
1 2 3
1 2
14 1
96 82 (6
2A L42 ANc


/ Includes Casabas, Ion Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and. Mzed Melons of these Olasses.
Includes rmaisne.
I includes atrsumn.
Includes fresh prnes.
these figures were compiled from reports furnished by comon carriers.


Released Februar 14, 1935.


16i e 72 I48


183


-


shrilll, Nea, 1934.


- 1181

2 2
- 166

- 9
- 92
131

- 2
- 5
7

29
- 118

- -2
17

9

4 -

- 2
22
- 8

- 6
- 1

S 141
- a
6 so


135
24
35
179
1
481
M4
154
18
2
27
7
3
73

33
2
17
2
9
5
10

2

104
4
73
156
90
216
-3
vKr%


- dI


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WITID SwAmS wsABuMu 0U AxICULTm
urew of Agricultural oconomiee
Washingtoa, D.C.


ewark. I.J.
1934


UP i OF0 Ca LN E UR fM h A Bl LU IN 3a M. N.J.. MaW8n 1934
Car Lot including Bsat receipts rednced to Car-lot equivalents
but excluive of I.Co.. freight receipts.


State hals. Cab- Cant. Col. Grnf..rn. L-.. Lott. aOn. Ora.Pab.sPearu Plum Pote.tb-r.tlot.anal.on.tmel.Total


Ala. 25
Arts. -
Ark. -
Calif. -
Colo. -
Del. 1 -
la. 129
BS. -


La. -
Me. 5 -
Ea. 7 -
ich. -
mise. 29
IW.. 1 -
1.J. -
N.T. 50 199
1.C. -
Ohio -
Oreg. -
Pa. 135 -
I.C. 30
Ten. -
eas. 144
Ta. 140 18
Wash. 54 -
W.Ta. 116 -
Imports


Itol frett
receipts -


E8 no -

65 1112 13 621 71 4 1 -
15 23 -
-5 -ll -1 -

- 75 7 f1 15 10o
3 193 -
- 3 63 -
- S -


- -

- -

- -


- -
- 1862
- 3



- 93
- 59
- 224

9 -

- 216
-- ,
- 214
4


- 36


2 24



- 21



- 47








- 26
- 124


- 25
- 13
- 1
- 2053
3
7
66b 52
34 230
- 66
- 8
- 52
- 1867
14
69
76
1
93
460
43 418
16
9
155
30 353
27
286
8 396
l6
116


-1191 1191
S22 q14 78 n1 13 7T3 lb7 g11 415 1i 17 10 105 11 2 278 181 -190

2 2


Apples
Cabbage
Cntaloiupe /
Celery
grapefruit


Lettwnce /





Potatoes
straso rries
POaoea



Straw erre



Yata-lB


Jan. reb. Mar. ir.-
15 23 37 18
67 65 97 65

33 24 19 12
4 6 15 37
5 -
1 2
56 55 76 89
15 23 38 15
17 22 27 41

1 1 -

350 355 933 310
3 4 3 15
5 3 4 2
1 1 -


162 f12 12.4- 1606


- f0ALs BT MNONa -
1934 1933 1932
Mar June J ar a. Seat. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
5 2 1 12 45 228 87 36 50 469 1323
76 29 7 11 20 56 53 42 510
34 73 86 3 1 8 222 257 363
7 27 29 40 194 306 332
2 1 13 7 45 69
7 97 647 354 39 1149 1114 2609
S 3 3 1 13 10 4
89 4 44 40 50 63 63 7 794 843
12 9 4 4 19 19 9 167 256 183
23 15 15 18 6 5 12 10 211 219 395
25 142 225 23 415 294 142
2 1 5 13 18 126
8 8 1 17 14 38
35T 444 223 62 84 144 554 207 4083 3909 3258
79 1 105 221 175
1 2 2 2 3 7 31 57 75
2 -
27 17 38 27 11 2 278 317 328
S 64 7 46 181 260 20
71S 641 41 Ua46 1151 1174 491 S940 9055 1101


--- --- wi-- l- I .. .. .. .. .. .. ..- -

/ Ino id Casabas, onrp )Sll., Boney Dewi Perlian Malons and Iizxd LMlons of theBe classes.
I include strmiue.
Includes Ats pmws.
Includes fresh prunes.


lwmaed etbreary 23, 1935.


eark., N.J.. 1934.


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ISID S9ULS lPAN6INR T Of AGRICULW B
Bureau of Agricultural Bconomie
Washington. D.C.


ULOUiA OF CERTAIN IMUI AND TGIMTBLIS IN HY rLT. 001a.. PlX, I 19ij4
Car Lots


I b. t. CUl. Gf.r L et n r.Ph.Pr Pl Pot.tb-
*$ate kit..- 04. Cat- Ca1-. Gnrf-rus. I. kett.. One. Ornl-chs..Pemru luu Pots.5tbn.5SvoLfA..sl aAob~


- 25 -

- 435 7 167 8 142 1



54 222 -







S 27 2



- -7 -
- -o
- -4




10

24 -
-2 1 -


s R 54 7 202 0m m4 Q6


35


17 -

- 13

- 14

1 -



4- 40
1


1


41
1 -

18


81
4


- -3 -3


Ala.
Aris.
Ark.
Calif.
Oolo.
Cone.
Del.

Ga.
lIDbo
Idaho

YT.



Mich,.
Miss.
N.J.
W.Mex.

N.C.
Oreg.
Pa.

Wenn.

Ta.
Wash.
W.,a.


DTOALS BY MONBS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. efeb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug, aept. Oct. ow,. eec. Total Total total
Apples 1 1 2 4 3 2 1 7 26 26 15 88 4 126
Cabbage 15 15 14 10 16 2 3 27 102 94 80
Cantaloup / 2 10 25 19 1 2 59 53 95
Celery 9 7 14 11 4 2 1 4 7 9 68 58 67
Grapefruit 12 7 8 6 2 3 11 5 54 37 1
Grapes 6 22 137 222 45 6 438 401 539
L n 3 1 1 1 1 7 4 1
Lettu e 2 19 14 17 26 25 1 19 21 13 17 14 16 202 198 243
Onions 11 11 10 16 10 11 1 5 1 4 80 97 118
Oranges 34 35 47 47 27 21 22 23 20 17 3 33 364 265 332
Peaches 4 39 47 6 96 81 54
Pear 13 16 9 4 1 43 33 39
Plumes 8 9 4 2 23 11 22
Potatoes 50 39 43 70 95 99 62 12 65 52 25 612 18 613
Strawberries 5 20 25 24 18
Sweetpotatoes 1 3 15 4 24 62 67
Tangerines 7 2 5 5 19 11 10
Tomatoes 5 14 29 60 25 1 8 6 2 150 100 179
Watermelons 2 19 3 16 68 74 61
Total 19 111 161 211 241 255 248 152 214 186 214 18 2522 2270 2760

j/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls. Honey Dews. Persian Melone and Mixed Melons of these classes.
2 Includes romaine.
3 Includes Satsmas.
Includes fresh prunes.
* ees figures were compiled from report furamished by common carriers.


Released february 15. 1935.


New Haven, COn., 1934.


-36-


NLMew Ln CSnS
193


- 4






- 11
1






13 -
I







8 32


27 -


S43
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17 -
12
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--


13 -
13
40 24
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1




- 6





1 -
- -m
- -
--

m -m



]. -


Imports
Canada -
Mexico -
ntal MIR 10n


- 4
----31g
--1- 9
- 10 6
- 1o 886
3
13
----1)
2 2
19 29 19 N6
24
2
2
12
5 13

1 19


3--- 4
2


5


23 26
63 131
21 2 127



3
12


2 -
2 -1 an d aFA








11IITD BST S DEPARI T T Of AGRICULTURZ
bureau of Agricultural Sconomics
Washington, D.C.


New Orlean.s La.
1934


UNLOADS OFr CrTAI raUITS AND TETAlBS II NsU ORLEANS. IA.. DURING 1914
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to Car-lot equivalents but ex-
clusive of 1.c.,l express receipts.


S---e -l-l. Cab. Cant- Cel. Gryf.rps. Lm. Lett- One, Orms.Pcha.Pears Plu-- PotStbysswpotTangTomumel Total
Itate ApiI. Cab. Caat. Cel. Orpf.OrcB. X.. Lett. One. Org.Pcha.P~aaj Plum Pot.8tbp.8tiot.~M.Taag.Ton.el.Tobta


Ala. 7
Arls. -
Ark. -
Calif. 2
Colo. 3 1
1la. -
a. 9
Idaho 29 -
111. 2 -
Ind. -
lom 1

Le. -

Nd. 1 -
Mich. 30
Minn. -
Miss. 1
Nebr. -
N.J. -
.Mex. 3 -
N.T. -
N.C, 8
Ohio -
Okla. -
Oreg. 6 -
S.C. -
Temn. 1
Te s -
Utah -
Ta. 18 70
Wash. 231 -
W.Va. 2 -
Wl. 36
Wyo. -
Imports
Canada -
Chile -
Ouba -


- 10
3 23 -
1 10
78 62 2 138 375 33b 34 164 5
6 7 1 58 2
- 60 139 533 -
- 83


- 6







- 20




1 -




7


28


2


- 9
39

- 38
S4

- 2


- 36
- 10
10








- 10


- 15
- 23

- 10

- 15

S 2

- 1


301






-1










4-
- -i
- -
i i

- i
- -

i -i
- -
- w
- -i
i -i
- -
- -


2 20 639
26
1 4 16
37 25 28 137 146
- 219 297
- 7 22 99 8 8SB
13 105
1 159
2



92 156
355

10
1



5
77
S -
86
10






2 1
5 5






19 7 65
3 7
- 56 9 88





- 15
- 1 1

13 9 lb 4 90
- 27
- g8
5 2 1 2
2
31
3 3


- 4


- -
1- -11 -
- 1-


- 1 42
--3301 42


Italy -- 10 10
1otal 298 114 118 4 .4 11a ss 7b6 316 727 116 77 29 984 22 10 691 q017
Lcl express
receipt -- 8 1 7 1 17

TOTALS BYT OES -


1934 1933 193
Jan. Feb. Mar- Apr._ May June Ju.ly Aug Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apple@ 27 13 18 14 10 7 13 39 52 54 46 298 328 364
Cabbage 2 6 24 32 38 38 21 3 164 152 234
Cantaloup L/ 1 3 32 40 14 13 12 3 118 107 190
Celer7 18 15 16 20 3 8 11 9 11 16 15 22 164 163 171
arapefruit 16 20 25 23 20 4 2 4 9 7 15 7 152 207 152
Orape 2 16 29 41 30 19 1 138 130 157
Leaon 24 15 26 30 39 54 53 48 30 24 25 20 388 334 339
Lettuce / 26 29 25 21 32 31 31 39 32 30 33 34 363 366 404
OnIoa* 54 10 21 18 11 14 11 17 35 56 29 316 435 299
Oranges y 78 110 110 90 64 34 28 36 29 65 43 727 825 655
Peace 18 47 49 2 116 111 93
Pear 1 1 2 14 31 17 6 2 3 77 62 105
Plues 4 9 12 3 1 29 24 34
Potatoes 99 64 96 71 41 69 11 22 121 162 158 70 984 89b 913
Strawberries -
Iweetpotatoe 2 13
Tangerizne 4 13 2 1 2 22 33 33
Tomatoes 23 24 18 38 26 5 11 39 55 3* 22 15 310 s9 06
Watermelon 1 1 311 118 19 1 651 47 ?9
t-otal r 70 14 Y 38 2 2S 614 605 403 471 4qS 470 295 9017 4q'51 501


1/ Includes Caabas, Ioney Balls. eoa Dew, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these olsses.
SIncludes romine.
SIncludes Satsam .
SIncludes fresh prnes.


Released February 16, 1935.


New Orleans, La., 1934.


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UNITED STANDS DEPARTMENT Of AGBICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Econoldas
Washilgton. D.C.

UNIOADS or COETAII JRUITS AND YEIOTABs E II iE TOIE, W.T., XDURIB 193
Oar Lots including Boat receipts reduced to ear-lot equivalents but ex-
clusive of l.c.l. freight, express and truck receipts.


Nw York. N.T.
193i'"


State Aple. Cab. Cant. etl. Grpf.2rp. Lem. Lett. One. Orgm. Pehs. Pears Plum Po Stot.Stbys. Se t.TaAg.Tom.W Total
S 145 3 1 10 10 173
Arts. 363 1 6 134 5 1209
Ark. 2 66
oalif. 52 5 4317 1142 100 7624 Lo49 sgg9 200 7662 365 2096 192 71 32424
Colo. 201 2 63 35 5 7 313
Del. 1 4 1 9 1
Vi.. 1393 1773 5171 376 10i 2136 538 14 1353 110 53 2861
. 6 25 2222 2 7 3 2771
Idaho 7 147 1 257 1 66 B78
Ind. 5 171 176
Iowa 1 2 3
S- -- -9 29
La. 38 7 218 A24 2g7
Me. 132 1
Hd. 5 -6413 5
1Lnas. 60 41 5 -- 106
Uich. 5 10 6 67 7 700
Mnn. 3
U s,. -115 5 565 -
Mo. 2 2
Month. 32 3 35
1.3. 20 20
N.J. 2 3 25 9 10 17 66
N.iUe. 6 -
1.I. 5s7 996 52 46 146 941 11 78 6 909 11 5295
N.C. 46 67 12 32 159 95 229 a 97 26bG
Ohio 99 9 g
Okla. 1 I
Oreg. 196 1 5 2 99 793 300 136
Pa. 1 172 125 1 71
s.C. 33 5 63 2 206 -1097 22 25 126 538 252D
Tonn. 6 1 240 275
Teas 627 23 17 -1832 3 973 375
Utah 116- 23 139
Vt. 51 51
a. 592 150 3 29 89 1705 92 5 3 178 2926
Wash. 2913 18 5 13 128 2 106 128 37
W.Va. 1 -


Imports
Argentina 36 30 -
Baham Islands -
Belium 3
Bermuda -
Canada 3 -
Chile =7 50
Cuba 219 -
Estonia -
Rolland 15 -
Italy 115
Mexico -
New Zealand6 -
Puerto Rico- -
Spain 43 -
lrein Islands -


- 1

-- -


- 95 6


7


- 50 -
- 16 -


1 -


209 -
1 5 -
- 1 ld.u 6
55 -

- 15 -
15

3 7 1
- 1 -


Total 5~E7 3999 5857 3790 6219 87A7 2814 6790 4602 17889 3'?3 3384 119; Bt47 1078 ,91 1353 5926 2140 103858
Lcl express
receipts i 10 1 26 2 35 53 171
Ll freight
receipts 1 10 3 14
Truck
receipte41i2 2366 1051 1224 2 352 2003 2337 3 73 396 554 4922 1298 2110 1 2491 53 25478
TOTALS BY MONTHS -
193* 1933 1932
__Jan. Mar. Apr. My June July Ag. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples T-2h55-3 493 358 .12 254 92 145 6 611080 700 624 5567 6511 977'
Cabbage 605 573 587 509 583 213 1 22 89 161 201 155 3999 3938 4123
Cantaloupe i/ 26 128 157 283 982 1566 1297 420 671 272 47 1 5857 5931 7431
Celery 454 09 445 1462 372 12s 40 38 206 311 392 533 3790 3631 3933
Orapefruot 701 584 736 753 737 157 107 120 295 677 692 690 6249 6334 4942
Grapes 78 1 106 263 106 10 328 708 1030 3198 2307 601 8767 7851 12952
Lemon 179 14' 189 199 252 109 421 28g 162 191 1S9 195 2s1 27586 2856
Lettuce ?/ 613 505 600 714 665 28A 710 629 422 540 514 56 6790 7502 1009
Onlons 373 347 127 411 1210 515 182 78 208 288 305 235 4602 5514 6032
oranges 3/ 1931 1676 1973 1912 1839 1116 1107 996 909 1125 1759 1543 17889 18087 16740
Peaches 1 3 2 1 7 519 129 1r 2147 21 3423 3037 223
Pears 163 109 98 127 78 74 552 609 598 4no 251 245 3351 3292 4635
Pluama 5 1 61 301 16 689 271 9 1192 L391 1761
Porates 1657 lt01 212b 2169 2b74 267 11l7 17 232 707 1386 135t 18647 10'45 1295
1tr,.be1 lresl 2 bl2q 107 14b9 14415
5e 2t 11d 17i 2b 37 5 3

Wate..ec0 a 1 2 16 57 921 600 46 21fg 2 27
Total .- 297 77?5 8b 90b? 1lb? 101M57 ~ 5T6711 5917 9529 9b% 79%, 10855 107449 115741
1I Include s asabsn, Bhr.ey Balls, Boney Dees Persian Melons and Mixed Melane of tne:e clless
7- Includes romaine. / Inclu.les Satsir;a. A/ Includes fresb prunes.


Released March l, 1915.


ew YTork, W.T., 1934.


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K! THD STATES DPARMIT OF AGRICULTOU
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.


OOADS OF CURAIN 1 IT AND TV WLABLS II ORIDOLK, TA.. WRING 1934
Car Lots Including Boat receipts reduced to car-lot equivalent


State Aple. Cab. Cast. Cel. Grof.Gree L l


- 12 -
- 26 25 35 35 111 53 2 -
- 1 4 51
- 35 36 35 1 110 19 -
- 1 -
- 3 -



- -- -3 -

3 -5 5 -
-1254 -
14 -
~- 22 -
10 -
-15 -
S -2 15 -
3 19 39
-
-.22-- -
3 -2 5 -

3 -- 5 -

-1 23 -

53 15 1 -
32 4 2 2 -
19 -- -
- 1 -


- 12
- 5 296
- 56
- 2 14 9 261
- 13 14
- 5
- 3
- 1 6
- -1254
- 14
- 22
- 10
- 17 17
- 15
- 143
- 10
- 22
....-10
- 10
- 7
--- 9 17
- 2 2
- 11 45
2
- 69
- *40
- -19
- 1


Imports
Puerto 1co 2 2
Total 117 8s 26 I 7 3i 129 155 161 1 17 1408 2 31 2374


TOTALS BT MOHMS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Ar. Mar June July Anu. Sept, Oct, Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 5 2 5 6 2 2 2 4 22 54 8 5 117 83 135
Cabbage b 24 18 5 3 6 7 2 6 6 83 88 112
Cantaloups 4 12 5 1 3 1 26 8 24
Celery 8 5 9 9 6 2 5 2 11 5 9 14 85 75 76
rapefruit 3 4 5 9 7 1 3 5 37 54 48
Grapes 1 1 4 6 7 14 2 35 35 44
Lemons 3 4 6 7 5 4 1 2 3 35 37 24
Lettuce / 9 7 10 11 13 12 14 12 11 10 9 11 129 114 116
Obiona 12 10 13 12 16 9 1 14 22 15 17 14 155 138 99
Oranges Y 25 17 16 23 18 18 9 8 15 6 3 5 163 187 185
Peaches -- 14
Pears --- 1 2 9 5 17 14 21
Plm -
Potatoes 357 257 228 56 62 31 5 17 73 286 36 1408 809 376
Strawberries -
Sweetpotatoe -
Tangerines 1 1 2 1 3
Tomatoes 4 1 3 5 4 23 1 2 5 2 50 51 41
Watermelons 20 11 31 27 61
Total 430 328 310 140 13 137 59 '9 19 180 366 9S 2374 1721 1379

]/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dew, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
I/ Includes romine.
J/ Includes Sateumas.
/ Includes fresh prunes.
haese figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released February 26, 1935.


Norfolk, Va., 1934.


- 39 -


Norfolk, Va,
1934


Aris.
Calif.
Colo.
Fla.
Ba.
Idaho
Ind.
La.
Me.

Mich.
Minn.
Miss.
N.J.
i.T.
N.Dak.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
8.C.
Toem.
Tann.
Texas
Utah
Va.
Wash.
W.Ta.
Wyo.







NITID STATsS IPABfY OFT AORICULTUB
Bureau of Agricultural Bconomics
Washington, D.C.


Oklahoma City, Oka.
1934


UrLOADS OF CERTkIN FUITS AID TI L BLS II OKLAOMA CITY, OLN.. WRIXB 193'
Car Lots


State Apl-. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grof.Gros. Lem. Lett. One. Orga.Pch.Pears Plume Pots.8tby.Swpot.Tsaa.oLaB.ael.wotal


76 100


43 -
240 1
3 8

17 50
--


6 -
293 15
2
29
1


6 31
- 70
- 5
1 703


Ariz.
Calif.
Colo.
Fla.
Idaho
Ill.
Iowa
Kans.
La.
Minn.
Mo.
Month.
Nebr.
N.Uex.
N.Daek.
Okla.
Oreg.
S.Dak.
Tenn.
Texas
Utah
Wash,
Wis.

Imports


- 55
2
1 31











1


2
- 10
- 18
-12


- 59
- 926
- 94
- 113
- 933
1
3
1
45
66
1
3
62
5
16
8
79
2
4
11 113
- 40
- 243
- 113
41


exi co -- 20 2
Total 86 171 9 137 78 76 100 U12 853 32 23 5 15 1057 20 24 1 151 11 2991


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloups e/
Celery
Grapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce 2/
Onions
Oranges :/
Peaches
Pears
Plums e
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar, Apr.
69 32 36 20
6 15 6 1
1
15 15 17 10
10 10 12 10
2 -
4 6 8 6
30 24 34 35
4 4 3
28 30 36 35

1 1 -

125 96 98 61
5 15


6 9 12 16

100 242 264 211


- TOTALS BT MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
May June July Arg. Sept. Oct. NBorv ec. Total Total Total
5 2 4 6 36 90 75 51 386 396 352
S 1 5 4 23 8 46 16 171 77 130
5 2 1 9 14
5 5 7 6 11 11 21 14 137 114 116
8 4 6 1 3 7 4 3 78 70 101
2 4 15 18 21 12 2 76 68 43
16 15 18 16 3 3 5 100 71 68
24 28 28 30 20 15 20 24 312 252 222
1 4 3 24 17 17 6 83 45 82
23 36 20 29 18 19 24 34 332 258 266
1 8 13 1 23 21 21
1 1 1 5 10 12
3 3 8 1 15 8 5
82 22 32 94 125 115 110 94 1057 832 725
20 23 9
4 13 3 1 3 24 1
1 1 2
6 9 9 29 26 15 11 3 151 60 79
10 1 11 29 62
175 140 149 260 521 125 W44 256 2991 237 2110


J/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melone of these classes.
SIncludes ronaine.
SIncludes Satemas.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Oklahoma City. Ola., 1934.


-i
9 78

- 13


- 1 -
- 8 15 22
- 47 -
- -3 -
62 -

-1- -6- -
16
-1 6--
1 2 2 11 -
2
- 2 -
- 2
- 4 4 36 5 -
- 13 9-
8 4 5 3 8 6 -

41 -


4 1
2 7

160 1
1 -
3


19
1


5 -


19 -


S26
-9 -




195 -
113


4 4


- 2
- 44




- 2


Released February 21, 1935.







UNITED STATES DIPAR2eNT OF AGRICULTUEE
Bureau of Agricultural Iconomics
Washington, D.C.


UNLOADS OF CElrALN FRUITS AND VIETABLES IN OUMHA, NEB,,. DUBINO 1934
Car Lots


e tatS kple CMb Cant Cg) prpf grDS p


Omana, Neor.
1934


Po tg~S tbv. Sno t _Tnn,,Yamu~e ml To tal


- 2 -
- 14 s1 1 31 9 -
- 2 53 10 72
3 2 64 89 32 112 112 243 25 389 43 24 5 19 -
16 7 2 5 7 5 79 9 60 -
- 17 49 36 -

9) 2 18 59 7 4 10 331 -
1 3 -
- 2 2 -
9 37 -
- 4 1 1 24 41
5 2 -
- 29 7 132
- 1 4 -
5 1 20 31

2 354 -
1 -


Ala.
Ari z.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Fla.
Ga.
Idaho
Ill.
Iowa
Kans.
La.
Mich.
Minn.
Miss.
Mo.
Mont.
Nebr.
N.Mex.
N.Y.
I.T.
1.Dak.
Okla.
Oreg.
Tenn.
Texas
Utah
Va.
Wash.
Wis.
1yo.


- -i
2 11

- 18
- 25

22 18
- -


- 147
- 3 93
- 3 25 17

1 85
- 7 1 41

- 21 10 11 35
- 123
- 23


- 3 22
- 74 10
- 2 -
5 29 1
- 13



- 2 -
- 1


- 2 -


7
- 20





- -2
- 2 -
- 9 -
- 55 113
- 14 -

- 14 -


Mexico -- -
Total 102 o00 qg 147 1i 112 112 323 16q 4q 228 61 51 160 197 84 5 196 182 4772


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloupe 1/
Celery
Grapefrut
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce 2/
Onions
Orange. /
Peacnes
Pears
Plums &/
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar AMr..
33 13 22 17
20 5 14 16
1
18 6 17 12
17 17 19 13

6 4 6 6
29 23 27 30
8 4 6 9
40 38 49 49


104 51 132 133
2 22
9 3 3 7
3 1 -
3 6 8 11

290 170 306 326


- TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
7 2 5 Z1 58 121 67 45 402 233 328
18 19 11 17 45 72 42 21 300 127 138
22 34 24 8 1 90 74 117
7 6 8 6 10 9 20 28 147 110 129
13 7 6 5 8 11 19 18 153 145 177
13 17 23 37 19 3 112 135 113
15 22 24 11 2 5 7 5 113 92 100
34 27 28 28 22 23 23 29 323 287 284
9 12 15 17 36 30 15 8 169 117 108
40 32 37 28 27 20 42 37 439 409 435
4 50 161 13 228 146 180
9 37 14 1 61 65
1 4 40 6 51 79
114 183 150 144 170 157 129 93 1560 942 902
112 20 1 157 107 109
1 10 18 8 12 13 84 38 56
1 5 4 3
20 41 45 21 19 14 4 4 196 106 112
2 55 9 0 182 146 206
415 468 921 592 472 508 q9q 105 4772 I310 6141


/Includes Canabas, money Balls, Honey Dew, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
SIncludes romaine.
SIncludes Satammn.
Includes fresh prunes.


Released Tebruary 7, 1935.


Omaha, Nebr., 1934.


-41-


- -i
- 23

5 -
- 1

3 10
m -


1 -


10 11
4
50
3
6
155 4
1 163


4
73
165
1250
192
137
27
624
5
4
47
137
13
168
27
77
3
356
1
1
147
107
104
14
383
82
15
293
288
23


Stt A-l Ca Can Ca 1%n ,sI otOs rePh er l
PosSbmqo agTm ml T a


19







UNITE) SATIS DWARMP 07 ADRICUUr
Surmea of Aprtaltural Soononice
fambhiaton. D.C.

D.oAM 0.1 O JAXI I IT$ Ai TWI BIB S IN PIU.A, ILL.. DMIN 1914
bar Zato


tt hAcl. Cab. Pant. Cel. Oryf.OrpD. Ism. Lett. OaM. Orrr.aPhaar Pot-.S b-T.Bet. a -M.aM aa.tMa
Ar. 9 23 -
Ak. 11 13 5
OCalif. 21 15 -121 35 139 5 258 2 2 1 59
Colo. 1 3 -
rli. 11 33 25 3 3 3
. -- 3 1 53
Idaho 21 1 1253 290
Ill. 46 1 2 1 -
In. 2 -
Iowa 1 -
lana. --4 4
. 4
&a. 6 1 1 52 11 3 1 75
ML. 10 11
Mih. 12 1 0 1 -
Mlin. -147 147
Ki... 4 -- 3 5 15
0o. 5 2 1 5 3
N.J. 15 15
l.Mez. 1 -
W.T. 14 : : : : : : : -
N.C. 37 39
.Dk. -- -106 106
Ohio -
0kla. -

Pa. 3 .. 1
Tenn. 1 2 4 10
Tezas 9 13 6 17 39 L
Utah 2 3 5
Va. -108 7 115
Wash. 16 1 1 7 3 28
Wi. 76 1 -228 -
. 1 1
Total 109 106 T2 26 46 121 35 167 66 283 51 32 131 1142 24 26 9 21N 9

TOTALS BT ICES -
1934 1933 1932
Jaen. Teb. Mar. Ar. May June July Alg. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
pplees 9 1 1 30 5 5 6 109 1 142
Cabbage 7 3 4 5 10 3 2 7 16 21 16 12 106 sh 70
Cantaloup 4 16 1 1 2 2 15 23
Celery 2 4 4 2 2 12 26 14 21
Orapefrait 7 6 6 6 1 1 5 9 5 46 61 69
grapes 5 32 73 10 1 121 92 43
Laeon. 2 2 2 2 6 9 5 1 2 35 4
Lettuce 17 21 1 13 8 15 12 16 13 20 167 12k 1
Onions 3 2 3 3 7 7 3 66 9
Oranges 3 3 26 19 19 3 22 16 1 27 283 327 294
Peaches -- 51 29 17
Pear 2 30 32 9 7
Plwan 13 13 9 7
Potatoes 98 79 127 95 92 135 10 77 92 110 71 46 1142 955 827
Stramberries 7 16 1 21 28 21
Sweetpotatoes 3 3 4 -- 5 2 5 1 3 26 30 18
Tangerine 1 1 1 3 6
Tomatoes 1 7 1 9 16
Waternmlona 7- 17 37 14 6 57 49
Total 10 151 202 71 171 210 29 1 226 1S 10 116 EM 2122 18O
ZIncludea Osaabas. Boney Balls. Boney Dewn, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
SIncludee ateama.
Includes fresh prunes.
Ihese figures were compiled from reports fa nimsh by comon carrier.


ahleased lbruary 27, 1935-


Peotr. Ill, 193*1








DWITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.


n-ilacelpnia. Pa,
19


UNLOAS O CERTAIN JWITS AND VEGETABLES IN PHILADELPKIA. PA., DUlING 1934
Car Lote including Boat receipts reduced to Car-lit equivalents but exclusive
of 1.c.l. express and freight receipts


tate Aple. Cab. Cant Cel. Grpf.Grp. Lem. Lett. One. Orge.Pcn.Peare Plums Pote.Stbye.Swot.Tan~.Tomc.Wmel Total


- 10 1 -
- 200 354 -
- -1- _
2 1039 222 16 1699 979 2228 39 2255 21
- 89 3 37 13


- 76 1324 -
14 -


-7 -
7 3652 -
- 589


- 1
1 -



- 1
- 140



56
- 2
-


- 27


- 1 41
- 107



- b9
- 239
- -- -3-




- 100 11 917


- 2 78
- 21 -
- -- 5-






5 -


- 10'


Del. 11 -
Fla. 511
Ga. 30
Idaho 1
Ind. -
Ia. 33
Me. 10 -
M. 37 -
MaeM. 22 -
Kich. -
NI c. 78
N.H. 31 -
N.J. 7 -
I.Mei. -
r.T. 172 964
B.C. 21
.ek. -
Ohio -
Oreg. 7 1
Pa. 368 12
1.C. 221
Tun. 4
Teae 451
Utah -
va. 337 17
Wash. 627 3
W.Va. 79 -
Imports
Argentina -
Canada -
Chile -
Cuba -
Mexico -
Puerto Rico -
Sin -


6


5
7 -
-513
6 -



-
15 -

12
11
1




17

S-
8-


- 2 -


5 -

2A -
2 C- -


Total 1711 2452 1418 151b 1374 1829 97q 2?b2 1'97 -),?0 924


- 10


Ala.
Aris.
Ark.
Calif.
Cole.


333 176 -
2b

1306 1'
67
23 "41

b 1
2b5b
12

1
1



116b 1 117
706
b

83 52 2
40
444
-- -- -
3

35b
175 50

1-9
1~99





70 302 b439 29


Lcl express
receipts 22 5 1 4 32
lol freight
receipt 2 3 39

T.PALS BY MNTMS -
1934 1933 19 3
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Seat. Oct. Nyv. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 1bb 154 1"5 11b 98 57 17 18 17s 4P8 170 164 1711 208b 2145
Cabbage 340 288 34 271 313 47 -- 20 77 199 291 260 2452 2269 2217
Cantaloups / 3 6 28 2b7 471 350 43 158 80 11 1 114 1303 1802
Celery 171 140 208 204 lb3 33 4 4 77 183 180 149 1516 1427 1577
Grapefruit 198 16b b16 149 114 24 9 2 22 157 147 218 1374 1bbO 1310
Grapes 14 1 1 4 8b 101 223 707 500 132 1829 1972 2696
Lemons 57 47 bl 64 94 178 187 95 5 49 '9 53 979 860 795
Lettuce 2/ 240 194 274 264 302 201 307 24e 1?4 212 213 217 2862 2793 3155
Onions 200 180 202 195 232 170 35 77 142 178 207 179 1997 2048 1996
Oranzgee / 662 549 b59 Od 538 350 430 299 280 39o 553 58b 5909 5879 5104
Peaches 97 3bl 41 54 924 624 393
Pears 25 20 11 6 1 12 117 lb0 132 42 33 707 b42 87b
Pltu 2/ 14 71 73 103 34 1 302 258 319
Potatoes 530 '96 945 1084 122b 1198lS L0? 13-4 151 256 6439 7182 6078
strawberries 36 35 52 97 75 295 317 379
Sweetputatnes 1 1 1 8 1 2 1 27 87 75
Tangerines 179 b5 13 1 1 2 1 47 "37 340
Touetses 122 118 195 2bb 362 b42 124 100 142 94 2165 2222 2091
Wateruelons 3 283 532 200 1 1019 1373 1222
Total 29LI0 2455 3287 3"48 3802 38.s 3OuO I t< I-: 2?949 738 2*'89 34412 35439 34570
_/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Hone" Ders, P-rsisn kelcis and khied Melons of these classes.
Z/ Incl-' s ro.Sair.e.
j I.cl-U 3 tucnme,
.~ Ir.clues frech prunes.

Beieaced Ft runry =s. '1"5. Philadelpala, Pa.. 1934.


3 1 11
554
22 27
- 218 9227
168
3 14
42 8 487 1143 252 9640
- 9 308 1017
S 947
-107
13 35 192
- 2666
2 4 55
- 91
247
1 352 432
--- 31
16

S 5 3021
12 1 3 143 1034
- 6
- go
146
498
1 1 3 301 1063
1 101 109
269 2 1175
-- 12
3 3 9 755
- 988
S 79


S 199
19
19 24
6 14
24

915 27 487 2165 1019 "4412


- 2


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W


- -- -







IITED STATES BIPARMB T OF AORICOUTIW B
Burea of Agricultural rconomic.n
Washington. D.C.


Pittburth. Pa.
1934


IUDS 0 c e1 cAN rITS AI TIEMBILEs IN PITSBBURG. PA.. 120IO 19W
Car Lots but exclusive of 1.C.1. press and track receipts.


StAte Aol. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf.Gar. Lem. Lett. One. Orge.Peha.jars Plum Pots.8tbrs.AwDt..ta.to-m l. Ibtal


- 1 184 -
- 26 -
2 580 223
104 -
19 '49 -


- rj 1 4


Fla. 32
0G. 1 1
Ideho 1 -
Ill. 23 -
Ind. 1
Ky. -
La. 60
Me. 35 -
Md. 11 2
Mams. 29 -
Mich. 7 -
inn. -
Mine. 110
Mo.
Nebr. -
I.H. 4 -
N.J. 6 28
I.Mex. -
N.T. 543 194
I.C. 1
I.Ds -
Ohio 4 47
Okla. -
Oreg. 5 2
Pa. 67 14
B.C. 22
S.Itak. -
Tenn. 2 63
Teas 369
Utah -
Ta. 38 19
Wash. 398 10
.Ta. 115 2
Wis. -
Eyo. -
Imports
Argsentna -
Canada -
Chile -
Cuba -
exico -
Puarto Rieo -


- 13 -
5 246 -
- 6 -
6 1104 533 1b3 b9 1458 17 139
- 20 12 -


28 -


5 -


1

23 -



17







1 2
43 -
- 201
16 -



- 4
- -





3 -

1 -


- 1
I


- 2 -


1.-
-














47 -



1) -


Ala.
Aris.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Del.


-- ---


- 17 -. 17
1 -. ---------- -- 1
3-- -
) 3
- 11 6 17
1 ----- ---- -- 1
- 2 2


Total 1309 qqq 1102 qlO 146 1225 53i 1 13 1,0 21ll 601 02 101 4171 717 107 1O 121.8 R 20260
Lcl express
receipts 2 4
Truck
receipts 233 51 22 7 126 2 1 7 147 67 745
TOULBS BT WTHES
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Mar JunA July Ang. Sept, Oct. Nov. Dee. Total Total Total
Apples 147 157 166 121 129 80 64 33 77 166 78 91 139 1552 lb41
Cabbae 115 109 139 120 156 157 39 14 5 46 75 24 999 1 1166
Cantaloupe / 1 12 185 32 298 189 64 28 1 1102 10 1192
Celery 109 102 115 111 80 25 27 14 18 123 85 101 910 705 02
Orapefruit 53 56 50 6 45 3 5 2 15 64 62 64 465 535 507
rape. 1u 2 10 5 3 0 115 168 479 293 86 1225 1296 1366
Lemons 29 22 32 32 57 112 89 52 27 28 26 27 533 409 395
Lettuce / 129 119 159 ibl lb9 115 113 74 73 105 13D 136 1463 119 1210
Onions 76 83 92 9s 146 120 111 128 161 157 75 83 1330 1043 1033
Orange.rs 170 157 224 213 235 173 147 127 113 126 220 228 2133 1986 1976
Peache. 65 151 295 65 3 609 593 W59
Pears 5 3 1 64 87 69 56 9 4 302 259 436
Plusm 1 33 25 34 8 101 67 85
Potatoes 179 210 288 417 5b4 653 523 '48 315 273 150 151 4171 3685 3211
Strawberries 15 17 25 53 242 35 387 399 371
Sweetpota oee 125 97 100 70 23 11 25 52 108 143 133 151 1038 915 866
angerines 43 30 b 16 45 140 162 117
Tomatoes 39 58 104 124 165 108 230 27 11 20 32 1218 123 159
Watermelons 2 158 *47 189 9 805 76 6a
total 1248 1221 150r 1588 2204 2479 24M5 1880 1295 1508 1371 1221 260 1637 18716
/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls. Honey Dews, Perelan Melons and Mixed Melons of these clause.
2/ Includes romaine. J/ Includes Satmumam. a Includes fresh prunes.
Released february 14, 1935. Pittsburgh. Pa.. 1934.
-44-


- 5-r -
- 657 -
- 320
5 29 -
- 1 10 "
- 64 -
- I -
7 2 -


8 -






-- 6 -
82 -
341 21 15





11 -

11 301 3 82
- 82 -

15 40 4

1 1 14
- 2 44
- 65 -

- 19
- 324 1 -
-3 -- -
- 17 6 -
#2 1 44
- 1 -


- 215







- -
57 10
- 120
- 11
- 20
L 1
1 142



- 70
--



1 13
-
5

2




-- 5
567

254
455




-
21 -
- 35
- 78
- 1

- 36

- '499
19 -

- 18
- 2


13 29 1 29b
- 436b
55 7 1 95
3 5391
25
10 278 3 310
b61 4 140 W44 14* 2592
- 4 '44 818
S 179
- 3
1 -10 99
36 37
93 63 2 L6

12 6 37 g 19
- 111
- 416
- -
* 2 101 1 227
14 53 6
- 2
- -
S38 1006
- 43



- 8
- 106 216
- 3
- -. 4
- 209
- 39 49 256
- 1
77 2 104 268
- 2 340 15 1145
- 3
- 85 66*
- 528
11
18
2








UNITED STATUS DP ART1ME 07 AIBIOULTUR
Breau of Agricultural Iconomics
Washington, D.C.


UmLOADS 0o7 O EAI )WTS AI D TEarTBLES IT PORTLAID. M.., DING 193
Oar Lots


Portland. Me.
1934


state Anl. b. lsh. at. Oel. GrOf.Orp. Lea. Lett. One. Orge.Pchs.Peare Plume Pots.Stbya.Swpot.Tang.TWom.Wael.Total


15 3 15 -

25 16 6 34 18 55 5 190 3
6 3 5
12 -
- 17 37 -71 -
--- 12
2 -
3 -
3

3- a- -

75 -
38 -


16 22 -
5- 14
2 -

~- -

1 3 3-
1 2
S- 2


- 5
- -33
7 -
o 7 1 38

S 1 12 6 34
36 15 17

22 10
2


S 9 105
7 13 4 15 46
1 7 83
- ----38
11 16
10 1 15
---- 55
24 9 2--- 39
2
2 2
-11
10 2 1 8 25
7 10
S- 14 57
1
116 2 54 114
7
7
7
7


Cansa 2 2
Total 26 2 149 49 4 8 70 10 21 3 22 7 270 71 80 451


Apples
Oabbage
Oantaloups 1j
Oplary
Grapefruit
Orapes
Lemons
Lettuce 2
Onions
Oranges J
Peaches
Pears
Plum 4J
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watemelons
Total


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.
1 1
2 b 5

6 2 5 3
6 9 6

1 1 2 1
8 5 9 9
13 8 15 10
34 20 31 31



8 6 15 23
10
1 2 1 1

4 3 8 11

81 '8 97 111


- TOTALS BY 1ITHSS -
1934 1933 1932
a June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
-6 7 6 20 5 3 47 42 78
9 6 26 26 25
8 15 19 16 4 62 53 87
3 1 1 2 2 7 9 8 49 35 41
3 2 2 1 1 6 7 49 4 91
S 1 10 17 9 2 43 61
2 4 3 1 18 15 17
11 5 3 1 5 6 4 70 7 83
24 7 13 25 2 2 s 15 190 202 225
20 19 21 20 14 11 22 18 261 308 347
9 21 30 1 43
1 7 9 4 1 22 16 23
3 7 4
24 58 94 24 5 1 12 270 247 195
53 24 87 96 110
2 1 1 6 24 26 4 2 71 80 88

12 15 4 0so 70 91
2 17 2 45 78 46
171 19; 214 147 qq99 11 70 71 1427 1474 1662


Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Boney Deow, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
SIncludes Satgumas.
Included fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 6, 1935.


Portland. Me., 1934.


.45-


"21..
Aki.
Arti.

Osalf.
Oolo.
Del.
71a.
G .
Idaho
Ind.
KY.
La.
Me.
Md.
Mass.
Mich.
Miss.



Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
.0.
Tenn.

Utah
Tn.
Wash.
I.Ta.
Imports


S5




3
2




1
7 -





9



10


- 8


7 -
7 -


""' ~"' '-~ '--~ ---~ -1-~--';














RITED STATES PWAROTMT OF ABRICMULTUB
Bureau of Agricultural Xconomics
Washington, D.C.

LOADS OF CREBiAI FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN PORTLAND. OBE., DURING 1934
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to car-lot equivalents but
exclusive of 1.c.1, express receipts.


Portlaan. Ora.
1934


State Alpa. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf.Grps. Lem. Lett. One. Orge.Pshe.Peare Plum. Po t.Stbyr. wpot. taT oam.s-aI-. STtal
Ariz. 13 44 3 90
Calif. 27 107 89 145 253 131 307 47 833 35 7 67 2 146 115 190 2581
la. 1 47 8 1 20 77
Idaho 2 2
La. -
Oreg. 355 2 2 36 7 94 142 680
Texas 1 5 1 7
Wash. 130 8 4 59 50 107 191 1 8 55
Imports
Hawaii 5 5
Mexico -- -31-31
Total 485 27 10) 90 237 293 131 348 142 833 92 208 418 52 1'4 1 168 210 4019
Lcl express
receipts 1 1

TOTALS BT O1NTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 4 153 287 40 1 485 162 404
Cabbage 3 10 6 1 6 1 27 104 74
Cantaloupe/ -- 23 60 35 9 2 1 130 173 15
Celery 15 18 24 12 14 2 5 90 106 92
Grapefruit 37 24 35 23 18 9 7 7 9 22 24 2 237 167 214
Grapes 14 17 94 108 18 2 253 223 250
Lemons 10 7 10 16 13 12 8 14 16 9 7 9 131 124 118
Lettuce 2/ 56 57 67 79 14 2 7 20 46 348 374 375
Onione 24 11 220 28 16 13 7 9 9 3 142 106 160
Oranges 3 82 84 142 135 65 40 25 34 35 39 63 89 833 42 671
Peaches 33 53 5 1 92 126 105
Pears 33 114 50 11 208 176 207
Pls 1 4
Potatee 42 31 15 17 50 17 6 41 70 61 49 19 418 864 81
Strawberries 60 22 2 101 92
Sweetpotatoes 12 8 9 5 2 9 24 27 32 26 154 140 19
tangerines 1 1 1 4
Tomatoes 5 5 15 22 19 46 42 4 6 1 168 117 158
Watermelons 8 66 106 49 11 210 191 239
Total 28) 245 320 81 278 281 ]31 3 476 r86 270 22 4039 098 4327

L/ Includes Casabas, Honey Ball., Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melone of these classes.
SIncludes romine.
SIncludes Satsmas.
/ Includes fresh prunes.


Released February 5, 1935.


Portland, Oreg., 1934.


-46-


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_I __








UNITED STATE IEPAWMD T OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.


LOADS OF CIlTLN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN PROTIDENCE. R.I.. DURING 1934
Car Lote


Providence. R.I.
1934


State ggle, Cab, Cant Cel Grpf Grpa
(as Lett One Orge Peh l


- 30 -

- 58 49 192

1 :
- 26 52 116 -


- -





- 13 -
3 1-- -

- 13 -





3 28 13 5
- 2 4 -


is 1
- 14 6 -

- 69 1 -
3 13 -
3 13 -
5- -


i -

308 -
4

432 -
106
l-b











34


4
9



9


- 22
6 23 -
- 1 10
- 5 13 5

- 1 5 -
- IS -
30 -
103 -
7 2

- 7 -
- 14 -
3 -

- 16 18 2

b 4 -

5 2 -
- 3 -


- 65 7 46
3 3 -


Canada 4
Total 76 182 117 114 lib 198 54 317 222 740 1bb 58 31 1174 132 b5 39 25 199 422


- TOTALS BY MONTHS -


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloupe /
Celery
Grapefruit
Grape@
Lemons
Lettuce /
Onions
Oranges J/
Peaches
Pears
Plums .5
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
watermelons
Taf tl


Jan. Feb. Mar. Ar. May June July Aug. S
1 1 1 4
28 17 2b 29 38 18 -
1 23 40 35 9
21 10 15 12 9 2 3 -
17 13 15 12 6 2 -
S 7 21
$ 2 6 5 6 6 7 6
25 19 22 36 39 9 33 42
21 12 18 29 40 13 11 5
91 80 108 78 66 35 31 30
-- 17 68 81
1 19 19
1 9 12 8
141 95 148 145 189 134 47
1 4 6 21 91 9 -
2 3 3 1 4 13
13 2 -
4 1 9 25 37 83 37 -
1 bl 76 57
bQ 2?Q 377 Qn 'r i 3I q Q1l .uR


1934 1933 1932
ept. Oct. Nov. Dec Total Total Total
4 28 18 19 76 56 184
3 4 19 182 232 202
7 2 117 139 203
2 16 24 114 129 151
14 20 17 116 127 91
37 97 28 8 198 262 446
2 4 4 1 54 52 45
21 25 26 18 317 277 290
b1 25 16 16 222 252 220
31 36 82 72 740 629 546
-- 166 144 106
11 5 2 1 58 37 76
1 31. 23 38
29 123 70 53 1174 1099 1187
132 181 181
9 18 10 2 6A 97 137
8 16 39 24 18
3 11 7 8 225 253 292
199 192 151
174 lQ0 311 274 LIe2 42fl0 Liihra


y/ Includes Camabae, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes roafne.
Includes 8ateumas.
Includes fresh prones.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers


Released February 12, 1935.


Providence, B.I., 1934.


- 47 -


Aris.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Del.
Fla.
Ga.
Idaho
Ind.
KY.
La.
We.

Mass.
Mich.

Mo.

1.I.
3.0.
Ohio

Pa.
S.C.
Teom.
Texzas
Utah
Va.
ashort
W.Va.
Imports


, ,


9
74
24
1015


3
16

816
157
12
3
18
36
1034
31
11
57
59
7
10
130
103
2
11
43
123
20
178
5
149
20
13


Total


.. .... ... ... ... ... -AQI 2ur-







uITED SBTMS8 I BWAR 0 AGRICULTUS
Bureau of Agricultural Iconotecs
Washington. D.C.


Bictend. Ta.
1934


ULOgaI oF Cr TAI FITS AND TNTa LS IN RIC Mc2D TA.. DnGOI 19W3
Car Late including Boat receipts reduced to ear-lot equivalents


State Auol. Cab. Cant, Cel. Grof.Grpe. Lam. Lett. One. Ores.PchB.Pears PlumI Pote.ltbry.lSwot.m.a.IOuMs.teael.Total


- 18 -


6

30

























~4


0 -
- 2 -1
9 25 -
- 2 -
- 910


- 4 -
1713



- -7 -









- 18 -
q 2 q -



22





2 1 -- 1 0


- 19
- 12 61

- 6 45 11 570
---9 11
13
----1)
- 1

- 171
- 2

----34
- 23
- 25 25
- 1

- 334
- 6







- 23
- 7
- 6
----23)
---'123


- 17

- 07 R- 12a


TOTALS BT MONTS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total total
Apples 1 1 1 38 121 3 4 169 145 1
Cabbage 13 32 3 13 1 7 6 6 15 6 19 152 131 96
Cantaloupe / 1 1 1 1 2 6 9 30
Celery 15 9 11 6 7 3 4 2 11 14 17 11 110 111 128
Grapefruit 6 7 12 6 2 6 13 12 64 82 108
Grapes 3 11 15 15 3 47 52 67
Lemons 3 4 4 5 8 9 14 8 4 4 4 5 72 76 66
Lettuce 2/ 12 11 14 18 17 18 14 12 11 13 13 14 167 1'4 171
Onions 19 6 7 7 12 4 2 14 14 19 13 11 18 134 116
Oranges / 51 44 46 47 23 13 11 7 13 21 47 46 369 342 301
Peache -- 2 2 1 9
Pears 2 10 3 15 a
Plum 2
Potatoes 54 81 98 54 57 13 10 24 40 51 40 522 547 562
Strawberries 1 2
Sweetpotatoe 12 10
Tangerine 1 1 2 2 6 19 20
Tomatoes 5 2 10 10 21 3 6 6 5 97 119 153
Watermelons 13 10 1 24 26 66
Total 179 198 236 lbb 149 107 73 58 143 279 190 172 1990 197b 2204

/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
SIncludes romaine.
SIncludes Satsunas.
/ Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 5, 1935.


BicaonS, Va., 1934.


- 48 -


- 45 72

64 -













2 -











64i i7 72"


Ariz.
Calif.
Colo.
Fla.
Ga.
Idaho
Ind.
Ia.
Mo.
Nd.
Mass.
Miah.
NMinn.
Miss.
No.
1.J.

N.C.
Z.Dak.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
B.C.
Texas
Va.
Wash.
TVa,
LnI.1


1 -
2 35
3 -
- 45













- 0
-- Ho


65





2





1
51




1 -
7
19
142 9
7
17 -
-Q f-
--


134 1



3-
1
4


7
1
1




7
50



-1
1



15 -

167 125


--







UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economice
Washington, D.C.


UNLOADm or CERTAIN FRUITS AND VTEGTABLBS IN ROCHESTZR. N.T.. IMING 1914
Car Lots


Rochester, N.T.
1934


State APiA. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf.Orps. Lem. Lett. OnQ. Orgas.ch.Pears Plums Po t.ltbys.8wot.as.nl.To m.imel.Total


--


Artis.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Del.
la.
Os.
Idaho
Ill.
lad.
KY.
la.
Me.
Md.
Mas..
Mich.
Miss.
Mo.
I.J.
M,Hez.
]. C.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
S.C.
eram.

Ta.
Wash.
W.Ta.
Imports
Cuba
Italy
Mexico
Unknown
!fatal


- 3 -


- 1 1
7 117 120 s9 147 164 102 314 107 601 11S 17 5 380 110 103 VS 114 186 238b


TOTALS BT MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. feb r Ma pr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct, jor. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 3 2 1 7 11 2
Cabbage 6 17 22 25 25 22 117 70 83
Cataloups L/ 4 26 45 38 6 1 120 111 169
Celery 3 17 23 22 19 5 89 94 107
Grapefruit 20 1 1 19 24 6 3 3 21 15 17 147 178 145
Grape 4 20 30 80 25 5 164 158 255
lemoa 7 5 7 6 12 14 16 to 5 8 5 7 102 96 93
Lettuce 29 25 32 38 38 29 18 17 18 19 23 28 314 269 293
Oni on 6 1 4 16 24 29 17 3 4 1 1 1 107 83 125
Oranges 52 49 70 7b 42 3 39 36 31 45 51 72 601 645 611
Peaches 1 2b 85 6 118 76 64
Pears 9 17 14 19
Plu / 3 2 5 4 6
Potatoes 1 2 9 24 40 164 137 1 1 1 380 294 319
Strawberries 1 3 8 17 71 10 110 114 134
Sweetpotatoes 6 8 8 5 3 9 21 23 8 12 103 128 137
Tangerines 13 7 5 10 35 40 36
Tomatoes 5 b 10 22 19 27 12 3 3 7 114 106 123
atermelons 2 51 91 42 186 216 171
Total 149 159 212 279 124 48 417 238 119 203 138 160 2836 2707 2916


I/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Roney Dewe, Persian Melone and Mixed Melons of these classes.
/ Includes romaine.
./ Includes Satrmas.
r Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released February 18, 1935.


- 5 -


- 2 7 2 6 6 23
- 17 44 1 62
- 4 27 31
- 80 16 3 164 102 255 6 430 5 17 5 3 6 1092
S- 8 16
2 1 7 25 35
- 9 73 139 170 43 11 35 51 3 569
- 21 2 86 109
- -4 -3 -
- 3 3
- 11 1 12
- 6 17 23
- 2 2 3 30
- 3 3
- 7 3 10 2 23
- 3 3
- 3 3
-21 5 12 4
- -2 -
2 4 18 24
- 1 1
S- 26 25 1 1 71
- 3 9
-9
- 7 7
- 9 b9 26 139
- 16 6 30
-61 5 5 66 1 18 156
1 7 5 -217 43 213
1 15 16
3 -


~i~f ..f


f_ _


Rochester, N. T,, 1934.








MIoD SU I naHS OF 0or CULWm
uren of Ahrg ltunl Scoaooics
WasiMlton, D.0.


st. Lon,. Bo.
1934


IfLAM o0 CMEAI FIamIn AND VUSl A U L i. l0 OU. D.. aINS 19i3
Car Lots bat exclusive of truck receipts.


tae Ct L n
State AnIa. Cab Cmt Cal raf daan Lan Latt Oa. Bflekaln a--i- tEth ~atlsm UE.*ltlI


Aa. 33
Artis. 1
Ar. -
Calif. 1 2
Colo. 8 9
1la. 16
Ga. 8
Idaho 205 -
111. 27 17
Ind. -
low 9
Kans. 1 -
La. 142
Me.
Md. 5

Mich. 4as 14
Minn. 30
Mies. 53
Mo. 87 1
Month. -
Nebr. -
N.J. 6
I v. -
N.Mex. 6
N.Y. 90 30
B.C.
N.Dsk. -
Onhio 6
l0d1. -
Oreg. b 8
Pa. 20 -
Ten. 14
Texas 374
Utah -
Va. 52 93
Wash. 529 9
U.Ta. 63 -
Wis. 2 836
1yo. -
Importa
Argentina -
Chile -
Cuba -
Mexico -
Puerto Ric -
nFtal 117 1711


53 51 1 209 2 -
22 115
318 32o 25 378 531 1030 109 1290 12
28 5 118 32
-156 219 1 04 -
174
3 49 126 3
1 1
3 -
6 -25 -





67 187 3
1 4 2
30 --

-
67 I 17 3
74 -

0-
10 1 -
2 -
3 -
1 2 -
1 -
1 6 17 23 -


31 -
6 1
27 4 -


38 201 -172 -
3 29 -

15 48 31 1

-6- -


211

-- Ib
58 32 103
4 467
- 44

1 20 1522
1 20

- 23
- 8
296
-68
14

5 -567
368
27
37
I
S 61
274


2 9
35
124
1
121
4 17 23

3-
b 205
28
144
28 14 159

466
121


- a

13 43









13 51





1 6
6 2









3


2 11
5 27

1


2
2
1) -

- -


-- 74 6527 217 If 51 4r 95


?13 U3
317
31 21 40
44 4@66
3 725
43 169 36 105
. 301 3
1929
2

3
9


19
13
099
372
71 1 19
-547 691
3
661
280
3
7
17 195
-- 35
124
4 48
131
117
---20
13 Ii
-269 1 4 1359
14 74
290
-12 846
63
1310
21



7 20
13 1)
2
43 1 1012 1945%


Truck
recait 456 ----. ----- -- .-456

TOTALS BY MHTES -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Aor. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 156 72 128 74 39 20 5 21 16b 192 144 134 1157 1151 858
Cabbage 116 I~0 15) 14 14b 24 61 164 250 250 169 112 1711 1289 1307
Cantaloupe 3 14 207 125 19 26 15 479 5 573
Celery 88 61 sb 62 39 24 30 25 27 24 0 69 595 51 652
Grapefruit 72 bo 79 59 32 17 12 7 lb 45 66 6 511 541 55
Grapes 3 1 1 2 d 2b 66 67 129 6 34 397 391 505
-*Luaon 22 16 25 22 58 118 119 85 L 16 19 19 531 450 1
Lettuce / 138 114 157 146 106 116 112 116 105 110 119 121 14l 1305 1)3O
Onions 106 50 5b 2 100 50 64 8 116 126 110 57 995 913 879
Oranges 132 130 177 161 163 118 113 93 80 92 183 211 1653 1538 1656
Peaches 29 115 117 12 1 344 30 290
Pears 2 2 4 19 37 17 22 5 1 109 112 189
Plur / 1 19 12 34 17 83 D 155
potatoes 474 457 710 52 600 730 313 43 474 605 544 372 627 56W 4345
Strawberries 6 15 20 72 120 4 237 253 236
Sweespotatoes 28 21 26 17 4 5 25 13 4 8 14 165 82 81
Tangerines 15 12 2 4 10 43 51 46
Tomatoes 13 23 53 6d 93 310 32 32 23 23 23 14 701 604 595
Iatermelons 1 138 479 348 45 1 1012 1204 1041
total 1371 1153 b17 1397 15 88 19 lb6 1810 1M 1b656 1520 1214 18Bri 17000 ISTWl
L Includes Casaba. Boney BRlls, Honey Dews, Perlsan Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
2/ Includes romaine.
./ Included Sateumas.
21 Includes fresh prunes.


Released February 25. 1935.


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--


St. Lojtu, Mo., 1934.







UNITED STATES DIEPAR'1rr OF AGRJECULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.


St. Paul, Minn-
1931


UHLOADS OF CERTAIN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 1N ST. PAUL. mIWN.. DURING 194,
Car Lots


I/ V. 31
State Anis. Cab, Cant, Cel, Gror.G",P. Lem. Lett- One. Orge.Pchs.Pears Plums Pota.Stbys.Swpot.Tanq.TomoeWmel.Total
Ala. 1 1 2
Ari, 1 lo lo 33 1 b7
Ark. o 3 20 2 109 1 1 5 1 7
Calif. 1 2 0 73 3 13" 87 175 19 U53 69 47 17 12b 1 12 2 127b
Colo. 1 2 92 2 1 g9
Del. -- 3 -
ha. 18 53 -14 1 7 114
Ga. 2 3b 38
Idaho 2b 2 2 1 2 10 1 47
11. 8 5 62 75
Ind. 6 7
Ioa 1 11 12
eans. --.----- 1 1 1 3
La. 12 -- 3 1b 3 2 37
Micn. 2o 1 13 21 97
Minn. 24 2
Miss. 10 1 2 8 2 23
Mo. 11 41 24 76
Mont. 9 1 Sb 9b
N.J. -.. 10
N.MVex. -- 2 3
N.Y. lb -- -3 ) 19
N.Dak. 9 9
Ohio 1 -- 1
Okla. 2 11 15 28
Oreg. 5 12 2 17 1 5 2
Pa. 2 -- 2
S.C. --- 10 10
S.Dak. I- ---- --- 1 -- 1
Tenm. 14 3 19 36
Tes 53 4 45 15 18 49 34 218
Utah 1 8
Va. 10 17 27
Wash. 296 2 5 1 50 37 98 22 47 263 9 830
vs. 2 1 4 11 18
Imports
Mexico 14 14
Total 392 97 82 110 117 200 87 269 88 469 287 b0 S3 577 181 '; 8135 122 3518


TOTALS BT MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Tot-.l Total Total
Apples 27 29 26 13 12 6 7 9 49 78 86 50 392 349 2
Cabbage 7 12 15 17 23 19 3 1 97 57
Cantaloupe 12 29 27 14 82 3 81
Celery 15 15 16 9 14 7 7 14 13 110 141 153
Grapefrun t 21 14 24 14 6 2 9 14 13 117 126 178
Grapes 20 64 45 56 15 200 150 238
Lemons 1 5 5 b 18 12 15 13 2 3 3 4 87 64 55
Lettuce 1/ 19 11 21 26 36 21 29 36 13 15 18 20 265 228 215
OnIons l 1 2 14 5 10 13 18 21 3 88 16 54
Oranges 3 38 42 51 46 33 43 274 27 31 39 469 413 407
Peachee 62 196 28 1 287 90 187
Pears 19 46 64 31 160 86 107
Plums 10 11 56 6 83 49 51
Potatoe 25 22 10 67 105 81 20 54 43 20 21 9 577 338 213
Strawberries 13 124 35 9 181 118 113
Sweetpotatoes 7 5 3 2 10 B 14 9 58 44 67
Tangerines 2 2 4 8 8 11
Tomatoes 4 3 6 8 15 0 36 7 3 9 4 135 87 98
Watermelons 1 17 64 40 122 90 115
Total 167 1bO 178 221 428 315 482 595 107 272 228 165 3518 248b 2824

/ Includes Oaaba, Honey Balls, Honey Dew, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes,
SIncludes romaine,
/ Includes Satsumas.
SIncludes fresh prunes.
These figure to April 1 were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released february 28, 1935.


St. Paul, Minn., 1934.









W IiD SUM IlPAl O7 AGor IULWMS
Rursee of Agritultural heono ies
Washagiton, D.C.


mo;m e or CBann FRUIS AD TMN i iaUM a L IA C on cr.m, M uM J s 9
Oar Lots


i take City. Utah.
1934


V Z/ Y N/
State AIls. Cab. Cant. Cl1. Grpf.qrps. Le. Lett. One. Orge.Pahs.Pears Plas Pots.8tby.slr ot.Ay m af.n s. a4tli
Aris. 8 1 9
Calif. 1 17 28 3 20 24 49 125 8 316 5 17 23 15 33 138 5 2
Fa. 23 7 31
Idaho 6 9 19
La. 1s 11
Mich. 2- -
New. 1 11
Oreg 4 1- --
Ts 4 1 1 4 -0
Utah 1 2 2 6 -11
Wash. 15 7 36
Imports
Mexico --
ntsl 22 22 ? 46 12 26 b l '1 19 77 7 14 2a x N 11g qqu


TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. .eb. Mar. Apr. May June July A e. Sept. Oct. o. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 2 2 2 1 4 3 8 22 26 31
Cabbage 4 1 5 4 2 7 17
Cantaloups 10 16 20 b 46 64
Clry 2 -- 3 2 2
Grapeirait 6 3 5 7 2 2 3 1 2 10 4 7 52 24 46
Grapes 9 7 6 4 26 39 34
Lemons 2 2 2 2 1 2 14 7 4 3 5 5 49 14 19
Lettu 2 13 13 22 20 8 12 7 17 11 8 5 9 14 124 15
Onions 1 2 4 3 6 1 2 19 18 23
Oranges 30 35 44 4 26 17 17 13 19 13 22 33 317 258 165
Peaches 5 2 7 11 3
Pears 1 4
Pl y -
Potatoes 1 6 8 8 11 4 1 6 1 46 70 61
Strawberries 1 15 7 23 4 37
Sweetpotatoes b 1 2 3 6 10 5 33 4B 49
Tangerines -
Tomatoes 1 2 5 1 5 22 5 41 46 67
Watermelons 13 42 1 1 9 118
Total 65 66 96 11 91 120 197 60 47 6 69 99 73 896

Includes CaBabas, Honey Balls, Roney Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine,
/ Includes BatBsmas.
SIncludes fresh prunes.


Salt Lake City. Utah. 1934.


- --


I



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Released February 25, 1935.













UNITED STATES DIPARTiEW 07 AGRICULTURE
Burean of Agricultural EMonomice
Washington. D.C.


San Antonio. Texas.
193"


UNLOADS O TF CEIAIN IITS AND VTrETABLES IN SAN ANTONIO. TEXAS. DiRING 1934
Oar Lots


State Ap Oa. ab. ant. Cel. Grpf.Orps. Lem. Lett. One. Orgs.Pchb.Pears Plume Poet.Stbys.Swnot.Taz


Arts. -
Ark. -
Calif. 12
Colo. 2 2
Fla.
Ga. 1
Idaho 60
Ind. --
I.a.
La. -
Me. -
Minn. 1



T.Mez. 17 1
1. -.
V.Dek. -
Oreg. 3 -
2alza -
tah 1 -
Ta. 1
Wash. 180
WiS. 8
Wu. -
Imports
Mexico -
Total 275 lU


- 29


S 67

3

1










- 17


- 11
1 108 131 243 21 179 11
31 3
4 14 -

- 2 21 1
- 2 -


- 2 -

- 2 -




-.- 20 9 -
- 19 1

- 10 1


1 164
- 99


2 301

- 1
- 107
7

S 2


41
- UU
6 5
- 1
1

- 12
9
1


ig.Tong.Wmel.Total
- 30
- 11
- 52 997
- 137
- 7 58
- 1
- 388
- 2
107


2
2
18
1

34
2 4
3 25
1
207
17
1


- 010
1 5s 5 109 131 27 128 192 28 12 9 755 2 23 11 2160


TOTALS BT OMT!HS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 36 20 28 11 4 3 9 12 37 39 39 37 275 311 321
Oabbage 1 1 2 5 1 7 8
Cantaloupe 1 3 4
Celery 10 9 11 6 4 6 2 8 7 13 12 88 102 103
Grapefruit 3 1 1 5 25 4s
Grapes 4 12 15 36 26 16 109 99 113
Lemons 7 8 9 S 17 15 14 12 13 8 13 7 131 115 98
Lettuce 2/ 22 16 19 20 20 25 27 29 25 29 25 17 274 249 265
Onions 16 6 9 1 19 2 10 26 17 12 10 128 121 110
Oranges 3 14 11 18 19 26 13 9 19 22 12 11 18 192 280 310
Peachee 6 3 28 56 22
Pears 3 2 12 20 9
Plum 1 6 2 9 15 3
Potatoes 96 95 so 56 31 9 25 42 73 78 115 55 755 765 666
Strawberries 1 1 2 5 3
Sweetpotatoes 1 3 5 2 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 23 22 31
Tangerines -
Tomatoes 5 17 21 15 3 5 21 15 12 11 85 113
Watermelons 1
Total 206 183 198 15 109 97 119 195 269 236 246 17 2160 2280 2228


Includes Casabas. Honey Balls. Honey Dews. Persian Melons and Mized Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
SIncludes Satsumas.
Includes fresh prunes.
Those figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 6, 1935.


San Antonio, Texas, 1934.


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OUITZD SITES IXDARBWOT OF ABTICULTUR San Francisco. Calif.
Bureau of Agricultural Bconomice 1934
Washington, D.C.


UNLOADS OP CZHTII TA BITS AfD TV lABLS n BANB CI8A0C CATo CAL., i63 19q4
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to Car-lot equivalents but eolasive
of .o.1. express, freight and truck receipts.



State Apl.e Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf.Grps. Lem. Lett. One. Orge.Pchs.Peare Plumn Pots.8tby.SwOOtP agL".msW.lel. Total


Aris. 2 120 b -
Ark. -
Calif. 32 136 175 161 1383 41 2 453 562 128 379
Fla. 1 -
Idaho 2 -
iss. -
. 7 -
W.Mex. -
Oreg. 96 1 -160 14
Tenon. -- -
Utah 1 -
wash. 180 1 66 5 1
Imports
Cuba -
aai -
Mexico -
Total 308 1 138 177 281 1383 41 88 689 62 133 394
Lcl express
receipts 1 1 19 3
Lcl freight
receipts -
Truck
receipts 455 3S 879 951 117 339 199 1788 76 719 378 99


7 1735
- 3 -
2 37 -
25- -
32 -

- 1016 -

- 1 -
- 755


- 33
- -


4 22 264
- 8 -





- -




- 16 -


5
33
i6


9 3612 4 19i 264 s8

4 37 73



72 285 1 20q 11 Q9O 66 794q


TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan, Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Adn. Sept. Oct. Nov Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 27 18 22 17 10 8 5 5 35 76 45 40 308 469 659
Cabbage 1 1 3 13
Cantaloups 2 84 2 9 1 8 4 2 138 177 383
Celery 41 47 58 1 11 3 1 1 177 289 334
Grapefruit 31 26 35 30 26 11 7 20 22 31 281 2 330
Grapes 22 479 789 90 3 1383 1566 2359
Lemons 5 5 6 5 9 2 3 2 1 2 1 41 173 249
Lettuce 2/ 34 43 9 1 I 8 164 297
Onions 56 34 39 25 43 56 37 84 s8 89 70 68 689 697 539
Oranges 83 83 114 123 89 11 14 4 5 4 21 11 562 650 634
Peaches 8 61 62 2 33 447 413
Pears 2 2 1 2 247 105 32 1 2 394 114 260
Plums y 1 3 2 3 9 13 10
Potatoes 519 283 286 204 162 264 221 296 367 337 366 307 3612 3486 3810
Strawberries 10 6
Sweetpotatoes 1 2 1 16 13 1 34 63 26
Tangerines 2 1 1 4 3 12
Tomatoes 28 33 69 39 3 1 2 4 4 3 1 11 198 175 181
Watermelons 4 117 40 21 12 1 264 222
Total 829 977 6"9 466 41 546 656b 616 1042 114 6b 477 G86 CiOq 10J

j/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mised Melons of these olasses
/ Includes remain.
Includes Sateuae.
Includes fresh prnes.


Released February 11, 1935.


San franeiso Calif., 1934.


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OUITED STATES IEPARTIMT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Iconomics
Washington, D.C.

rUNIqA 0o CIEAIN EhITS AlB VWEABLES IN SEATLE. WASH.. DURING 19
Car Lots including Boat receipts reduced to car-lot equivalents but exclusive
of l.c.l. express receipts.


Seattle, Wash,
1934


State Aols. Cab. Cant. Cel. Or ftrpus. Lema Lett. One. Orge.Paohpeare Plume Pote.Stbys.Swpot.Tan.Tome.Wmel. Total
Ariz. 13 9 15 -- 77
Calif. 7 70 124 126 170 236 177 380 44 984 30 1 10 1 0 92 149 1 120 185 3046
1Fa. 3 54 20 1 41 119
La. 14 14
N.Mex. 3 3
Oreg. -114 3 8 133
eas 7 10
Utah 1
Bash. 199 2 7 103 bo 75 1 919 1 9 1'405
Imports
ait 6 6
Japan 58
Mexico 29 29
Total 206 80 137 129 27 236 177 402 26b 9Q4 90 76 11 1095 93 lbb 60 193 231 4901
Lei express
receipts 4 6 1 14

TOTALS BT MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 6 2 1 6 1 27 132 30 1 206 353 460
Cabbage 5 4 18 19 26 3 1 4 80 114 111
Cantaloupm 1 24 72 37 1 2 137 154 208
Celery 26 26 35 19 15 6 2 129 16 153
Grapefruit 38 32 3 29 23 17 9 7 10 29 23 22 273 214 260
Grapes 11 23 73 104 19 6 23 236 280
Lemons 15 13 18 11 18 23 7 13 13 18 12 16 177 155 165
Lettuce / 70 46 74 99 11 4 15 18 65 402 385 405
Onions 28 12 14 19 26 28 26 28 21 17 31 12 262 268 275
Oranges.3 155 79 158 76 95 63 31 65 51 51 53 107 984 1049 825
Peaches 1 23 65 1 90 83 183
Pear 1 1 1 8 42 24 76 104 92
Plun / 8 2 1 11 14 17
Potatoes 123 78 82 74 131 91 72 128 112 98 65 41 1095 1317 1667
Strawberries 2 57 34 93 133 112
Sweetpotatoes 12 15 10 4 3 5 24 20 41 32 166 155 171
tbagerines 1 59 60 46 65
omatoese 7 10 20 29 23 57 34 2 3 4 4 193 156 198
Watermelons 6 82 79 55 9 231 147 217
Total 48b 317 465b 48 46b 4Wi1 3 4~ 3 35 b98 300 371 4901 125O W58

/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dos, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
/ Includes romine.
SIncludes 8atumas.
/ Included s fresh prunes.


Released etbruai 12, 1935.


Seattle, Bash., 1934.


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UrTBD EATES MDaBUMW0 0ARIarOUmS
Barems of Agricultural loonomiso
Washington, D.0.


UDEODS 07 O 3ABTA! ITS AD TESARlA S IZ SH.IB POB Li.. DO~R3 19*
Oar Lote


SMrnort, a.
1934


State oapl. Oab. Oant. Cel. Grpf.Grps. Las. Lett. One. Orgs.Pohs.Pears Plums Pots.Rtbn. wot.fanar s.m.al. atal


Aris. -
Ark. 1 -
Calif. 3 -
Colo.
Fla.
Idaho
La. -
o. -

Nebr.
New.
e. -.
Ohio
Oreg. 4 -
Texas 2
Utah -
Ta. 19
Wash. 10 -
Wis. 13
Wyo --
Imports
Me ico -
Total 116 4


S 13 -

7 20 1 24 40 61 8
- 16
5
-


I- -
- -

- -
- -
- -
- -
- -


69 -
- 2
18

2 -


1

- 1
2
2
2

2 1


1 33
- 39

- 80


- 26

1

2
-
1


- 4
- 23


- 11 -

- a




- 11 -

- a a


- 2 2
7 21 10 24 40 76 42 89 2 1 221 5 17 70


- TOTALS BT MHTIS -


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloups 1/
Celery
Orapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce 2/
Onions
Oranges :/
Peaches
Pears
Plume k/
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Jan. Fob. Mar. Apr.
i8 11 6 7
1 1 -

1424


2 2 3 -
9 5 7 8
6 3 5 4
8 6 12 4



39 23 18 20



26

87 12 s6 EK


May June July g. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
2 1 2 6 14 1 16 1 19
4 8 9 5 5 1
5 2 -
2 1 4 4
5 1 1 1 2
1 1 6 5 5 5 1
5 7 5 5 3 2 3 3
8 6 5 4 4 6 7 7
2 3 5 6 4 4
8 9 5 6 8 4 7 12
1 1 -


10 4 7 14 30 24 21 11



2 3 5 3 1 1

48 32 34 56 i84 72 72 rA


1934 1933 1932
Total Total Total
116 115 133
34 22 23
7 2 2
21 23 24
10 23 31
24 22 37
40 34 34
76 101
42 39
89 108 126
2 3 9
S 3
221 234 256
3 5 5

4
17 20 39
1 2
701 7N 55


/Includes Oasabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
SIncludes Sateuman.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by oommon carrier.


Released Maroh 5, 1935.


Shreveport, La., 1934.


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T -







UBITID STATES DEPARTUMNT 07 AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.


MDnWADS OF CEJAIN fRUITS JAD VTGsTABLES IN SIOUx CITT, IOWA, DURING 193V
Car Lots


Sioux Citt, lora.
1934


State Aple. Cab. Cant. 0el. Grpf.Grpa. Lem. Lett. One. Orgs.Pche.Pears Plums Pots.Stbvs.Swpot.Tane.Tome.Wmel.Total


- 1 -


Ariz. -
Arik.
Oalif. 1
Colo. 2 5
fla. -
Idaho 10 2
Ill. -
Kane. 5 2
La. 5
Md. -
Mich. 1
MKan. 10
Miles. 8
Mo. 3 -
Nebr. -
X.J. 1
N.la. -
I.. -
N.Dak. -
Okla.



Texas 36
Utah -
Va. -
Wash. 109. 8
Wia. 64
Wyo. -
Imports
Mexico -
Total 227 156


1 -


- 46


7
20 8
5

3 113

21
11


66
S 66





88
2
2 58

39
59

19 93
- 3
3


-27 72 1 5916273 219 71 625 5 22
27 72 72 54 59 162 73 219 160 79 WI 625 89 3S 1 77 57 2286


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloup. 1/
Celery
Grapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce 2/
Onions
Oranges 3/
Peaches
Pears
Plume /
Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Tangerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons
Total


Feb. Mar. Anr.
6 18 7
8 12 9
1- -
11 11 4
9 7 7
42 62
13 16 15
1 5 6
18 28 29



6 33 40
6
2 3 1

1 4 7

79 139 13l


- TOTALS BT UMDITS -
1934 1933.1932
May June July AnT. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
2 _- 51 42 43 20 227 232 184
13 15 11 7 26 24 9 8 156 84 70
8 12 7 27 27 39
3 1 2 1 2 11 10 8 72 63 58
3 3 1 1 9 9 11 72 59 68
3 7 9 12 13 8 2 54 50 3
12 11 8 7 3 2 59 41 4
20 15 12 11 6 15 1 11 162 124 110
5 8 9 8 14 9 2 73 40 44
21 12 15 8 12 7 70 22 219 187 182
4 50 101 5 160 105 103
1 1 26 26 7 7 53 46
1 10 8 24 1 44 27 18
32 91 75 57 103 91 41 36 625 290 433
74 9 89 69 71
1 7 8 3 9 38 25 34

12 21 18 7 1 3 1 1 77 47 49
1 16 27 13 57 14 60
207 212 26A 28 267 2V9 16i 1W5 2286 1567 1666


I/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
SIncludes romaine.
Includes Sateumas.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.



Released larch 8, 1935. Sioux City, Iowa, 1934.


- 57 -


Ala.


.


140-


-~- --~ -- -- -:~











TRIUD 'ATIS IBMARTMSMT 01 AIBICULTM
Bureau of Agricultural Soonomlcs
Washington, D.0.


SDkae Tah.
1934


EDAg8 07 OC eTAI rHITS AND TGETA~AB S I MpouII WASL. WlDM 1914
Oar Lots


I/ ?1 31 V
State Aple. Cab. ant. 01. Grptf.Gr Lam. Lett. One. OrE .Pchs.Peare Plume Pots.Btbys.8wot. !so.Tf ,l. kotHa
ri. 2 -
Calif. 18 16 19 21 22 76 8 98 2 22 11 41 61 419
Fla. 1 -
La. 1
Oreg. 11 1 1 19
Wash. 63 7 14 13 32 1 1 12 213
Imports
Meidco 1 1
Total 6 25 16 36 21 22 92 2 98 2 12 2 11 76


TOTALS BT MHOHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Hov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 1 6 16 0o 63 57 41
Cabbage 9 13
Cantaloups 3 9 12 1 25 33 55
Celery 5 1 4 16 22 31
rapefrut 4 7 5 5 1 4 3 3 36 23 42
Grapes 5 4 11 1 21 36
Lemons 1 3 5 3 5 3 2 22 30
Lettuce 2 14 12 19 7 3 8 9 92 68 88
Oniona 4 4 7 2 5 3 2 2 2 1 32 14 51
Oranges 3/ 10 9 12 12 11 8 6 6 5 2 5 12 98 37 125
Peaches 7 27 34 2 96
Pears 3
Plm --2 --2 -2 2 1
Potatoes -2 6 13 15 16 12 12 7 8 94 88 171
Strawberries 10 1 1 12 26 22
Sweetpotatoes 3 1 7 11 12 8 42 47 51
Tangerine -
Tomatoes 2 2 4 3 11 24 37
atemelons 6 25 32 12 1 76 56 51
Total 39 S 6 51 65 86 72 39 56 79 40 676 5e5 974


SIncludes Oaeabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews, Persian Melons and Mixed Helons of these classes.
Includes romaine.
Includes Satsumas.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 6, 1935.


Spokane. Wash.. 1934.


-58 -







UNITED STATES DLEPARTIMT OF ABRICULTURE Sorlngfitld. aess
IDurau of Agricultural Economicc 1934
Washington, D.C.


UILOADS OF CERTAIN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES IN s5FIECIFLD MASS.. JRING 193.
Car Lots


State A~s, C. Cant Cnt l. Grpf-Grs. Lem. Lett. On Orge.Pchs.Papur Plum- Pot_.Stbys.Swoot.TanP.Toas.W=tl.Total
Ala. 9 -- -
Aris. 17 35 5
Ark. 1 13 1
Calif. 1 62 45 19b 23 197 9 2b1 21 7 77
Colo. 2 8
Del. I 3 3 7
a. 11 52 9 209 4 7 9 72 25 "77
Ga. 9 -
Idr.-h 2 3 -
La. -.----- 98 1 91

Me. 1 -430 431
Md. 4 -- 4 3 3 1 15
Mic. 1 1
Mi. 15 8 23
N.J. 1 1 2 4
N.Y. 10 20 23 2 1 5b
N.C. 44 3 51
Oreg. -- 2.. 1 3
Pa. lb 1 4 21
B.C. 4 4 24 54
enn. 12 1 30
Texas 38 1 2 75 142
Va. 2 6 8 -104 3 25 4 15
Wash. *- E 1
W.Va. 13 1
Imports
Mexico -
Total 11 101 83 120 89 199 23 190 47 470 b9 24 10 b14 70 28 9 182 98 2L47


TOTALS BY MONEHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July A. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 1 1 1 2 11 21 9 51 38 141
Cabbage 17 11 12 1 8 3 13 103 90 92
Cantaloups 1 36 26 4 2 1 B3 90 107
Celery 21 11 15 11 7 4 4 1 2 B 16 20 120 131 122
Grapefruit 13 8 17 9 7 1 7 14 13 59 53 &8
Grapes 3 1 52 100 29 1 199 222 2g8
Lemon 2 2 1 3 3 3 1 2 23 18 18
Lettuce 2/ 2 17 17 20 23 2 11 12 12 16 6 190 14 162
Onions 4 3 5 19 10 4 1 1 47 56 51
Oranges / 53 55 61 58 45 21 28 19 25 21 43 41 470 o 43 42i
Peaches 4 29 35 1 69 62 46
Pears 1 6 11 4 2 24 14 20
Plums 3 3 10 9 13
Potatoes 30 15 30 74 130 110 89 3 3 97 28 5 614 ls6 2 42
Strawberries 3 5 12 2 8 70 1 81
Sweetpotatoes 2 8 13 5 2 55 7
Tangerines 4 1 1 3 9
Tomatoes 7 4 17 28 43 7 1 1 5 2 12 194 213
Watermelons 3 40 3 16 9 15 92
Total 177 130 177 232 362 309 266 131 112 273 155 125 224 ?7227g 2570

/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls. Honey Dews. Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these clasqee.
l Includes romaine.
l Incl-des Satsunas.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled front reports furnished by co-non carriers.



Released March 5. 1935. Springfield, Mass., 193L.


- 59 -







UNITED STATES WPARB1 ET OF AGIGICULST
Bureau of Agricultural Economice
lashington, D.C.


k9rLaese. L -
193


UWLOADB o0 CERTAIN FRUITS AND VT BLIS IN BYSACI U S ..., WRIs 1914
Car Lota


State Alss. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf. rp. La. Lett. One. Oras.Pohu.Peare Plra Pot.bthrsO.lwot.la.em ..Ml.TtSd


Ala.
Ariz.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Del.
na.







Mich.
Idaho

ty.



Me.

.Masz.


N.Y.
to.


I.T.
N.C.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
S.C.
Tenn.
Tez&B
Va.
lash.
anfeasl


-22




1-
-- 7




- 3




- 23



2
1



2
10
-38
-5
11 -
10 i1h


TOTALS BY IOUTs -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Ar. May June July Agr. Bert. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total otal
Appl 2 2 1 -- 5 6 2 19 15 31
Cabbage 7 14 17 23 31 20 1 113 47 51
Cantaloupe j/ 23 42 31 99 118 137
Celery 4 15 13 10 2 2 2 56 60 58
Grapefruit 7 12 15 9 8 1 1 10 7 11 1 96 108
rapes 2 13 29 75 29 9 157 179 199
Lemon 5 2 6 3 5 17 10 7 2 2 6 5 70 81 58
Lettuce / 18 20 27 25 22 15 12 9 12 21 19 21 221 198 212
Onions 1 1 1 11 24 21 4 64 54 57
Onges 45 43 b850 42 37 29 30 45 28 46 47 510 498 g
Peach 5 22 9 102 87 50
Pear 1 8 11 1 21 8 21
Pl 2 4 2 2 2
Potatoes 4 12 10 18 59 1 180 13 1 1 441 369 217
Strawberries 1 3 7 19 78 20 128 96 94
Sweetpotatoes 7 6 7 3 2 1 5 21 20 8 7 87 98 10b
Taugerinae 2 5 7 13 5
omatoes 3 7 11 20 45 13 2 3 2 106 97 100
ateraelon. 2 40 75 W4 11 1Th 127
total 3 124 182 157 327 411 39b 1 120 164 98 1M 2441 22q 2221

I/ Includes Casbas, Doney Ball., Boner Dews, Persian Meloan and Mied Heleons of these classes.
SIncludes ronaine.
SIncludes Satlmes.
SIncludes fresh prunes.
These figure were compiled from report furanithed by ommon carriers.


Released ebruary 14, 1935.


arrause, N. T.. 19.


-60-


I


- 19
! 1 )- -
3 1 -
a7 12 2 157 70 181 6 332 1 19 7 -
- 3 -2 -

44 77 178 47
- 46 2
- --- -5















- lb 30
- 1 -
- 2


- -r -7
- 1 -
- 1- -2 -

-- -- -1 -
1- -


- 19
-- -- -1- -19 -76

1 2 -


- -11 1
- -1 -3

1- 1-- -

- 7 1 -
10 i6 E1 187 70 221 61 rio 102 21 1


----3,
- 5 6
- 5




- 6--


7-5-145
- N
16 4 1 29
7 28 24 423



-- -67 1
5 46

16 4 1 34




-- 1
16 39

6 I|

21
1 1 13 116
1 1
2
-----11
3- 42 93
--5-27
41 132


17 7 IM Ik I 0e4l












UbMD SIATIS WPIMMt 07 ARICUMORUI
Buare of Agrieltural oonomiLe
Wamiagton. D.C.


UO- 01 0~ Z AAnT s iTS D TE TABIS I TAMPA. L. TUIW 1934
Oar LoFt iaCulues Beat receiptI reaced to ear-lot equivalent


st t a t a h nant 0.1 Arnt0ros I.em LetS a.Bwoot.Tam.Some.Yael.Total


Ala.


2 -


Ars. -
Oalit. 2
Colo. -
1 a. -
06. 7 3
Idaho -
Ind. -
lows -
La. -
Me. -
dree. -
mass. -

Mi.e. -
sac. -
I.1. 2 -

5.0. -
skI. -
roag. 5 -
Pres. 5 -
Pa. 8 -

Ton. -
tazm" -
Utah -
Ta. 23 11
Wash. B8 -
T.Ta. 1

Imports
Canda
Italy -
Total 159 29


28 17
3-
- 11















- 12






- 7
- -
- -


19 -
65 50 149 3
2


12
- 2


19
- 1

- -7



- 2
- -1

- -- -3

- 14

- 1


i- 1 -


2 2 6
- 1 -25 -

- 4 5 -
22 -


- -5 -5
- 75 -
- 19 -




- 5 -
- 1 3 -
19 -
- --3 -
- --9 -




- 3~ -




13 2 -
- -9 -


- 1 -

5 16 6 1111 -


- -19
- 1 33
- 31



19
- 1


- 2
- 797

-1-23
- 1
- 7
- 1 1
- 2
- 127
----55
- 19
- 3






- 99
- 110
- 1
- 9


- 17 7 1807


TOTALS BT I )ES -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Ma June July Ai. Set. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total total
pples 22 9 17 1 6 5 2 6 25 32 20 14 159 177 5
cabbage 5 8 3 2 6 5 29 31 03
Cantaloup 1 12 114 2 1 1 14 51
celery 5 2 5 4 5 6 9 7 58 67
Grapefruit 2 6
Grapes 2 7 11 23 11 7 14 65 59 53
Lemon 1 2 5 6 10 3 6 5 4 6 2 1 51 32 36
Letticea 16 12 1 16 l 30 12 15 12 12 18 17 168 161 20
Onions 14 5 6 4 3 2 3 1 3 4 1 6 101 141
Oranges 3/ -- 2 17
Peache- 1 4 5 11 30
Pe-ar 4 5 5 16 19 23
Pl -- 3 3 -- 6 T 7
Potatoes 172 106 16 30 51 23 79 72 95 123 166 135 1138 564 285
Strawberries -
Sweetpotatoes -- 1 12
Tangerine. -
Tomatoes 1 2 1 4 3 5 1 17 81 1a
Watermelons 1 8 16 2 27 27 71
0tal 229 141 129 5 99 76 11 142 178 202 227 295 18HT if.g lIII

. Include Oasabas. Honer Balls, Honey Dewn, Persian Melons and MUize Melons of theSe leass .
Includes romance.
SInolude Satsumas.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figure were compiled from reports tarnished by coIn carriers.


belesa4d Fbruary 27. 1935.


Ta.ps, Ao,. 1934.


- 61 -


----- ---- --- ---- --- ---


a e n .. .








UITED STATS DEPARTMENT 07 JAIICULTUB
Bureau of Agricultural lonomiocs
Washington, D.O.


UNIAhDS OF CtRTAIN IRUITS AND TVZrE MBLS II TeS HAUIW 11D.. DIM 1934
Oar Lots


Terre eantes. I.
1934


State Able. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf.Grps. Lam. Lett. One. Orge.Pche.Peare Plume Pots.3tbys.Swpot.Taa.TomB.Wael. Total


Ala.


Ark. -
Calif. -
Colo. -
a. -
Ga.
Idaho 1 -
Ill. -
Ind. -
Kans. -
La. -
Me. -
Md. -
Mich. 3
Minn. -
M e. -
Mo. -
Nebr. -
. .J.
N.Y. 5 4
B.0. -
H.Dak. -
Ohio -
Okl a.
Pa. -
Tenn. -
Texas -
Va. 4 -
Wash. -
W.Va. 4
Wis. 7
Wyo. -
Imports
Italy -
To tal 24 21


2 -


- 8

7 -
























1 -


- 1
35 -

14 -
- 3

- 1
-- -


- 3




- 1
- I







- I

- i

-- -


- 1

- -


- 1


- 70


- 1
- I1
- 1


3
- -3

- 11
- 31


- 22
- 22

- 6
1

2
- 2
34


- 35
- 5


- 1 1
- 2 5 9 10 49 6 50 1 27 0


TOTALS BY MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 5 3 5 1 3 b 3 21 39 30
Cabbage 3 2 3 5 2 2 1 3 21 30 29
Cantaloupe sj -
Celery 1 1 2 4
Grapefruit 2 2 1 3 5 8 14
Grapes -
Lemons 1 1 1 3 1 2 9 5
Lettuce / 4 13
Onions 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 10 10 8
Oranges 3/ 8 5 3 2 3 4 2 5 2 4 4 7 49 49 46
Peaches 2 6 6
Pears -
Plume / -
Potatoes 3B 27 57 40 25 64 38 24 29 27 9 2 310 396 366
Strawberries 3 3 2 8
Sweetpotatoes 3
Tangerines -
Tomatoes 1 1 1 3
Watermelons 8 18 1 27 D
Total 56 42 72 49 92 80 61 96 3 9 1 19 50 55, 61


1/ Includes Casabas, Honey Balls, Honey Dews. Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these claseee.
SIncludes romaine.
SIncludes SateumaR.
SIncludes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


Released March 7. 1935.


Terre mate, Ind.. 1934.


-62-


- 1
1 -


- --3

1 -



- 1 -
- 1




1 -
- 2
1


-
-




-
-








UITID B TIS MPA'MIINT OF ABGICU.LTUR
Bureau of Agicultural economics
Washlngton. D.C.


Toledo, Ohio.
1931


U1LoaD OF C3 I W1iFTS IND TETMABILES IN TOLEDO. OHIO, DI IIN 1914
Car Lots


SSta To
State ilsm Oab. Cant. Cel. Grofe.Grom Lm. Lett One. Orre.Pchs.Peare Plume Pots.Stbys.Swuot.Tanw.Toms.Wmael. Total


Arils.
Ark.
Calif.
Oolo.
Del.
ela.
Ga.
Idaho
Ill.
Ind.

er.
La.
Me.



Minn.

Ho.
10.
Mont.
N.J.
I.T.
I.C.
I. Dak.
Ohio
Okln.
Pa.
S.C.
9-.
Texs
Ta.
wtash.
W.Ta.

Total


3
1






--
1 -
-







23




19 9






11
-70
2
a










10 -
5-



5 -

148 17


TOTALS BT MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. Mar June July Au~. Sept, Oct. Nov. Dec. Total Total Total
Apples 3 14 11 9 3 2 77 19 6 14 11 153
Cabbage 11 19 24 28 28 19 1 7 137 6b 88
Cantaloup / 12 14 10 36 36 60
Celery 6 10 9 11 3 44 5 116
OGapefrult 14 7 9 14 7 4 2 2 2 8 14 14 95 83 82
Grapes 7 8 19 17 5 56 58 41
Lemon 2 2 2 4 14 20 11 11 1 2 4 1 74 50 41
Lettuce 2 26 22 28 22 15 14 17 16 12 15 16 20 223 196 203
Onions 1 4 13 14 2 9 6 1 50 26 50
Oranges 3/ 25 26 41 44 31 23 20 19 22 25 37 34 347 357 350
Peaches 4 32 74 110 115 35
Peare 3 4 7 6 4
Plme 1 2 5 1 9 5 5
Potatoes 37 33 107 144 162 205 325 5 46 7 3 3 1157 768 712
Strawberries 8 74 16 98 85 83
Sweetpotatoes 8 10 b 3 2 5 17 26 9 9 95 120 102
Tangerines 2 4 6 4 8
tomatoes -9 2 -- 11 1 1
atermelons -- 25 52 14 91 111 106
Total 114 133 241 293 3b9 372 484 252 116 179 119 102 2794 2248 2170


SIncludes Casabae, Honey Balls, Honey Des,. Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
SIncludes romaine.
/ includes eatmsuos.
Includes fresh prunes.
These figures were compiled from reports furansned by common carriers.


released February 21, 1935.


Toledo, Ohio, 1934.


- 63 -


- 50
13 22 33 3 -
-
22 19 1 5b 74 185 8 282 7 9 2
- 12 17

- 25 72 61 21
65 1
102
1 7 -
1 -1


.. 12
17

-- 2
-9 -
5 278
-- 51





2 -179
-- 17
3
-13


19 -
24 -
-- 1 297
3 -

.- 12
Sb q9 56 74 221 %0 147 110 7 9 1157


--


4 83
- 71
2 11
- 665
- 29
17 24
6 27 215
53 119
102
9
1 2
22
22
14 1 44
- 17
4 15
S 9
365
51
8 1 34
6 8
1


5 1 187
17
2
3

1 1
5 2 69
5 2 101
35 335
46
5
12
qs 6 11 91 2794


98


Total 14 11 7 1.







UNITED sAns EmAROMnw 07 AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Agricultural Economics
Washington, D.C.


Washaton. D.AO
1934


UIIOAjB F01 CTAIN FRUITS AND VTESLS I WASHINGTON, D.C.. DURING 1 19Y
Car Lote including Boat receipts reduced to Car-lot equivalents but exclusive
of 1.c.1. express receipts.


e tatS Aale Otb Qant Cel Grof Gr e


Ala.
Arts.
Calif.
Colo.
Hla.
Ga.
Idaho
Ind.
La.
Me.
Md. 1
Mass.
Mich.
Minn.

N.J.
N.Y.
N.C.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa. 1
S.C.
Teann.
Texas
Utah
Ta.
Wash. 1I
WY t


- 9
- -
4

- -
- 101
- 10


1

12 -



1

1 131


5 -
13 27
- 39

- 21

-5 -
15 14
56 -
? -


2
























2


"- -- -
ITotal 22K WU4


Pote Sabrs Swoot W l


19 79 -
53 83 6 143 24 504 22 406 5 33 12 1
19 5 9 1' 1
- 143 151 279 -133 24
1 29 16 -
- 15 1 129 -
- a 35 -
3 3
-503 -
70 -
24 -
13 69 2- -


1 16 -
-104 4 23 114 11 265 -
9 61 -
28 -
5 23 1 -
43 -
1 36 71 -

1 23 65 3


24 2 18 1 -

34 T*fl XNO 1u7 E4 Sh 194 68' 110 86 1h 5 1*u6 nS


- 41

12 110



1





-56

3





-12
64



-9 3W


9
g9
1537
35
39 998
84 lie
1i45
35

503
14 96
24
84
1
57
17
-656
16 145
28
34
83
25 205
11
177
2
148 351
181
iaE Bk79


Lol express
recepts 40 4 14 6 10 1 -


TOTALS BT MONTHS -
1934 1933 1932
Jan. elb. Mar. Apr. Ma. June July AsA. Sent. Oct. O. Dec Total total Total
Apples 18 25 17 9 6 1 3 10 21 6b 30 20 226 227 266
Cabbage 51 49 36 2) 31 1 6 7 13 31 3b 70 354 309 407
Cantaloupe 1/ 1 64 108 40 17 47 14 3 294 228 388
Celery 34 32 28 32 40 8 14 13 25 37 37 43 343 310 370
Grapefruit 31 21 34 27 11 3 2 6 10 12 23 10 230 296
Grapes 1 1 7 16 29 52 33 8 147 137 265
Lemons 2 7 4 8 1 2 24 34 42
Lettca g/ 51 43 62 53 53 56 6b 50 46 54 43 59 636 575 711
Onions 29 38 32 37 34 30 5 28 4b 55 26 34 394 362 31f
Orange JV 57 53 63 64 67 60 60 54 64 54 52 47 b85 870 967
Peaches 3 47 55 5 110 91 b7
Pear. 4 2 1 1 10 20 21 17 8 2 86 80 134
P1ums 2 6 4 2 1 15 26 43
Potatoes 169 144 171 1 177I 148 99 71 46 87 110 84 1465 1562 1739
Strawberries 3 2 8 24 1 23 27 53
Sweetpotatoes 10 12 jO 7 4 2 1 1 5 10 62 74 111
Tangerinee 4 1 4 3 12 17 27
Tomatoes 12 15 24 25 48 97 10 2 3 16 30 10 292 31 366
Watermelons 4 54 98 14 21 26 9 W
Total 474 437 4g8 45 546 5894 474 4qi 134 ql 421 41 55679 979 7190

V Includes Caeabas, Honey Balls. Honey Dew, Persian Melons and Mixed Melons of these classes.
SIncludes romaine.
Y Includes Satema.
Includes fresh prmes.


Released February 9, 1935.


Washington, D. C., 1934.


- 64-


__


. =. .


62


"







UNITED STATES DIPARMET OF AGRICULTtUR
Bureau of Agricultural Economice
Wlahington, D.C.


Worcester. Mass.
1934


UNLOAIS OF CrTAIN FRUITS AnD VTEOTBLaES Ii WOEC8ST3, MASS.. DURING 1934
Car Lots


2/ 3--
State Apl,. Cab. Cant. Cel. Grpf.Orpa. Lem. Lett. One. OraK.Pchs.Peare Plums PotB.Stbs.Swpot.Tangt.ome. mel. Total
Ark. 7 7
Calif. 2 2 30 1 2 63
Colo. 1 --
Del. 1 1
Fla. 1 7 12 2
a. -- 10 13
Ind. -- 3 3
KE. 1 11
La. 6 9
Me. -7 -786
Md. -2 -- 2
Mlss. -- 2 2
Mich. -12 --- -12
miss. -- 2 2
X.J. 4 .
N.Y. 1 11 2 --1 .. 1 .. 16
I.C. -40 -2 42
Ohi -- -- 2

s.C. 6 .11 is
tem. ..... 3 3.
tese 8 ..7 -...-11 26
Bt, 1 1
Va. 2 1 2 1 87
Wa., -- -
otal 14 2 'i 26 Vi 4 923 27 2 1 3 17 1145


- TOTALS BT MONTHS -


Apples
Cabbage
Cantaloups 1/
Celery
grapefruit
Grapes
Lemons
Lettuce j/
Onions
Oranges
Peaehes
Pears

Potatoes
Strawberries
Sweetpotatoes
Taagerines
Tomatoes
Watermelons


Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

2 2 3 2

1 -
1 1 1



7 3 3 2
1 4 9 5



---3

1 -


Mar June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Bov. Dec.
5 4 5
2 1 11
1 1 -1 -
---- -- _
-- -1

7 19 4 -


6 1 -
3 4 1 1
4


102 100 69 8
24 -


2 10 1 -
it 't r


- LD o L


L


- 4
2 1 2 2



33 170 56 53

1 1 -
i i -
- i
- -


Total 9 86 97 105 140 133 87 19 41 19b 69 7b


1934 1933 1932
Total Total Total
14 54
23 3 9
3 6 7
5 3 7
3 1
30 15 56








27 29 30
2 13 11
I -
-7 1 3
216 140 145
35 35 0
4 8 2
1

923 520 842
27 29 30
2 13 11
1 -
13 14 14

1146 1018 1154


SIncludes Casabas, Boney Balls, Roney De Periean Melons and Mixed Melone of tress classes.
Includes roaine.
Includes Sateuma,.
SIncludes fresh prunes.
these figures were compiled from reports furnished by common carriers.


leased February 13. 1935.


Worcester, Mass.. 1934.


-5 -







UISD I STAwS mWPAM n 0F ASOICOWTA
Bureau of Agricultural Raooomice
Washington, D.C.


quzAAD OF ~cZRU 7=m2B AIM VneassaS IN onto, pasCar 0S otA
Car Lots


state Aol.. Cab. Cat. Col. Orf.AOrps. Lm. Lett. Ona. Oras.PebhePar Plia. Pot.Atb r..lmot.anatoa.hml.total


Ala.
Ars,.
Ark.
Calif.
Colo.
Del.
Fla.
Ga.
Idaho
Ind.
KY.

Me.


Mich.
Minn.
Miss.
Mo.
N.J.
I.Y.

I.Dak.
Ohio
Oreg.
Pa.
S.C.
Tean.
Texas
Va.
Wash.
Ilal.
Yatal


- 7





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Jan, Feb. Mar. Ap. May Jne July Augn Srt, Oct. NoT Dec. Total Total Total
Apple 10 3 11 6 3 3 3 3 4 46 55 5
Cabbage 16 18 23 1 19 15 1 1 11 55
Cantaloups 9 20 12 2 1 44 35 104
Celery 8 5 8 7 5 1 2 7 43 7 43
Grapefruit 7 7 8 2 7 7 4 42 81
Grape@ 1 6 24 32 1I 3 84 1 145
Lemns 2 2 5 12 4 4 1 1 31 35 28
Lettuce / 15 1) 16 17 12 4 3 2 4 5 10 101 U5 1 6
Onions 6 6 4 9 7 9 8 28 13 7 7 110 6 82
Orangees 19 27 37 19 23 18 1 12 10 11 19 23 231 264 240
Peache 1 28 1 34 17 19
Pear -- 6 4 10 5 19
Plu 4 1 5 7 5
Potatoes 10 11 21 42 73 134 138 91 42 2 4 56s 496 667
traWberries 1 2 35 2 40 5 56
Sweetpotatoes 11 6 3 4 2 15 19 9 10 79 104 133
Tangerines 2 1 3 10 1
Toatoee 2 1 8 1 12 21 34
Watermelons ]7 90 21 146 179 128
Total 0 96 16 12 192 268 279 1 122 q3 71 n 174 177 2042

1/ Includes Casabas, money 1alls. Boney Dews, Perian Melons and Mixed Meloln. of thee clauses.
Includes ro aine.
Includes Satsmos.
SIncludes fresh prones.
hese figures were compiled from reports rnmished by comon carriers.


Released February 14. 1935.


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TOTAL UNLOADS IS T bo CITIES DURINtG l'
Car Lots Inclu-'ln boat reerlpto reduOu- to c..--lot eT.L vale2 to. trT
exclusive of 1.c.1. arprem. frelgnt and truck recelnts

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tpla. Cab. Caant Cel. Orpf. Grpe O. LePrt .Plu Or Ps Prt, Plu 5PTw., Tane. T;.-:o. cel, TUr.
Akron 43 69 32 9 10 us a 4s '1 4" Lu ..1 FS I: lIe I-
Albany 55 105 173 85 is 156 79 299 123 390 1bb6 ?c 91n ?- 7 1i L1l 'io
Atlanta 407 24 23 1 2 28 67 205 27" 2O0 P20 1 lb 8gu 1 7 '7 3,1 ?)"
Batlot re 273 555 327 759 345 37" 53b 803 72B 1358 85 210 b6 ?o71 q 251 122 3L' 12"9 11'`9
Bln1inghoB 32b 114 12 60 29 57 126 225 155 23b6 13 5 493 1 s, 15F 213"
Bostea 1158 1209 1h37 890 888 225! 746 1899 lu5b 5559 795 52b ?,5 71517 7"" 9 1'0 1930 7-M .o101
Bridgeport 47 4 45 19 52 119 29 93 32 2 5 6? 29 17 5:1 20 5 "? 3 1-70
Buffalo 106 3ft 295 258 292 256 200 b02 2D0 1000 P0b 69 .) 918 31 3 !2 40 1t k27 bD07
Chiao 3748 2031 1599 1207 159l 20e9 1256 '*28. 2z)? bOiC 11W' P841 "1' 1-.7 114- 3 : 157 2"uC 2W?. 9E0O
Cincinnati 1554 813 368 381 456 357 519 839 3}'. 1551 b-0 112 9b 399" 55 "t9 90 9bO 55B 1-'
Cleveland 575 b03 623 410 533 478 5 02 120S 715 20"1 590 b16 131 3297 "ul as 10l ibS b6O 1 771
Colmba 194 263 7b 1 1-1 96 98 328 168 "91 b16 17 13 18?0 91 i40 11 80 1?5 -bib
Dallam U1 102 1b 1ag bO 125 177 "a5 203 Ls 15 6 lb 109 30 55 329 1:. 37-a
Dartoo 193 98 20 22 11 1 1 8" 37 1-9 "1 1 305 --1 19 5 11. 179
E:Bver 438 96 160 56 20C 251 172 6"4 69 6b) 267 73 t" 767 1?9 lUO0 2 82' 229i "sI'.
Des Moines 223 210 34 115 123 5" 78 261 138 348 125 Ps 32 11el 5 b68 qt 79 3253
Detrolt 1105 798 602 520 b82 658 '99 1535 7I5 "'29 856 18-5 I "bis 722 t15 9q 990 s1.' 1I69
Is-tl 333 38 32 47 Mo 60 26 95 85 a2 74 "1 2b b2 5" 15 50 5)3 135
1 Pao 93 3 9 62 23 lb 5? 79 2" 233 23 5 29 q 0 2O 79 P?' iS-
rvanwrille 78 142 2 .7 26 lb 21 7T 98 152 17 9 5 558 3 5 "8 25 13 O
Port Worth 259 '3 6 80 35 57 70 171 13. lu" 3 757 25 37 172 6 PoosJ
Grand apid 1 13 3 5 117759 117 6 75 g T" 107 3 3 s ?- 7'? 7 27 lOb n22"
BurtforT b6 139 115 65 1' 2223 b5 233 76b b0 92 55, 0 572 "o "2 31 1 90 ZS!0
aonstan %S5 78 21 Ibl6 154 19b 385 300 336b 3 17 30 1"'? 27 i5g 6 188.
Indinapolis "17 352 57 114 171 &S 126 415 21" 5L5 91 b 11 ?'0 118 li 18 79 22b '3 j
Jacksanville 223 3 2b 55 8 68 101 202 152 35 11 5 s19 It 24 1i1
aname City 93D 793 213 .7 350 24* 2B5 81b "87 5-0 20o 59 8'4 )T71 95 153 P5 593 "15 10b3
exington 156 10b 10 26 15 11 11 b? UD b) 9 / .*?F I' 1 1 39 38 1092
Los Angelse 2736 40 R 71 76 1b 3 103 u8s 1: 312 277 7 6007 2 ". 235 14 4 11939
Leanrrl lle 358 330 56 70 95 9: 69 23- ? 387 0 1 ; 86et 1 27 8 1 3 115 3157
Mephli 3e '1 bi 9 9b 111 9b 147 2T7 19b 5"9 6 15 1 st5 1i 1 7 10b be 3375
Hilmukle 1177 302 ll1 317 25- 4t1 1,8 "79 29" 889 398 256 11- 1721 2~ 83 12 16b 331 7753
Minneapolis 97b 235 145 37 27b 33) 189 578 245 790 191 18 71 951 199 139 1" 26b 130 6326
Nashbille 258 165 Ib 5 7Te u s' 1l9 1)2 383 4 b 800 1 9b 90 2385
lwark 509 5) 222 194 78 11 19 13 73] 1b7 211 "-1 13 17 OS' 105 31 2 278 181 Sq0O
IN B avme 8 102 59 b6 54 435 7 202 80 36b 9b6 2) b12 25 2' 19 150 bs 2522
ew Or~elne 298 1b4 118 Ib6 154 138 388 3)b 31o 727 11b 77 29 98" 22 310 b51 5017
ew York 5567 3999 5857 3790 b2A9 8767 dBia b790 -"O0 11759 3-) i )38 1192 18647 107d 391 1153 592b 2140 15035.5
Norfolk 117 53 26 85 37 35 3, 129 155 1b) 1 17 10os 2 50 51 2374
Oklahoma City 35 171 9 137 78 7b 100 312 83) 32 P2 5 15 1057 xo 24 1 151 11 2991
Omsba 802 300 90 147 15) 112 113 323 log9 *9 2db bl 51 1560 1i7 8 5 196 182 4772
Peorli 109 10b 2b b Idl 35 lb7 b6* 223 51 32 15 1 1"2 2" 2b ) 9 b8 2) 3
Philladlphi 1711 2r452 118 151b 137" 189 979 2862 19Q7 -09 92* 7207 30 tY" 295 27 "87 P165 1019 J""1
Pittlnwurb 1309 999 1102 910 **5 125 533 113a 13j0 elj) bo9 30 101 411n 387 1058 140 1218 BDn 202L 0
Portland. M. 47 db 62 49 49 43 1i 70 190 bl 30 22 7 270 57 71 o80 4 14I7
Portland, Ores. 485 27 130 90 237 253 131 348 1"4 83) 92 20( IB &1 15-* 1 lb 240 4039
Prowidenoe 76 15 117 114 11b 198 54 317 ed 740 lbb 58 31 117 13 65 39 225 199 4225
Rlcotmen lb9 152 6 110 b4 47 72 107 128 3o9 & 15 522 b 97 24 1950
Rocheater 7 117 120 89 147 lb* 10e 31" 107 601 115 17 380 110 103 35 11 186 283)
It. Loute 1157 1711 '79 595 511 397 531 1'62 995 1653 3) 109 53 6270 237 165 43 701 1012 154)
It. Paal 392 97 5 110 117 00 57 eb65 s8 "by es7 1o0 8s 577 1iT 58 5 13 122 3518
sait Lae City 22 22 '4b 5 52 23 49 1405 13 317 7 "b 23 33 "1 1313 9&
San Antonia 275 14 1 88 5 10 131 i7" 125 192 2a 12 9 755 2 3 11" 100O
San Irect coo 308 1 138 177 251 1383 ~ 1 s8 ba9 562 133 39" 9 3612 3. 198 2b- 8)lb
Seattle 20b 80 137 129 '73 236 177 o02 262 35" 90 7b 11 109" 93 I'b O 193 231 g901
Shreeport 11b 34 7 21 10 d4 40 7b 'f 59 2 1 1 21 17 TO
saos City 227 15b 27 72 72 54 59 1b2 73 219 Ico 74 an 625 5? 55 1 77 57 e225
spoke 63 25 1b 30 21 22 92 32 98 3" 2 9' Il e 11 7o b7B
springfred.uMe. 51 103 83 120 89 199 23 o190 7 .70 2" 10 o1i" 0 25 9 182 95 L-79
Sracuse 19 113 99 5o 81 157 70 /'1 b" 51g 102 21 i "1 le8 67 7 10b 151 '1WI
Tmfps 159 29 31 47 b5 51 lb8 A*. 2 5 1 11 8 17 27 1807
Terre Emte 24 21 2 9 10 9 180 3 1 7 540
Toledo 18 137 3o 4* 95 7' 223 50 3"7 110 7 9 li57 95 95 6 11 91 27 4
Washiagtoa 226 35'4 94 343 10 147 P" bJ3 394 b55 110 56 15 loo0 .1s be 12 ey 32bc 5i '9
Worcester 14 23 3 5 3 70 26 .5 4 -- 9?g 27 2 1 1) 37 11"'
TogYetoi 66 111 '44 43 8i 84 31 101 110 231 134 10 5 5bR M0 79 4 12 148 17"'
Total 19b 34565 23652 17770 lb1 7 1B=79 27196 13630 37IN6 241t" o7ebb lbS]3 92% sb 01325- n0 i 811 3190 8 39 19891 "05bo5
Total 193. 35996 19695 1764 15521 20377 26585 12089 35901 23535 b75' 1"318 5340 3566 124003 10585 8937 37t '.?17" 21399 "9991
Total 1912 4593 21214 2b677 17295 19229 8317 11959j 8067 2~"O, b65O" 110,7 U1-1 r479 11b7D0 10015 1021i 2b28 25101 21951 517t1b
TOTALS BY MOUTHS rJ b6 CITIES
193' 1933 1952
Jan Feb. Mar. Apr. MaY June Jul- Aug. Sept_ Oct._ ?o., Dec. Total Ttal % tal
Apples 309 2410 d80? 1950 1513 8b 897 1OOU "018 7890 ',)37 1579 W3"5b 35996 "4593
Cabbage 2583 2695 3147 28b2 3123 155b 352 b81 117T 1779 1739 1903 )'o52 19b95 ?1214
Cataloamp. 27 134 b17 41j 3327 5b w4e 4ld 1900 1435 b0" 95 9 17770 17b41 2)b77
Celery 2053 1951 2333 2027 1808 50b 373 291 tPS 11"2 15-7 190Is bb37 1551 1MT95
Crapertrat 2350 2033 ?51? F13 1594 429 ?90 227 Bo4 1999 2253 2196 18"9' 20377 1922d
Grape. 173 7 113 30b 127 132 121? 2a50 -72 10508 547 1506b 719b 5 ?B82 38517
Lnmu 790 637 s58 891 1497 -265 2187 1901 3) 7 7 7o0 8 01 13b63 1i089 11957
Let tr e 1 3360 295 3595 36bl 3b)9 2606 3340 2958 VJ4 2792 *.9'4- 3088 >)74 3)901 380b7
Onlons 2007 1574 1791 19"5 3443 2395 1)73 Ibhl 2 r 2351 1085 1-'" ?lit- 23535 2ao0u
Oran o m f 60 6251 7706 7217 6310 4415 yXl 3811 3555 1406 6623 tA73 b7l'3 b b754 6 5"o0
PeMchb3 1 3 2 1 19 1325 4784 7584 91b .4 :"B1< 1431r 110?'
Pears 26 182 134 1ut 6b 192 18bb e 95 1975 1310 455 351 9256 53"0 11'-'
7F1-m / 5 1 157 9s1 59 1iu8 59b 3dDb 35'M ":59
Potatoes 11376 97"6 1)33 12367 17) b16805 1270' 7103 7599 10135 9136 7506 1)5'5- 1o400o 11b708
Itraeberrtie 323 5b b6b 1)33 "95b 72b U9 P ? 1 903* 10585 10019
Sneetpotatoes 774 631 bb5 a59 195 55 19 t 7 110" 1270 111.? 1015 '1ls e 97 10o?1
t nMernlas 913 500 96 6 1 b35 9tb9 3!9o 78" 25?s
oastoes 155 1d8s 2133 2488 31 2 625" 2-74 553 5i7 12"7 137I 1113 "i359 23174 25103
Water'.alono 3 "79 ?527 909= u"'e au 5 1q91 21? 21451
Potal 2 7 1%Y23 u190b 4D847 rlAg 245b 504u11 IN7 148941 47951 LOs"- 3u, 5 S901,5 yPl?991 170o9
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