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 Value of sales at wholesale prices...
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 Acreage of ornamental plants of...
 Number of ornamental plants of...
 Acreage of citrus nursery stock...
 Number of plants of citrus nursery...
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 Approximate acreage of various...
 Approximate amounts of various...
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 Estimated acreage, sales per acre...
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Group Title: Agricultural economics mimeo report - Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Florida - EC69-11
Title: A Fact book on the Florida wholesale woody ornamental nursery industry
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Title: A Fact book on the Florida wholesale woody ornamental nursery industry
Physical Description: iii, 54 p. : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Smith, Cecil Nuckols, 1920-
Publisher: Dept. of Agricultural Economics, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 1969
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Subject: Nurseries (Horticulture) -- Statistics -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Table of Contents
    Copyright
        Copyright
    Title Page
        Title Page
    Foreword
        Page i
    Table of Contents
        Page ii
        Page iii
    Number and acreage of nurseries in Florida counties, 1940-1964
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Nursery sales by Florida counties, 1940-1964
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Number and area of nurseries and grower sales of nursery products in the United States, 1959 and 1964
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Value of sales at wholesale prices of specified groups of nursery products in Florida, 1949 and 1959
        Page 10
    Number of growers and value of sales at wholesale prices of nursery products in Florida by nurseries with sales of (1) less than $10,000 and (2) $10,000 or more, 1959
        Page 11
    Acreage of ornamental plants of various types in producing nurseries, by counties, during the fiscal year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
    Number of ornamental plants of various types in the plant inventory at producing nurseries, by counties, during the fiscal year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Acreage of citrus nursery stock of various types in producing nurseries, by counties, during the fiscal year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
    Number of plants of citrus nursery stock of various types in producing nurseries, by counties, during the fiscal year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968
        Page 21
        Page 22
        Page 23
    Acreage of general nursery plants of various types and tropical fruit plants in producing nurseries, by counties, during the fiscal year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968
        Page 24
        Page 25
        Page 26
    Approximate acreage of various types of nursery stock in Florida, fiscal years ending June 30, 1957 through June 30, 1968
        Page 27
        Page 28
    Approximate amounts of various types of nursery stock in Florida, fiscal years ending June 30, 1957 through June 30, 1968
        Page 29
        Page 30
    Cash farm receipts from marketings of greenhouse and nursery products, average by five-year periods 1925-29 to 1960-64 and annually 1965, 1966 and 1967
        Page 31
    Gross value reported for regular sales by nursery and landscape dealers in Florida, by counties, 1967
        Page 32
    Estimated acreage, sales per acre and total sales at wholesale value of woody ornamental and deciduous and subtropical fruit and nut nursery stock in Florida, 1958 to 1968, with projections to 1975 and 1980
        Page 33
    Population count and projections in Florida counties, selected years, 1950 to 1975
        Page 34
        Page 35
    Personal income per capita in Florida, other southeastern states, other selected states and the United States, 1950, 1955, 1960, 1965 and 1967
        Page 36
    Personal income per capita, by counties, in Florida, 1960 to 1966
        Page 37
        Page 38
        Page 39
    Total personal income and personal income per capita in Florida, by county, 1967, and county rank in 1967 and 1960
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
    Distribution of total personal income by primary class in Florida counties, 1967
        Page 43
        Page 44
        Page 45
    Number of apartment buildings and number of apartment units, by county, in Florida 1960, 1964, 1967, and 1968
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
    Valuation of new nonfarm building construction, by type, and number of housekeeping units authorized in specific counties in Florida, 1968
        Page 49
    Number of housing units in April, 1960, and estimated number of new nonfarm housekeeping units authorized by building permits, by district and specified counties, in Florida from 1962 to 1968
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
    Characteristics of housing units in standard metropolitan statistical areas in Florida, 1960
        Page 53
        Page 54
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4Y 1969


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMIST


ESTIMATED WHOLESALE VALUE OF SALES OF WOODY ORNAMENTAL NURSERY
STOCK IN FLORIDA, 1960 TO 1968, WITH PROJECTIONS FOR 1975 AND 1980


DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
INSTITUTE OF FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE


AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
MIMEO REPORT EC69-11


A FACT BOOK ON THE FLORIDA WHOLESALE

WOODY ORNAMENTAL NURSERY INDUSTRY
COMPILED BY
CECIL N. SMITH













Foreword


The nursery industry in Florida from 1946 to the present has
grown faster than most segments of Florida agriculture. Not only
has this vast enterprise supplied the trees, shrubs, ground covers
and vines to landscape the premises of Florida's exploding popula-
tion, but it has also catered to demands for nursery stock from
other states and foreign countries.

Statistical data relating to the nursery industry are more
sparse than those for most other segments of agriculture. The
data available have been released in a wide group of publications
and it is often difficult for nurserymen and other interested
persons to acquire statistical background information on the nursery
industry. Numerous requests for information have been received by
various individuals and business concerns.

The purpose of this report is to bring together a compendium
of data on various aspects of the nursery industry and related
economic statistics--income, population and housing characteristics--
which relate to the demand for nursery stock. This report is intended
to serve as a reference source about economic characteristics of the
Florida nursery industry.

Special thanks are due Mr. Charles E. Shephard, Chief Plant
Inspector of the Division of Plant Industry, Florida Department of
Agriculture and members of his staff for compiling the data on
acreage and plant numbers on various classes of nursery stock. Apprec-
iation is expressed to Miss Elise Jones and Mrs. Charlotte Menke of the
Bureau of Economic and Business Research of the University of Florida
for their assistance in making available up-to-date statistics on
population, income, housing and tax collections. Dr. E. W. Cake,
Economist with the University of Florida Agricultural Extension Service,
is due gratitude for furnishing the data on nursery industry trends
presented in Table 15 and on the cover of this report.










TABLE OF CONTENTS


Table Page


1. Number and Acreage of Nurseries in Florida Counties, 1940-1964 .

2. Nursery Sales by Florida Counties, 1940-1964 . . 4

3. Number and Area of Nurseries and Grower Sales of Nursery Products
in the United States, 1959 and 1964 . . . 7

4. Value of Sales at Wholesale Prices of Specified Groups of Nursery
Products in Florida, 1949 and 1959. . . . 10

5. Number of Growers and Value of Sales at Wholesale Prices of
Nursery Products in Florida by Nurseries with Sales of (1) Less
than $10,000 and (2) $10,000 or More, 1959 . . 11

6. Acreage of Ornamental Plants of Various Types in Producing Nurs-
eries, by Counties, During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June
30, 1968 . . . . . ..... .12

7. Number of Ornamental Plants of Various Types in the Plant Inventory
at Producing Nurseries, by Counties, Buring the Fiscal Year July
1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 ..... . .. . 15

8. Acreage of Citrus Nursery Stock of Various Types in Producing Nurs-
eries, by Counties, During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June
30, 1968 . . . . ... ... .. .18

9. Number of Plants of Citrus Nursery Stock of Various Types in
Producing Nurseries, by Counties, During the Fiscal Year July 1,
1967 to June 30, 1968 . . . . ... .. 21

10. Acreage of General Nursery Plants of Various Types and Tropical
Fruit Plants in Producing Nurseries, by Counties, During the Fiscal
Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 . .... ..... 24

11. Approximate Acreage of Various Types of Nursery Stock in Florida,
Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 1957 through June 30, 1968 . 27

12. Approximate Amounts of Various Types of Nursery Stock in Florida,
Fiscal Years Ending June 30, 1957 through June 30, 1968 . 29












TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Continued


Table Page


13. Cash Farm Receipts from Marketings of Greenhouse and Nursery
Products, Average by Five-Year Periods 1925-29 to 1960-64
and Annually 1961, 1966 and 1967 . . . 31

14. Gross Value Reported for Regular Sales by Nursery and Landscape
Dealers in Florida, by Counties, 1967 . . 32

15. Estimated Acreage, Sales per Acre and Total Sales at Wholesale
Value of Woody Ornamental and Deciduous and Subtropical Fruit
and Nut Nursery Stock in Florida, 1958 to 1968, with projections
to 1975 and 1980 . . .... . 33

16. Population Count and Projections in Florida Counties, Selected
Years, 1950 to 1975 . . . . . 34

17. Personal Income Per Capita in Florida, Other Southeastern States,
Other Selected States and the United States, 1950, 1955, 1960,
1965 and 1967 .... . . . . 36

18. Personal Income Per Capita, by Counties, in Florida, 1960 to
1966 . . . . . . . 37

19. Total Personal Income and Personal Income Per Capita in Florida,
by County, 1967, and County Rank in 1967 and 1960 . .. 40

20. Distribution of Total Personal Income by Primary Class in Florida
Counties, 1967 . . . ... ... .. .43

21. Number of Apartment Buildings and Number of Apartment Units, by
County, in Florida 1960, 1964, 1967, and 1968 . ... .46

22. Valuation of New Nonfarm Building Construction, by Type, and
Number of Housekeeping Units Authorized in Specific Counties in
Florida, 1968 . . . ... .. .. .. .49

23. Number of Housing Units in April, 1960, and Estimated Number of
New Nonfarm Housekeeping Units Authorized by Building Permits,
by District and Specified Counties, in Florida from 1962 to
1968 . . . . . . . 50

24. Characteristics of Housing Units in Standard Metropolitan Statisti-
cal Areas in Florida, 1960 . . . ... .53





Table 1. -- Number and Acreage of Nurseries in Florida Counties, 1940-1964

Year
County a
1940a 1945a 1949 1954 1959 1964


No. No. No.


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

B rowa rd
Ca houn
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duva 1
Escamb i a
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden


18

9

6

I
1
86
2


45
6


18
3

5
34

38
2


7


1
58
1


44


2
2


Acres No.


9
438
3
5
21


2
b
385
12


122
25
6
b
5


73

5
1
2

5
2
187,
1 1


53
28
2
2


Acres

35
1,283
13

49


No.

13
1 1
8
2
38


448

81

4

53
6
600
15


159
54
20
b


Acres No,


60
353
19

1@4

449
b
17
5
6

15

587
32


179
60
1
1


aAcreage data not reported.
Data reported in small fractions.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Census. Census of Agriculture.
Office, 1942 to 1967.


Washington: U.S. Government Printing


Acres

130
1 ,70
6
1
206


482
1
35
13
3










Table 1. -- Number and Acreage of Nurseries in Florida Counties, 1940-1964 -- Continued

Year
County 940a 14a 1949 1954 1959 1964


No. No. No.


Gi lchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee
Hendry

Hernando
Highlands
Hi I sborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jacksorn
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


1


6

3
5
195


7


16
8O


Lee.
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Mar ion
Ma r I i n
Martin
Monroe
NaO, ', o I


2
3
8



11
49
7

5
49
22
1
70

12
2

I1
7

38
20
9
---


1
1
20



9
116


13



49

17
1 1

1

29
18
8
1
2


Acres No.


10
1
13


3
36
133


16
34
812

173

296
43


2

25
1

3
9
139


21
6
7

91

35
7


1 3


Acres


0

20
1

6
110
200


28
42
840

301

232
62


3

99
177
48
31
39


No.



4

40
3

8
30
237


19
8
5

120


Acres No.


9

77
3

22
219
567


68
23
626

577


1
2

40
12

9
52
199

16
8
8
1
93


37 2


133
224
79
10
10


Acres


7

174
24

22
420
536
b


198
63
1

5

166
97
202
7
19






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Table 2. -- Nursery Sales by Florida Counties, 1940-1964 -- Continued


County Year
1940 1945 1949 1954 1959 1964


Dollars


Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau


24
5,838
22,761
108-,509


23,797

8,700

236,632

446,016
3,057


1,211

430,291
25,099
17,046

18,947


Dollars


m---
1,150
350
1,091


750
86,000
134,478
1,750

136,000
6,955
116,592
20
477,348

979,003
11,000

50
1,553

1,569,643
160,065
32,058

20,525


Dollars



1,000
200
7,603


1,000
37,550
242,201


13,051
23,750
124,265

226,145

452,505
81,704


290

187,065
34,647
27,135
200
20,649


Dollars



3,000

37,600

100
5,000
172,600
465,555


32,680
36,010
257,850

376,593

138,500
74,300


1,700

286,440
113,577
110,010
1,000
15,500


Dollars



4,830

140,131

5,700
33,722
503,103
864,808


85,708
16,505
314,623

988,427

174,835
67,340
400

2,674

363,538
136,551
15,127
7,120
25,740


Dollars


a
a

211,122

61,596
61,632
568,962
1,465,443
200

314,941
20,600
498,730
a
1,871,227

a
133,025
642

a

422,474
99,356
a
a
68,162











Table 2. -- Nursery Sales by Florida Counties, 1940-1964 -- Continued


County Year
1940 1945 1949 1954 1959 1964


Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


Dollars

150

197,082
2,100
347,705

4,460
171,971
85,951
85,368
35,017

53,166
1,200
17,860
298,459
59

3,950
8,160
350
470,353


368
2,640


Dollars



506,190
805
633,349

8,040
454,975
286,930
38,403
342,560

74,700
600
100
769,436
1,104

5,000


893,936
345


1 ,820


Dollars

600

1,295,263
900
651 ,755

5,419
298,146
38,338
52,151
30,705

116,020
30
180,072
293,465


2,925

200
1,179,588


2,110
2,120


Dollars

4,000
200
804,805
5,280
981,332

40,160
569,695
706,608
80,147
17,051

50,542
30,050
77,040
130,960
10,003

300
5,000
2,100
177,084


1,500
1,250


Dollars


6,345
a
1,437,548
30,571
803,687

145,540
944,881
1,446,011
52,353


70,645
8,900
212,646
142,233
5,600

2,250
a
2,700
253,066
200

1,200
400


Dollars


12,040
39,400
1,743,738
68,959
1,464,831

334,587
1,396,863
1,688,046
a
81,136

103,380
12,760
172,681
248,701
2,645


8,850
7,680
800
435,940


925
a


9,603,590 7,245,053 9,986,127 16,037,291


TOTALS 3,929,1169


21,516,528









Table 3. -- Number and Area of Nurseries and


Grower Sales of Nursery Products in the United States,
1959 and 1964


State Nurseries Reporting Area in Nurseries Sales
tate 1959 1964 1959 1964 1959 1964


Acres Acres


Dollars


Dollars


282
NA
68
98
1 ,342

84
337
35
1,930
316

111
50
520
422
146


Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California

Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida
Georgia

Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa

Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland


295
2
105
86
1,396

81
463
37
2,044
335


116
35
605
456
139


6,213
NA
3,480
885
10,006

398
2,824
1,869
7,684
1,965

166
150
7,103
3,893
4,650

1,833
1,676
2,806
169
3,118


6,249
4
1,925
843
9,442

349
5,805
2,068
9,487
2,138

145
102
8,718
3,900
4,433

1,688
2,002
3,116
177
2,935


5,273,547
NA
4,058,189
1,077,321
34,279,725

743,712
4,031,704
1,789,361
16,037,291
2,102,666

94,363
140,383
7,559,279
2,965,956
4,689,556

1,426,825
1,631,437
2,099,366
340,634
2,880,629


5,691,844
4,900
3,722,675
625,414
49,825,819

857,968
6,048,877
1,920,978
21,516,528
2,395,614

541,681
162,834
9,052,138
3,497,987
5,288,411

2,278,062
1,853,425
2,207,945
384,092
3,013,916


Source: U.S. Bureau of
Printing Office, 1967.


the Census.


Census of Agriculture.


Washington: U.S. Government












Table 3. -- Number and Area of


Nurseries and Grower Sales of Nursery Products in the United States,
1959 and 1964 -- Continued


State Nurseries Reporting Area in Nurseries Sales
1959 1964 1959 1964 1959 1964


No.


Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri

Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey

New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Ohio

Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina


277
912
200
112
227

21
73
9
52
765


37
948
618
33
1,029

138
592
1,532
103
180


369
1,042
199
103
232


Acres

2,510
8,044
2,284
1,861
2,916

105
923
7
250
6,294

375
12,859
2,951
512
11,324

3,213
3,528
16,483
1,269
1,350


43
1,158
801
37
1,156

142
790
1 ,625
109
181


Acres

2,385
6,940
2,203
1,623
3,343

87
778
8
208
9,177

358
10,146
3,721
379
11,234

2,670
4,462
12,569
1,479
1,339


Dollars

3,035,634
6,560,001
2,223,798
1,120,374
3,173,365

214,104
1,208,708
3,575
164,702
9,483,942

374,154
11,730,518
2,836,201
302,955
11,029,327

3,272,967
5,850,422
11,195,426
1,723,609
1,470,835


Dollars


3,809,098
7,975,871
2,639,141
1,321,261
3,427,038

62,465
1,106,091
6,560
260,606
10,756,796

542,969
12,374,405
3,998,045
264,381
11,973,267

3,420,606
7,253,781
12,078,456
2,281,431
1,570,293









Table 3. -- Number and Area of


Nurseries and Grower Sales of Nursery
1959 and 1964 -- Continued


Products in the United States,


State Nurseries Reporting Area in Nurseries Sales
1959 1964 1959 1964 1959 1964


No. No. Acres Acres Dollars Dollars

South Dakota 23 19 368 330 334,166 366,235
Tennessee 514 547 8,220 10,649 6,574,075 6,987,695
Texas 914 684 11,023 9,201 9,953,804 8,615,393
Utah 51 55 194 177 296,916 535,808
Vermont 31 46 107 176 78,166 247,197

Virginia 281 352 9,111 7,880 6,041,832 6,876,176
Washington 424 517 2,249 1,936 2,876,833 4,032,943
West Virginia 127 162 1,163 1,105 587,420 703,724
Wisconsin 275 460 1,630 2,620 1,921,048 3,844,232
Wyoming 12 7 22 6 39,717 4,750



TOTALS 17,083 18,995 174,033 173,715 198,900,538 240,127,822






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Table 4. -- Value of Sales at Wholesale Prices of Specified Groups of Nursery
Products in Florida, 1949 and 1959

Nurseries Value of Sales
Product Group Reporting Plants Sold (at Wholesale)
1949 1959 1949 1959 1949 1959


No. No.


Lining out Stock
Citrus Stock
Deciduous Fruit
Deciduous Trees
Ornamental Evergreens
Rose Stock

Ornamental Plants
Broad-leaf Evergreens
Coniferous Evergreens
Deciduous Shrubs
Deciduous Trees
Herbaceous Plants
Rose Plants
Forest Tree Seedlings
Vines
Other

Deciduous Fruit & Nut
Trees & Grapevines
Apple Trees
Cherry Trees (Sweet)
Cherry Trees (Sour)
Peach Trees
Pear Trees
Plum & Prune Trees
Grapevines
Nut Trees
Other

Citrus & Subtropical
Avocado Trees
Grapefruit Trees
Lemon Trees
Orange Trees
Other

Small Fruit Trees
Blueberry Plants
Raspberry Plants
Strawberry Plants
Other

All Nursery Products


8

3
9
1

m---
88
85
49
42
25
39

46




4
1
2
11
12
10
14




54
119
65






1


22
1
6
18



314
134
123
141
26
56
2
75
319



3
4
6
19
24
19
14
25
7


54
150
85
323
96


2

3
2


No.


122,220

24,220
231,750
600


594,938
300,061
171,387
29,103
807,950
127,403

25,387




1,363
20
1 ,304
78,141
13,667
15,801
8,175




43,461
124,230
11,771
332,295


10,000


No. Dollars Dollars


1,061,556
1,000
393,500
1,748,115



3,933,585
178,488
239,567
66,355
38,011
44,729
669,500
62,905


3,030
2,150
9,710
13,024
9,816
5,699
7,746
203,165
I---


17,125
135,919
32,072
2,315,851



14

1,980,000


31,501
7,045

1,936
22,310
210


1,403,166
406,482
186,365
63,075
34,295
27,778
43,481

13,690
628,000


133,437
678
20
620
7,007
7,098
2,373
3,897
85,683
6,061

553,584
35,236
115,699
13,778
305,178
83,693


1,830


40
1,790


--- 2,123,518


411,333
57,777
100
69,725
283,731


6,643,710
3,367,528
274,258
274,723
165,312
18,683
36,305
2,724
66,194
2,437,983


315,098
3,022
1,463
10,210
10,760
10,304
5,209
4,422
268,866
842


3,341,252
28,289
186,630
43,851
2,906,926
175,556


15,196
22

14,667
507


10,726,589


Source: U.S. Bureau


of the Census.


V--Special Reports


U.S. Census of Aqriculture:


1959. Vol


Part 1--Horticultural Specialties. Washington:


U.S. Government Printing Office, 1962. pp. 112-133.


,





-11-


Table 5. -- Number of Growers and Value of Sales at Wholesale Prices of Nursery
Products in Florida by Nurseries with Sales of (1) Less than $10,000 and
(2) $10,000 or More, 1959
Value of Sales
Product Group Nurseries Reporting (at wholesale)
Less Than $10,000 Less Than $10,000
$10,000 or more $10,000 or more


Lining out Stock
Citrus Stock
Deciduous Fruit
Deciduous Trees
Ornamental Evergreens
Rose Stock
Ornamental Plants
Broad-leaf Evergreens
Coniferous Evergreens
Deciduous Shrubs
Deciduous Trees
Herbaceous Plants
Rose Plants
Forest Seedlings
Vines
Other
Deciduous Fruit & Nut
Tree & Grapevines
Apple Trees
Cherry Trees (Sweet)
Cherry Trees (Sour)
Peach Trees
Pear Trees
Plum & Prune Trees
Grapevines
Nut Trees
Other
Citrus & Subtropical
Avacado Trees
Grapefruit Trees
Lemon Trees
Orange Trees
Other
Small Fruit Plants
Blueberry
Raspberry
Strawberry
Other
All Nursery Products


No.

16
1
3
4


155
57
61
71
12
30
1
33
178


2
2
3
11
14
11
6
11
3

20
79
37
193
42



2
1


No.



3
14


159
77
62
70
.414
26
1
42
141


1
2
3
8
10
8
8
14
4

34
71
48
130
54

2

1
l


Dollars
26,888
19,502
100
1,725
5,561

645,510
261,600
18,584
48,377
23,249
4,710
11,831
2,674
11,385
263,100

5,942
22
53
1,160
2,489
555
309
101
1,128
125
612,745
3,909
27,956
7,162
553,694
20,024
a


a
70
1,295,205


Dollars
384,445


68,000
278,170

5,998,200
3,105,928
255,674
226,346
142,063
13 973
24,474
50
54,809
2,174,883

309,156
3,000
1,410
9,050
8,271
9,749
4,900
4,321
267,738
717
2,728,507
24,380
158,674
36,689
2,353,232
155,532
11,076
22

a
a
9,431,384


Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census. U.S. Census of Agriculture: 1959,
Vol. V--Special Reports, Part 1--Horticultural Specialties. Washington:
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1962. pp. 134-156.
aData not shown to avoid disclosure of information for individual operations.










Table 6. -- Acreage of Ornamental Plants of Various Types in Producing
Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30,


Nurseries,
1968


by Counties, During the


County Broadleaf Conifer Flowering Flowering Palms Roses Shade Trees TOTAL
Shrubs Trees


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Fiagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


Acres

16.52
438.84
5.99
.18
9.04

146.23
.03
1.25
1.91
1.04

4.55
I.04
158.67
.35
.01

30.61
21.06
.21
.10
11.83

.25

1.13
.21
.34


Acres

13.13
95.73
4.21
.15
6.86

28.79
.01
.48
.91
.37

.97
.38
12.66
.10
.01

6.76
8.62
.06
.05
15.37

.10

2.54
.06
.07


Acres

15.27
53.44
5.27
.10
4.73

127.58
.12
1.85
1.51
1.70

2.01
1.04
126.61
.36
.01

39.48
48.75

.01
14.93

.25

3.87
.81
1 1 1


Acres

1.76
42.85
.33
.02
1.65

13.68

.34
.19
.08

5.68
.08
51.03
.07
.01

3.23
1.58

.05
1.19

.03

.13
.14
.01


Acres

1.07
32.54
.18
.03
80.71

243.27

.67
.29
.03

66.37
.07
1,667.39
1 1
40.01

1.89
.10
.03

.55

.01

.04

.03


Acres

.30
3.55
.12

.19

3.13

.02
.04
.04

.03
.03
3.87
.01


1.76
.07
.03

.04





.02


Acres

.86
45.66
.17
.01
11.31

59.48

.92
1.92
.03

21.29
.04
3,139.78
.17
.01

3.19
.05

.04
.15

.10


.01
.05


Acres

48.91
712.61
16.27
.49
114.49

622.26
.16
5.53
6.80
3.29

100.90
2.71
5,160.01
1.14
40.06

86.92
80.23
.33
.25
44.06

.74

7.71
1.23
1.63


Source: Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry. Unpublished data.







Table 6. -- Acreage of Ornamental Plants of Various Types in Producing Nurseries,
Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 -- Continued


by Counties, During the


County Broadleaf Conifer Flowering Flowering Palms Roses Shade Trees TOTAL
Shrubs Trees


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach


Acres

1.00
6.53
1.88
59.54


2.67
16.65
85.32
.75
28.78

6.91
30.28
.59

1.95

94.83
12.95
13.34
.38
1.24

.96
.42
65.11
3.04
103.66


Acres

.19
30.21
.78
51.05


.62
3.72
110.71
.50
23.17

2.86
12.74
.17

.93

23.57
14.49
.58
.01
.39

.38
.06
36.67
2.22
26.28


Aeres

.85
1.76
1.71
63.67


1.12
6.90
116.47
.40
21.04

13.93
19.41
.55

2.05

27.57
5.29
2.01
1.39
15.27

2.51
.13
91.76
1.43
84.91


Acres

.22
.04
.32
9.01


.45
.60
26.38
.04
1.53


2.59
2.88
.12

.20

2.59
1.09
.01
.37
.13

.11
.05
3.98
.32
9.45


Acres

.38
5.20
1.82
56.12


6.29
.03
10.73
.01
23.09


.01

78.74
2.06
7.10
1.51
.12

.19
.12
24.85
.51
72.28


Acres

.07
.02
.05
2.79


.02
.02
.41
.01
1.00

.98
.77
.07

.05

.25
.22
.10
.03
.02

.02

16.27
.01
6.90


Acres

.25
.06
.17
14.30


.19
.06
26.82

1.81

5.36
2.50
.06

.05

6.73
51.38
18.09
.23
.02

.17
.04
12.05
.35
106.55


Acres

2.96
43.82
6.73
256.48


1.1.36
27.98
376.84
1.71
100.42

134.30
70.41
1.59

5.24

234.28
87.48
41.23
3.92
17.19

4.34
.82
250.69
7.88
410.03











Table 6. -- Acreage of Ornamental Plants of Various Types in Producing Nurseries, by Counties, During the


Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 --


Continued


County Broadleaf Conifer Flowering Flowering Palms Roses Shade Trees TOTAL
Shrubs Trees


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


Acres

4.04
43.65
28.43
5.23
20.46

4.05
12.81
7.93
53.66
.77

2.20
1.71
.42
33.26
.10

.02
1.14


Acres

13.12
43.73
31.81
1.99
3.28

.19
6.58
3.34
23.29
.22

10.84
.80
.17
34.02
.02

.02
1.14


Acres

3.22
30.88
44.09
13.52
9.04

7.24
6.75
6.71
21.64
.13

2.69
1.01
.51
14.66
.40

.17
3.05


Acres

.39
12.37
3.70
.63
.80


1.37
3.00
3.14
1.94
.06

.46
.25
.05
3.68
.20


.14


Acres

.38
67.81
17.14
.51
3.53


12.03
.51
1,075.15
5.13
.09

.08
.17
.11
8.40



.03


Acres

.14
1.71
2.29
.16
.15

.04

.28
.45
.06

.06
.05
.01
2.00
.05


.02


Acres

.65
28.73
9.85
.57
.10

1.66
1.00
6.23
23.30
.06

.04
.20
.01
7.59
.05

.01
.02


Acres

22.54
228.88
137.31
22.61
37.36

26.58
30.65
1,102.78
129.41
1.39


16.37
4.19
1.28
103.61
.82


.22
5.54


715.25 1,098.65 218.79 3,722,:1 50.83


TOTALS 1,610.05


3,612.65 11,028.33








Table 7. -- Number of Ornamental Plants of Various Types in the Plant Inventory at Producing Nurseries, by
Counties, During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968


County Broadleaf Conifer Flowering Flowering Palms Roses Shade Trees TOTAL
Shrubs Trees


-- Number of Plants --


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden


136,110
1,958,866
31,042
1,900
104,010

1,219,485
136
9,238
15,632
18,850

23,772
5,477
1,070,878
13,995
12

412,960
84,695
1,850
500
228,695


70,010
340,131
11,027
730
51,581

182,528
5
1,686
5,371
4,795

2,206
1,870
130,167
1,527
5

243,085
32,066
180
275
401,429


277,800
253,750
34,845
1,200
63,581


1,313,211
700
15,928
13,238
21 ,090


9,825
6,712
996,404
11,077
10

747,055
215,036

500
371,145


19,531
103,188
438
30
13,511

38,448

1,545
1,143
595

2,132
199
98,586
311
10

19,465
4,981

250
5,372


4,247
95,045
210
80
113,003

759,556

6,575
1,095
115

16,011
206
977,040
1,137
2,005

15,860
281
72

359


1,626
25,700
367

1,016

21,048

66
75
40

41
105
132,970
56


10,555
130
150

107


7,587
140,005
319
10
28,458

131,893

61,238
22,197
225

4,493
312
901,269
1,146
5

24,105
82

100
435


516,911
2,916,685
78,248
3,950
375,160

3,666,169
841
96,276
58,751
45,710

58,480
14,881
4,307,314
29,249
2,047

1,473,085
337,271
2,252
1,625
1,007,542


Source: Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry. Unpublished data.









Table 7. -- Number of Ornamental Plants of Various Types in the Plant Inventory at Producing Nurseries, by
Counties, During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 -- Continued

Flowering Flowering
County Broadleaf Conifer r ree Palms Roses Shade Trees TOTAL
Shrubs Trees


-- Number of Plants --


Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau


1,825

10,105
1,935
8,307

2,148
43,136
19,571
860,021


21,392
62,925
836,851
2,900
423,958

80,819
200,084
4,145

13,642

367,008
65,623
34,839
3,361
16,200


1,320

38,501
510
1,442


115
425,815
8,326
1,095,658


4,285
11,996
711,795
2,200
179,074

15,208
88,505
843

4,070

136,045
41,672
26,205
300
3,200


1,500

62,975
8,905
87,577


1,851
4,761
20,740
3,073,846


9,682
37,932
1,075,490
2,375
542,030

584,261
158,188
2,508

18,400

219,585
67,895
10,330
24,114
249,740


410

170
120
8


155
87
2,661
90,908


3,119
1,088
169,991
90
29,039

5,222
5,287
222

285

12,747
3,021
67
551
710


300

107

333


259
2,570
6,665
98,151


6,552
58
33,989
19
66,444

88,697
11,617
41

14

172,639
4,905
17,543
4,818
450


800


10
450


115


15
20
344
20,032


134
30
4,715
9
3,830

1,747
1,859
111

50

6,769
1,112
321
356
60


150
191
1,251
155,469


1,297
532
124,413

38,306

8,719
4,367
53

60

19,051
6,798
16,510
268
60


6,155

111,858
11,480
98,232


4,693
476,580
59,558
5,394,085


46,461
144,561
2,957,244
7,593
1,282,681

784,673
469,907
7,923

36,521

933,844
191,026
105,815
33,768
270,420







Table 7. -- Number of Ornamental Plants of Various Types in the Plant Inventory at Producing Nurseries, by
Counties, During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 -- Continued


County Broadleaf Conifer Flowering Flowering Palms Roses Shade Trees TOTAL
Shrubs Trees


-- Number of Plants --


Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


4,760
3,601
569,411
52,375
1,180,175

45,742
306,659
473,766
38,771
55,687


46,608
59,294
82,921
323,922
20,656

46,860
13,817
7,600
311,465
75

70
3,448


1,394
534
315,096
60,800
240.,203

27,565
410,575
314,359
36,443
22,117

2,044
23,702
31,544
258,825
5,022


41,190
6,445
2,740
6,939,797
19

15
2,325


13,408
1,491
4,761,606
34,925
1,196,049

29,582
217,309
4,275,802
61,874
54,755


27,503
36,768
44,788
137,602
1,514

42,308
11,229
3,650
143,545
375

1,184
14,125


576
147
22,380
5,585
42,755

1,681
24,964
26,932
5,148
1,878

3,030
828
13,578
12,192
56

4,138
1,130
200
29,958
12


457
329
1,229,360
11,010
457,569

3,835
95,776
100,383
3,227
1,196,636


20,007
712
48,554
31,404
447

931
751
400
37,780
---


82

243,188
10
147,290

484
6,157
8,417
511
392

215

1,605
953
82

1,095
270
450
11,150
12


40


376
215
100,623
20,305
396,414

2,216
50,957
93,120
2,334
444

23,712
873
17,932
83,749
181

357
855
40
83,970
5

4
45


21,053
6,317
7,241,664
185,010
3,700,455


111,105
1,112,397
5,292,779
148,308
1,331,909
I
123,119
122,177
240,922
848,647
279,958


136,879
34,497
15,080
7,557,665
498

1,273
20,357


21,729,184 833,196 5,748,675


668,084 2,581,361 56,647,594


TOTAL 12,066,581 13,020,513







Table 8. -- Acreage of Citrus Nursery Stock of Various Types in Producing Nurseries,
Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968


by Counties, During the


t 1 Lemons &
County Orange Grapefruit Tangerines Limes Miscellaneous Seedlings Total
Limes


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


Acres

1.40
1.18


19.28

10.71

3.67
2.23


6.25
.01
1.27
18.82


.64


.01
4.00


31.10


Acres

.07
.36
.01

.98

2.67

.25
.09


6.25

.64
.87
--ll

.51
.01


.01
4.00
.07

4.55


Acres

.12
8.01
.09
.01
.19

.16

.03
.64




.08
.06


.52
.14


.01


Acres

.08
1 .08
.01

.10

.40


.39


.04
.01
3.87
7.00


.18
.01


Acres

.06
2.88
.08
.01
1.04

19.62

1.16
.63
.02

1.21
.02
12.56
.39
.63


Acres

.90
5.54


2.56

1.23

.05
1.15




3.33
1 .94


Acres

2.63
19.05
.19
.02
24.15

34.79

5.16
5.13
.02

13.75
.04
21.75
29.08


2.48
.19


1.01

.06
13.00
1.13

55.15


.63
.03


1.00


.02
5.00
.52

2.05


17.30


SIncludes Satsumas.
Source: Florida Department of


Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry. Unpublished data.









Table 8. -- Acreage of Citrus Nursery Stock of Various Types in Producing Nurseries,
Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 -- Continued


by Counties, During the


C a Lemons &
County Orange Grapefruit Tangerines Lemons Miscellaneous Seedlings Total
Limes


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach


Acres

1.26
14.73
82.65
133.86


72.84



213.84

6.75
.01
.01



18.90
3.32
29.04
.01



1.20
101.37
15.72
18.82


Acres

.26
19.22
15.06
15.55


58.71

.13

37.38

.55
.12




4.23
.1 1
3.04




.41
22.55
1 .41
5.06


Acres


4.07
4.58
9.93


.20
.01
2.87

43.21

.05
.25
.02



.58
.51
.26

.03

.01

17.01
1.37
3.18


Acres

.01

.17
3.29


.19

.01

.77


.04




1.99
. 1 1
.02
.06


.01

2.19
.19
.95


Acres

.11
.11
.27
1.21


.13
.02
2.50

6.36

4.47
.54
.02



1.68
.12
2.20
.03
.14

.04
.02
8.54
2.15
3.18


Acres


4.16
36.57
14.89


9.66
.03
3.15

128.72


.16
.02



3.31
2.46
3.00




.16
24.63
5.50
.02


Acres

1.64
42.29
139.30
178.73
---

141.73
.06
8.66

430.28
430.28


11.82
1.12
.07


30.69
6.63
37.56
.10
.17

.06
1.79
176.29
26.34
31.21










Table 8. -- Acreage of Citrus Nursery Stock of Various
Fiscal Year July 1, 1967


Types in Producing Nurseries,
to June 30, 1968 -- Continued


by Counties, During the


.I Lemons &
County Orange Grapefruit Tangerines Lemons Miscellaneous Seedlings Total
Limes


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


Acres

121.88
4.17
273.27
.53
.10

24.38

1.91
3.96
.01




20.48


Acres

7.29
.61
86.07
.05
.06

25.99

.63
.99
.01




1 .92


Acres

12.70
.32
28.94
.21
.18


1.10
i---i
.02
.49
.01

.02
.02
.02
6.14



.01


Acres

.39
.37
9.28
.05
.03


.20

.18
. 1 1
.02

.02
.01

.19


.01
.01


Acres

1.14
2.68
5.75
.09
.05


.27

.35
1.72
.16

.05
.02
.01
.69


Acres

8.01
1.14
113.77
.18
.02

6.31

1.73
3.25


.20
.02

18.89


Acres

151.41
9.29
517.08
1.11
.44

58.25

4.82
10.52
.21

.29
.07
.03
48.31


155.97 34.07 88.86


TOTAL 1,265.59 328.75


423.96 2,297.20





Table 9. -- Number of Plants


of Citrus Nursery Stock of Various Types in Producing Nurseries, by Counties,
During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968


l Lemons &-
County Orange Grapefruit Tangerines Miscellaneous Seedlings Total
Limes


-- Number of Plants --


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duva 1
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


3,370
7,420


170,203

18,922

18,947
7,092


11,650
15
13,010
80,895


1,197


20
11,400


146,181


43
2,260
20

4,503

3,457

741
214


7,200

6.036
4,555


620
2


233
16,265
191
20
962

905

75
2,110




550
27


800
129


73
6,180
50

686

2,162


2,469


103
15
59,373
23,733


308
4


7


8
10,800
221

20,502


20
16,000
2,022

9,577


15

10
---


94
16,863
301
30
5,078

53,331
m--
3,716
9,913
20

1,383
49
239,304
1,283


2,207
37


6,450

30

1 ,426

1,511


3,604
56,300


16,203

16,200

135
17,450




139,538
52,864


320,450


7,417
105,288
562
50
197,635

95,977

23,614
39,248
20

20,336
79
457,811
163,357


5,132
172


6,457

93
38,200
3,679

498,221


IIncludes Satsumas.
Source: Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry. Unpublished data.










Table 9. -- Number of Plants of Citrus Nursery Stock of Various Types in Producing Nurseries, by Counties
During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 -- Continued

Oag Lemons &
Orange Grapefruit Tangerines Lemons Miscellaneous Seedlings Total
Limes


-- Number of Plants


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach


1,024
47,853
869,566
566,336
---


327,442



1,164,269

35,014
9
2



90,221
10,094
177,440
24


7,090
568,725
67,515
129,736


47
56,460
134,761
125,229


233,792

289

309,987

4,032
83




23,251
149
9,187




3,695
371,378
1,725
11,962


1,840
48,300
51,416


886
4
10,337

305,120

190
399
28


1,664
753
544

80


7

100,055
4,653
8,195


14

1 ,823
23,660


929

!5

4,449


67




!b,75i
137
20
1,892


6

22,364
1,220
3,414


176
205
5,200
8,753


794
32
8.739

20,479

56,182
407
20



12,689
386
10,299
165
280

25
70
718,208
17,300
18,287


21,480
449,770
232,710


67,088
250
123,140

7,335,926


1,020
86



18,291
27,215
15,000




1 ,600
605,868
58,411
40


1 ,261
139,838
1 ,509,420
1 ,008,104


630,931
286
142,520

9,140,230

95,418
1 ,985
136



162,873
38,734
212,490
2,081
360

38
12,455
2,386,598
150,824
171 ,634











Table 9. -- Number of Plants of Citrus Nursery Stock of Various Types in Producing Nurseries, by Counties
During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 -- Continued


Grapefruit


1 Lemons &
Tangerines Limes
L imres


Miscellaneous


-- Number of Plants --


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


42,239
480
125,915
365
401

6,444

22
8,093
5

45
30
60
31,194



25


740
1 ,686
106,420
64
64


1 ,398

785
305
97

35
5

292


2
20


4,103
5,191
79,313
326
217

499

1 ,050
22,296
1 ,298

150
68
60
1 ,977


69,474
5,568
3,180,471
1,661
30


80,169

12,395
62,283


6,500
275

257,400


701,064
30,159
5,673,608
3,531
1 ,400


287,497

24,774
177,667
1 ,425

6,730
378
120
424,886


811,682 283,861 1,338,273


County


Orange


Seedlings


Total


556,704
14,468
1,619,024
1,070
605


82,009

8,880
68,298
10




122,818


27,804
2,766
562,465
45
83

117,018

1,642
16,392
15




11,205


13,256,865 24,803,893


TOTAL 7,026,568 2,086,644








Table 10. -- Acreage of General Nursery Plants of Various Types and Tropical Fruit Plants in Producing
Nurseries, by Counties, During The Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968


General Nursery Stock
County Tropical
Ber Deciduous Deciduous GrapesFruit
Fruit Nuts


Acres


Alachua
baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


.01
.26
.01


2.11


.10



.01


Acres

.38
30.25
.08
.01
.40


.03


.16
.03


.05
.05
.06


1.42
.25


.15

.01

.12

.12


Acres

53.05
38.01
.01
.01

.17
---


.02
.01




.16
.02


Acres

.04
1.26
04
.01
.01

.01


.11
.01


.03
.05
.01



.01


.01

.02



.01


Acres

54.09
69.53
.16
.03
.42

.21


.45
.09

.02
.10
.36
.08


3.79
.28


.16


Acres

.06



.66

7.17

.22



1.29

14.83
.08


.01


.14

.37

.14


.01



.10


of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry. Unpublished data.


Source: Florida Department







Table 10. -- Acreage of General Nursery Plants of Various Types and Tropical Fruit Plants in Producing
Nurseries, by Counties, During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 -- Continued


General Nursery Stock Tropical
Tropical
County Fruit
Deciduous Deciduous
Berries us Grapes Total
Fruit Nuts


Acres



.05
1.98


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach


1.23

3.66


.04




.01
.08


2.59
if--


Acres

.12
.07
9.82


.02
.01
107.59

14.43


Acres



.01
.05




349.25


.51
.02



.01
.05


.21

.31
5.00
5.00


Acres

.02
.06
.34




16.67

2.33


.06
.01

.01

.02
.03




.01

.04


Acres



.35
1.00


Acres

.14
.19
12.19


.02
.01
474.74

20.56

.03
1.17
.05

.02

.28
1.09


.01

.23

3.00
5.00
5.00


.53
.01
.02



1.01
.02
.28
.08



.01
.59

12.72











Table 10. -- Acreage of General Nursery Plants of Various Types and Tropical Fruit Plants in Producing
Nurseries, by Counties, During the Fiscal Year July 1, 1967 to June 30, 1968 -- Continued


General Nursery Stock
County Tropical
Fruit
Deciduous Deciduous G s
Berries Grapes Total
Fruit Nuts


Acres


.11
.32
.33
1.06
.01


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


Acres

.49
.54
1.17
.15
.32


.02

.05
.29
.08

.04
.04
.02
.57
.20


Acres

.03
.03

.06
.04


1 .00
.01

.01


.01

.03


2.00


Acres

.03
.09
.43
.04
.05


.02
.01
.06

.02
.02
.01
.36


.01
.01


Acres

.66
.98
1.93
1.31
.42


Acres

.04
1.77
1.18
.01
.04


.46
---
.89
.10
m---


.01

.53


.02
1 .00
.08
.34
.15

.07
.08
.03
1.15
.20

2.04
.02


181.96 445.06 22.50


664.63


47.08


TOTAL 15.11





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Table 11. -- Approximate Acreage of Various Types of Nursery Stock
Years Ending June 30, 1957 through June 30, 1968


in Florida, Fiscal


Type Stock 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62


--- Acres ---


Ornamental


Broadleaf Evergreens
Conifers
Flowering Shrubs
Flowering Trees
Palms
Roses
Shade Trees

Total

General & Tropical Fruit


General


Berries
Deciduous Fruit
Deciduous Nuts
Grapes

Total

Tropical Fruit

Citrus

Orange
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Lemons & Limes
Miscellaneous
Seedlings

Total


Includes Satsumas
2
Includes Tangelos + Miscellaneous
Source: Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry.


691
238
968
162
689
33
331


3,112


722
249
928
153
805
46
1,413

4,316


911
292
820
124
821
39
1,358

4,365


931
300
952
121
1,012
29
1,660

5,005


1,085
307
999
153
985
28
3,108

6,665


1,136
400
1,034
193
1,150
29
6,030

9,972


3
47
284
14

348


476


1,289
114
30
37
41
898

2,409


1,554
93
43
25
34
1,193

2,942


1,773

75
30
32
1,398

3,419


2,175
159
93
29
53
877

3,386


2,495
164
76
52
58
960

3,805


2,541
154
79
30
49
905

3,758




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Table 11. -- Approximate Acreage of Various Types of Nursery Stock in Florida, Fiscal
Years Ending June 30, 1957 through June 30, 1968 -- Continued


Type Stock 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68


--- Acres ---


Ornamental


Broadleaf Evergreens
Conifers
Flowering Shrubs
Flowering Trees
Palms
Roses
Shade Trees

Total

General & Tropical Fruit


General


Berries
Deciduous Fruit
Deciduous Nuts
Grapes

Total

Tropical Fruit

Citrus

Orange
Grapefrui t
Tanger ines
Lemons & Limes
Miscellaneous
Seed i ngs


4,979 3,807 2,263


1,082
376
930
178
2,631
51
4,444

9,692


1,137
499
925
188
2,518
44
4,344

9,655


1,378
532
1,042
259
2,790
65
3,514

9,550


1,430
552
1,025
216
2,620
60
3,535

9,438


1,542
702
1,115
220
2,984
66
3,620

10,249


1,610
715
1,098
219
3,722
51
3,613

11,028


12
95
204
17

328

46


20
110
256
21

407

43


1 ,981
122
75
26
92
999


2,024
117
77
20
70
1,537


3,265
231
113
73
153
1,712


2,882
405
138
64
126
1,364


2,309
414
126
59
111
788


1,266
329
121
34
89
424


3,295 3,845 5,547


Total









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Table 12. -- Approximate Amounts of Various Types of Nursery Stock
Years Ending June 30, 1957 through June 30, 1968


in Florida, Fiscal


Type Stock 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62


--- 1,000 Plants --


Ornamental


Broadleaf Evergreens
Conifers
Flowering Shrubs
Flowering Trees
Palms
Roses
Shade Trees


Tota I


6,506
5,407
14,953
566
8,965
263
1,830


7,600
1,999
17,552
516
10,243
232
2,551


8,643
5,364
15,740
469
18,378
283
6,102


38,490 40,693 54,979


9,281
5,776
23,504
582
18,011
224
2,752


9,633
5,817
20,318
575
11,181
239
2,686


60,130 50,449


General and Tropical Fruit


General


Berries
Deciduous Fruit
Deciduous Nuts
Grapes


7
230
245
56

538


Tota I


Tropical Fruit

Citrus

Orange
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Lemons & Limes
Miscellaneous
Seedlings


Total


6,339
268
140
188
118
27,524


5
298
1 ,465
48

1,816


8,383
262
195
200
144
25,375


4
247
1,799
55

2,105


7,847
378
298
226
318
20,055


34,577 34,559 29,122


6
178
539
23

746

240


9,692
634
417
283
305
17,528


6
247
2,758
23

3,034


229


10,771
582
309
259
783
16,150


28,859 28,854


Source: Florida Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industry.


9,435
5,894
19,909
553
10,707
250
3,667

50,416


17
308
1,233
39

1,597


10,150
416
362
232
748
21,182

33,090








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Table 12. -- Approximate Amounts of Various Types of Nursery Stock in Florida, Fiscal
Years Ending June 30, 1957 through June 30, 1968 -- Continued


Type Stock 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68


--- 1,000 Plants --

Ornamental

Broadleaf Evergreens 9,324 10,224 10,280 11,066 12,614 12,067
Conifers 9,124 9,694 10,725 5,346 27,i28 13,021
Flowering Shrubs 15,628 14,258 16,167 19,788 17,760 21,729
Flowering Trees 764 613 646 683 933 833
Palms 6,293 5,820 7,061 6,116 6,298 5,749
Roses 385 523 561 514 2,566 668
Shade Trees 2,515 3,472 2,334 2,400 2,752 2,581

Total 44,033 44,604 47,774 45,913 70,051 56,648

General and Tropical Fruit

General

Berries 19 138 98 172 94 128
Deciduous Fruit 238 675 575 838 1,426 1,268
Deciduous Nuts 3,042 1,076 1,598 2,366 3,963 5,681
Grapes 51 65 56 55 148 98

Total 3,350 1,954 2,327 3,431 5,631 7,175

Tropical Fruit 280 268 298 307 313 291

Citrus

Orange 8,366 8,647 14,448 13,983 11,874 7,027
Grapefruit 1,277 429 1,217 2,047 2,504 2,087
Tangerines 476 365 512 722 762 657
Lemons & Limes 296 167 540 386 463 284
Miscellaneous 1,573 828 1,117 1,001 1,267 1,338
Seedlings 15,718 29,332 40,331 30,065 18,435 13,257


47,482 35,305 24,650


27,706 39,768 58,165


Total







-31-


Table 13. -- Cash Farm Receipts from Marketings of Greenhouse and Nursery Products,a
Average by Five-Year Periods 1925-29 to 1960-64 and Annually 1965, 1966 and 1967


Cash Receipts from Proportion Greenhouse
Nursery & Greenhouse All Farm and Nursery of Total
Period Products Products


1925-29

1930-34

1935-39

1940-44


1945-49

1950-54

1955-59

1960-64


1965

1966

1967


$1,000

5,079

3,186

3,830

5,405


13,290

23,946

33,292

56,600


71,444

76,786

83,461


$1,000

117,701

94,063

418,751

228,866



374,090

526,782

692,923

876,649



986,923

1,021,842

1,062,212


Percent

4.3

3.4

3.2

2.3



3.6

4.6

4.8

6.4



7.3


a
Includes grower sales of cut flowers, florists' greenery, foliage plants,
all nursery products and miscellaneous horticultural specialty products. No
separate data on grower cash receipts for individual flower or nursery crops
are released in this series.

Source: U.S. Economic Research Service. The Farm Income Situation.







-32-


Table 14. -- Gross Value Reported for Regular Salesa by Nursery and Landscape
Dealers in Florida, by Counties, 1967


County Sales County Sales


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

B rowa rd
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Inidan River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake


$1 ,000

117
70
140
1
934

3,545
N.A.
80
45
N.A.

1 ,355
26
3,619
40
N.A.

1,272
69
2
N.A.
3


N.A.
N.A.
2
N.A.
N.A.

,N.A.
23

1 ,009
N. A.

86
N.A.
63
N.A.
585


Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau


Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach

Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Sem i no 1 e
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


STATE TOTAL


188
N.A.
1
N.A.
N.A.

639
342
729
148
13


166
N. A.
2,280
3
2,595

82
3,010
554
9
280

22
2
622
70
1

N.A.
4
N.A.
459
N.A.

1
N.A.


25,422


Data may include many non-nursery items. Operators of some businesses
not classified as nurserymen, but with nursery product sales, may report
these sales in other categories.
Source: Records of Florida Revenue Commission.







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Table 15. -- Estimated Acreage, Sales per Acre and Total Sales at Wholesale Value of
Woody Ornamental and Deciduous and Subtropical Fruit and Nut Nursery'Stock in
Florida, 1958 to 1968, with Projecti-ons to 1975 and 1980


Area in Estimated Area Estimated Total Estimated
Year Nursery in Actual Sales Per Sales
Stocka Production Acre


Estimates for:


1958
1959
1960
1961


1962
1963
1964
1965


1966
1967
1968


Acres


4,779
4,780
5,243
7,186


8,015
10,112
9,997
9,925


9,887
10,945
11,735


Acres


3,345
3,346
3,670
5,030


5,610
7,085
6,998
6,948


6,921
7,662
8,214


Dollars


2,455
2,830
2,923
2,517


2,601
2,333
2,638
2,935


3,226
3,116
3,318


Dollars


8,213,000
9,470,000
10,727,000
12,660,000


14,593,000
16,526,000
18,459,000
20,392,000


22,325,000
24,258,000
27,250,000


Projections for:


1975
1980


-14,380
18,358


* 10,066
12,851


4,500c
4,800c


45,297,000O
61,685,000c


Citrus nursery stock not included. Acreage figures from 1958 to 1967 based on
data from the Division of Plant Industry of the Florida State Department of Agri-
culture.

Business analysis work by Dr. E. W. Cake indicates that approximately 70 percent
of the nursery.acreage is in actual plant production.

Based on 1969 price level.
/
Source: Estimates by Dr. E. W. Cake, Economist, University of Florida Agricul-
tural Extension Service, prepared in connection with 1969 DARE project.






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Table 16.


-- Population Count and Projections in Florida Counties, Selected Years,
1950 to 1975 -- Continued


County April 1, 1950 April 1, 1960 July 1, 1968 July I, 1970 July 1, 1975
(Census) (Census) (Estimate) (Projection) (Projection)


Lee
Leon
Levy
Li berty
Madison

Mana tee
Ma r i on
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

.. loosa
:. 2cnchobee
'i enge
Scceol
:'?lm Bch

[';S CO
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie.
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

SiV.annee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Wal ton
Washington


STATE
TOTAL


Number

23,400
51,600
10,600
3,200
14,200

34,700
38,200
7:800
30,000
12,800

27,500
3,500
115,000
11 ,400
114,700

20,500
159,200
124,000
23,600
25,000

20,200
18,600
28,800
26,900
11,300

17,000
10,400
8,900
74,200
5,300

14,700
11,900

2,771,300


Nimr. er

54,500
74,200
10,400
3,100
14,200

69,200
51,600
16,900
47,900
17,200

61,200
6,400
263,500
19,000
228,100

36,800
374,700
195,100
32,200
30,000

39,300
29,500
76,900
54,900
11 ,900

15,000
13,200
6,000
125,300
5,300.

15,600
11,200

4,951,600


Number

83,200
91,000
12,400
2,900
14,900

83,500
65,500
23,900
62,500
19,500

85,000
9,900
318,000
21,500
304,300

52,000
450,000
244,000
33,900
33,000

49,500
35,300
104,000
73,000
14,000

17,300
13,500
6,600
168,000
5,700

16,200
11,800

6,202,000


N Llumller

90,900
95,900
12,700
2,800
14,900

86,400
70,000
26,100
67,900
20,300

91,8CO
10,700
331,400
22,000
325,400

54,400
471,200
253,700
34,000
33,800

52,000
37,200
110,100
78,800
14,200

17,900
13,600
6,700
183,100
5,700

16,400
11,800

6,528,000


Number

113,200
109,500
13,800
2,700
15,000

100,600
82,200
32,200
79,030
21,700

137,700
12,500
400,000
30,200
393,600


67,800
532,600
280,800
34,800
35,600

58,900
41,500
131,600
96,300
15,000

18,500
13,700
7,000
215,000
5,830

17,030
12,100

7,463,000


Source: 1950 Bureau of Economic and Business Research. Florida Statistical
Abstract 1967. Gainesville: University of Florida, 1967. 1960 to 1965 -
Beller, Ronald E. Projections of the Population of Fl.-rida Counties for
July 1, 1970 and ouly 1, 1975. (Population Series, Eul. No. 20.) Gaines-
ville: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, Uniesrsity of Florida
March 1969.












Table 17. -.- P..io:; i Incomie Per Capita ir. Florida, ot.,l: Southeastern States.
Other Selfctcd States arid the United Szates, 19 0, 1 55, 1960, 15c5 and i;:1

Year

19:90 1955 1960 13~5 196,



State Di.l lars Do1 ars Dol jars Dollars Dollars

Alab-,.-. 880 1,233 1,488 1,923 2,163

Arkan ,s 825 1,'42 1,372 1,839 2,099

FLORIDA 1,?81 1 ,20 1,950 2,450 2,353

Georgi 1,034 1,375 1,639 2,171 2,541

Kentuc,y 981 1,329 1,574 2,038 2,426

Louis I, i20 1,39 3 1,655 2,084 2,456

Missis pop i 755 1,020 1,205 1,615 1,896

North Co '. ina 1,037 1,313 1,561 2,054 2,439

So jth Carolina 893 1,181 1,377 1,852 2,213

Tennes' : 994 1,281 1,543 2,047 2,394

Virgini. 1,228 1,571 1,841 2,422 2,804

WIesl ulnia 1 ,065 1,326 1,594 2,029 2,334

California 1,852 2,313 2,710 3,274 3,665

New "ork 1,873 2,283 2,746 3,296 3,756

Texas 1,349 1,667 1,925 2,360 2,744

INITED S,1TES 1,496 1,876 2,215 2,765 3,'59



Source: Bureau cf Ecooomic and busiinec.s Research. Florida Statistical
Ab3tract: 1 06 Gainesville: University of Florida, 1967. pp. 115-116.








Table 18. -- Personal !nco;: Per Capita, by Counties,


Year


County 1960 Sll1 1962 1963 1364 1965 1966


Dollars


1,678
944
1,523
865
2,310

1,793
762
1,313
1,145
1,216

2,088
1,158
2,368
1 ,253
988

2,293
1,882
1,485
964
1,188


Dollars

1,631
1,077
1,654
963
2,396

1,732
834
1,241
1,119
1,298

1,951
1,295
2,365
1,373
1,083

2,370
1,872
1,524
971
1,203


Dollars

1,723
1,072
1,715
1,108
2,510

1,869
858
1,413
1,279
1,467

2,204
1,349
2,425
1,563
1,156

2,416
1,941
1,876
1,027
1,287


Dollars

1,950
1 ,383
1,769
1 ,340
3,309

1,975
1,052
1,329
1,340
1,204

2,232
1,526
2,414
1,622
1,370

2,468
2,048
1,771
1,336
1,215


Dollars Dollars


2,017
1,299
1,915
1,381
3,585

2,138
1,043
1,384
1,457
1,318

2,320
1,668
2,600
1,831
1,328

2,637
2,150
1,661
1,751
1,378


2,394
1,443
2,0c55
1,471
3,715

2,505
1,133
1,586
1,597
1,385

2,350
1,699
3,085
1,887
1,460

2,756
2,393
1,535
1,831
1,418


Dollars

2, 72
1, -'J
2,205
4,1 2


1 ,881
1,453
1,370

2,827
1,7 9
3,089
1,963
1,620

2,978
2,601
1,876
1,872
1 ,4i 2


Source: State data are from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Business Economics; county
data are estimates of the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida,
Gainesville.


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden


- --


in Florida, 1960 to 1966








Table 18. -- Personal Income Per Capita, by Counties, in Florida, 1960 to 1966 -- Continued


Year


County 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966

Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars Dollars

Gilchrist 1,051 1,154 1,487 1,550 1,394 1,457 1,368
Glades 1,515 1,518 1,687 2,642 2,658 2,520 2,879
Gulf 1,866 1,672 2,034 2,132 2,238 2,569 3,009
Hamilton 968 961 1,092 1,334 1,261 1,489 1,777
Hardee 1,507 1,688 1,539 1,573 1,767 1,804 2,002

Hendry 2,776 2,731 2,776 3,334 3,400 3,133 3,254
Hernando 1,417 1,363 1,529 1,531 1,653 1,683 1,743
Highlands 1,748 1,835 1,659 1,686 2,025 1,948 2,233
Hillsborough 1,868 1,946 2,040 2,230 2,287 2,477 2,674 o,
Holmes 756 756 763 985 924 943 1,006

Indian River 1,811 1,970 1,893 1,918 2,190 2,158 2,597
Jackson 1,115 1,130 1,227 1,299 1,359 1,454 1,488
Jefferson 962 1,005 1,033 1,190 1,209 1,310 1,348
Lafayette 1,028 987 1,158 1,597 1,448 1,662 1,828
Lake 1,918 2,165 1,917 1,836 2,019 2,042 2,236

Lee 1,654 1,618 1,692 1,763 1,952 2,583 2,430
Leon 1,735 1,735 1,773 2,009 2,476 2,509 2,546
Levy 1,115 1,077 1,218 1,453 1,460 1,523 1,512
Liberty 1,039 998 1,370 1,358 1,311 1,417 1,613
Madison 931 980 1,079 1,238 1,195 1,303 1,290

Manatee 1,351 1,417 1,565 1,598 1,648 1,804 1,973
Marion 1,421 1,465 1,510 1,602 1,679 1,718 1,765
Martin 1,726 1,642 1,697 1,622 1,689 1,840 2,354
Monroe 2,577 2,073 1,904 2,226 2,403 2,370 2,595
Nassau 1,439 1,517 1,787 1,965 1,973 2,055 2,298







Table 18. -- Personal Incor;e Per Capita, by Counties, in Florida, 1960 to 1966 -- Continued


Year


County 1960 i961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966


Dollars Dollars Dollars Do!lars Dollars Dollars Dollars

Okaloosa 1,827 1,851 1,689 2,090 2,132 2,347 2,712
Okeechobee 1,065 1,008 1,283 1,394 1,429 1,789 1,930
Orange 2,460 2,375 2,4i9 2,427 2,552 2,847 2,840
Osceola 1,187 1,285 1,350 1,418 1,606 1,547 1,757
Palm Beach 2,135 2,218 2,422 2,465 2,602 2,725 2,954

Pasco 1.214 1,314 1,370 1,330 1,399 1,486 1,415
Pinellas 1,847 1,860 1,995 2,102 2,199 2,269 2,410
Polk 1,951 2,040 2,041 1,991 2,202 2,444 2,520
Putnam 1,457 1,497 1,545 1.637 1,691 1,914 2,181
St. Johns 1,605 1,597 1,801 1,826 1,836 1,847 2,188

St. Lucie 1,489 1,463 1,548 1,669 1,868 1,832 1,996
Santa Rosa 962 1,432 1,340 1,481 1,494 1,608 1,868
Sarasota 2,184 2,180 2,355 2,421 2,494 2,694 2,893
Seminol 1,248 1,165 1,278 1,365 1,462 1,666 1,617
Sumter 1,108 1,161 1,265 1,412 1,361 1,448 1,600

Suwannee 1,151 1,166 1,219 1,430 1,427 1,553 1,569
Taylor 1,372 1,483 1,533 1,682 1,783 1,971 2,224
Union 1,622 1,815 1,921 2,012 1,933 2,043 2,085
Volusia 1,714 1,731 1,843 1,962 1,982 2,027 2,127
Wakulla 909 887 955 948 980 1,069 1,083

Walton 810 902 902 991 1,018 1,055 1,129
Washington 902 861 923 1,101 1,069 1,068 1,202


2,438 2,647


2,051 2,145 2,287


1,950 1,970


Florida










Table 19. -- Total Personal Income and Personal Income Per Capita in Florida, by County,
1967, and County Rank in 1967 and 1960

Total Personal Income Personal income per capital
Amount in 1967 Rank in -- Amount in 1967 Rank in --
ounty 1967 1960 1967 1960


Dollars


Dade
Duval
Hillsborough
Broward
Pinellas

Brevard
Orange
Palm Beach
Polk
Escambia

Volusia
Sarasota
Okaloosa
Leon
Alachua

Lee
Bay
Manatee
Lake
Monroe

Marion
Seminole
St. Lucie
Indian River
Collier


3,822,433
1,692,194
1,286,063
1,198,815
1,132,483

976,854
955,855
913,155
605,874
556,251

366,141
297,144
252,702
233,648
230,941

194,521
173,462
173,250
152,701
137,036

122,109
109,807
97,203
87,960
80,776


3,413
3,301
2,833
2,504
2,555

4,404
3,067
3,080
2,546
2,867

2,208
2,995
3,063
2,625
2,534

2,449
2,532
2,113
2,367
2,225

1,890
1,515
1,984
2,634
2,785


o








Table 19. -- Total


Personal Income and Personal Income Per Capita in Florida, by County,
1967, and County Rank in 1967 and 1960 -- Continued


Total Personal Income


Amount in 1967


County


Rank in --
1967 1960


Personal income er capital
Amount in 1967 Rank in --
196 :' i '


Pasco
Putnam
St. Johns
Santa Rosa
Martin

Gadsden
Jackson
Highlands
Columbia
Nassau

Hendry
Charlotte
Osceola
Clay
Taylor

Gulf
Suwannee
Hardee
Sumter
Hernando

DeSoto
C i trus
Bradford
Levy


Dol ar


$1 ,000

79,754
74,589
72,163
63,438
61 .985

61,849
56,431
54,993
47,601
46,173

41,006
40,309
38,058
34,837
31 ,548

30,923
29,780
28,880
26,581
26,470
- 7- 7
24,506

21,536


1,631
2,227
2.200
1 ,.3


1,581
1 ,583
1,583
2,174
1,935
2,380

3,417
1,995
1 ,770
1,452
2,354

3,255
1,73,
2,006
1 ,926
1,930

1,914
1,815
1,797
1,765


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Table 19. -- Total Personal Income and-Personal Income Per Capita in Florida, by County,
1967,'and County Rank in 1967 and 1960 -- Continued

Total Personal Income Personal income per capitala
County Amount in 1967 Rank in -- Amount in 1967 Rank in --
S 1967 91960 1967 1960


$1- 000 B ol1 a rs
Walton 19,413 51 48 1,213 65 65
Okeechobee 18,714 52 56 1,949 38 51
Hamilton 17,330 53 55 2,1,40 32 56
Glades, 15,526 54 64 4,086 2 28
Washington 14,946 55 52 1,267 64 63

Franklin 14,536 56 59 1,991 36 57
Jefferson 13,774 57 53 1,465 60 58
Holmes 11,441 58 54 :995 67 67
Baker 11,568 59 57 1,606 54 60
Calhoun 10,441 60 60 1,339 62 66

Flagler 8,585 61 58 1,683 52 31
Dixie 8,473 62 63 1,695 51 55
Union 7,283 63 61 2,265 26 25
Wakulla 6,832 64 62 1,199 66 62
Lafayett- 5,214 65 66 1,798 46 54

Gilchrist 5,135 66 67 1,510 59 52
Liberty 4,819 67 65 1,606 55 53
FLORIDA 17,101,000 2,853
Amounts per capital are based on population estimates of Bureau of Economic and
Business Research, University of Florida, for 1967, and on the 1960 Census of Pop-
ulation for 1960. Inmates and patients in state institutions are excluded from the
population in Alachua, Gadsden, and Union counties in 1960 and 1967, and in Baker,
Broward, Dade, DeSoto, Jackson, Lee, and Orange counties in 1967. The inmates and
patients of these institutions have not been excluded from the population in deter-
mining the income per capital of the state.
Source: State data are from the U. S. Department of Commerce, Office of Business
Economics; county data are estimates of the Bureau of Economic and Business Research,
University of Florida, Galnesville.







Table 20. -- Distribution of Total Personal Income by Primary Class in Florida Counties, 1967

Net Wages Other Pro-
County and Labor prietors' Property Transfer
Total Salaries Income Income Income Payments


$1 000

230,941
11,568
173,462
23,364
976,854

1,198,815
10,441
40,309
24,506
34,837

80,776
47,601
3,822,433
22,397
8,473

1,692,194
556,251
8,585
14,536
61,849


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


5,135
15,526
30,923
17,330
28,880


$1 000

152,021
6,912
122,344
11,998
707,779


633,667
5,725
16,964
10,643
17,912

37,820
28,155
2,431,973
10,712
5,180

1,021,838
384,156
4,470
9,619
34,517

2,246
5,499
16,411
10,345
12,407


$1,000

6,317
376
4,316
713
29,086

34,297
369
1,235
812
1,320

1 ,800
1,674
104,518
918
415

40,122
16,342
346
358
1,730

117
309
1,328
446
863


$1,000

25,253
1,676
10,348
2,562
77,023

104,983
1,824
5,083
2,741
5,801

11,541
7,109
306,517
5,158
946

110,806
30,841
1,518
1,426
7,764

1,579
7,429
1,793
3,568
9,123


$1,000

26,242
927
14,640
1,933
95,840

281,984
903
7,460
5,473
5,469

22,745
4,311
666,632
2,383
839

325,359
56,456
1,087
1,162
10,462

428
1,555
8,725
1,436
3,469


$1.000

21,108
1,677
21,814
6,158
67,126

143,884
1,620
9,567
4,837
4,335

6,870
6,352
312,793
3,226
1,093

194,069
68,456
1,164
1,971
7,376

765
734
2,666
1,535
3,018










Table 20. -- Distribution of Total Personal Income by Primary Class in Florida Counties, 1967 -- Continued

Net Wages Other Pro-
County and aLabor prietors' Property Transfer
Total Salaries Income Income Income Payments
a


$1 000


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach


41,006
25,470
54,993
1,286,063
11,441

87,960
56,431
13,774
5,214
152,701

194,521
233,648
21,536
4,819
19,421

173,250
122,109
61,985
137,036
46,173

252,702
18,714
955,855
38,058
913,155


$1 ,000

20,207
13,138
25,342
813,525
4,907

46,159
31,212
6,731
1,794
67,840

104,585
161,908
11,298
2,792
9,559

83,325
68,870
26,427
93,394
29,167

190,010
8,499
601,772
16,300
462,336


$1,000

1,010
773
1,412
40,280
420

2,938
1,894
389
163
4,159

4,677
5,242
598
237
718

5,730
4,092
1,872
2,726
2,179

3,782
502
30,176
1,357
26,891


$1,000

13,267
3,282
11,309
101,474
2,383

11,089
9,317
3,255
2,253
30,633

24,985
20,541
4,250
571
4,132

19,033
14,554
10,013
10,010
4,803

13,119
5,964
83,694
8,159
104,415


$1,000

4,314
3,732
9,338
204,051
904

18,066
6,127
1,618
432
30,895

35,326
27,066
2,666
384
2,031

35,942
17,641
16,272
14,865
4,492

16,961
1,994
161,190
5,487
235,240


$1,000

2,208
4,545
7,592
126,733
2,827

9,708
7,881
1,781
572
19,174

24,948
18,891
2,724
835
2,981

29,220
16,952
7,401
16,041
5,532

28,830
1,755
79,023
6,755
84,273






Table 20. -- Distribution of Total Personal Income by Primary Class in Florida Counties, 1967 -- Continued

Net Wages Other Pro-
and aLabor prietors' Property Transfer
Total Salaries Income Income Income Payments


$1,000


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


FLORIDA


79,754
1,132,483
605,874
74,589
72,163

97,203
63,438
297,144
109,807
26,581

29,780
31,548
7,283
366,141
6,832

19,413
14,946

17,101,000


$1.000

33,628
549,829
355,450
45,860
38,808

49,912
42,444
131,863
61,592
12,067

15,035
20,887
3,584
188,140
3,919

9,802
7,770


10,173,000


aExcludes personal contributions for social


insurance.


Source: State data are from U. S. Department of Commerce, Office of Business Economics; county data
are estimates by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida, Gainesville.


$1,000

3,051
34,630
21,502
3,729
2,203

5,325
3,767
3,894
3,413
769

724
1,708
513
12,736
310

843
539

494,000


$1 ,000

12,412
84,319
68,636
7,774
8,265

12,945
5,596
24,778
13,448
3,785

7,570
2,448
1,332
33,549
760

3,014
2,452


1,554,000


$1 ,000

12,593
276,027
97,961
9,061
13,718

16,453
4,821
94,370
15,020
2,202

3,076
3,187
564
78,107
666

1,876
1,344


3,036,000


$1,000

18,070
187,678
62,325
8,165
9,169

12,568
6,810
42,239
16,334
7,758

3,375
3,318
1,290
53,609
1,177


3,878
2,841


1,844,000









Table 21. -- Number of Apartment Buildings and Number of Apartment Units, by County, in Florida 1960, 1964,
1967, and 1968

County -- Number of apartment buildings in -- -- Number of apartment units in --


Alachua
Baker
Bay
Bradford
Brevard

Broward
Calhoun
Charlotte
Citrus
Clay

Collier
Columbia
Dade
DeSoto
Dixie

Duval
Escambia
Flagler
Franklin
Gadsden

Gilchrist
Glades
Gulf
Hamilton
Hardee


1960

182
1
218
10
116

2,722
1
95
25
53

88
14
8,378
26
1

1,750
129
19
3
10


1964

189
1
158
7
330

3,622
1
161
26
16

133
16
8,380
20
0

1,927
128
22
2
8

0
10
3
2
26


336
1
131
9
511

4,272
0
159
27
27

165
19
8,331
15
0

2,183
142
20
1
7

0
10
2
2
23


1968

373
1
120
8
529

4,500
0
154
24
25

198
25
8,430
16
0

2,322
147
19
0
7

0
.8
2
1
23


1964


1,066
4
906
63
1,168

18,335
4
389
97
406

526
200
76,422
121
3

10,641
633
98
23
45

0
8
20
9
87


1,447
4
754
46
4,972

25,931
4
562
109
106

990
182
91,899
120
0

12,870
914
109
15
34

0
43
16
9
172


1967

3,190
4
828
54
8,889

35,839
0
556
136
397

1,369
202
110,020
113
0

16,192
2,001
100
4
28

0
48
11
9
169


1968

3,558
4
842
50
9,314

40,488
0
565
122
263

1,633
274
112,922
120
0

17,585
2,306
98
0
28

0
39
11
9
157


Source: Florida Hotel and Restaurant Commission, Tallahassee.









Table 21. -- Number of Apartment Buildings and Number of Apartment Units, by County, in Florida, 1960, 1964,
1967, and 1968 -- Continued


County -- Number of apartment buildings in -- -- N-.,ber of apartment units in --


Hendry
Hernando
Highlands
Hillsborough
Holmes

Indian River
Jackson
Jefferson
Lafayette
Lake

Lee
Leon
Levy
Liberty
Madison

Manatee
Marion
Martin
Monroe
Nassau

Okaloosa
Okeechobee
Orange
Osceola
Palm Beach


1960

10
16
90
1 ,223
1

53
8
2
1
145

171
175
15
0
4

166
33
84
238
11

56
6
517
55
2,046


1964

17
18
106
1 ,264
I

75
3
0

159

331
181
11
0
4

252
43
82
361
9

63
11
550
64
2,486


1967

30
13
101
1 ,293
0

91
4
1
0
168

381
201
8
0
4

415
63
80
416
13

93
14
601
73
2,736


1968

29
13
104
1,256
0

100
5
1
0
159

387
213
8
0
4

438
63
80
467
13

102
17
632
68
2,759


1960

70
70
514
7,663
4

414
43
16
4
746

871
932

0
24

1,201
202
:39
1 ,351
51

419
40
4,118
350
10,744


1967


137
99
635
8,971
4


652
22
0
4
853


1,547
1,127
51
0
21

1 ,543
338
631
1,686
45

567
60
5,191
416
14,600


227
78
655
10,408
0


,879
,893
35
0
21


2,149
538
618
2,052
81

991
74
7,389
472
18,745


211
78
663
10,942
0


844
58
10
0
958


2,272
2,510
35
0
21

2,250
538
640
2,439
77

1,143
90
8,56.
465
19,522










Table 21. -- Number of Apartment Buildings and Nunb;>r of Apartment Units, by County, in Florida, 1960, 1964,
167, and 1968 -- Continued


-- Number of apartment buildings in --


-- Number of


apartment units


Pasco
Pinellas
Polk
Putnam
St. Johns

St. Lucie
Santa Rosa
Sarasota
Seminole
Sumter

Suwannee
Taylor
Union
Volusia
Wakulla

Walton
Washington


TOTAL 24,146 26,650 28,725 29,467 171,695 217,035 272,032 288,256


County


1964


in -


1964


55
3,006
470
40
66

123
16
490
43
12

2
4
0
820
2

5
1


1 9C6


56
3,203
591
40
66

133
611
58
10

5
3
0
736
1


1968

60
3,235
591
44
67

134
14
654
59
9

4
3
0
732
1


51
3,119
591
40
68

129
7
522
52
11

2
3
0
753
2

11
0


ilco


353
17,974
2,914
180
338

696
63
3,175
238
53

11
17
0
3,919
8

36
4


350
21,933
4,152
169
362

898
33
3,613
314
51

12
13
0
4,579
8

40
0


407
24,124
4,840
224
403

1,015
243
4,718
521
47

14
13
0
5,152
4

35
18


435
25,303
4,506
265
425

1,007
479
5,158
622
41

13
13
0
5,258
4


- I-I- -- ~I






Table 22. -- Valuation of


New Nonfarm Building Construction, by Type, and Number of
Specific.Counties in Florida, 1968


Housekeeping Units Authorized in


Total
Construction


Privately
Housekeeping


Va 1 ue


owned buildinqsa


Non-


Units housekeeping
.No.


Non-
res i-
dential


Additions
and alter-
ations


Publicly owned buildings
house-
Educa- Other keeping
tional units


Alachua
Brevard
Broward
Charlotte
Clay

Collier
Dade
Duval
Escambia
Hillsborough

Indian River
Lake
Lee
Leon
Manatee

Marion
Martin
Orange
Palm Beach
Pinellas


Sarasota
Seminole
St. Lucie
Volusia
FLORIDA


$1,000

32,609
62,026
484,212
11,859
9,484

40,861
457,058
117,127
30,576
147,300

11,871
13,518
44,022
34,272
36,270

10,317
6,210
113,229
208,640
151,174


67,319
34,532
10,315
37,360
2,326,405


$1,000

20,198
30,423
346,128
8,094
7,982

32,465
276,793
40,044
20,108
51,870

8,531
4,884
29,314
22,299
26,037

3,654
4,913
59,497
142,823
98,728


46,595
25,018
5,684
18,878
1,386,103


$1.000 $1,000


1,906
2,064
23,505
634
908

2,287
22,775
5,200
1,379
4,960

617
428
2,601
1,991
1,857

306
319
5,248
9,068
8,568

3,170
2,217
552
1,574
108,991


130
1,175
5,191
550
16

30
6,803
3,710
4
696

0
2
2,065
2,763
13

930
0
1,689
2,020
2,375

1,617
0
0
977


2,726
16,494
57,875
536
714

4,330
73,213
31,724
6,818
29,663

1,584
2,874
7,449
4,741
4,820

3,188
625
28,247
32,348
23,823

10,718
4,759
1,940
6,956


$1,000

1,686
3,805
43,811
1,375
131

1,354
54,485
12,061
1,812
15,406

1,215
2,795
4,677
2,092
4,248

907
475
9,091
15,317
12,750

4,128
1,597
1,392
5,159


35,221 403,921 224,422


$1,000

3,795
3,387
23,880
236
641

1,696
13,355
2,355
432
4,273

517
547
346
1,872
460

1,003
156
13,348
6,896
2,875

200
2,853
880
4,430
109,794


$1 .000

4,074
6,742
7,327
1,068
0

986
32,409
27,233
1,402
45,392

24
2,416
171
505
692

635
41
1,357
9,236
10,623

4,061
305
419
960
166,944


No.


'Value of all nonferm building construction and number of housekeeping units reported by building-permit issuing
offices in Florida, adjusted for nonreporting and undercoverage.
Source: Bureau of Economic and Business Research, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.








Tabl4 23. -- Number of Housing Units in April, 1960,
Authorized by Building Permits, by District


and Estimated Number of New Nonfarm Housekeeping Units
and Specified Counties, in Florida from 1962 to 1968


Total Housekeeping Units Authorized b Total
District & County Units Building-Permit Issuing Offices Units
April, 1960 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1968


No.


No.


No. No.


No.


No.


No.


No.


1. Pensacola-West Florida
Escambia County

2. Tallahassee-North Florida
Leon County

3. Jacksonville Metropolitan
Aree coextensivee with
Duval County)

4. Gainesville-Ocala-St.
Augustine
Alachua County
Clay County
Marion County

5. Daytona Beach-Leesburg-
Brooksville
Lake County
Seminole County
Volusia County

6. Orlando Metropolitan Area
coextensivee with
Orange County)


130,285
52,256

71,694
21,103


3,088 3,126 4,298 4,151
NA 1,382 1,468 1,842


3,143
1,441


1,720 1,399 1,987 2,039 1,511
851 838 1,363 1,549 999


3,801 3,718 155,610
1,666 1,379 61,434

2,467 2,324 88,970
1,882 1,991 32,297


141,252 5,283 3,631 4,369 3,255 3,260 3,009 5,470 181,986


78,546
21,933
7,164
17,960


121,924
21,757
18,212
52,351


1,851
829
177
537


4,047
666
680
2,022


2,374
1,263
287
562


4,412
467
622
2,675


2,766
1,372
459
592


4,330
455
622
2,688


2,833
1,549
480
582


3,763
341
742
1,985


2,585
1,184
600
410


3,852
377
579
2,358


2,004
1,019
535
271


3,379
309
898
1,701


3,638
2,257
908
306


4,919
428
2,217
1,574


100,663
33,147
11,140
22,307


159,419
26,576
27,008
70,250


88,420 2,874 2,795 3,126 3,547 2,958 3,434 5,248 120,334








Table 23. -- Number of Housing Units in April, 1960, and Estimated Number of New Nonfarm Housekeeping Units
Authorized by Building Permits, by District and Specified Counties, in Florida from 1962 to 1968 -- Continued

Total Housekeeping Units Authorized by Total
District & County Units a Building-Permit Issuing Offices b Units
April, 1960 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1968


No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No.

7. Tampa-St. Petersburg Metro-
politan Area 301,229 9,673 9,260 9,246 8,379 7,738 10,908 13,958 395,964
Hillsborough County 135,406 3,644 4,121 4,395 4,203 3,612 4,678 4,960 175,472
Pinellas County 165,823 6,009 5,139 4,851 4,126 4,123 6,230 8,998 395,964

8. Lakeland-East Central Fla. 118,577 6,479 9,689 8,694 5,271 5,226 4,634 3,639 173,233
Brevard County 36,852 4,660 7,953 6,953 4,003 3,817 3,436 2,064 75,731
Indian River County 9,703 506 424 348 323 400 394 617 14,016

9. Sarasota-Bradenton-Sebring 83,176 3,436 3,062 2,746 2,421 2,692 3,208 5,438 114,441
Manatee County 30,309 1,051 895 605 639 722 888 1,857 39,600
Sarasota County 34,806 2,057 1,873 1,673 1,637 1,677 2,117 3,270 52,191

10. West Palm Beach-Ft. Lauder-
dale 239,417 14,628 16,036 17,601 18,081 16,560 18,664 34,462 404,917
Broward County 128,559 8,826 10,055 11,584 12,160 11,590 13,190 24,005 238,168
Martin County 7,473 446 423 301 270 336 335 319 10,521
Palm Beach County 89,396 4,856 5,022 5,130 5,173 4,254 4,741 9,586 137,283
St. Lucie County 13,989 500 536 586 478 380 398 552 18,945

11. Ft. Myers-Key West 53,495 3,407 3,601 3,576 3,742 3,612 3,942 5,701 87,895
Charlotte County 6,188 NA 534 375 291 304 399 634 8,725
Collier County 5,950 587 913 878 1,275 962 1,402 2,287 15,155
Lee County 21,032 1,786 1,923 1,940 1,934 1,823 1,966 2,601 39,050










Table 23. -- Number of Housing Units in April, 1960, and Estimated Number of New Nonfarm Housekeeping Units
Authorized by Building Permits, by District and Specified Counties, in Florida from 1962 to 1968 -- Continued

Total Housekeeping Units Authorized by Total
District & County Units Building-Permit Issuing Offices b Units
April, 1960a 1962 1963 1963 1965 1966 1967 1968 1968


No.


No.


No. No. No. No.


No.


No.


No.


12. Miami Metropolitan Area
coextensivee with
Dade County)


348,946 10,116 9,902 13,119 16,785 14,334


15,014 23,071 473,682


FLORIDA


1,776,961


66,582


69,287 75,858 74,267 67,471 74,464 111,586 2,462,923


NA Not available.

aTotal includes 65,087 trailers occupied at the time of the 1960 Census.


Data for 1960 and 1961 not shown because of lack of space.


Source: The inventory of housing units in 1960 is from the U. S. Census of Housing, 1960; the number of
units authorized from 1960 through 1968 is the number of housekeeping units for which building permits were
issued, by 300 permit-issuing offices,adjusted for nonreporting and undercoverage by the Bureau of Economic and
Business Research. Since an average lag of 3 months exists between the time a permit is issued and the unit is
ready for occupancy, the permit data give a rough estimate of the housekeeping units added from the time of
the latest Census up to April, 1969. An estimate made on this basis, however, does not take into account
demolitions, lapses of permits, conversions, or an extended lag period in the construction of a large apartment
house. Because of incomplete reporting in earlier years, data for District 1 and Volusia and Brevard Counties
may be understated.





Table 24. -- Characteristicsa of Housing Units in Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas in Florida, 1960


Item Unit Ft. Lauderdale- Jackson- Miamid Orlandoe Pensacola St. Petersburgg
Hollywood ville

All Housing Units: No. 128,559 141,252 348,094 106,613 60,929 165,823

Tenure & Vacancy Status
Occupied No. 104,775 129,503 308,325 95,752 54,942 141,825
Owner Occupied No. 77,646 85,711 183,032 66,620 38,693 108,059
Percent of all occupied Percent 74.1 66.2 59.4 69.6 70.4 76.2
Renter Occupied No. 27,129 43,792 125,293 29,132 16,249 33,766

Units in Structure:
1 No. 99,891 115,492 225,441 89,117 53,331 131,034
2 No. 8,494 8,106 19,130 6,047 2,401 7,470
3 & 4 No. 6,844 7,561 18,933 3,004 1,299 6,492
5 or more No. 9,715 7,606 78,614 4,505 1,883 12,360
Trailer:
On Permanent Foundation No. 313 255 321 630 283 549
Mobile No. 3,269 2,232 6,465 3,310 1,732 7,818

Year Structure Built:
1959 to March 1960 No. 18,919 10,059 24,949 14,670 5,124 17,848
1955 to 1958 No. 48,612 22,805 73,047 25,284 11,232 45,371
1950 to 1954 No. 31,764 24,420 86,738 21,048 10,356 35,987
1940 to 1949 No. 17,760 80,414 77,017 17,846 15,177 24,456
1930 to 1939 No. 5,859 18,198 38,029 9,714 7,958 15,325
1929 or earlier No. 5,645 35,356 50,041 18,051 11,082 26,836

aThere are a few very minor discrepancies in the totals due to the sampling procedure followed in the Census
enumeration and tabulation.
includes Broward County.
cIncludes Duval County.
includes Dade County.
elncludes Orange County.
Includes Escambia & Santa Rosa Counties.
gIncludes Pinellas County. (Data for each of the two major components of the Tampa-St. Petersburg SMSA are
presented separately here.)






Table 24. -- Characteristicsa of Housing Units in Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas in Florida, 1960 -- Continued


Item Unit Tampa West Palm Total Total Total
Beach Inside SMSA's In other State of
Counties Florida


All Housing Units:


Tenure & Vacancy Status:
Occupied
Owner Occupied
Percent of all occupied
Renter Occupied


No.
No.
Percent
No.


Units in Structure:


3 & 4
5 or more
Trailer:
On Permanent Foundation
Mobile

Year Structure Built:


1959
1955
1950
1940
1930
1929


March 1960
1958
1954
1949
1939
earlier


135,406


123,158
87,467
71.0
35,691


110,499
5,243
5,179
8,827

490
5,168


11,576
24,394
23,467
24,970
14,309
36,690


89,396


76,178
47,929
62.9
28,249


67,038
6,756
4,223
8,718

554
2,107


8,433
20,708
17,464
17,856
11,162
13,773


1,176,943


1,038,285
698,150
67.2
340,135


891,843
63,647
53,668
132,228


3,395
32,101


110,678
271,453
251,244
225,496
120,554
197,474


600,018


512,129
349,067
68.2
163,062


504,533
24,963
17,048
23,928

4,500
25,091


51,806
132,543
106,274
115,304
66,545
127,575


1,776,961


1,550,414
1,047,217
67.5
503,197


1,396,376
88,610
70,716
156,156

7,895
57,192


162,484
403,996
357,518
340,800
187,099
325,049


(Data for each of the two major components of the Tampa-St. Petersburg SMSA are


Source: U. S. Bureau of the Census. Census of Housing, 1960. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1963.


hncludes Hillsborough County.
presented separately here.)
'Includes Palm Beach County.




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