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Title: Statistical bulletin
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 29-37 cm
Language: English
Creator: Florida Citrus Exchange
Florida Citrus Exchange -- Statistical Dept
Publisher: The Exchange
Place of Publication: <Tampa Fla.>
Creation Date: 1930
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Statement of Responsibility: Florida Citrus Exchange.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -1940/41.
Issuing Body: Issued by Statistical Dept., 1936/37-1940/41.
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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE

STATISTICAL BTIU.zTIIr

SEASON 1930-1931



















































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FOREWORD




We have compiled and herewith submit

statistical reports covering classi-

fied shipments of citrus fruits from

the state as a whole and by the Florida

Citrus Exchange, during the season of

1930-31, together with other informa-

tion concerning the Exchange and the

citrus industry-




FLORIDA CITRUS EXCIIANGE




Secretary

















12I008











OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND HEADS
OF DEPARTMENTS FLORIDA CITRUS
E::CHARGE SEASON 1931-32


JobA A. Snively
E, L, Wirt
John S. Ta.rlor
J. G. Grossenbacher
R. J. Kepler, Jr.
J. 0. Carr
C, C. Commander
F. W. Davis
J. Reed Curry
John Moscrip
E. D. Dowi
0. M. Felix
W. T. Covode
Win. Hunter


President
Chairman of the Board
First Vice President
Second Vice President
Third Vice President
Fourth Vice President
General U i-kner
General Sales Manager
Mgr. Organization Dept.
Advertising Manager
Traffic Manager
Secretary
Cashier
Attorney


Winter Haven
Babson Park
Large
Plymouth
DeLand
Ft. Ogden
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa
Tampa


SUB-EXCHANGE


Chase
Dade
DeSQto
Florence
Lake
Hillsboro
Indian River
International
Lake Apopka
Lake Region
Manatee
Marion
Orange
Pinellas
Polk
Ridge
Scenic
Seminole
St. Johns River
Winter Haven
Special
Special
Special
Special
Associate


J. C. Chase
W. 0. Talbott
J. 0. Carr
John A. Snively
R. P. Burton
B. E. Stall
Homer Needles
D. C. Gillett
J. G. Grossenbacher
John Morley
R. K, Thompson
Walter R. Lee
C. A. Garrett
John S. Taylor
Geo. Speese
J. D. Clark
C, H. Walker
A. W. Hurley
R. J. Kepler, Jr.
H. E. Cornell
F. S. Ruth
D, A. Hunt
E. L. Wirt
L. B. Skinner
Clinton Bolick


R.F.D.#l,





Box #836,


Box # 79,


Sanford
Goulds
Ft. Ogden
Winter Haven
Leesburg
Tampa
Ft. Pierce
Tampa
Plymouth
Lake Alfred
Sarasota
Ocala
Kissimmee
Largo
Lakeland
Waverly
Bartow
Winter Garden
DeLand
Winter Haven
Lake Wales
Lake Wales
Babson Park
Dunedin
Ft. Myers


DIRECTOR


ADDRESS







FLORIDA CITRTTS EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS
AS I:-C''.:..,) BY SHIPPING :IE.TSTER
CASI:REP DEPA~IT'IENT
SEAS'ON .1930-51

FITTAL


SUB-EX. ORANGES GPFFT'T TA.


CANNERY BULK


TOTALS PRCT.


C1ARLOTTE

CHASE

DADE

DESOTO

HILLSBORO

1 :'-!; R.

I`TIERNAT'

LAKE

LEE

i'U-iTEE

MVARION

ORAuNGE

PINELLAS

POLK

ST., JOHNS

.0:c .L3

SEASONN
1929-30

[INCREASE


53,715

255,136

0

79,238

95,359

262,866

L 248,243

212,374

46,980

79,407

40,984

948,679

168,937

1,673,086

184,181

4,349,185

2,809,507

1,539,678


4,164 15,558


105,529

12,902

13,278

37,141

331,534

214,065

95,936

45,819

102,591

1,151

268,005

405,886

1,652,726

8,850

3,299,597

2,147,763

1,151,834


53,269

66

18,991

7,978

40,188

17,418

82,128

1,761

2,620

4,495

95,767

27,487

233,675

54,056

655,457

286,215

369,242


MISC,

79

S273

0

5

372

3,894

732

3,408

0

36

0

11,651

48

8,590

65

32,153

22,764

9,389


30,899

19,162

360

36,017

2,790

8,018

17,722

2,030

16,354

44,138

0

15,451

39,490

345,194

18,939

596,564

282,856

313,708


69,499

177,153

0

35,075

62,281

12,683

23,083

101,095

11,830

27,944

0

179,665

135,449

498,080

8,090

1,341,927

0

1,341,927


* No bulk shipments 1929-30 account Federal Quarantine Restrictions.




SUMMER Y


SEASON

1930-31

* 1929-30

INCREASE


PACKED

8,336,392

5,266,249

3,070,143


BULK

1,341,927

0

1,341,927


CANNERY

596,564

282,856

313,708


TOTALS

10,274,883

5,549,105

4,725,778


173,934 1.7%

613,522 6.0

13,328 0.1

182,604 1.8

205,921 2.0

659,183 6.4

521,263 5.1

496,971 4.8

122,744 1.2

256,736 2.5

46,630 0.5

1,519,218 14.8

777,297 7.5

4,411,351 42.9

274,181 2.7

10,274,883 100%

5,549,105

4,725,778










FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
COMPARAZTIE STATE]JYNT OF SHIPMENTS
BY SUB-.EXCEALYjC-ES FOR SEASONS 1930-31 & 1929-30


SUB-EXCHDANGE

Charlotte

Chase

Dade

DeSoto

Hillsboro

Indian River

International

Lake

Lee,

Manatee

Marion

Orange

Pinellas

Polk

St. Johns

Totals


1930-51.

173,934

613,522

13,328

182,604

205,921

659,183

521,263

496,971

122,744

256,736

46,630

1,519,218

777,297

4,411,351

274,181

10,274,883


1929-30

80,034

300,929

14,375

110,361

85,762

278,096

309,994

335,954

101,592

169,779

17,514

736,252

363,727

2,476,272

168,464

5,549,105

NET GAIN 4,725,778 BOXES


COMPARATIVE STATEMENT BY VARIETIES


VARIETY

Oranges

Grapefruit

Tangerines

Temples & Misc.

Totals


1930-31

5,191,110

4,308,100

719,315

56,358

10,274,883


LOSS


GAIN

93,900

312,593


1,047


72,243

120,159

381,087

211,269

161,017

21,152

86,957

29,116

782,966

413,570

1,935,079

105,717

4,726,825


1,047


1929-30

2,809,507

2,430,619

286,215

22,764

5,549,105


GAIN

2,381,603

1,877,481

433,100

33,594

4,725,778


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EXCHANGE SHIPMENTS IN CARLOTS
BY MONTHS SEASON 1930-31


MONTH

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

Total Season


ORANGES

1-

590

1340

1296

1670

1691

1855

1592

2075

551

18

12679


GRAPEFRUIT

260

623

920

893

1372

1448

1526

1799

1284

385

37

10547


TANGERINES

0

0

515

422

417

304

88

0

0

0

0

1546


FLORIDA STATE SHIPMENTS IN CARROTS
BY MONTHS SEASON 1930-31


MONTH

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

Total Season


ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT

8 1038

1783 1916

3507 2154

4151 2225

4377 3239

4739 3544

4480 4167

3456 4058

3347 2820

939 757

18 41

30805 25959


TANGERINES

O

0

727

795

841

552

137

3

0

0

0

3055


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MIXED

0

142

386

466

525

549

334

256

245

49

2

2954


TOTALS

261

1355

2961

3077

3984

3992

3803

3647

3604

985

57

27726


MIXED

5

558

1694

3289

2821

2578

1735

1075

658

246

2

14661


TOTALS

1051

4257

8082

10460

11278

11413

10519

8592

6825

1942

61

74480












AVERAGES AT 7.:"P/. OFFICE
SEASONS 1909-10 TO 1930-'31


SEASONS

1909-10

1910-11

1911-12

1912-13

1913-14

1914-15

1915-16

1916-17

1917-18

1918-19

1919-20

1920-21

1921-22

1922-23

1923-24

1924-25

1925-26

1926-27

1927-28

1928-29

1929-30

1930-31


ORANGES

$1.15

1651

1.93

1.97

1.69

1.47

1.99

1,94

3.92

3.69

4.20

2.57

3.77

2.96

1.86

3.51

3.58

2.78

4.39

1.99

3.22

2.35


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GRLAFEErIT
GRP Z-ET-c. T

$2.38

1.95

3.58

2.01

2.09

1.32

1.89

2.07

2.72

3.18

2.84

2.46

2.41

2.10

1.51

1.94

2.92

2.25

3.22

2.07

2.98

1.56


T;l'GE R I 1ES

$1.81

2.60

1.93

1.92

2.51

1.66

2.07

2.82

4.39

4.79

5.49

4.96

5.57

4.39

4.31

4.43

4.83

3.50.

5.28

2.91

3.38

1.98


TOTAL

$1.34

1.65

2.21

1.96

1.83

1.42

1.96

2.01

3.46

3.52

3.37

2.65

3.17

2.62

1.82

2.74

3.36

2.58

3.90

2.09

3.13

2.01











FLORIDA CITRUS E::CHi;.!7 STATEMENT OF DECAY
SHOWING PERCENTAGE DrCAYIT77 D 1 BY V1'IETIES
FOR SEASON 1930-31


SUB-EXCEANGE'

Charlotte

Chase

Dade

DeSoto

Hillsboro

Indian River

International

Lake

Lee

Manatee

Mari on

Orange

Pinellas

Polk

St. Johns

Total


ORANGES

0.375%

0.38

0

0,50

0,35

0,14

0.27

0.18

0.67

0.82

0.20

0.13

0.42

0.19

0.12

0.23%


GRAPEFRUIT

0.68%

0.63

0.05

1.56

0.38

0.36

0.44

0.19

1.34

0.48

0.96

0.46

0.22

0.47

1.08

0.45%


TANGERINES

3.46%

0.19

0



0.11

0.53

0.89

0.09

0.62

0.61

0.38

0,48

0.43

0.45

0.25

0.48%


TOTALS

0.77%

0.45

0.05

0.72

0.35

0.38

0.41

0.17

0.97

0.63

0.23

0.23

0.30

0.34

0.20

0.34%













FLORIDA CITRUS EXCIHNGE SHIPMENTS
BY E. .:: .... OF P .LD,
BULK AND CAN\ERY FRUIT

(BOXES) SEASON 1930-31


SUB-EXCHANGE

Charlotte

Chase

Dade

DeSoto

Hillsboro

Indian River

International

Lake

Lee

Manatee

Marion

Orange

Pinellas

Polk

St. Johns

Totals


PACKED

73,536

417,207

12,968

111,512

140,850

638,482

480,458

393,846.

94,560

184,654

46,630

1,324,102

602,358

3,568,077

247,152

8,336,392


BULK

69,499

177,153

0

35,075

62,281

12,683

23,083

101,095

11,830

27,944

0

179,665

135,449

498,080

8,090

1,341,927


CANNERY

30,899

19,162

360

36*017

2,790

8,018

17,722

2,030

16,354

44,138

0

15,451

39,490

345,194

18,939

596,564


TOTALS

173,934

613,522

13,328

182,604

205,921

659,183

521,263

496,971

122,744

256,736

46,630

1,519,218

777,297

4,411,351

274,181

10,274,883


CARLOT SUMMARY BY VARIETIES


VARIETY

Oranges
Percent

Grapefruit
Percent

Tangerines
Percent

Temples
Percent

Total
Percent


PACKED

11,736
83.8

8,903
76.6

1,773
91.2

87
57.2

22,496
81.1


BULK

1788
12.8

1597
13.7

171
8.8

65
42.8

3,621
13.1


CANNERY

484
3.4.

1125
9.7

0


0


1,609
5.8


TOTALS

14008
100

11625
100

1941
100

152
100

27,726
100










FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE
CARLOT SHIPMENTS BY WEEKS
SEASON 1930-31

EEK: EITDtIG ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT TANGERINES MIXED TOTALS

Septi 13th 0 51 0 0 51
20th 0 62 0 0 62
S27th 0 113 0 0 113
Oct' 4th 1 88 0 0 89
llth 11 180 0 8 194
18th 96 163 0 50 309
25th 230 89 0 38 357
Nov 1st 329 170 0 66 565
8th 370 302 3 85 760
15th 355 232 41 103 731
22nd 254 170 205 118 747
29th 285 183 66 65 599
Deco 6th 370 301 123 130 924
13th 435 244 117 171 967
20th 234 101 68 104 507
27th 139 101 44 23 307
Jant 3rd 321 288 153 101 863
10th 261 273 129 121 784
17th 340 278 93 113 824
24th 392 292 40 89 813
31st 474 387 72 139 1072
Peb* 7th 464 303 113 149 1029
14th 454 338 89 156 1037
21st 386 427 62 130 1005
28th 387 380 40 114 921
Mar. 7th 408 333 36 88 865
14th 500 335 25 79 939
21st 403 356 16 84 859
28th 441 402 10 64 917
April 4th 311 395 1 59 766
llth 301 505 0 56, 862
18th 346 335 0 56 737
25th 403 400 0 64 867
May 2nd 592 410 0 67 1069
9th 545 439 0 82 1066
16th 391 318 0 63 772
23rd 500 172 0 43 715
30th 381 209 0 30 620
June 6th 207 189 0 19 415
13th 180 102 0 8 290
20th 105 38 0 10 153
27th 56 44 0 10 110
July 4th 13 15 0 2 30
11th 8 12 0 1 21
18th 0 9 0 0 9
Bal. 0 13 0 1 14
TOTAL SEASON 12679 10547 1546 ,2954 27726


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FLORIDA STATE SHIPMENTS
CAPLOT S BY WEEKSS
SEASON 1930-31


',EEK ENDING

Sept. 13th
20th
27th
Oct. 4th
11th
18th
25th
Nov. 1st
8th
15th
22nd
29th
Dec. 6th
13th
20th
27th
Jan. 3rd
10th-
17th
24th
31st
Feb. 7th
14th
21st
28th
iar. 7th
14th
21st
28th
April 4th
llth
18th
25th
May 2nd
9th
16th
23rd
30th
June 6th
13th
20th
27th
July 4th
llth
18th
TOTAL SEASON


S GRAPEFPUIT T ET MIXED TOTALS

0 190 0 0 190
3 317 0 0 320
5 354 0 I 360
3 305 0 8 316
42 532 0 28 602
297 450 0 157 904
749 306 0 173 1228
860 562 0 241 1663
962 662 2 335 1961
939 481 86 400 1906
823 409 406 540 2178
604 477 218 372 1671
1091 713 239 775 2818
1343 550 201 990 3084
747 279 141 898 2065
442 306 90 324 1162
1056 708 306 630 2700
750 624 237 537 2148
801 585 176 559 2121
997 805 84 632 2518
1312 904 177 767 3160
1206 855 183 782 3026
1082 853 154 730 2819
1236 970 96 629 2931
1215 866 84 437 2602
976 878 74 448 2376
1014 1153 47 420 2634
1114 994 32 352 2492
1100 893 17 356 2366
701 1010 5 347 2063
683 1036 0 252 1971
773 732 0 251 1756
837 949 0 237 2023
857 949 248 2286
1157 881 0 248 2286
938 991 0 223 2153
648 756 0 186 1590
736 358 0 119 1213
598 449 0 97 1144
377 378 0 71 826
294 180 0 69 543
294 180 322 57
208 107 0 22 337
66 43 0 16 125
13 20 0 0 33
6 23 0 2 31
1 12 0 0 13
30805 25959 3055 14661 74480


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CITRUS SHIPMENTS
FROM FLORIDA BY COUNTIES
SEASON 1930-.19S.
-AS REPORTED BY STATE IL''.:.; TInG BUREAU


COUNTY

Alaohua

Brevard

Citrus

Dade

DeSoto

Escambia

Flagler

Hardee'

Hernando

Highlands

Hillsborough

Indian River

Jackson

Lake

Lee

Marion

Manatee

Okeechobee

Orange

Osceola

Palm Beach

Pasco

Pinollas

Polk

Putnam

Sarasota

Seminole

Sumter

St. Johns

St. Lucie

Union

Volusia

Boat Shipments

Pick-..p-cars


ORANGES

84

1,215

4

6

11214

1

34

1,179

114

1,003

1,444

103

7


2,546

389

1,096

548

7

5,193

262

3

452

1,027

8,634

434

83

1,008

69

36

332


1

1,284

990



30,811


GRAPEFRUIT

11

691



218

472



2

190

99

1,219

675

875


1,346

672

226

1,507

7

1,773

216

3

470

2,996

10,373

49

56

282

19

2

788


168

653


26,058


TAi' F PRICES

11

14





130



4

83

105

97

63

5


164

2

52

7



526

48



38

62

965

120



146



3

65


342

44


3,096


111)


MIXED

33

518

21

1

805



12

512

79

378

1,060

401


140

148

241

8

1,921

55

1

281

705

3,516

224

12

427'

35



387


478



1,043

14,680


TOTAL

139

2,438

25

225

2,621

1

52

1,964

397

2,697

3,242

1,384

7

5,294

1,203

1,522

2,303

22

9,413

581

7

1,241

4,790

23,488

827

151

1,863

123

41

1,57?


1

2,272

1,696

17,045
74.645












VALUE OF FLORIDA'S CITRUS CROP
TO THE STATE


SEASONS

1S09410

1910-11

1911-12



1912-13
1913&14

1914-15

1915-16

1916-17

1917-18

1918-19

1919-20

1920-21

1921-22

1922-23

1923-24

1924-25

1925-26

1926-27

1927-28

1928-29

1929-0

1930-31


BOXES

6,100,000

4,600,000

4,750,000

8,125,000

7,956,000

9,700,000

8,370,000

7,649,000

5,581,000

8,407,680

12,495,925

12,109,320

11,888,280

16,886,701

20,399,614

17,781,120

14,692,320

16,588,800

13,635,360

26,266,965

15,884,600


-z 7 2 Z9. Al


(12)


AMOUNT

$-9,699,000,00

8,740,000.00

11,685,000.00

17,958,000.00

16,550,406,00

16,199,000.00

18,497,700.00

17,286,000.00

20,706,656.39

31,696,953.60

45,235,248.50

35,117,028.00

40,657,917.60

48,464,831.87

42,337,200.98

53,165,548.40

52,822,352.00

46,945,704.00

51,424,100.00

56,131,267.75

52,757,313.00

50,569,545.00









TOTAL CITRUS CROP MOVEMENT
AS REPORTED BY RAILROADS
IN BOXES


SEASON

1886-87
1887- 88
1888-89

1890-91
1891-92
1892-93
1893-94
1894-95
1805-96
1895-97
1897-98
1898-.99
1899-.00
1900-01
1901-02
1902-03
1903-04
1904-05
1905-06
1900-07
1907-08
1908.-09
1909-10
1910-11
1911-12
1912-13
1913-14
1914-15
1915-16
1916-17
1917--18
1918-19
1919-20
1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31


* Through September


FLORIDA

1,260,000
1,4,50,000
1950,000
2,150,0000
2;450r000
2,713,180
3,450,000
5,055,367
2,808,187
147 ,000
218!379
358,966
.2521000
274,000
352;600
974,033
1,147,491
1,954,954
2;961,192
3,794,133
3,801,101
3,250,000
4,634,000
6,100,000
4,600,000
4,750,000
8,125,000
7,946,926
9,700,000
8,370,000
7,649,049
5,581,309
8,407,680
12,495,925
12,109,320
11,888-280
16,886,701
20,399,614
17,781,120
14,692,320
16,588,800
13,635,360
26,266,965
15,884,600
** 3,0 eo-V
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19, 1931 & (Season starts Nov. 1st)


** Reported by Florida State Marketing Bureau.


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CALIFORNIA

840,560
957,600
1,067,040
1,333,800
1,541,280
1,691,760
2,255,680
2,230,980
1,908,360
2,878,500
2,793,000
5,758,140
3,933,380
6,767,420
9,156,860
7,747,060
8,921,220
11,114,656
11,559,542
10,155,542
11,388,029
12,327,944
15,460,912
12;815,272
17,960,544
15,827,162
7,212,996
19,160,724
18,458,880
18,203,114
23,192;722
10,355,733
22,092,184
20,408,582
26,838,776
16,981,129
23;409,887
24,29.2,800
21,411,660
29,401,680
31:350,000
271014,448
36,084,100
27,270,034
* 34,848,154













.CANNED GRAPEFRUIT PACKED
Cases based on 24/2s.



FLORIDA


PORTO RICO


129,000
128,000
212,000
308,000
358,000
94,000
420,000


(Hurricane)


20,000
No report
11,000


FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT JUICE PACKED


205,000
173,934
404,193


FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE PACKED


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SEASON

1920-21
1921-22
1922-23
1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31


CASES

2,000
3,000
150,000
200,000
350,000
400,000
700,000
600,000
957,000
1,327,508
2,775,077


1923-24
1924-25
1925-26
1926-27
19U7-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31


TEXAS


1927-28
1928-29
1929-30
1930-31


1928-29
1929-30
1930-31


1929-30
1930-31


41,084
79,492








CITRUS PLANTINGS IN FLORIDA
REPORTED BY STATE PLANT BOARD

ACREAGE BASED ON 70 TREES PER ACRE

1911


VARIETY


Oranges
Grapefruit
TOTALS


BEARING

42,575
12,285

54,860


NON-BEARING

19;285
9,570

28,855


1926


VARIETY
FRUIT


Oranges
Grapefruit
Tangerines
Satsumas
Limes
Lemons
Kumquats


BEARING


ACRES

154,957
74,138
16,421
3,364
2,726
757
279


TREES

10,846,932
5,189,679
1,149,490
235,503
190,849
52,992
19,555


NON-BEARING
ACRES TREES


40,193
5;750
7,537
4,191
34
4,283
38


2,813,529
402,508
527;552
293,320
2,299
299,868
2,638


TOTAL


ACRES

195,150
79,888
23,958
7,555
2,760
5,040
317


TREES

13,660,461
5,592,187
1,677,042
528,823
193,148
352,860
22,193


252,642 17,685,000


62,026 4,341,714


514,668 22,026,714


1931


VARIETY

Oranges
Grapefruit
TOTALS


BEARING

200,000
80,000
280,000


NON-BEARING

38,095
5,600
43,695


CALIFORNIA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
CALIFORNIA CROP REPORTING SERVICE

1911


VARIETY

Oranges
Lemons
TOTALS


.BEARING

.102,386
28,879
131,265



S.BEARING

.191,327
43,345
8,993
243,665


VARIETY


Oranges
Lemons
Grapefruit
TOTALS


NON-BEARING

15,704
3,148
18,852


1930


NON-BEARING


24,490
2,954
5,183
32,627


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TOTAL'

61,860
21 855
83,715


TOTALS


TOTAL


238,095
85,600
323,695


TOTAL


118,090
32,027
150,117


TOTAL


215.,817
46,299
14,176
276,292


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TEXAS CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
J. M. DELCURTO, CHIEF
ENTOMOLOGICAL DIVISION,AUSTINTEXAS
MAY 9,1930

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Oranges 5,611 16,774 22,385
Grapefruit 12,500 50,845 63,345
TOTALS 18,111 67,619 85,730



ARIZONA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
T. S. BISHOP CHAIRMAN, ARIZONA
COMMISSION AGRICULTURE, PHOENIX,ARIZ.
MAY 10,1930

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Oranges 2,592 5;838 8,430
Grapefruit 2,723 9,395 12,118
TOTALS 5,315 15,233 20,548



ALABAMA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
J, W. PACE CHIEF CITRUS INSPECTOR
MOBILE ALABAMA
APRIL 10, 1928

(REPORT OF MAY 10, 1930, STATES ACREAGE GREATLY
REDUCED ACCOUNT COLD DAMAGE BUT NO ACCURATE IN-
FORMATION AVAILABLE)


VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Satsuma Oranges 4,030 7,120 11,150


ISLE OF PINES CITRUS ACREAGE

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Grapefruit 1,000 200 1,200


PORTO RICO CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED JANUARY 1930

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Grapefruit 5,000 750 5,75t
Oranges 1,309 200 1,500
Totals 6,300 950 7,25e


SUMMARY GRAPEFRUIT AVERAGE

STATE BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Florida 80,000 5,604 85,604
Texas 12 500 50,845 63,345
California 8,995 5,183 14,176
Isle of Pines 1,009 20 1,200
Porto Rico 5,000 750 5,750
Arizona 2,723 9,395 12,118
TOTALS 110,216 71,973 182,189


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TEXAS CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
J. M. DELCURTO, CHIEF
ENTOMOLOGICAL DIVISION,AUSTIN,TEXAS
MAY 9,1930

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Oranges 5,611 16,774 22,385
Grapefruit 12,500 50,845 63,345
Totals 18,111 67,619 85,730



ARIZONA CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
T. S. BISHOP CHAIRMAN, ARIZONA
COMMISSION AGRICULTURE, PHOENIX,ARIZ.
MAY 10,1930

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Oranges 2,592 5,838 8,430
Grapefruit 2,723 9,395 12,118
Totals 5,315 15,233 20,548



ALABAMA. CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED BY
J. PF. PACE CHIEF CITRUS INSPECTOR
MOBILE AJIABABIA
APRIL 10, 1928

(REPORT OF MAY 10, 1930, STATES ACREAGE GREATLY
REDUCED ACCOUNT COLD DAMAGE BUT NO ACCURATE IN-
FOMA,.: j 1,1l! AVAILABLE)

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Satsuma Oranges 4,030 7,120 11,150



ISLE OF PINES CITRUS ACREAGE

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Grapefruit 1,000 200 1,200


PORTO RICO CITRUS ACREAGE
REPORTED JANUARY 1930

VARIETY BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Grapefruit 5,000 750 5,750
Oranges 1,300 200 1,500
Totals 6,300 950 7,250



SUMMARY GRAPEFRUIT ACREAGE


STATE BEARING NON-BEARING TOTAL

Florida 93,602 9,821 103,423
Texas 12,500 50,845 63,345
California 8,993 5,183 14,176
Isle of Pines 1,000 200 -1,200
Forto Rico 5,000 750 5,750
Arizona 2,723 9,395 _12,118
:123,818 76,194 200 C12


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